Large study reveals how the majority of people can reduced their consumption of sugar, fat, sodium and total daily calorie intake.
Tap water is a simple and effective solution for those who want to reduce their calorie intakes and control their weight in a healthy way.
Continue reading Dietary Benefits Of This Drink May Be Just What The Doctor Ordered
Dozens of health practitioners, scientists and children’s health advocates call for reductions in everyday chemicals in the environment.
Air pollutants, chemicals used in plastic bags, food containers and personal care, pharmaceuticals and cosmetic products are all threatening to child brain health.
Continue reading Children’s Brain Development Endangered By Common Chemicals
Many dairy products — when consumed in moderation –can be beneficial and important for health, but high-fat dairy products have been misjudged.
Eating butter has no link with heart disease or death and may also have a protective effect against diabetes, new research finds. Continue reading The Dairy Product That Is NOT Bad For You After All
Type 2 diabetes drugs used to control the blood sugar levels can also ease this brain disease.
Alzheimer’s disease can be treated by diabetes drugs and vice versa, a new research reports.
Continue reading Diabetes Drugs Also Treat This Common Brain Disease
Excessive consumption of alcohol increases the chance of various diseases, but now research reveals that even moderate drinkers are at risk.
Drinking moderate amounts of alcohol — i.e. less than two alcoholic beverages a day — puts a person at higher risk of two of the most fatal illnesses: breast and bowel cancer.
Continue reading This Level of Alcohol Consumption Linked To Several Types Of Cancer
An international team reviewed studies on nearly 70,000 people over 60 years of age.
Patients with high LDL (low-density lipoprotein), known as “bad cholesterol”, live as long or even longer than those with low level of LDL, new research concludes.
Continue reading ‘Bad’ Cholesterol: The Real Health Effects Will Surprise You
Hundreds of genes are changed by smoking e-cigarettes – what does this mean for health?
The health impact of electronic cigarettes in the long-term is not obvious yet but toxicologists are now certain that vaping e-cigarettes damages many genes, including the same genes which are affected by smoking.
Continue reading Smoking E-Cigarettes Changes Hundreds Of Genes
Long hours at work damages the health of one sex more than the other.
Women who work more than 40 hours a week are at higher risk of dangerous diseases such as cancer, heart trouble, diabetes and arthritis.
Continue reading The Steep Cost To Health Of Working Long Hours Greater For One Sex