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The Missing Link: Inflammation and Depression in Women

Researchers have found that treating inflammation in depression patients helped decrease their symptoms.

Women Power

Enterprising senior women in France have created a nurturing 25-unit independent-living apartment building just blocks away from shops, a theater and the metro.

Kiwis Boost Heart Health

Just one kiwi fruit a week significantly improved markers of heart health in Spanish subjects.

Fracking Fluids Found Toxic to Health

Yale researchers have found 157 chemicals in fracking fluids that are linked to developmental and reproductive toxicity, including arsenic, benzene and mercury.

Nature’s Colors Aid Focus and Accuracy

Taking 30-second computer breaks to view a photo of a flowering meadow on a rooftop helped college students focus longer and make fewer errors.

Mercury Use Linked to Dentists’ Tremors

Dentists that use higher amounts of mercury in their practice are 10 percent more likely to develop tremors of the hands and arms.

The ‘Dirty Dozen’ of Cancer-Causing Chemicals

By avoiding certain plastics, foam products and certain seafood, we can strategically lower our exposure to the worst carcinogenic chemicals, reports the Environmental Working Group.

Tai Chi Eases Effects of Chronic Disease

A review of 33 studies found that Tai Chi reduces depression and muscle stiffness and increases well-being for patients with some chronic conditions.

Magnolia Bark Knocks Out Head and Neck Cancer Cells

In laboratory experiments, honokiol, a magnolia bark extract, halted the grown of cancer cells of the mouth, larynx, tongue and pharynx.

Probiotics Reduce Aggressively Negative Thoughts

A seven-species probiotic taken by healthy Dutch subjects for four weeks noticeably reduced attitudes of aggression, hopelessness and rumination.

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