Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Exercise protects and improves the aging brain

By Megan Brooks
NEW YORK, US - Two new studies provide more evidence that regular aerobic exercise not only staves off the problems with thinking and memory that often come with age, but it can actually help turn back the clock on brain aging.

In one study, researchers found evidence that engaging in moderate physical activity such as brisk walking, swimming, or yoga in midlife or later may cut the risk of developing mild thinking problems.

Sunday, May 22, 2011

Difficulty climaxing

I get so frustrated during sex. I have never had an orgasm no matter how hard my partner and I try. When my partner hits the G-spot it just makes me feel like I need to run to the toilet and I can't move past that feeling, and this puts me off. Can you help?


Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Coffee cuts risk of lethal prostate cancer

Health Journal : WASHINGTON - MORE is better when it comes to drinking coffee to ward off the risk of deadly prostate cancer, according to a major US study released on Tuesday by researchers at the Harvard School of Public Health.

Men who drank six or more cups per day had a 60 per cent lower risk of developing the most lethal type of prostate cancer and a 20 per cent lower risk of forming any type of prostate cancer compared to men who did not drink coffee, it said.

Monday, May 16, 2011

Urine tests could identify risks to heart

Testing urine for high blood glucose and protein levels could help to identify people most at risk of developing heart disease, say experts.
Australian researchers recently followed up on health checks carried out between 1998 and 2000 on indigenous people from 26 remote communities in far north Queensland.