A new study revealed that adding fruits and vegetables rich with antioxidant nutrients and carotenoids to the daily diet of patients suffering from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) could slow the progression of the neurological disorder.
A new study involving mouse models suggests that citrus fruits such as oranges, lemons and limes could delay or prevent obesity-related health risk.
"We know that many people have difficulty distinguishing between healthy and unhealthy food. By adding seaweed to processed foods we can make food healthier. In many cases we also get tastier food, and it may also help reduce the risk of cardiovascular diseases," said the author of a University of Southern Denmark study.
Water in tanks and fountains throughout villages of Spain turned red following last autumn's rainfall but researches insist it's not a sign of the apocalypse.
Using nano-sized particles of zinc oxide and titanium dioxide, researchers have found a way to increase the growth and antioxidant content of tomato plants. This may soften the impact population growth has on natural resources in the future.
In terms of health benefits from their inherent antioxidants, exotic Ceylon gooseberries are giving blueberries and cranberries a run for their money, a new study shows.
A marine algae that grows on both the Pacific and Atlantic coasts has been made faster-growing and more succulent, scientists say.
Green tea has long been celebrated as healthy drink. Now a new study has found that not only does this beverage encourage good health, but it could even trigger a cycle that kills oral cancer cells while leaving healthy cells alone.