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May 2018 (Vol. 3 Issue 3)

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NEWS Epilepsy drugs make Alzheimer's and dementia more likely

April 26th 2018 /

Powerful anti-epilepsy drugs never seem to be out of the news—and now researchers have discovered they increase the risk of dementia and Alzheimer's disease.

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NEWS Scientists discover a major organ (and it could explain acupuncture)

April 25th 2018

Regular WDDTY readers have probably got the message that doctors don't have all the answers, but you'd think they would have accurately mapped out the human body by now. Seemingly not, as researchers have just recently discovered another organ in our body, and an essential one that regulates most of the major diseases—and could even explain why acupuncture works.

It's a myth: your brain cells don't die off as you get older image

NEWS It's a myth: your brain cells don't die off as you get older

April 23rd 2018

The idea that our brain cells start dying off when we reach our twenties is an urban myth. In fact, our brains continue to grow and regenerate right up until we die, as scientists have emphasised yet again.

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NEWS Can eating less every day slow the ageing process?

April 20th 2018 /

Can eating less food every day slow down the ageing process? Reducing your calorie intake by 30 per cent could keep your brain younger and even help you live longer—although so far these benefits have been seen only in animal studies.

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NEWS Meditation keeps you sharp as you get older

April 19th 2018 /

Meditation helps you stay focused, and that's especially true for older meditators who can develop superior cognitive skills such as a better attention span, a new research study has found.

Pasta isn't such a bad carb—it may even help you lose weight image

NEWS Pasta isn't such a bad carb—it may even help you lose weight

April 18th 2018 /

Pasta is one of the 'bad carbs' according to some of the latest diets, such as the Paleo, Atkins and low-GI—but it doesn't put on the pounds, and may even help you lose a little weight, a new research study claims.

The mystery enzyme: how cancer cells feed off sugar image

NEWS The mystery enzyme: how cancer cells feed off sugar

April 17th 2018

Cancer cells feed off sugar in order to grow, as Otto Warburg observed in the 1920s—and now scientists have figured out how they do it. Solving this '100-year-old mystery', as they call it, finally opens the door to better and safer treatments.

The supplement that could help keep your heart healthy image

NEWS The supplement that could help keep your heart healthy

April 13th 2018 /

How do you make your cardiovascular system—your heart and arteries—younger? One way is to fast, but another could be to take the dietary supplement nicotinomide riboside (NR), researchers say.

Vitamin E could combat ME and chronic fatigue image

NEWS Vitamin E could combat ME and chronic fatigue

April 12th 2018

Antioxidant supplements—and especially vitamin E—can combat mitochondrial disease, a genetic disorder that is linked to ME/chronic fatigue, diabetes, bipolar disease, schizophrenia, Alzheimer's and Parkinson's, a new study has discovered.

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NEWS Just one milkshake triggers the start of heart disease

April 11th 2018

How many high-fat meals and drinks do you have to consume to trigger the start of heart disease? The bad news is that just one milkshake will do it, say researchers.

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