Caffeine consumption has been associated with lower risks for multiple diseases, including type II diabetes, heart disease, and stroke, but the mechanism underlying these protective effects has been unclear.
Caffeine from four cups of coffee protects the heart with the help of mitochondria
Engineers have developed an electronic ‘skin’ that allows prosthetic hand users to perceive a real sense of touch.
Prosthetic hand gets sense of touch with electronic 'skin'
Taking a walk may be a good opportunity to mentally review your to-do list, but using the time to instead be more mindful of your breathing and surroundings may help boost your wellbeing, according to researchers.
Mindful movement may help lower stress, anxiety
Certain species of herpesviruses may play a role in Alzheimer's disease according to a study of brain samples from people with and without the disease.
Herpesvirus may contribute to Alzheimer's development
Researchers found that crystalline particles of titanium dioxide were found in pancreas specimens with Type 2 diabetes, suggesting that exposure to the white pigment is associated with the disease.
White pigment used in paint and candy may increase the risk of diabetes
On International Yoga Day (June 21), take a look at what makes yoga the perfect exercise for losing the extra kilos, boosting heart health, managing diabetes, and more.
5 reasons why yoga is great for weight loss, heart health, reducing stress
Stress reduction and relaxation techniques such as meditation, stress management training and psychotherapy to learn to cope should be recommended not only as complementary to traditional treatments of vision loss, but possibly as preventive measures to reduce progression of vision loss.
Is stress killing your eyesight? Here’s how it can affect vision
Nighttime is the time for muscle and body tissue to begin to work on itself after a long day.
Eight healthy foods for dinner
Exercise can reduce inflammation in obese people by changing the characteristics of their blood, according to new research published in The Journal of Physiology.
Exercise makes blood of obese people healthier
Trauma or intense stress may up your odds of developing an autoimmune disease, a new study suggested.
Severe stress may send immune system into overdrive

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