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  • Wed. Feb 28th, 2024

THE BRAIN’S BUILDING BLOCKS: KEY NUTRITIONAL SUPPLEMENTS FOR NEUROLOGICAL SUPPORT

Our brains, the command centers of our bodies, require a myriad of nutrients to function optimally. Here we explore the science of how specific nutritional supplements not only nourish but…

THE MIND’S ALLY: UNDERSTANDING PHOSPHATIDYLSERINE’S IMPACT ON BRAIN WELLNESS

In the intricate journey of maintaining and enhancing cognitive health, nature offers a powerful ally: Phosphatidylserine (PS). This crucial compound, nestled within the cell membranes of our brains, plays a…

THE BRAIN’S JOURNEY: HOW COGNITIVE ABILITIES EVOLVE WITH AGE

As we navigate through the various stages of life, our brain undergoes transformative changes and displays incredible adaptive capabilities. Understanding these changes is not just about recognizing the inevitabilities of…

THE ANTI-AGING POWERS OF ANTIOXIDANTS

Inside your body, an army of antioxidants is protecting you from the forces of aging and disease. Here’s why we’re huge fans of these stellar nutrients and how you can…

BUILDING HEALTH CENTERS MAY SAVE THE RAIN FOREST

Save the people, save the forest. In rural Indonesia, a pioneering clinic is showing how the health of people and forests could and should be intertwined The roosters were still…

SHEFFIELD AIRPORT TAXI TRANSFERS ADD TO PLEASURE OF VACATION

Known the world over as a Steel City, Sheffield was famed for its industry in the heyday of the 1900s and remains a city of innovation to this day. However…

UK HEALTH INEQUALITY IN POOREST AREAS CHALLENGED BY GRASSROOTS GROUPS

Local projects that unite communities and give residents a say in decision making provide a blueprint for addressing declining health. Bryan McDonald, a retired construction worker from North Tyneside, has…

HIGH SCHOOL PRINCIPAL TRAVELS TO HOME OF EVERY GRADUATING SENIOR

Every year in the United States, approximately 7.2 million students will graduate from either high school or college. However, this year those 7 million students won’t have the celebratory opportunity…

INSECTS AS FEED FOR LIVESTOCK MAY BE GAME CHANGER

In South America, rain forests continue to be cleared to grow soya to feed European animals but could the farming of insects provide the solution? One potential solution to the…

MICRO HOUSING TAKES ON HOMELESSNESS ISSUE IN CAMBRIDGE, UK

In the shadows of its famous university, people are living rough in Cambridge. A new housing project aims to address that. An affordable housing project delayed by coronavirus will launch…