New research examines commuter characteristics to better understand how factors such as departure time, frequency, and commute length are associated with exposure to air pollution. Using personal air pollution monitors, the research clustered commuters to determine whether these clusters were associated with traffic pollution exposures. The study reveals that commuters that travel during rush hour… Read More »
New research in humans and mice identifies a particular signaling molecule that can help modify inflammation and the immune system to protect against Alzheimer’s disease. The work, which was led by investigators at Harvard-affiliated Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), is published in Nature. Cognitive decline associated with Alzheimer’s disease develops when neurons begin to die. “Neuron death… Read More »
Nutrition starts in the mouth. If you have poor oral health or have mouth sores, ingesting food may be difficult. And if you can’t eat properly, you won’t be able to sustain your body’s nutritional needs. While following the popular ‘regular exercise and healthy diet’ advice always helps, there are specific foods that may help… Read More »
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