Aerobic fitness helps aging Brains, Nanotechnology fights brain infection, Prostate cancer tests

Today's Health Articles:

Aerobic exercise could keep aging brains young

A new study shows that aerobic exercise may keep elderly brains young. The findings provide the groundwork for further studies. Engaging in regular aerobic exercise might reverse changes that occur in anatomy and blood flow to the brain that occur with age. Aerobic exercise may be the fountain of youth when it comes to brain health. Read More

Nanotechnology Developed To Fight Brain Infections

Scientists have found a new way to treat deadly and often disabling brain infections, using nanoparticles that penetrate the blood brain barrier. Infections of the brain can occur at any age, and can be caused by bacteria, fungus, and viruses. Read more

Value of prostate cancer screening test not proven says report

A new report suggests that the prostate cancer screening test, prostate specific antigen (PSA) has minimal value when it comes to finding prostate cancer, especially in older men. The report, published in CA: A Cancer Journal for Clinicians shows that routine PSA blood tests result in overdiagnosis of prostate cancer, resulting in unnecessary treatments , psychosocial harm, and treatments that are not needed, related to insignificant prostate cancer tumors. Read more