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Study: Vitamin K Associated with Mobility in Older Adults

Boston, MA—Low levels of circulating vitamin K are linked to increased risk of mobility limitation and disability in older adults, according to research from...

Study: Ultra-Processed Foods Lead to Overeating

Bethesda, MD--The National Institute of Health (NIH) in collaboration with the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK) announced results of...

Review: Gut Microbiome Regulation Could Ease Anxiety

Shanghai, China—A review of existing literature has come to the conclusion that regulation of gut bacteria is a potential intervention for anxiety symptoms. A team...

Study: An Egg a Day Not Linked to Increased Risk of Stroke

Kuopio, Finland--A new study suggests that moderate intake of cholesterol from one egg a day is not associated with an increased risk of stroke,...

Study: CBD Eased PTSD Symptom Severity in 91% of Subjects

Las Vegas, NV--CV Sciences announced in a press release that its PlusCBD Oil products were used in a study examining the clinical benefit of...

Study: “Cancer Warrior” Plants Fight 7 Types of Cancer

Singapore--The leaves of the Bandicoot Berry (Leea indica), South African leaf (Vernonia amygdalina) and Simpleleaf Chastetree (Vitex trifolia) have been found to be effective...

Omega-3 Expert: New Science Links Omega-6 to Heart Benefits

Sioux Falls, SD--Do omega-6 fatty acids fuel disease-causing inflammation or are they just as important as omega-3s in reducing risk of disease? Two new...

Vegetarian Diet Cuts Gout Risk

Research published in the journal Clinical Nutrition determined that vegetarian diets are optimal for reducing risk of gout. A total of 13,935 participants in...

Study: Natreon’s PrimaVie Helps Maintain Muscular Strength, Decreased Hydroxyproline

New Brunswick, NJ—A 2019 study on Natreon’s product PrimaVie (shilajit) has shown benefits for retention of muscular strength and decreased hydroxyproline, according to a press...

Study: Walnuts May Lower Risk of Depression

Folsom, CA—A new epidemiological study suggests that consuming walnuts may be associated with a lower prevalence and frequency of depression symptoms among American adults,...

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