Green-tinted glasses could help manage chronic pain.

Summary Researchers continued to build a case for green light therapy in the chronic pain population, despite rocky preliminary data from a small randomized trial. Wearing green spectacles may lessen anxiety caused by fear in particular. Among 34 opioid users with fibromyalgia, the 12 randomized to wear green glasses trended nonsignificantly toward reduced anxiety on […]

Exercise, fruits, and vegetables can improve your mood.

Exercise and eating fruits and vegetables can boost happiness, according to new research from the Universities of Kent and Reading. According to a recent study, eating fruits and vegetables, exercising, and being active makes people happier, not the other way around. Women who ate more fruits and vegetables and males who exercised more reported feeling […]

According to a recent research, women may actually have a higher risk of having atrial fibrillation if height is taken into account

Research completed at the Smidt Heart Institute at Cedars Sinai and published in JAMA Cardiology states that women could have a 50% higher risk of developing AFib than men. Atrial fibrillation (also called Afib or AF) is an irregular heart rhythm (arrhythmia) that begins in the upper (atria) of your heart. More than 454,000 people are hospitalized with AFib annually in […]

Aging in the eyes may be accelerated by a lack of youth protective protein

A recent mouse study from the National Eye Institute suggests that the depletion of the protein pigment epithelium-derived factor (PEDF), which safeguards retinal support cells, may be the cause of age-related alterations in the retina (NEI). The light-sensitive tissue called the retina is located in the back of the eye, and age-related retinal illnesses such […]

Ruxolitinib cream, the first at-home therapy for Vitiligo, has been approved by the FDA.

The FDA approval is a development that is being cheered by many, but for Tonja Johnson, the founder of the vitiligo support group Beautifully Unblemished, there are mixed emotions. Vitiligo is an autoimmune disorder(the body’s immune system attacking healthy cells) affecting as many as 2 percent of the world’s population. It’s estimated that about 2 million adults in the United States […]

Obesity rates among American children and teens are rising

According to Staiano, director of the paediatric obesity and health behaviour lab at Louisiana State University’s Pennington Biomedical Research Center in Baton Rouge, the percentage of obese children rose from 18% in the 2011 cycle to 22% in the 2020 cycle. According to a new analysis of data from a national health survey, obesity rates […]

Walking 10,000 steps reduces diabetics’ death risk, reveals research

In July 2022, Diabetes Care published the findings. According to the results of a recent study involving over 1,700 American adults with prediabetes or diabetes, walking 10,000 steps per day may lower the risk of death for people who have problems controlling their blood sugar. Using information from the CDC’s National Health and Nutrition Examination […]

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