Medical Search

Medical News from New York Times - Health

Well: Phys Ed: How Muscle Workouts May Boost Brainpower

May 9, 2012, 12:01 pm by New York Times - Health

Muscles do appear to affect the mind, according to a study of drugs that simulate the effects of exercise in mice. Mice that had "exercised" did better on tests of memory and learning and had far more new neurons in brain areas central to learning and memory than mice that had remained quiet in their cages.

Featured Medical Stories

Fitbit Blaze

Have you seen the latest Fitbit?

Fitbit has come a long way and continues to be the top fitness tracker. And now, it is seen as an eye catching fashion accessory and a fitness bling statement. Fitbit's new Blaze is a tracking device and a fashion statement. It has beautiful design and is packed full of features. Check out this wrist candy and all the cool features it has to offer here >> See the HOTTEST new Fitbit!

See the HOT Fitbit Blaze Now Compare All Fitbit Products Google Fitbit
Matcha Green Tea Super Food Antioxidants

Matcha Green Tea King of Superfoods

Matcha Green Tea is the latest superfood that celebs and regular folk are finding give them supercharged antioxidant purification with a non-jittery sense of focus. Most matcha available to buy is in very small sizes and is not high enough quality. It is important that you buy high quality matcha. We've found bulk high quality 100% natural matcha green tea imported from Japan. Learn more here: Japanese Matcha Green Tea in bulk here on Amazon

High Quality Matcha Find Matcha on Amazon Google Matcha Green Tea

More medical news from New York Times - Health

A New Home on Rattlesnake Island
New York Times - Health : May 28, 2016, 5:52 am
The timber rattlesnake's population has been decimated, but biologists are hoping it will thrive on an uninhabited island in Massachusetts.

Look: Here Comes the Sunscreen
New York Times - Health : May 28, 2016, 4:06 am
Adults wear sunscreen to reduce the threat of sun damage, skin cancer, uneven tan lines and wrinkles. Children wear it because they have to. Inspired by seeing his niece resist his brother’s attempts to apply sunscreen, the photographer Nolan Conway visited parks in New York City in late April and early May 2013, looking for parents and children engaged in similar battles. Genevieve Chamorro, who was at Brooklyn Bridge Park with her sons, Oliver and Sebastian, says her sons have learned to endure the process. “You have to make sure you’re getting the whole face,” she says. “You don’t want to be aggressive, but you end up being a little aggressive. You have to do it fast and a little bit harder than you would normally do it. Now my kids are used to it.” — Julie Bosman

Matter: Tales of African-American History Found in DNA
New York Times - Health : May 27, 2016, 12:54 pm
Geneticists have studied clues in the DNA of African-Americans about the history of slavery and the Great Migration.

Op-Ed Contributor: Obama’s Pointless Cancer ‘Moonshot’
New York Times - Health : May 27, 2016, 12:21 pm
It’s a Catch-22: The longer we live, the more people will get the disease.

Study Linking Tumors in Rats to Cellphones Raises a Host of Questions
New York Times - Health : May 27, 2016, 12:00 pm
The study’s authors found that the type of radiation emitted by cellphones had a slightly higher risk of developing cancer, but there were many caveats to the conclusions.