How Gout is Affected By Temperature

How Gout is Affected By Temperature

Could you burn or freeze your gout away? Not quite, but a new study in the journal Cells reveals that temperature can drastically affect gout. Gout is a form of arthritis in which monosodium urate crystals are deposited in your joints. But this is not what causes the...
Does Vertigo Cause Falling or Falling Cause Vertigo?

Does Vertigo Cause Falling or Falling Cause Vertigo?

Vertigo is the most common cause of falls and broken bones among the elderly. But could falling also be the cause of vertigo? And in that case, how should you treat your vertigo? A new study in the journal Injury investigated this issue and came up with a simple...
One Cause of High Blood Pressure You Can Eliminate

One Cause of High Blood Pressure You Can Eliminate

There are many causes of high blood pressure that are difficult to avoid, while others, like genetic influences, may be downright impossible to control. However, it is within your power to prevent the number one cause of high blood pressure. Even if your blood...
How Water Pushes Kidney Disease To Fatal Levels

How Water Pushes Kidney Disease To Fatal Levels

Water is healthy. Drinking a lot of it is essential if you suffer from kidney disease. But according to a new study in the Journal of the American Society of Nephrology, water can also escalate the deterioration in your kidney disease and quickly bring you to the...
Dementia Reduced 88% With This Simple Activity

Dementia Reduced 88% With This Simple Activity

Advanced age is the single biggest contributing factor to dementia, which is rather depressing, considering that this is something none of us can escape. But a study presented at the 2021 Alzheimer’s Association International Conference provides some hope by...
ED and Gum Disease: The Terrifying Connection

ED and Gum Disease: The Terrifying Connection

If you were to look for a cure for ED, where would you start? The genitals would be obvious, right? Then the brain maybe? How about the arteries? None of the above, says a new study from the United States, Venezuela, and Saudi Arabia that has just been published in...
To Prevent Stroke & Heart Attack, Drink This In Excess

To Prevent Stroke & Heart Attack, Drink This In Excess

We’re usually guided to do things in moderation, and that’s especially true when it comes to this controversial drink. But a new study recently published in JAMA Internal Medicine reveals that drinking it excessively will reduce your risk of dying from strokes, heart...
Common Acid Reflux Drug Destroys Teeth

Common Acid Reflux Drug Destroys Teeth

One of the best-understood effects of acid reflux is tooth erosion. So it’s important to treat acid reflux to save your teeth, right? It’s not so simple, says a new doctoral dissertation submitted to the State University of New York at Buffalo. Because the most common...
How Gum Disease Causes Type-2 Diabetes

How Gum Disease Causes Type-2 Diabetes

Many studies have concluded that people with gum disease have an elevated risk of cardiovascular disease. But a new study in PLOS ONE now takes it a few steps further, concluding that gum disease also causes type-2 diabetes and a decline in muscle strength. The...