A study of 10 Californians with early onset Alzheimer's disease or mild cognitive impairment suggests that the cognitive decline can be reversed with a personalized, comprehensive treatment targeting as many as 36 different health issues, deficiencies...Read More»
We've all been there. Desperately wanting to lose those few extra pounds, or in some cases a lot of extra pounds, but no matter which diet we try we always seem to end up where we started from. It's frustrating and demoralizing and it tastes like...Read More»
Whole grains may be the holy grail of good health, according to a new study published in the British Medical Journal.
A higher intake of whole grain...Read More»
By now we all know how important it is to stay active, eat healthy, manage our weight and stay socially engaged. But the magic of reaching the centenarian...Read More»
Dementia is the most feared of afflictions and a true hardship on even the most loving of families. Here, in an excerpt from his latest groundbreaking...Read More»
Moses Znaimer's ideacity, the annual three-day orgy of intellectual meandering, enlightenment and insights—along with a whole lot of schmoozing,...Read More»
Fresh, powerful and available locally, these local superfoods are making appearances at farmers' markets, grocery stores - and in some cases your own...Read More»
The Brain Project – a joint public art initiative and awareness campaign in support of Baycrest Health Services -- will raise awareness and...Read More»
Are you getting enough sleep -- or maybe too much? How long you sleep each night could determine how quickly your brain ages.
Researchers from Great...Read More»
Do-it-yourself may be a worthy undertaking when it comes to painting the bedroom or making wine but it's a really bad idea if it's a matter of getting to...Read More»
I'm 23, but right now I feel about 60," the New York magazine story about a computerized bodysuit that mimics the aging experience—from osteoporosis...Read More»
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