All posts tagged "study suggests"
6 ways to use your mind to control pain
(Harvard Health Publication) Relaxation, meditation, positive thinking, and other mind-body techniques can help reduce your need for pain medication. Drugs are very good at getting rid of pain, but they often have unpleasant, and even serious, side...
- Posted August 14, 2017
Playing shooter video games damages the brain, study suggests
(Telegraph UK) Playing “shooter” video games weakens the brains of young people and puts them at greater risk of dementia in later life, new research suggests. A trial in Canada found that those who spent a lot...
- Posted August 9, 2017
Your Brain Could Be the Key to Living a Physically Fit Life
(GQ) You work out on, at worst, a semi-regular basis. You make smart eating choices, the occasional late-night food-truck indulgence notwithstanding. You are, generally speaking, a fitness-conscious person, and barring an unfortunate calamity brought about by someone...
- Posted July 31, 2017
Why You Will One Day Have a Chip in Your Brain
(Wired) Implanting a microchip inside the brain to augment its mental powers has long been a science fiction trope. Now, the brain computer interface is suddenly the hot new thing in tech. This spring, Elon Musk started...
- Posted July 5, 2017
Aspirin behind more than 3,000 deaths a year, study suggests
(Telegraph UK) Taking a daily aspirin is far more dangerous than was thought, causing more than 3,000 deaths a year, a major study suggests. Millions of pensioners should reconsider taking pills which are taken by almost half...
- Posted June 13, 2017
Diet rich in oily fish may reduce risk of death in cancer patients, study suggests
(NaturalNews) The list of health benefits associated with a diet rich in oily fish now includes a lowered risk of death in patients suffering from colon cancer, according to a new study. A team of researchers led...
- Posted July 27, 2016