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  • Take a (Walking) Break

    A number of published studies report that prolonged sitting—as many people do daily at their jobs—is associated with risk factors such...

    Robert Goldman MD, PhDMay 19, 2015
  • Herbs Can Help Diabetes Management

    With lifestyle as a leading modifiable factor, some people can manage type 2 diabetes with exercise and changes to their diet....

    Robert Goldman MD, PhDApril 30, 2015
  • No Link: T Therapy and Heart Attack Risk

    Previous research on the effects of testosterone therapy on cardiovascular outcomes has yielded inconsistent results. Jacques Baillargeon, from the University of...

    Robert Goldman MD, PhDMarch 30, 2015
  • Cancer Answers?

    Just about everyone knows someone who has had to deal with cancer. Or maybe you have been directly hit with it....

    Steve HolmanFebruary 15, 2015
  • Grapes May Alleviate Arthritis

    The most common joint disease among Americans is osteoarthritis, a condition in which the natural cushioning between joints—the cartilage—wears away. Because...

    Robert Goldman MD, PhDJanuary 12, 2015
  • Dark Chocolate Deters Atheroscloerosis

    Both arterial stiffness and white blood cell adhesion are known factors that play significant roles in atherosclerosis. Diederik Esser, from Wageningen...

    Iron Man MagazineDecember 31, 2014
  • Safe Grilling Secrets Revealed

    Previously, studies have suggested an association between consumption of grilled meats and a high incidence of colorectal cancer. Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons,...

    Robert Goldman MD, PhDDecember 19, 2014
  • Do This to Avoid Brain Drain

    Recent research out of Brazil showed that when rats ran on a running wheel, they developed significantly more hippocampal neurons in...

    Steve Holman and Jonathan LawsonDecember 4, 2014
  • Fish Oil and Alzheimer’s Disease

    Resolution is the final stage of the inflammatory response, when restoration of tissue occurs. Failure may lead to chronic inflammation, which...

    Robert Goldman MD, PhDSeptember 22, 2014
  • Aging With Muscle

    If you see someone with a big, round, bloated belly, what’s the first thing you think? Too much Budweiser? Dessert fiend?...

    Steve HolmanSeptember 20, 2014
  • The Big Benefits of a Little Sun

    A number of studies have observed that the incidence of hypertension and cardiovascular disease correlates with latitude and rises in winter,...

    Robert Goldman MD, PhDAugust 23, 2014
  • It’s Never Too Late to Start Training

    Numerous have reported that regular physical activity is associated with improved overall health, and midlife exercise is a key anti-aging component....

    Robert Goldman MD, PhDJuly 25, 2014
  • Junk Food May Compromise Brain Function

    Many studies have suggested that routinely eating fat- or sugar-laden foods will have harmful effects. Margaret J. Morris and colleagues, of...

    Robert Goldman MD, PhDJuly 19, 2014
  • Spearmint and Rosemary Battle Against Alzheimer’s

    Oxidative damage is considered one of the hallmarks of the aging process, with a number of previous studies demonstrating that it...

    Robert Goldman MD, PhDJuly 17, 2014
  • Resistance Training Protects Against Heart Disease

    Exercise has the potential to protect against heart disease in a variety of ways. Christian K. Roberts, from the University of...

    Robert Goldman MD, PhDJune 10, 2014