Tips on Keeping an Eye on Your Health Wherever You Go

Your eyes are an essential part of your body and they deserve to be taken care of. There are things that you can put in place to ensure your eyes stay healthy. How can you achieve this? Well, I will show you some simple tips that you can keep your eyes healthy always. Read on… Read More


Pump It Up: Tips for Improving Your Strength Training

Introduction You probably don’t go into your workout looking for mediocre results. Most likely, you are looking for a 100% return on every heartbeat, hard breath, drop of sweat, and extra rep since these are the currency of your exercise. Investing your time and energy in the gym should garner you the best results that… Read More

Are You Growing Older with Health & Vitality?

Research Paper Title Growing older with health and vitality: a nexus of physical activity, exercise and nutrition. Background The preservation of skeletal muscle mass and strength with advancing age are, the researchers propose, critical aspects of ageing with health and vitality. Physical inactivity and poor nutrition are known to accelerate the gradual age-related decline in… Read More

Diagnosing & Managing Vitamin B12 Deficiency

Research Paper Title Vitamin B12 Deficiency. Abstract Vitamin B12 is an essential cofactor that is integral to methylation processes important in reactions related to DNA and cell metabolism, thus a deficiency may lead to disruption of DNA and cell metabolism and thus have serious clinical consequences. Intracellular conversion of vitamin B12 to two active coenzymes, adenosylcobalamin in mitochondria and methylcobalamin in… Read More

Children’s Pork Consumption & Their Parents’ Perceptions

Research Paper Title Australian Parents’ Perceptions of Factors that Influence their Children’s Pork Consumption: An Exploratory Qualitative Study. Background Pork provides key nutrients such as protein, thiamin and selenium, however fresh pork is not commonly included in the diets of Australian children, with processed pork preferred. Current dietary guidelines emphasise the consumption of fresh meat… Read More

Want a Tastier Meal?

Cooks make tastier food when they can see their customers. Researchers set up four scenarios in a real cafeteria for two weeks. In the first, diners and cooks could not view one another; In the second, the diners could see the cooks; In the third, the cooks could see the diners; and In the fourth,… Read More