Eyesight develops until you are 40 years of age, according to a new study conducted by researchers at the Neuroscience and Behaviour at McMaster University in Ontario, Canada. Medical News Today reports that the results of the study have an impact on the approach of adult treatment for eye conditions. If until now, it was believed that eyesight develops in the first years of life and stops right there, a recent study found that proteins in the primary visual cortex continue to develop even after we become adults. The researchers studied changes in the visual cortex of people with...Read More
Author: Sasha Hart
Early signs of Multiple Sclerosis (MS) can be present in people as young as 20-years-of age. The disease, which affects the immune system and has a direct impact on the central nervous system, can be controlled through treatment and the sooner it is diagnosed, the better chances for a normal life patients get. Here is what you should pay attention to, in looking for early signs of multiple sclerosis: Vision – MS affects the vision quality, turning it blurry; you might also experience double vision Logic – thinking, focusing, connection dots mentally – all these brain operations might get...Read More
The most common signs of chronic anxiety ca be easily attributed to other health conditions, which makes it difficult for people to follow the right treatment. Recurring headaches, nausea, dizziness are scary if put together, as they make us think about the worst health problems. If is almost unbelievable that their root can be neural and emotional. When we are talking about chronic anxiety, there are some things we need to clear out from the start. Anxiety is not just fear. People who suffer from anxiety disorders can’t just get over an emotional tension that makes them...Read More
The treatment of breast cancer has a rate of success dependent on the stage it is discovered in and diagnosed. Here are the early signs of breast cancer you need to know about: Lumps in the breast or in the underarm – breasts are usually lumpy in texture, but the lumps we normally feel are not painful, hard nor big. The breast tends to have a homogenous texture. But warnings that something might not be right include: a lump that is harder and bigger than the others; one that you can identify while feeling the breast, on several occasions;...Read More
Researchers at the University of Alberta in Canada, have recently released the findings of a study which concluded that pets increase, through their presence in the household, two good bacteria levels in infants. Infants that are exposed to pets from the first day of birth and up to when they are three months-old, experience an increase of two type of bacteria in their gut. One is called Ruminococcus and the other one is called Oscillospira. Ruminococcus – good bacteria commonly found in human intestines and plays a major role in digesting complex carbs. A high number of Ruminococci has...Read More
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