Mediterranean Diet together with Consuming Caffeine May Help Eye Health

Mediterranean Diet together with Consuming Caffeine May Help Eye Health

Study found both were linked to lower risk of leading cause of blindness. Consuming caffeine and eating a Mediterranean diet according to a new study may lower your chances of developing a leading cause of blindness, age-related macular degeneration (AMD). As was shown by previous research a Mediterranean diet which is high in whole grains,…

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How Cinnamon can Boost Intelligence

How Cinnamon can Boost Intelligence

Cinnamon is one of the most consumed spices in the world. It has been prized for its warming, sweet taste and medicinal properties for thousands of years. As found by researchers your learning skills might be enhanced by consuming this tasty household spice. How cinnamon affects the brain A neurology professor at Rush University Medical…

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Cross-Legged Sitting Dangerous

Why Cross-Legged Sitting is Dangerous

Maybe you've heard that some studies show that it is bad for you to sit for extended periods. Research reveals sitting for hours at a time increases the risk of heart disease, diabetes, and cancer. In fact, because it is so bad for your health some experts are calling sitting “the new smoking.” But, new…

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Fight Acne with Food

Fight Acne With Food

Acne can be a problem which seems that no amount of expensive ointments and creams can resolve. But in some cases research suggests that what you put in your mouth may be as important as what you put on your skin. A researcher and dermatologist in Kansas City, at the University of Kansas Hospital, Dr.…

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Lead and Cadmium Found To Be Contaminating Many Soft Drinks

New research out of India has found that those convenient plastic bottles that hold many of our favorite soft drinks could be poisoning our body with heavy metals. The presence of toxins like lead, antimony, Di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate(DEHP), cadmium, and chromium in the plastic of soft drink containers was recently uncovered by India's Drugs Technical Advisory Board…

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Stay Away from Sick People in the Morning

You will likely get far sicker if you catch a virus in the morning than if you are exposed later in the day. Cambridge University has a new study in which they examined the effect of body clock rhythm on viral immunity. Researchers discovered that viruses can multiply 10 times faster if they are injected…

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The Germiest Object in Your Home Is Not What You Think

The most germ-infested object in your house was discovered by the researchers. And it’s very probably not what you think. It's not flooring... It’s not door handles… Even it’s not the toilet seat. Actually, this object carries 200.000 times more germs than the average toilet seat. Dozens of household objects and surfaces in 22 homes…

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Vitamin B12 and Signs of Its Deficiency

Vitamin B12 is water-soluble vitamin. It helps maintain the health of your brain, nerves and is responsible for your red blood cells creation. The vast benefits of vitamin B12 include: Reducing depression Boosting energy Decrease sugar cravings Lowering cholesterol and blood pressure Reduces neurological and brain degeneration Protects against cancer Its deficiency usually leads to…

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How LED Lights Destroy Your Health

LED Lights Dangerous for Your Health! Read why

LED lights Dangerous For Your Health! Energy experts and the public were ecstatic when science introduced LED lighting to the world. LEDs (light emitting diodes) use one-tenth the electricity of regular incandescent bulbs and half the power of fluorescents. They can last for decades before burning out. And they save consumers $100 over the life…

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Walking After Eating Helps If You Have Type 2 Diabetes

A new study shows that a short walk after eating may help lower blood sugar levels, for people who have type 2 diabetes, more than exercising at other times of the day. Postprandial glycemia is called the measurement of blood sugar and it has been linked with heart disease risk. When study participants took a…

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