Just 45 minutes a week of moderate to vigorous exercise may help improve or maintain a high level of function for people with osteo arthritis (OA), according to study published online recently in Arthritis Care & Research. Current guidelines from the Department of Health and Human Services for ...
24 August 2017Mentory
New research into the biomarkers that predict the onset of Alzheimer’s suggests that more than twice as many people are in some stage of the disease than the official numbers indicate. Roughly 5.4 million people in the US are estimated to have Alzheimer’s, but that number is likely closer ...
28 June 2017Mentory
Pharmaceutical grade chondroitin sulfate has proved efficacy in the treatment and delay of knee osteoarthritis, according to the latest published evidence on osteoarthritis treatment has been presented at a symposium organized by Bioiberica and IBSA at the ...
23 June 2017Mentory
For years doctors have been uncertain what the optimal goal should be for patients with high blood pressure. The aim of course is to bring it down, but how far and how aggressively remained a mystery. Researchers report that lowering blood pressure to 120 — instead of the current guideline of ...
20 February 2017Mentory