The Argument For And Against Preventative Medicine

The Argument For And Against Preventative MedicinePreventative medicine has long used drugs to prevent the onset of disease. Those with symptoms such as high blood sugar or pressure are often diagnosed with the “pre-condition”, such as prediabetes or prehypertension, if their symptoms haven’t yet reached the levels which define the disease.

5 Common Myths About The Aging Brain And Body

5 Common Myths About The Aging Brain And BodyThe world’s population is ageing. The number of adults aged 65 and over is increasing, as is the proportion of the population they represent. However, there are a number of myths associated with what happens to our brain and bodies as we age.

follow InnerSelf on

google-plus-iconfacebook-icontwitter-iconrss-icon

 Get The Latest By Email

{emailcloak=off}

LIVING: MOST READ

Your Dog Can Remember More Than You Think
Your Dog Can Remember More Than You Think
by Claudia Uller, Kingston University
Fed Up With Fifty Shades? Read Story Of O Instead
Fed Up With Fifty Shades? Read Story Of O Instead
by Victoria Anderson, Cardiff University
Why Your Workplace Is The Place You Feel The Worst
Why Your Workplace Is The Place You Feel The Worst
by Alex Bryson, UCL and George MacKerron, University of Sussex
Why Obese Does Not Necessarily Mean Unhealthy
Why Obese Does Not Necessarily Mean Unhealthy
by Oli Williams, University of Bath; Kevin Deighton and Michelle Swainson, Leeds Beckett University
Before Pregnancy Even Starts, Healthy Weight In Parents Lowers Obesity Risk In Children
Before Pregnancy Even Starts, Healthy Weight In Parents Lowers Obesity Risk In Children
by Michelle Lane; Rebecca Robker, and Tod Fullston, University of Adelaide
Nine Keys to a Healthier, Happier You
Nine Keys to a Healthier, Happier You
by Mark Allen & Brant Secunda