Antioxidant Treats Parkinson’s Naturally, Study Finds

Ubiquinol – a form of CoQ10 – has been found to improve symptoms for some Parkinson’s patients, and may well be a candidate for adjunctive treatment according to recent clinical research. Continue reading

Sugar Industry Has Subverted Public Health Policy for Decades, Study Finds

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The sugar industry dramatically altered and shaped the research agenda of the National Caries Program, launched in 1971 to identify interventions that would eradicate tooth decay Continue reading

Bedside Monitoring Device Reduces Hospital Stays, Study Finds

The use of a bedside device that continuously monitors patients’ vital signs leads to shorter stays in hospitals and intensive care units, according to a studypublished in the American Journal of Medicine, FierceHealthIT reports (Bowman, FierceHealthIT, 3/25). Continue reading

Study Finds a Strong Link between Cell Phone Use and Cancer

The dangers of cell phone use have long been debated but for the first time a clear connection between cell phone use and higher risk of cancer has been established in a study by Tel Aviv University.

Scientists from TAU, Rabin Medical Center and the Technion examined the saliva content of 20 long-term heavy cell phone users, defined as a mean of 12 years of 30 hours per week of use. Continue reading