Obesity Associated With Advancement of Alzheimer’s Disease

​A new study from the University of Sheffield has discovered that being overweight is additional trouble for brain health and may aggravate Alzheimer’s disease. The groundbreaking multimodal neuroimaging research revealed that obesity might contribute to neural tissue weakening while keeping…
Understanding The Way Infants Perceive Language

Numerous scientific reports have previously proposed that infants group sounds into native vowel- and consonant-like phonetic labels through a statistical clustering system called ‘distributional learning.’ This early phonetic learning concept that infants learn phonetic categories has been recently challenged by…
Exercising Alone Helps Muscles Fight Chronic Inflammation

​A team of biomedical engineers at Duke University has finally demonstrated that the human muscle has a native ability to eliminate the damaging effects of chronic inflammation when exercised. The finding was possible because of laboratory-grown and engineered human muscle,…
Study Finds Water is Effective in Treating Metabolic Syndrome

​Scientists at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus found that fructose triggers the release of vasopressin, a hormone associated with obesity and diabetes. The team also discovered that water is able to curb the hormone and mitigate metabolic syndrome…