Punching Back At Parkinson’s Disease

It’s no secret that very few people actually enjoy exercise, even though most of us know about the health benefits of regular physical activity. So, it’s not difficult to imagine that working up a sweat on a regular basis probably is one of the last things a Parkinson’s disease sufferer thinks about… let alone does […]

Can Chocolate Really Boost Your Memory?

It’s February and we all know what that means — Valentine’s Day… which in my opinion, is nothing more than a clever PR invention to boost the sales of chocolate, red roses and sentimental cards. Perhaps I’m just a bit too cynical. However, after what I’m going to tell you about the latest study on […]

Don’t Believe The Latest Ibuprofen Anti-Ageing Claims

Fruit flies and worms given daily doses of ibuprofen were reported to be healthier, happier and live longer than their untreated relatives! Yes, you read that right. That’s the gist of a new “study”, which really should be filed under the heading of “researchers” with too much time on their hands. Ibuprofen: Not the buzz […]

High-Fat Diet May Help In The Fight Against Alzheimer’s And Dementia

If you or someone you love suffers from dementia or Alzheimer’s disease, you’ll welcome the latest research findings. A Danish research team discovered that dietary fat can actually slow down your brain’s ageing process… and that can be a game-changer when it comes to saving your memory. What makes this research particularly interesting is that […]