Posts Tagged ‘Cancer’

Exercise Sessions By Seniors Increases Life Span Regardless Of History

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Exercise sessions for senior citizens is critically important for maintaining their health. Seniors can thereby increase their life span even though they may have never exercised before, a recent study shows.  Researchers at the University of Cambridge, England, report that even for seniors who have never exercised before, exercising consistently increases their life span. It’s…

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Alcohol Abstinence For One Month Dramatically Improves Your Health

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Alcohol abstinence for just one month will dramatically improve your health, a recent study shows. Hard to believe a dramatic improvement can occur in just one short month, but the data says, it happened. And it can happen for you as well. All you need is just a little bit of will power. January 2019…

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Dental Care For Seniors Affects Their Overall Health, Longevity

Dental care for seniors is not an oxymoron. Indeed, many grandparents still have some to a lot of their own teeth and therefore it’s very important that they take good care for them.   According to the American Dental Association, (ADA),  75 percent of people over the age of 65 now keep at least some…

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Watermelon Deliciousness Matched Only By Its Health Benefits

Watermelon is a fruit that’s delicious and a great way to enjoy a dessert, especially during hot summer days. But, did you know that watermelon also is great for your health! Studies show it may help curb your risk of cancer and diabetes as part of a healthy lifestyle. Watermelon contains lycopene, a powerful antioxidant…

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Expansion Microscopy Enlarges Samples Providing Clearer Images

Expansion Microscopy, developed by Harvard and MIT researchers, enlarges sample sizes by 100 fold. Consequently, you can see cell tissues with greater clarity and precision. How Expansion Microscopy Works Conventional Electron microscopy limits the ability to clearly image in great detail biological tissue that is smaller than a lights wavelength. On the other hand, this…

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