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Estrogen Levels & Arrhythmias

A study has found that the sex hormone estrogen may have a negative impact on heartbeat regulation, according to an experimental study published in the journal, Science A... Learn more

Dietary Associations with Miscarriage

Results of a recent meta-analysis and systematic review were recently published in Fertility and Sterility, describing the links between pre-conception diets among health... Learn more

T2D Remission & Retinopathy

A paper published recently in the Journal of Insulin Resistance makes the case that putting type 2 diabetes into remission could have a powerful impact on preventing or s... Learn more

FSH & Reproduction

A recent study has furthered understanding of the relationship between follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH) and follicle-stimulating hormone receptor (FSHR), which may help... Learn more

HRT & Cognitive Health

Recent research suggests that hormone replacement therapy (HRT) may have a positive impact on brain volume and reduce the rate of cognitive decline in women carrying the ... Learn more

Magnesium & Brain Volume

More evidence of the likely neuroprotective effect of magnesium was recently published in the European Journal of Nutrition. This study comes on the heels of an analysis ... Learn more

Omega-3s & Blood Pressure

A dose-response meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials on omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs) and blood pressure (BP) has shown that specific doses of arou... Learn more

Watermelon & Hepatic Gene Expression

An interesting study has found that the consumption of watermelon may positively impact hepatic gene expression and upregulate lipid metabolism in obese mice. Learn more

Phytoestrogens & Mortality

A recent study has found that a higher intake of foods containing dietary phytoestrogens may be associated with a lower risk of all-cause and cause-specific mortality fro... Learn more

Tea Consumption & Mortality

A recent prospective cohort study of nearly half a million tea drinkers from the UK found that intake of tea at a level of 2 or more cups per day may be associated with l... Learn more

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