For as long as there have been humans on this planet, people have strived for longevity. They want to live much longer and healthier—this is only a natural preoccupation when adults grow older and eventually face the inevitability of mortality. In recent decades though, as more and more emphasis is
It’s Sunday and perhaps you are feeling a little low. So, I’m sharing with you Cynthia’s Peachy Sunday Comfort Delight to boost your mood, brighten your spirit and give you a natural lift. Why I like this recipe so much, is that not only does is taste great, but it’s
Wouldn’t it be wonderful if we all lived to a ripe old age without common maladies like arthritis, diabetes, heart disease, Parkinson’s or Alzheimer’s? Now a Concordia researcher has discovered 6 plant extracts, when paired up, slow down aging in yeast — and may well do the same in humans.
It’s a trait that naturally presents itself in only 2% of the population, it can generate its own Vitamin D with little sunlight, and it generally requires more anesthesia than other hair colors. Red hair has always been a source of fascination to humanity, especially because it is so scarce.
A newly released report published in The Lancet suggests it’s time to sober up when it comes to drinking alcohol. The lead author of this study, which was part funded by the British Heart Foundation (BHF) Dr. Angela Wood explained “The key message of this research for public health is
Running has been considered to cause more harm than good for you as you age. Indeed for several years researchers feared the long-term effect of the then ‘new jogging craze’ would be floods of orthopaedic injuries, with older runners permanently limped by their exercise habit. However, a study by the