Post Tagged with: "Neurology"

10 reasons to eat dark chocolate

10 reasons to eat dark chocolate

Dark chocolate is quickly becoming a superfood. Organic extra dark chocolate (at least 70% cacao) is packed with nutrition. There are so many reasons to eat dark chocolate. It is important to eat the right kind of chocolate, as some are loaded with sugar or artificial ingredients. Dutched chocolate should […]

by August 9, 2020
Turmeric produces remarkable recovery in Alzheimer’s patients

Turmeric produces remarkable recovery in Alzheimer’s patients

 Turmeric produces remarkable recovery in Alzheimer’s patients, according to recent research.  This spice also known as the “Indian solid gold” gets its nickname not only because of its gold color, but for the fact that it is worth its weight in gold when it comes to health benefits. Turmeric remains one […]

by February 23, 2020
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Guidelines for stroke prevention in women

Guidelines for stroke prevention in women Though incidences of strokes have decreased significantly since the early 90s, more women die from them than men. There were no official guidelines for  stroke prevention in women until now with the help of an expert from the University of Alabama. The American Stroke […]

by January 9, 2018
Pesticide in milk linked to Parkinson’s

Pesticide in milk linked to Parkinson’s

Cow’s milk has been consumed for thousands of years, and has been touted as a healthy drink for strong bones and teeth, amongst many other benefits. Ever since we were kids, most of our parents made us drink milk at least once a day. As scientists and researchers dig deeper […]

by December 17, 2015
Muscadine grapes may fight Alzheimer’s

Muscadine grapes may fight Alzheimer’s

Muscadine grapes are a species native to the southern part of America, and have been grown since the 16th century. They are very commonly used in fine wines and have shown health benefits. New research from the Georgetown University Medical Center shows that muscadine grapes may fight Alzheimer’s. Muscadines are […]

by October 2, 2015
Pain relieving drugs may contribute to stroke and death

Pain relieving drugs may contribute to stroke and death

Pain relieving drugs may contribute to stroke and death: Common older drugs prescribed for arthritis and pain may increase risk of death from stroke, according to a study published in the November 5, 2014 issue of Neurology, the medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology. The drugs that the […]

by November 16, 2014