|| Ageing and Clumsiness Go Hand in Hand |
Acts of clumsiness, such as fumbling with keys in a lock, or knocking over a wine glass in an attempt to reach the salt shaker, go hand in hand with ageing, a new study suggests.
|| Mediterranean Diet Boosts Ageing Brain Power |
In older people, intake of Mediterranean diet with added virgin olive oil or mixed nuts seems to improve the brain power, finds research.
The researchers from the University of Nava...
|| New Factor That may Contribute to Skin Ageing |
A new study reveals evidences that longwave ultraviolet radiation may induce the formation of a protein that could result in premature skin ageing. The findings demonstrate that aspects of p...
|| Vitamin E may Boost Heart Health for Ex-Smokers |
A specific form of vitamin E supplement may help give ex-smokers an extra boost towards living a healthier lifestyle.
In the small study, improvement in blood vessel function associated...
|| Vitamin E Can Fight Obesity |
A potential new way to fight obesity-related illness with vitamin E has been uncovered in a research led by investigators at the Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine.
|| Red Wine may not Serve its Purpose in the Obese |
Overweight and obese persons do
not get the much touted benefits of red wine. Resveratrol, a silent ingredient
in red wine, grabbed international fame owing to its medical potential. Peopl...
|| Diabetes Drug Delays Ageing in Worms |
In worms, a type 2 diabetes drug slows down the ageing process, states study.
Following a calorie-restricted diet has been shown to improve health in later life and extend lifespan ...