There are so many new gadgets out this year that Dads and Grandpas would love. They cover the gamut from low tech to high tech, while all being user-intuitive. (Personally, I know many dads and grandpas who don't want a new hobby for Father's Day!) Father's Day is coming soon, and these gadget gifts will be just in time to use this summer!
Researchers from Boston University School of Medicine and other U.S. medical centers have studied the relationship of various markers of body fat to brain markers for Alzheimer's disease, and their findings are not good for those who have fat around their mid-sections, or 'belly fat.'
The discovery from the British university came as a surprise even to the research team. Biologists at the University of Leeds have found that a steroid produced by our bodies can help prevent heart disease as well as many other downward spirals that come with age. The fountain of youth may be just around the corner!
New findings by researchers from the Heart Institute at Intermountain Medical Center in Murray, Utah, reveal that a treatment of the most common heart rhythm disorder, affecting more than two million Americans, significantly reduces the risk of stroke, mortality, Alzheimer's disease, and other forms of dementia.
If you want real personal company with you, even at night, the Fitbit Tracker will be there! It hangs out with you during the day to monitor your activities and watches over you at night to track your sleep. And the volume of health information it can provide you is greater than any live personal trainer could give you... even if he or she did stay overnight.
No, Alzheimer's is not contagious - not in the usual way. But a new study conducted by the department of Family, Consumer and Human Development at Utah State University revealed that spouses of dementia patients are, on average, at six times greater risk for the disease than other persons of the same age, socioeconomic factors, access to medical care, and diet and exercise.
... A headache means she has brain cancer and a cut on her finger means she's a hemophiliac. No, not a hemophiliac; a hypochondriac. What's the perfect gift?