Home » Lifestyle » Health (Page 31)

No evidence that genetically modified crops unsafe to eat


MIAMI, (AFP), 5/17/2016 – A sweeping review Tuesday of research on genetically modified crops found no evidence that they are

Healthy aging has little to do with age: study

by Kerry SHERIDAN MIAM- When it comes to maintaining health in one’s older years, age means little and obesity may not

Scientists discover three ‘potentially habitable’ planets

by Marlowe HOOD PARIS, France | AFP | Monday 5/2/2016 – An international team of scientists said Monday they had discovered

UHCOP’s Trivedi Earns HOPA Literature Award for First-time Detection of Elusive Tumor Cells in Breast Cancer Patient-derived Xenograft Mouse Model

A UH College of Pharmacy faculty researcher’s publication on the first-ever detection of two elusive types of cancer cells in xenograft-bearing mouse models

Fighting Hepatitis with home remedies

by Prof. Meenakshi Bhattacharjee


Rice University, Houston, TX “Hepatitis” means inflammation of the liver. The liver is a vital organ

Texas A&M study shows saturated fats “jet lag” body clocks, triggering inflammation and metabolic disorders



COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS —New research from the Texas A&M Health Science Center and Texas A&M AgriLife parses out why saturated fats

Vegetable fat not the route to a healthy heart: study

by Mariëtte Le Roux

PARIS-, (AFP) – Replacing animal fat in the human diet with vegetable oil seems not to lower heart disease

For some diseases, ‘genetic destiny’ can be averted: study

by Marlowe HOOD

PARIS, (AFP) – Scientists said Monday they had found a handful of healthy people each carrying a genetic mutation that

Eating fruit daily could lower heart risks in China: study

by Kerry SHERIDAN MIAMI, (AFP) – Eating an apple a day is uncommon in China, but people who do eat fresh fruit regularly

Smokers have harder time getting work: study

MIAMI – People who smoke may find it harder to get work, and make less money than non-smokers, according to a US study