Eating chocolate used to be considered unhealthy; but recent discoveries show dark chocolate isn’t unhealthy at all. In fact, chocolate benefits are so substantial it is being called the latest “brain food.”
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Grocery shopping can become a daunting task when you’re trying to select the healthiest foods. Many shoppers want to know how their foods are grown and raised, and plenty of food pack-ages carry labels that provide clues. But, labels can be confusing—and sometimes misleading. Here is a guide to some
You’re feverish and fatigued. Your joints ache, and your lymph glands have swollen. Sounds like you have signs of the flu or any number of infections. But they’re also common leukemia symptoms.
In general terms, leukemia is cancer of your body’s blood-forming tissues, such as the bone marrow. Signs of leukemia
Holiday celebrations, happy hours, cocktail parties. It would be nice to think the alcoholic beverages ev-er-present at social events are good for us. The news media typically makes the most of new studies suggesting a link between a daily glass of wine and a healthier heart or other health benefits.
A new class of small-molecule compounds (MMRI) that appear suitable for development of leukemia- and lymphoma-targeted therapies has been discovered by a research team led by Dr. Xinjiang Wang, from the Roswell Park Cancer Institute’s Department of Pharmacology and Therapeutics in Buffalo, NY.
Researchers found that this new class of compounds
Your dinner plate can work for you, or against you. While chronic diseases may feel random or inevitable, it’s increasingly clear that what you eat can play a role in reducing or promoting disease. Here are EN’s tips on how to fight disease with your fork.
“Include a vegetable and
The glandular cells of the prostate play an important role in reproduction, producing the fluids that help make up semen. These tiny cells also serve as the birthplace for nearly all prostate cancers. Genes in these cells slowly mutate, leading to the formation of abnormal cells. The cells proliferate and
Eating chocolate used to be considered unhealthy; but recent discoveries show dark chocolate isn’t unhealthy at all. In fact, chocolate benefits are so substantial it is being called the latest “brain food”.