Improvements in lifestyle risk factors for dementia can lead to short-term improvements in cognition among community-dwelling adults experiencing cognitive decline.
There has been a significant surge in the use of growth hormone to improve athletic ability and combat aging despite no clear supporting evidence.
Physical activity prevalence has contributed to averting premature mortality on a global scale, with about 3.9 million premature deaths averted annually.
A mindful yoga intervention reduces testosterone levels in women with polycystic ovary syndrome.
Physical activity is linked to fewer depressive symptoms, higher satisfaction with life, and higher positive affectivity in menopausal women.
Even in middle age, women can make lifestyle modifications that can substantially lower their stroke risk.
Popular diet programs are associated with improvements in weight and blood pressure, but their beneficial effects generally disappear after 12 months.
A Western diet can, in as little as 4 weeks, result in clinically and molecularly significant proinflammatory changes in the skin, underscoring the relationship between dietary components and skin disease.