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Rosemary Extract Beverage Can Help To Improve Memory (STUDY)

Research shows that memory and cognitive performance can be improved by as much as 15% by drinking a rosemary extract beverage. The experiment made use of a commercially available rosemary extract beverage called “No1 Rosemary Water”, an additive free spring water and concentrated rosemary extract combination. Only fresh rosemary was made use of and not… Read More »

How Effective Are Cherries for Gout? (STUDY)

A study has revealed that gout sufferers eating cherries for a 2 day period exhibited a 35 percent reduced risk of gout attacks in comparison to people who didn’t eat cherries. Prior studies report that there are 8.3 million adult gout sufferers within the U.S., an inflammatory arthritis caused by a crystallization of uric acid… Read More »

Study Provides Some Clarity On Use Of Masks For Coronavirus

A study, which was conducted before the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, proved that surgical masks can help with preventing seasonal viruses, including coronaviruses, being transmitted from infected individuals. Making use of a breath-capturing device called the “Gesundheit II machine”, researchers revealed that the amounts of various airborne viruses coming from infected individuals were significantly reduced using… Read More »

Children, healthy eating and nutrition: Most kids have poor diet, study finds – TODAY

American children are drinking fewer sugary beverages and eating more fruits, but the majority still had poor-quality diets, researchers reported Tuesday. More than half of kids, 56%, were eating meals of low nutritional value that contained too much salt, too many processed foods and not enough vegetables, according to a 17-year analysis published in JAMA.… Read More »

Newborns might not get coronavirus from their moms, study finds

Pregnant families do their best to plan for labor, but a global disease pandemic isn’t something any parent can anticipate. Dr. Ashley Roman, director of the division of maternal fetal medicine at NYU Langone, sympathizes with her patients. “It’s a stressful time for our pregnant patients because there’s so much that’s unknown,” Roman tells The… Read More »