According to new research, extra virgin olive oil (EVOO) can help keep the brain young. The superfood is rich in cell-protecting antioxidants that may reverse disease- or aging-related learning and memory impairment. The researchers previously found the oil preserves memory and protects the brain against Alzheimer’s disease. However, the latest study went a step further to find out if an EVOO-enriched diet could fight the build-up of toxic tau proteins that are found in the brains of Alzheimer’s patients and those with frontotemporal dementia. The study reveals the impact of EVOO in diets and provides the opportunity to learn more about the mechanisms through which acts to support brain health.
A deficiency of countrywide strategies and funding are recurrent obstacles to launching programs on cancer treatments on cardiovascular health. The American College of Cardiology conducted a study to resolve the prevailing practices and existing needs in this area and plan for a cardio-oncology sector that would hopefully fill gaps in resources and allow specialists to […]
According to Journal Citation Reports, Wiley Publishers have taken the top-notch as the leading society publishing partner for the year 2017. The survey covered 1214 journals of Wiley that were considered for 26 subject areas. Reference Link: http://www.stm-publishing.com/strong-performance-in-journal-citation-reports-reaffirms-wiley-as-leading-society-publishing-partner/
An international team of physicians and researchers from Germany, the Netherlands, France, Spain, and the United States has identified a third case in which HIV infection has been cured by hematopoietic stem cell transplantation. The successful healing process of the patient, known as the “Düsseldorf patient,” was for the first time characterised in great detail […]