Aging is not an illness – Featured

2023-12-06 16:02:21 December 06, 2023 White hair, osteoarthritis, decreased appetite… As time passes, our body shows signs of aging. But what exactly does science say about this notion? Is it possible to precisely determine an “old age”? Details from Professor Éric Boulanger, specialist in the biology of aging at Lille University Hospital. « Our vital … Read more

Wasabi and Memory Improvement: The Latest Research Findings

2023-12-06 00:45:15 News Science Health 06/12/2023 A recent study showed that wasabi may be beneficial in improving cognitive abilities and memory in older adults. This research, carried out jointly by Tôhoku University and the Japanese company Kinjirushi, specializing in the production of wasabi, focused on hexaphane, one of the components of this plant, known to … Read more

Discover the Benefits of Eating Less Isoleucine for a Longer, Healthier Life

2023-11-30 10:44:17 Eating less would extend lifespan. American researchers targeted a particular amino acid in their research on mice. Those who consume less isoleucine live longer… and in better health. This will also interest you [EN VIDÉO] Interview: why do we age? Every day, our body and our cells age. What are the physiological processes … Read more

The Impact of Isolation on Mental and Physical Health: Insights and Solutions

2023-11-27 11:46:16 The World Health Organization recently designated isolation as a global health problem. The World Health Organization also said that those who experience isolation may have the same health problems as those who smoke 15 cigarettes a day. The commission also appointed a commission headed by US Surgeon General and Indian-origin Vivek Murthy to … Read more

The Decline of Geriatric Medicine in the United States: Implications and Innovations

2023-11-18 09:00:00 By Judith Graham KFF Health News Thirty-five years ago, Jerry Gurwitz was among the first physicians in the United States to be credentialed as a geriatrician — a doctor who specializes in the care of older adults. “I understood the demographic imperative and the issues facing older patients,” Gurwitz, 67 and chief of … Read more

The Health Benefits of Walking: A Guide to Preventing Early-Onset Cancer and Cardiovascular Disease

2023-11-17 16:42:15 The global incidence of tumors among those under 50 years of age increased by 79% in the last three decades. Although the interpretation of the data requires caution due to differences between regions, experts point to unhealthy lifestyle habits, poor diet, sedentary lifestyle, pollution, excessive consumption of antibiotics or reproductive factors, among others, … Read more