Fish-Rich Diet May Significantly Reduce Depression Risk Megan Brooks |September 15, 2015 Eating fish may protect against depression, a new meta-analysis suggests. “Fish is rich in multiple beneficial nutrients, including n-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids, high-quality protein, vitamins, and minerals. Furthermore, fish have been hypothesized to protect against chronic diseases generally, such as cardiovascular disease and cancer. Therefore, […]
Fibromyalgia Linked to Deficiencies in RBC Magnesium, IGF-1 Nancy A. Melville |September 22, 2015 NATIONAL HARBOR, MD — Patients with fibromyalgia show deficiencies in red blood cell (RBC) magnesium and insulin-like growth factor 1 (IGF-1), a small study shows, suggesting potential clues to underpinnings of the condition and avenues for treatment. In a condition that is challenging […]
Unhealthy Diet May Shrink the Brain Liam Davenport |September 22, 2015 Consumption of an unhealthy Western diet characterized by meat, hamburgers, chips, and soft drinks, may reduce the volume of the left hippocampus, whereas a healthy diet of fresh vegetables and fish may increase hippocampal volume. In a study of more than 250 individuals, investigators found that […]
Overweight and Lack of Exercise Linked to Meningioma Sue Hughes |September 22, 2015 Individuals who are overweight or obese and those who do not engage in physical activity have an increased risk for meningioma, a new systematic review of the literature suggests. But the review, published online in Neurology on September 16, did not find any evidence […]
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