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  • Omega-3 fat intake for prevention of skin aging.

    Photoaging is the process of aging of the skin due primarily to regular and long-term exposure to ultra-violet radiation. The long-chain omega-3 fatty acids (EPA and DHA) have been implicated in modulating inflammatory processes associated with the skin, and supplementation with 3 g EPA+DHA for 6 months has been shown to reduce both UVB-erythemal sensitivity (i.e. sun induced skin reddening) [1], sunburn and sun induced itchy rash.[2] A recently published study in Journal of Dermatological Science [3] investigated the associations between daily omega-3 fat intake and the severity of skin photoaging...

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  • Muscular Fitness More Important Than Body Weight To Prevent Heart Disease.

    Exercise protects against heart disease in many ways. One important mechanism is by elevating HDL, a.k.a. the “good” cholesterol. It is well established that high levels of HDL-C are protective against cardiovascular disease and the National Cholesterol Education Program (NCEP) has emphasized increasing HDL levels to help reduce CHD risk. However, not only HDL levels are important, but also HDL quality and function...

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  • Positive Lifestyle Changes May Lengthen Telomeres.

    Making positive lifestyle changes, such as adopting a healthy diet and exercising regularly, may prevent aging and possibly even reverse the aging process...

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  • Short Physical Activity Bursts Help with Weight Control and Obesity Prevention.

    Higher-intensity physical activity, even in short bouts, can help win the battle against the bulge...

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  • Increased blood levels of magnesium may help reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease by up to 30%.

    Knowing that a deficit of magnesium increases the risk of cardiac arrhythmias, researchers from the Harvard School of Public Health (Massachusetts, USA) studied whether circulating levels of magnesium influence the risk of cardiovascular diseases....

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  • Curcumin in curry spice ameliorates arterial dysfunction and oxidative stress with aging.

    Curcumin, the natural pigment that gives the spice turmeric its bright yellow color, is the focus of a number of recent scientific studies suggesting a broad range of health benefits, including potential protection against certain cancers, heart failure, diabetes, Alzheimer's, and arthritis....

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  • Testosterone use is not associated with aggressive prostate cancer and does not affect overall or disease-specific mortality.

    One of the major controversies regarding testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) is it purported prostate cancer risk. This study sought to find out how testosterone replacement therapy affects subsequent prostate cancer outcomes....

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  • Beat Arthritis with Broccoli.

    Sulforaphane, a compound found abundantly in cruciferous vegetables, may help to prevent or slow cartilage destruction...

    Cruciferous vegetables – such as broccoli, Brussels sprouts, and cabbage – are a rich source of sulforaphane, a compound for which previous studies suggest an anti-inflammatory effect.

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