Heartburn Medication in Pregnancy May Cause Asthma in Kids

Heartburn Medication in Pregnancy May Cause Asthma in Kids

Moms-to-be, take note! Taking heartburn medication during pregnancy could increase asthma risk in your babies as they grow, warns a new study by University of Edinburgh in

New Research Links Binge Drinking to Binge Eating

New Research Links Binge Drinking to Binge Eating

Binge drinking is already known to contribute to a plethora of negative health consequences, ranging from an irregular heartbeat, heart failure, heart attack, mood and anxiety disorder

Unprocessed Red Meat May Up Risk of Bowel Disease

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Unprocessed red meat eaters, beware! Consuming large amounts of red meat, especially the unprocessed variety, could increase your chance of getting bowel disease, warns a new study.

Alzheimer’s Drug May Enable Decayed Teeth to Heal Themselves

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Forget those dreaded dental fillings to fix your decayed teeth, scientists have discovered a novel approach to regrow rotten teeth! In a dental breakthrough, researchers from Dental

Mediterranean-style Diet May Prevent Brain Shrinkage

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Benefits of eating a Mediterranean-style diet are plenty, probably we all know this. This traditional diet consisting of large amounts of fresh fruits and vegetables, nuts, fish

Taking Hour-long Nap May Promote Brain Function in Older Adults

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Are you a senior citizen and a daytime napper as well? If so, make sure you take only an hour-long nap as a new study has found

Resistant Starch-rich Foods May Help Control Blood Sugar

Resistant Starch-rich Foods May Help Control Blood Sugar

Consuming foods rich in resistant starch such as bananas and potatoes may help to make you healthier by keeping you full, improving gut health and keeping your

Vitamin D Deficiency May Increase Risk of Chronic Headaches

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Lack of Vitamin D is already known to cause a number of illnesses like rickets, cardiac disease, cognitive impairment etc. Now, research from Finland has found yet

Just 4 mg of Extra Zinc in Daily Diet May Reduce DNA Damage

Adding Extra Zinc to Daily Diet May Reduce DNA Damage

You’ve heard it a gazillion times that Zinc is an essential mineral to be included in daily diet to promote immunity, reproduction health, skin, and vision. Now

Living Near Heavy Traffic Can Increase Dementia Risk

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A new study has come up with unusual findings suggesting living close to a busy road could increase a person’s risk of dementia. The decade-long study is