Tag: mortality

Stroke in Women

Certain diseases do not behave the same way in men and women. They may have different risk profiles, different symptoms, even different outcomes. The more scientists and physicians understand about these differences, the better they can tailor care to attain the best results. To that end, a team of researchers

NewsBites: Macular Degeneration; Fried Foods & Death Risk; Weight Loss

Eating Fruits, Vegetables, and Fish Linked to Lower Risk of Macular Degeneration
The American Journal of Ophthalmology recently published results from a cohort study which found that consumption of fish, fruit, and vegetables in amounts generally consistent with international recommendations for the prevention of age-related macular degeneration (AMD) was associated with

Activities You Consider Worthwhile May Benefit You Health As You Age

Recent research underlines the fact that elder wellbeing is linked to a person’s sense of self-worth and purpose. According to the data, seniors who felt that they were spending their time engaging in meaningful activities tended to report better mental and physical health as they aged. Previous research has linked

Demystifying Three Popular Diets

Pick up any magazine and you’ll find at least one article touting the latest diet to try. The options are endless and can be so confusing. Here’s the scoop on three popular diets.

#1 Mediterranean Diet. Interest in the diet of the countries bordering the Mediterranean Sea goes back to a

Antioxidants: Your Body’s Health Warriors

You may have seen TV commercials and read advertising headlines about the power of antioxidants—nutrients that act as disease fighters in the body. But before you load up on special drinks or supplements that claim to hold the power of antioxidants, realize that these nutrients can be consumed best by

NewsBites: Exercise for Cancer Patients; Lowering CVD Risk Factors; Brain Health

Any Physical Activity Better Than None for Survival in Cancer Patients
A recent study published in Cancer Causes & Control found an association between the occurrence of low-to-moderate frequency recreational physical activity and lower mortality in individuals diagnosed with various types of cancer. The data for the 5,807 participants included questionnaires

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