Archive for September 2009
Women who do not have enough vitamin D before menopause may have an elevated risk of developing high blood pressure years later, new research suggests.
Reprogrammed adult cells could be used to reconstruct diabetes in the laboratory.
An experimental drug appears to dramatically and rapidly shrink deadly skin cancer tumors, researchers report.
Studies have demonstrated that poor sleep and susceptibility to colds go hand in hand, and scientists think it could be a reflection of the role sleep plays in maintaining the body’s defenses.
In a study that will provide comfort to chocoholics everywhere, researchers in Sweden have found evidence that people who eat chocolate have increased survival rates after a heart attack — and it may be that the more they eat, the better.
ating a Mediterranean-style diet may help people with type 2 diabetes keep their disease under control without drugs better than following a typical low-fat diet.
The American Heart Association today released new recommendations on limiting intake of added dietary sugars.