Turmeric is generally safe. It can cause nausea and diarrhea, especially in high doses or after long-term use. It might also pose a risk of ulcers in high doses. Since turmeric can potentially increase bleeding, stop taking it at least two weeks before any surgery.
A new study has found that sedentary time in childhood is linked to heart damage later in life, even in those with normal weight and blood pressure. The study, which was presented at ESC Congress 2023, found that each one-minute increase in sedentary time from childhood to young adulthood was associated with a 0.004 g/m2.7 […]
Apples contain a high amount of vitamin C, vitamin K, vitamin B-complex, and Vitamin E is found in smaller amounts in apples compared to these other vitamins. However, this vitamin does contribute to healthier skin and a stronger immune system. Eating apples to better neurological health may help to prevent neurogenerative disorders like Alzheimer’s disease. […]
New evidence-based genetic testing and counseling guidelines for ALS patients have been developed. The guidelines recommend that all persons with ALS be offered comprehensive genetic testing, which will facilitate access to genetic diagnosis and gene-targeted therapies. This is an important advance in ALS care, as it will help to ensure that all patients have […]