Parkinson’s disease (PD) is among the most common chronic neurodegenerative conditions, affecting 1% of those over 60 years of age, and involves motor and non-motor impairments. The purpose of this review is to highlight various nutrition and supplement interventions that may positively affect disease onset and progression, and that warrant further research.
Small-scale studies suggest that long-term melatonin
supplementation safely and effectively treats sleep onset insomnia in children with
attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and/or autism spectrum disorder
By the time you read this paper, millions of people globally will have tested positive for the coronavirus, with the United States leading the world in confirmed cases and fatalities. We have at hand something with a remarkable safety record, as well as an array of beneficial clinical effects worth considering for this condition: ascorbic acid.
Many high school students experience a high degree of anxiety and perceived stress. This study examined whether a classroom-based mindfulness program or a wellness program were acceptable and effective as anxiety and stress reduction interventions based on students’ self-reports.
This literature review describes fecal transplant protocols and highlights the variety of techniques used to screen stool donors; prepare and deliver treatment; and how, despite these variations, safety and efficacy remain high.