Diet not working? May be your genes

Diet not working? May be your genes

New research conducted at Texas A&M University suggests that diets may not be one size fits all, but rather could depend on each person’s genes. “Dietary advice, whether it comes from the United States government or some other organization, tends to be based on the theory that there is going to be one diet that […]

Cancer drugs may be able to treat autism

Cancer drugs may be able to treat autism

Autism and cancer, two conditions that are becoming increasingly prevalent in the United States, currently have no known cure. But according to a new study, these two very different conditions share more than 40 risk genes with each other, suggesting their treatments may be one and the same. “This striking coincidence of a remarkably large […]

Is creativity born or bred?

Is creativity born or bred?

Not only is creativity an individual ability, it’s also influenced by cultural and biological factors. In modern culture, the word creativity has been synonymous with an elite group of professionals, from dancers to musicians. These individuals are touted for their “natural-born” talent, but is this form of creativity born or bred? In Brain Craft’s latest […]

Heart patients’ condition improves with Vitamin D supplements

Heart patients’ condition improves with Vitamin D supplements

Vitamin D is commonly called the “sunshine vitamin” because our skin naturally makes it when it’s exposed to the ultraviolet B rays found in sunlight. Yet, even during the summer months, heart failure patients are often deficient in this vitamin. Seeking to resolve this issue, a new five-year study investigated the potential benefits heart patients […]