So you want to lose a few kilograms. You've heard the mantra: "Eat right. Work out."
But when it comes down to it, which one of those things will make a bigger difference in helping you achieve your weight loss goals? Is it really better to hit the gym four times this week or to order a salad instead of chips at lunch?Read the whole article
People hoping to lose a few pounds by substituting artificial sweeteners for regular sugar may end up disappointed, suggests a fresh look at past research. The review of 37 studies suggests the use of so-called non-nutritive sweeteners could be linked to weight gain and other undesirable outcomes like high blood pressure...Read More
Your relationship status might be associated with your dementia risk, and a new research review paper reveals how. Dementia, a loss of brain function, usually occurs in older age. The most common type is Alzheimer's disease....Read More
Watching a loved one progress through the stages of Alzheimer's disease can be frightening, even for adults. Imagine being a child struggling to understand why grandma is acting so strangely or can't remember who you are. Know how to explain Alzheimer's to your child and provide comfort. Anticipate your child's questions When...Read More