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Optimal blood pressure helps our brains age slower People with elevated blood pressure that falls within the normal recommended range are at risk of accelerated brain ageing, according to new research from The Australian National University (ANU). The research also found optimal blood pressure helps our brains stay at least six months younger than o...
Research review shows intermittent fasting works for weight loss, health changes | UIC Today Intermittent fasting can produce clinically significant weight loss as well as improve metabolic health in individuals with obesity, according to a new study review led by University of Illinois Chicago researchers.
Ranking Healthfulness Of Foods From First To Worst A scientific team at the Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy at Tufts has developed a new tool to help consumers, food companies, restaurants, and cafeterias choose and produce healthier foods and officials to make sound public nutrition policy.
Meeting sleep recommendations could lead to smarter snacking Missing out on the recommended seven or more hours of sleep per night could lead to more opportunities to make poorer snacking choices than those made by people who meet shut-eye guidelines, a new study suggests.The analysis of data on almost 20,000 American adults showed a link between not meeting....
Researchers call for a focus on fitness over weight loss for obesity-related health conditions The prevalence of obesity around the world has tripled over the past 40 years, and, along with that rise, dieting and attempts to lose weight also have soared. But according to a new article, when it comes to getting healthy and reducing mortality risk, increasing physical activity and improving fit...
Cholesterol Drives Alzheimer’s Plaque Formation, Study Finds The new findings may explain why genes associated with cholesterol have been linked to increased risk for Alzheimer’s.
Elevated stress hormones linked to higher risk of high blood pressure and heart events Research Highlights: In a study of more than 400 adults with normal blood pressure, those who had high levels of stress hormones detected in their urine were more likely to develop high blood pressure over the next 6-7 years. Higher levels of the...
Long-lasting Disinfectant Promises to Help Fight Pandemics | University of Central Florida News Long-lasting Disinfectant Promises to Help Fight Pandemics | Read more about UCF Colleges & Campus, Health & Medicine, Research, Science & Technology, Orlando and Central Florida news.
Moderate-Vigorous Physical Activity Is The Most Efficient At Improving Fitness In the largest study performed to date to understand the relationship between habitual physical activity and physical fitness, researchers from Boston University School of Medicine (BUSM) have found that higher amount of time spent performing exercise (moderate-vigorous physical activity) and low-mo...
Comparing seniors who relocate long-distance shows where you live affects your longevity Moving to certain locations in the U.S. can have a significant impact on the longevity of senior citizens, according to research co-authored by MIT economist Amy Finkelstein.
Treating the ‘root’ cause of baldness with a dissolvable microneedle patch - American Chemical Society Researchers reporting in ACS Nano have designed a preliminary microneedle patch containing cerium nanoparticles to combat both problems, regrowing hair in a mouse model faster than a leading treatment.
Motivation depends on how the brain processes fatigue Researchers at the University of Birmingham & University of Oxford have shown that the willingness to work is not static, and depends upon the fluctuating rhythms of fatigue.
‘Good cholesterol’ may protect liver | Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis Study in mice, human blood samples, suggests HDL from the intestine may prevent liver inflammation
Two Keys to Losing Weight and Keeping it Off There are many ways to lose weight, but to keep the pounds off, you need these two keys: physical activity AND healthy eating habits. According to Dr. Griffin Rodgers, director of the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, “For physical activity, aim for at least 30 minu...
Excess Coffee: A Bitter Brew For Brain Health It's a favourite first-order for the day, but while a quick coffee may perk us up, new research from the University of South Australia shows that too much could be dragging us down, especially when it comes to brain health.
Highly Processed Foods Linked To Weight Gain When people ate a diet full of ultra-processed foods, they consumed more calories and gained more weight than when they ate a minimally processed diet. The results suggest the importance of identifying and eating healthy foods.
Turn Off The Blue Light! Researchers from the University of Tsukuba in collaboration with Yamagata University scientists find that exposure to light with less blue before sleep is better for energy metabolism. Extended exposure to light during nighttime can have negative consequences for human health. But now, researchers f...
THINK ABOUT THIS: KEEPING YOUR BRAIN ACTIVE MAY DELAY ALZHEIMER’S DEMENTIA 5 YEARS Keeping your brain active in old age has always been a smart idea, but a new study suggests that reading, writing letters and playing card games or puzzles in later life may delay the onset of Alzheimer's dementia by up to five years. The research is published in the July 14, 2021, online issue of N...
How long can a person live? The 21st century may see a record-breaker.
How long can a person live? The 21st century may see a record-breaker A new University of Washington study calculates the probability of living past age 110, which, though rare, likely will increase this century.
Diet high in fruits, vegetables found to be the best for aging A new study has found a healthy diet can promote healthy aging from the inside out.
Three years younger in just eight weeks? A new study suggests yes!
Aging | News Room Press Releases A groundbreaking clinical trial shows we can reduce biological age (as measured by the Horvath 2013 DNAmAge clock) by more than three years in only eight weeks with diet and lifestyle through balancing DNA methylation.
Gut to brain: nerve cells detect what we eat Researchers from Cologne have studied nerve cells in the control center of the vagus nerve, which detect what we eat in the gastrointestinal tract and control the feeling of satiety and blood sugar level. They identified that different groups innervate different gut organs and also fulfil different....
Exercising in short bursts may be as good for longevity as doing it all at once The more steps you take throughout the day, the longer you might live, new research shows.
Stair climbing offers significant cardiovascular and muscular benefits for heart patients Researchers find stair-climbing is a safe, efficient and feasible option for cardiac rehabilitation, a particularly relevant finding during the pandemic, when many people can't exercise in a gym.
Foods linked to better brainpower - Harvard Health Incorporating foods such as fruits, vegetables, legumes, and whole grains into a healthy diet on a regular basis can improve your brain power, which could translate into better mental function. ...
Being a 'Night Owl' Raises Odds for Diabetes If You're Obese MONDAY, May 17, 2021 (HealthDay News) -- Though obesity by itself can drive up heart disease risk, new research suggests diabetes and heart disease risk is especially high when combined with a tendency to stay up late at night.The finding stems from a comparison of sleep patterns and disease in 172....
The first non-invasive biomarker to track and verify efficacy of senolytic drugs - BUCK The discovery and development of a lipid-metabolite biomarker is expected to facilitate research and clinical trials of drugs that target multiple age-related diseases
Designing better antibody drugs with artificial intelligence Machine learning methods help to optimise the development of antibody drugs. This leads to active substances with improved properties, also with regard to tolerability in the body.
New research reveals why some of us are hungry all the time New research shows that people who experience big dips in blood sugar levels, several hours after eating, end up feeling hungrier and consuming hundreds more calories during the day than others.
Molecular pathways behind acquired obesity: adipose tissue and skeletal muscle multiomics in monozygotic twin pairs discordant for BMI In adipose tissue and skeletal muscle of BMI-discordant monozygotic twin pairs, van der Kolk et al. demonstrate that excess body weight is associated with downregulated mitochondrial pathways and upregulated proinflammatory pathways. Furthermore, adipose tissue metabolic alterations appear to be mo...
Cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) WHO cardiovascular diseases fact sheet providing key facts and information on risk factors, symptoms, rheumatic heart disease, treatment and prevention, WHO response.
7 Impressive Benefits of Vitamin C Supplements Vitamin C has many roles in your body and has been linked to impressive health benefits. Here are the top 7 benefits of vitamin C supplements, all backed by science.
Can you boost your metabolism?: MedlinePlus Medical Encyclopedia Your metabolism is the process your body uses to make and burn energy from food. You rely on your metabolism to breathe, think, digest, circulate blood, keep warm in the cold, and stay cool in the heat.
7 Ways to Boost Metabolism When You Have Hypothyroidism | Everyday Health An underactive thyroid means a sluggish metabolism. Find out what you can do to help rev up your metabolism from Everyday Health.
Gut Microbiome Implicated in Healthy Aging and Longevity · Institute for Systems Biology Data from over 9,000 people reveal a distinct gut microbiome signature that is associated with healthy aging.
Dr. Fein specializes in health and wellness, weight management, and anti-aging programs. He strives to provide each patient with the time, respect and attention that they deserve, offering a level of personalized care that is not often seen in today’s medical offices.
Dr. Fein attended the University of Texas at Austin, where he graduated cm laude with a degree in biology. He graduated from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School in Dallas in 1982 and has been serving the medical needs of the North Texas community ever since. Dr. Fein is board certified in obstetrics and gynecology and is a Fellow of the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Dr. Fein is also a member of the Texas Medical Association and the Dallas County Medical Society, as well as the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine.
Dr. Fein constantly sharpens his medical knowledge with continuing medical education in testosterone therapy, bio-identical hormone optimization, medical weight loss, anti-aging interventions, alternative and homeopathic medicine, and other complementary medicine regimens.
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