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Photography Project Highlights The Challenges Of Daily Life After Stroke

Eleven people in Sweden spent a few weeks photographing how their daily life had changed after having had a stroke. It sounds like the preparations of a thematic art exhibit, but this project was initiated by rehabilitation researchers at the University of Gothenburg to help them better understand how a stroke affects people’s lives. By… Read More »

Daily cuppa really is good for you as drinking tea fends off dementia

A daily cuppa really can perk us up as we age – by slowing mental decline and fending off dementia. Scans reveal older people who enjoy at least four brews a day have “better organised” brain structures. An international team, including Cambridge University researchers, reckons tea prevents connections between neurons breaking down. And the benefits… Read More »

Nutrition: Substantial benefit from replacing steak with fish – Science Daily

The average Dane will gain a health benefit from substituting part of the red and processed meat in their diet with fish, according to calculations from the National Food Institute, Technical University of Denmark. Men over 50 and women of childbearing age in particular would benefit from such a change in diet. In a PhD… Read More »

Can Daily Consumption of Meat Increase Colorectal Cancer Risk?

For some time, cancer organizations have recommended diets that limit processed and red meat because consumption of these foods is linked to cancer. Now, a new study published in the International Journal of Epidemiology reveals that even folks who follow guidelines may have a slightly increased risk of developing colorectal cancer, reports Cancer Research UK.… Read More »