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Blueberry Juice Improves
Memory in Older Adults

January 22, 2010 | Antioxidants
Scientists are reporting the first evidence from human research that blueberries -- one of the richest sources of healthful antioxidants and other so-called phytochemicals -- improve memory. They said the study establishes a basis for comprehensive human clinical trials to determine whether blueberries really deserve their growing reputation as a memory enhancer.

Omega-3 Linked To Younger Biological Age
January 22, 2010 | Nutrition
High blood levels of omega-3 fatty acids may slow cellular aging in people with coronary heart disease, suggests a new study.

The Health Benefits of Cumin
January 22, 2010 | Antioxidants
Cumin is a seed that has been used since antiquity. This traditional herb is known for its health benefits and medicinal uses for hundreds of years.

Many Teenagers Think Oats Grow on Trees
January 22, 2010 | Nutrition
Many children and young adults also believe eggs were a key ingredient in bread, the researchers said.

Playing Music Helps Premature
Babies Get Stronger, Gain Weight

January 20, 2010 | Healing
Playing Mozart music to premature babies seems to help them gain weight faster and become stronger, new research found.

Making Jet Fuel From Sea Water?
January 19, 2010 | Sustainability
The U.S. Navy could soon be sailing through an ocean of jet fuel if new research proves economical.

Counting of Calories Isnít Always Accurate
January 19, 2010 | Nutrition
Anyone who counts calories by using the figures on menus in fast-food restaurants or on the packages of frozen meals may want to count again. When researchers tested the food served in 29 chain restaurants and 10 frozen meals sold in supermarkets, they found that their calorie content averaged considerably more than the stated values.

Vitamin D Plus Calcium May
Protect Everyone From Fracture

January 18, 2010 | Sunlight
Daily supplements which combine vitamin D and calcium may reduce the risk of fractures for everyone, regardless of age or gender, say the results of a huge study.


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