A food’s sweet taste, not just its calorie count, determines both how the metabolism reacts and the brain’s understanding of its nutritional content, new research suggests.
Between 1993 and 2010, men showed considerable improvement in their stroke risk, but women did not show a statistically significant drop, report researchers.
New research in mice suggests a certain genetic mutation can cause an energy deficit in immune cells in the brain responsible for clearing away plaques connected to Alzheimer’s risk.
After conducting a new research approach using actual commutes, engineers discovered a simple shift can reduce the health risks of air pollution on the road.
Eating almonds regularly may boost levels of HDL cholesterol, so-called “good cholesterol,” while also helping the body to remove cholesterol, a small study suggests.