Estimates by the World Health Organisation (WHO) suggest that globally 285 million people are visually impaired. 39 million are blind and 246 have low vision. The good news is you can avoid being another statistic. Read on to discover the four essential vitamins to help improve your vision.
“For many of us, our eyesight changes as we grow older and just as other age-related conditions can be ... ››› more
There are a growing number of people who suffer from type 2 diabetes around the world.
And it's such a big health problem in Finland, that researchers decided they needed to find something that would help.
That's why they spent 20 years studying 2,200 men to see how they lowered their risk of this deadly disease through their diet.
After they sorted the men and their diets according to... ››› more
In reality, all our brains shrink a little over the years and in most cases it's nothing to worry about. Some brains, however, shrink faster than others and since this rapid loss of gray matter is often a warning sign of dementia and Alzheimer's disease, you want to limit your own shrinkage as much as possible,” says Edward Martin of House Calls. In a bid to promote brain health this Mental Illn... ››› more
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