Monthly Archives: December 2016

Aspirin as a Cancer Preventive Medication

Can aspirin fight cancer? That seems to be what scientists from Oregon Health and Science University (OHSU) and Oregon State University (OSU) are suggesting. The combined OHSU-OSU team didn’t invent this theory. Medical experts have been contemplating the idea for several years now. Continue reading

Lifestyle Habits That Weaken Your Immune System

Have you ever wondered why some people are more vulnerable than others when exposed to the same diseases? It all comes down to the strength of your immune system. A strong and healthy immune system efficiently protects your body against diseases, while a compromised one fails to protect it. Continue reading

Surprising Causes of Alzheimer’s Disease

A recent World Alzheimer Report by the ADI (Alzheimer’s Disease International) estimates that more than 35 million people across the globe have dementia. The report also predicts that the number will almost double by the year 2030. Slightly over 5.1 million Americans also have Alzheimer’s disease, and this is according to statistics from the AFA (Alzheimer’s Foundation of America). Continue reading

New Study Shows That a Handful of Nuts Can Prevent Heart Disease

Heart disease is one of the major health problems that people are facing all around the world. According to several studies, it is estimated that one out of ten people suffers from a heart-related problem. However, many people often do not even realize that they have a heart problem because they have not been clinically tested. In fact, Continue reading

5 Ways to Help Your Child Deal with Autism

Cases of autism are increasing in an alarming rate all over the world. In the United States alone, one in sixty-eight children suffers from the mental condition. What’s unfortunate about the condition is that there is no cure or drug for it. However, if you are a parent of an autistic child, Continue reading