When summer ends and the cold weather approaches we start preparing home to get warm and cosy, but should we?
Older people who turn up the heat at home throughout the colder months are larger around the middle, new research suggests.
Continue reading The Home Temperature Linked To A Lower Waist Measurement
You can love or hate the taste of garlic but surely no one likes the scent of stinky garlic breath.
These days, it is almost impossible to buy ready food or order something in a restaurant without it containing garlic.
Continue reading Three Foods That Can Remove Garlic Breath
Smoking changes more than 7,000 genes and is linked to cancer, lung disease and gastrointestinal problems.
Smoking cigarettes leaves a damaging ‘footprint’ on human DNA by changing thousands of genes in ways which last for at least three decades, even after quitting.
Continue reading The Damage Caused By Smoking Is Reversible
Doctors may one day prescribe this sweet treat, a new study hints.
A small amount of daily chocolate consumption could reduce the risk of heart disease and type 2 diabetes, new research hints.
Continue reading Eating This Sweet Treat Can Reduce Risk of Heart Disease and Diabetes
Scientists are trialling a technique to trick the brain into enjoying low calorie foods.
Several natural aromatic molecules can make foods with less fat, sugar or salt more attractive to consumers, new research finds. Continue reading A New Way To Make Healthy Foods Taste Better Discovered
A headache is a pain caused not only by conditions such as stress, but it can also be related to simpler things like perfumes.
An everyday tension headache is the most common type of primary headache.
Continue reading The 10 Most Common Causes Of Headaches And How To Reduce Them
A five year study on people between 57 and 85 years of age reveals how heart health is affected by sex.
Having and enjoying sex in later age brings health benefits in older women although it doubles the risk of heart attacks in men.
Continue reading More Sex Does NOT Benefit Health For Everyone
Four ways to reduce exposure to toxic chemicals in the household.
Over 90 percent of indoor dust contains harmful chemicals which can cause serious health problems, a new study has found.
Continue reading 10 Household Chemicals Linked To Cognitive Decline, Infertility And Cancer
People say it is safe to scoop up food within five seconds after it has fallen on the floor. Is that true?
Dropped some food on the floor?
Continue reading Scientist Have Tested The ‘5-Second Rule’ For Dropped Food
Heart disease can be treated more effectively with this diet than cholesterol lowering drugs.
The Mediterranean diet may reduce the risk of dying early by a third in patients with a history of heart disease.
Continue reading The Diet That Is Better Than Statins For Fighting Heart Disease