Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Research Articles by Category

Common Antioxidant Slows Skin Aging in Humans

New work from the University of Maryland suggests that a common, inexpensive and safe chemical can slow the aging of human skin. The researchers...

New Study Uncovers Genes Responsible for Male Pattern Baldness

A genomic study of baldness identified more than 200 genetic regions involved in this common but potentially embarrassing condition. These genetic variants could be...

How Eating Less Slows the Aging Process

There's a multi-billion-dollar industry devoted to products that fight signs of aging, but moisturizers only go skin deep. Aging occurs deeper — at a cellular...

Loss of Cognitive Powers in Elderly Linked to Declining GABA Levels...

Diminishing levels of GABA, the primary inhibitory neurotransmitter in the brain, may play a role in cognitive decline as we age, according to a...

New Study Uncovers Unexpected Antiaging Benefits of Vitamin D

It it appears that vitamin D has much wider effects than previously recognized, according to researchers at the Buck Institute in northern California. Working...

Hip Fractures: Most of the Elderly Unlikely to Fully Recover

Fifty percent of older adults who experience a broken hip will never be as physically active and independent as they were before their fracture. And the odds for...

Menopause and Sleepless Nights Make Women Age Faster

Two new studies reveal that menopause and the insomnia is often causes can make women age faster. The dual findings, published in the July 25 issues of the Proceedings...

Methylene Blue Boosts Brain’s Short Term Memory in Humans

Methylene blue has been shown to increase short-term memory and memory retrieval in humans in a new study. A single oral dose of methylene blue increased...

Health of Older Women Enhanced by Eating Two Servings of Walnuts...

A new study reveals that eating just 1 to 2 servings of walnuts per week (1/4 cup per serving) could lower incidence of physical...

Natural Club Moss Extract Enhances Memory and Alertness

Jim English Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) is a progressive degenerative disease that most commonly appears after the age of 50. Currently, Alzheimer’s afflicts approximately 40% of...

Researchers Report “Fountain of Youth” Anti-Aging Supplement May Prevent and Reverse...

A dietary supplement containing a blend of thirty vitamins and minerals – all natural ingredients widely available in health food stores – has shown remarkable anti-aging...

Declining Dopamine Levels May Explain Why Older People Take Fewer Risks

Older people are less willing to take risks for potential rewards and this may be due to declining levels of dopamine in the brain,...