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December 2015

Grape juice boosts memory, lowers blood sugar

Grapes are rich in antioxidant polyphenols that can help protect the brain and may have benefits for blood sugar control too, say scientists.

22 December, 2015

Acupuncture eases chronic pain in children

A recent study shows that acupuncture may be a safe and effective integrative medicine treatment for children suffering from chronic pain.

21 December, 2015

Fish oil helps the body burn fat

Japanese scientists have found that supplementing with fish oil could help our bodies burn fat more efficiently

21 December, 2015

Chewing slower helps kids keep the weight off

It’s simple, inexpensive, doesn’t require taking any medications and, according to a new study, can help in the fight against childhood obesity.

18 December, 2015

Are black raspberries the new superberries?

New research suggests that black raspberries have a significantly higher level of beneficial antioxidants than either red raspberries or blackberries.

14 December, 2015
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Home-cooked meals lower diabetes risk

When it comes to lowering your risk of developing type-2 diabetes, eating more home-made meals is a simple way to improve your long-term health.

14 December, 2015

More evidence of depression’s link with inflammation

The discovery that those with hard to treat depression also suffer from inflammation could lead to more effective treatments.

8 December, 2015

The benefits of ‘no drill’ dentistry

Australian researchers call for a new more cautious ‘watch and wait’ approach to dentistry which they say can reduce the need for fillings by up to 50%

8 December, 2015

Omega-3s supportive in pancreatic cancer

Adding omega-3 fatty acids to anti-cancer medications may improve treatment response and quality of life for pancreatic cancer patients, according to a new study.

2 December, 2015

Plant hormone shows promise for diabetics

A plant hormone known as abscisic acid can help reduce sugar levels in the blood when taken at low doses, say Italian scientists

2 December, 2015