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One study assessed the diets of over 1,000 older adults for anti-inflammatory foods and followed them for an average of three years.  Those on the most anti-inflammatory diet ate about 20 fruits, 19 servings of vegetables, four servings of legumes and 11 cups of coffee or tea in an average week.  Compared to this group, those with the least anti-inflammatory diet were three times more likely to develop dementia

Diabetics are THREE TIMES more likely to suffer from dementia than those genetically at risk, study finds

Being diabetic makes you more prone to dementia than being genetically at risk, according to research. Experts from Oxford and the University of Exeter believe a heart attack or stroke can pose the same threat. Adults with all three conditions fueled by obesity were three times more likely to get dementia, compared to ‘healthy’ people …

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Patients’ cancer risk decreases after bariatric surgery, study finds

Image: Shutterstock (Shutterstock) New preliminary research this week points to the long-term benefits of bariatric or weight-loss surgery. The study found that people who had surgery were significantly less likely to develop certain cancers over a ten-year period compared to obese people of the same weight who did not have surgery. Those who developed cancer …

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Diabetes drugs lead to significant weight loss in obese people: study

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! Diabetes drug taken once a week causes dramatic weight loss in obese people, newly published study finds The New England Journal of Medicine. The study authors said participants in the 72-week trial lost up to 20% of their body weight. “The results indicate that tirzepatide may be …

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Overweight people taking newly approved diabetes drug lost an average of 49 pounds, study finds

Tirzepatide, which is sold under the brand name Mounjaro, has been studied in people without diabetes at three dosages: 5, 10, and 15 milligrams. Obese or overweight participants who took the 5 milligram dose lost an average of 35 pounds (16 kilograms), those who received the 10 milligram dose lost an average of 49 pounds …

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Neural ‘poisonous flowers’ may cause Alzheimer’s plaque, study finds

Alzheimer’s The disease has long thwarted our best efforts to identify its underlying causes. Now, a new study in mice suggests that ‘poisonous flowers’ filled with cellular debris may be the source of a hallmark of miserable disease and a beautifully sinister sign of a failing waste disposal system in the body. inside damaged brain …

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Mary Bruehl who was able to hike again thanks to medication that helped her control her diabetes and lose weight.

Diabetes drug could be a game-changer for obesity, new study finds

A drug recently approved to treat type 2 diabetes is also extremely effective in reducing obesity, according to a new study. The drug, called tirzepatide, acts on two natural hormones that help control blood sugar and are involved in sending signals of fullness from the gut to the brain.. Researchers noticed that people who took …

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A massive new study confirms that being tall puts you at risk for a whole host of diseases

Standing head and shoulders above the crowd has its benefits, but those extra inches can come at a cost. Being tall is fundamentally associated with a number of diseases, from varicose veins to peripheral nerve damage, according to a new study. An international team of researchers has compared height measurements, both genetic and physical, with …

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Study Confirms Benefits of Supplements to Slow Age-Related Macular Degeneration – Neuroscience News

Summary: The dietary supplement AREDS2 which replaces antioxidants with lutein and zeaxanthin with beta-carotene reduces the risk of progression of age-related macular degeneration, a new study reveals. Source: NIH Age-Related Eye Disease Studies (AREDS and AREDS2) found that dietary supplements can slow the progression of age-related macular degeneration (AMD), the most common cause of blindness …

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Scientists have found that people and mice with pancreatic cancer who are put on an exercise regimen are better able to fight off the disease (stock image)

Exercise can help beat cancer: Physical activity can boost the effect of drugs or chemo, study finds

According to a study, exercise can boost the effectiveness of cancer drugs and increase survival rates. Scientists have discovered that proteins released by the body to help repair muscles worn down by exercise also attack cancer cells. After proving their theory in mice, they analyzed data from a human trial of 75 patients with pancreatic …

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People who drink coffee every day are less likely to die prematurely than non-coffee drinkers, study finds

A growing body of evidence suggests that drinking coffee can help reduce health risks and prolong your life. Researchers found that coffee drinkers were less likely to die from cancer and heart disease in a seven-year study. People who drank lightly sweetened coffee also lived longer, so adding sugar may not be unhealthy. Loading Something …

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