How could bad dietary habits increase your risk of developing dementia? Good diet is vital for overall brain health. Dietary habits usually affect the brain through their effects on a person's cardiovascular conditions. The cardiovascular system is responsible for transporting nutrients and oxygen throughout the body and comprises the heart and circulatory system. So poor… Continue reading What is The Relationship Between Nutrition and Dementia? (Part 2)
This is going to be 3 part series about the nutritional implications of dementia. I'll first be giving a brief introduction to the disease and its pathology, then the following posts in the series will look into dietary habits that induce and prevent the development of it. According to Potocnik’s, (2013), article on Dementia in The… Continue reading What is The Relationship Between Nutrition and Dementia? (part 1)
"He causes to grow for you thereby the crops, olives, palm trees, grapevines, and from all the fruits. Indeed in that is a sign for a people who gives thought." [Qur'an 16:11] Abu Asid said: “The Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) said: “Eat the oil and use it on your hair and skin,… Continue reading Olives (Sunnah Food Series #3)
Something a little different for this one. Here I have presented a systematic literature review about the relationship between light and sleep cycles. I know the layout is a little bit unorthodox as far as scientific research goes, but please bear with it. I'm hoping to do more of these so feedback/advice would be really appreciated.… Continue reading How Does Light Affect Sleep Cycles in Mammals?
It's been a while... Mortality in cancer is typically determined by the metastatic nature of the disease i.e. the disease becomes more lethal as it spreads throughout the body, whereas the primary tumor can be treated by being surgically removed. For this reason, more than one method of treatment is usually required to treat… Continue reading CAR T-cell Therapy