A study by the University of Mississippi Medical Center and the Mayo Clinic has revealed that “Troponin” is a predictor for end-stage renal disease and all-cause death. High blood pressure, is a common cardiovascular disease in the U.S., and more than 40 percent of the population will have some form of disease, including hypertension by 2030. End-stage renal disease or end-stage kidney failure often is associated with hypertension and affects approximately 600,000 people at a cost of nearly $50 billion annually.
Continue reading “Protein predictor of heart disease and kidney disease, caused by high blood pressure.”
A new study, published in the Environmental Health by the University of Illinois, has determined that the risk of childhood cancer (leukemia, acute lymphoid and acute myeloid leukemias (AML)), increases with exposure to agricultural crop density. There was a statistically significant association for a positive relationship between crop density of dry beans and incidence of total leukemia, oats and acute myeloid leukemia, sugar beets and total leukemia and all leukemias in specific states. Continue reading “Childhood cancer increased with agricultural crop density”
A new study presented at the American Heart Association’s Scientific Session specified that norepinephrne levels increased by almost 74 % after consuming an energy drink.
Continue reading “Stress hormones and blood pressure increase with consumption of energy drinks.”
A new study, published by researchers at the University of Florida, has revealed that almonds consumed on a daily basis enriched the diets of adults and children.
“Almonds are a good source of plant protein — essential fatty acids, vitamin E and magnesium,” said Alyssa Burns. The researchers provided almonds daily to 29 pairs of parents and children for several weeks.
Continue reading “Almonds enriches diets of adults and children”
A new study, published in the journal Circulation, has revealed a solid link between gut flora and cholesterol. The study with 893 Dutch research participants identified 34 different species of bacteria that they linked to cholesterol levels and BMI of patients. They connected the bacteria to a change between 4 to 6 percent in BMI, HDL cholesterol, and triglyceride levels.
Continue reading “Gut bacteria impact on metabolic health”
A new study, published in the journal of the International Neuropsychological Society on Nov. 19th 2015, has revealed that exercise reduces brain shrinkage and neurodegeneration associated with Alzheimer’s disease.
Continue reading “Exercise reduces Alzheimer’s disease and MCI neurodegeneration”
A new study published in the BMJ Open Respiratory Research has analyzed the exercise habits of 643 participants who have been diagnosed with asthma.
Continue reading “Engaging in physical activity year-round reduces bronchospams. Controls Asthma.”
A new study published in the journal Cell has specified that personal nutritional recommendation impact on the ability of the body to respond to specific food.
Continue reading “Personalized nutrition recommendations affect responses to food”
A new study published in the journal of Neurology has revealed that diabetes is independently linked to cognitive impairment and dementia.
Continue reading “Diabetes linked to Cognitive impairment and Dementia”