A podiatrist and arthritis researcher said there are simple things women can do to help prevent and treat arthritis… Click here to read the complete report. Click here for more information about osteoarthritis and feet.
Click here for the results of a new study by researchers at the Buck Institute for Research on Aging in Novato. Thioflavin T, protein homeostasis and curcumin are all mentioned in the report. Click here for more information on disease treatments.
“We are continuing our concerted efforts in this arena,” Cook said. “Our goal at Mizzou’s Comparative Orthopaedic Laboratory is to do away with metal and plastic joints, and instead, regenerate a fully functional biologic joint for everyone who needs one. We think this is the future of orthopaedics and we hope that future is starting [...]
More than one-fifth of American adults — that’s 49.9 million people — are clinically diagnosed with arthritis and… Click here to read the entire article. Click here for more information on arthritis. Share
Warning people to stay out of the sun may have led to vitamin D deficiencies, British newspaper The Independent reported Monday… Click here to read the entire Fox News article. Click here for additional vitamin D articles previously posted on this blog. Click here for more on vitamin D. Share If you like Blogging Life [...]
Although several previous studies support a connection between obesity, poor calcium metabolism and vitamin D deficiency, the new study… Click here to read the entire article. Note that yesterday’s post is also on the subject of vitamin D. Share
Researchers provide details of the first treatment that allows efficient regeneration of cartilage without the need for surgery. Using self-assembling bioactive nanofibers, they have seen dramatic results with… Click here for the complete article. You may have to scroll up or down a bit to see it. Also, check out the video for an interview [...]
In a commentary on the new studies, published Jan. 25 in The Archives of Internal Medicine, two geriatricians, Dr. Marco Pahor of the University of Florida and Dr. Jeff Williamson of Winston-Salem, N.C., pointed to “the power of higher levels of physical activity to aid in the prevention of late-life disability owing to either cognitive [...]
A SIGN of a cell’s age could help predict the onset of dementia. Elderly people are more likely to develop cognitive problems if their telomeres – the stretches of DNA that cap the ends of chromosomes – are shorter than those of their peers… Click here for the complete article found on the New Scientist [...]
A once-a-day pill helped completely rebuild bone in rodents with severe osteoporosis, a finding that could lead to… The team tested a compound that blocks the production of serotonin… Click here for the complete Reuters article. Click here for more information on Osteoporosis. Share