By Anthony Rivas | Jun 09, 2013 12:57 PM EDT
Older women with heart disease who slept less than six hours a night had 2.5 times more inflammation in the body than men, putting them at a higher risk for fatal events.
By Ashik Siddique | May 30, 2013 06:24 PM EDT
Sticking to a Nordic diet plan — rich in berries, fish, and canola oil — lowered cholesterol and inflammation in people with metabolic syndrome, much like the better-known Mediterranean diet.
By Sabrina Bachai | May 22, 2013 05:28 PM EDT
Check out our list of foods that may have pain-relieving effects on arthritis pain.
By Christie Rizk | May 14, 2013 11:00 AM EDT
Treatment through cannabis may be beneficial to patients with Crohn's disease, new research finds.
By Christie Rizk | May 13, 2013 06:18 PM EDT
Increasing the number of the Akkermansia muciniphila bacteria in mice can treat metabolic disorders brought on by an unhealthy diet, new research has found.
By Ashik Siddique | Apr 23, 2013 05:56 PM EDT
Mangoes contain compounds called polyphenols, which may fight obesity by lowering blood sugar and combat cancer growth by reducing inflammation.
By Ashik Siddique | Mar 22, 2013 06:00 PM EDT
The genes that lead to autoimmune inflammatory diseases like MS, Crohn’s disease, and rheumatoid arthritis may have actually benefited our early ancestors– more evidence for the hygiene hypothesis.
By Christine Hsu | Jan 07, 2013 11:04 AM EST
A pill that contains a chemical found in tomato skin could help reduce the risk of arthritis, diabetes, heart disease and even cancer, scientists claim.
By Christine Hsu | Dec 26, 2012 02:26 PM EST
Elevated levels of a blood protein linked to inflammatory disease appear to be associated with an increased risk of developing depression.
By Nikki Tucker | Oct 10, 2012 06:11 PM EDT
In an earlier study researchers discovered a cup of coffee not only provides a boost of caffeine energy, but also it was observed it may prevent the onset of Alzheimer's disease. Now they have finally understood why.
By Amber Moore | Sep 04, 2012 04:34 PM EDT
Major depression not responding to standard therapy may be treated using a drug commonly prescribed for inflammation, a new study says.