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Drinking High Sugar Beverages Linked with Early Death
Drinking High Sugar Beverages Linked With Early Death? Drinking High Sugar Beverages Linked With Early Death?. Still struggling to kick a daily high sugar beverages habit? New research that shows an association between consuming sugary drinks and death might be the final straw that gets you to give up soda and juice — for good. And if you are still in doubt,...
New Health Study Say Eggs Increases Risk For Heart Disease
New Health Study Say Eggs Increases Risk For Heart Disease   Do you know one whole egg contains an amazing range of nutrients. Eggs are loaded with vitamins, minerals, high-quality protein, good fats and various other lesser-known nutrients. But with all this positive impact of egg to the body, consuming it frequently has  disadvantages. When the news broke last week that a new study...
Can You Learn Anything While Sleeping Deep?
Can You Learn Anything While Sleeping Deep? Can You Learn Anything While Sleeping Deep? If you don’t give yourself the amount of sleep your body demand, then it is right time to start doing so. Because, sleep can lower your blood pressure. Higher blood pressure increases your chances of heart attacks and strokes, but getting plenty of restful sleep encourages a...
FDA: Recalled Blood Pressure Meds Due To Link Cancer
FDA: Recalled Blood Pressure Meds Due To Link Cancer FDA: Recalled Blood Pressure Meds Due To Link Cancer. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued a series of recalls of blood pressure medication over the last 10 months, all linked to concerns that the drugs may be linked to an increased risk of cancer. A worldwide recall earlier this...
Heart Care Tips: Why Are Young People Having Heart Attacks?
Heart Care Tips: Why Are Young People Having Heart Attacks? Heart Care Tips: Why Are Young People Having Heart Attacks? Heart disease is sometimes called coronary heart disease (CHD). It’s the leading cause of death among adults in the United States. Heart disease occurs when plaque develops in the arteries and blood vessels that lead to the heart. This blocks important nutrients and oxygen from reaching...
A Second Person May Be Cured of HIV
A Second Person May Be Cured of HIV A Second Person May Be Cured of HIV. HIV is a virus that compromises the immune system. In the majority of cases, once HIV infection takes hold, the virus stays in the body for life. However, unlike what may occur with infections by other types of viruses, HIV symptoms don’t suddenly appear and...
Broken-Heart Syndrome May Stem from the Brain
Broken-Heart Syndrome May Stem From the Brain Broken-Heart Syndrome May Stem From The Brain. Broken-heart syndrome, or takotsubo cardiomyopathy, occurs when the heart muscles suddenly weaken, causing the heart to change shape. The condition is typically brought on by extreme emotion or stress. Broken-heart syndrome "clearly involves interactions between the brain and the heart." This is to say the origins of a broken...
Supplements Don't Prevent Depression, Study Finds
Supplements Don't Prevent Depression, Study Finds Supplements Don't Prevent Depression, Study Finds. Preventing depression isn't as simple as taking a dietary supplement every day, a new study suggests. According to a post I came across last year, it talked about alternative package for depression. And to me I thought that was all you need to read and follow the recipe if you...
What Are Parabens?
What Are Parabens?   Parabens are synthetic chemicals that are used as preservatives in a variety of products, including cosmetics, pharmaceuticals and food. As preservatives, parabens give products a longer shelf-life and prevent harmful bacteria and mold from growing in the products, according to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Many products that contain parabens also contain one or two other types...
Buttock Implants Linked To Deadly Cancer In First Reported Case
Buttock Implants Linked To Deadly Cancer In First Reported Case Buttock Implants Linked To Deadly Cancer In First Reported Case. Officials from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) are warning that they are seeing more cases of a rare cancer linked to breast implants and they want doctors to be on the lookout for warning signs. However, a woman with buttock...
Drinking Liquor May Be More Unsafe Than Thought For Youthful Development
Drinking Liquor May Be More Unsafe Than Thought For Youthful Development   Drinking is the main preventable hazard for dementia. In any case, there's clashing exploration on how much liquor is excessively. Be that as it may, Liquor utilization might be more hurtful than thought, especially for youthful and middle-age grown-ups, another investigation proposes. For liquor addiction has been known by...
How Fat Diet May Be Bad for Your Gut Bacteria
How Fat Diet May Be Bad for Your Gut Bacteria How Fat Diet May Be Bad for Your Gut Bacteria. The human gut is home to over 100 trillion bacteria, known as the "gut flora." Having a healthy gut flora is incredibly important for your overall health. And according to a new study, eating too much fat may be bad for your...
Blood Transfusions For Aging Cure Are Unproven And Risky, FDA Warns
Blood Transfusions For Aging Cure Are Unproven And Risky, FDA Warns Blood Transfusions For Aging Cure Are Unproven And Risky, FDA Warns. If you think the idea of getting a transfusion with "young blood" to ward off aging sounds far-fetched, well, U.S. health officials agree. As on (Feb. 19), the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) said it was concerned about reports...
Men Who Do 40 Pushups May Have Better Heart Health
Men Who Do 40 Pushups May Have Better Heart Health Men Who Do 40 Pushups May Have Better Heart Health. How frequent do you get yourself engaged in pushups weekly? And if you haven’t be doing so, it is time to begin getting engage doing pushups. Traditional pushups are beneficial for building upper body strength. The ability to do a lot of pushups...