Thursday, May 18, 2017


Worship Is Good for Your Health — People who attend services at a church, synagogue or mosque are less stressed and live longer, according to new research from Vanderbilt University...(continue)

 Studies Offer Insight into Physical and Cognitive Decline among U.S. Asian Aging Populations--U.S. Asian populations may have different risk profiles for common geriatric conditions like cognitive and physical decline. Researchers from the PINE study—the first ever longitudinal study of U.S. Chinese older adults in the greater Chicago area—found the cognitive and physical function of U.S. Chinese immigrants may be greatly impacted by their social and cultural context more than non-immigrant populations…(continue)

Elderly priority for flu vaccineStudy Provides Guidelines on How to Prioritize Vaccination During Flu Season— After high-risk individuals, immunizing children and the elderly will have the greatest overall benefit when there are limited vaccine resources…(continue)

Five Years Before Brain Cancer Diagnosis, Changes Detectable in Blood--Immune-system activity weakens before symptoms ariseChanges in immune activity appear to signal a growing brain tumor five years before symptoms arise, new research has found…(continue)

Dairy Products a Good Dietary Source of Some Types of Vitamin K--New study adds to knowledge about natural forms of vitamin K in dietary sources, their appreciable presence in commonly consumed foods…—Vitamin K, with its multiple forms, is among the lesser known nutrients. Now, new research from scientists at the Jean Mayer USDA Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging (USDA HNRCA) at Tufts University sheds new light on the vitamin and its significant presence in some dairy products available in the United States…(continue)

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