Junk Food and Sugary Drinks Up Breast Cancer Risk in Teens


A wide variety of junk food and sugary drinks are available in the market and it is quite difficult to keep children off these colas and sodas

10 Portions of Fruits and Vegetables a Day Cut Cancer Risk


So you’ve been trying to follow “5 a day” servings of fruits and vegetables recommended by the US FDA to stay healthy and fit. Well you may

A vitamin Found in Milk Could Treat Chemotherapy-induced Nerve Pain

A vitamin Found in Milk Could Treat Chemotherapy-induced Nerve Pain

Some of cancer therapies can cause significant nerve pain. Now, a new study has found a simple yet effective relief option for patients undergoing the painful cancer

Strenuous Workout May Kill Male Sex Drive – Study


In a new study, it has been found that the amount and type of exercise matter a lot when it comes to male sex drive. The new

A Fasting Diet Proven Effective in Reversing Diabetes in Mice


Fasting and low-calorie diets have become popular among many obese individuals who include these diets in their weight loss plan to lose fat and weight effectively. But

Back Pain May Up Risk Of Early Death in Elderly

Back Pain Treatment

Do you experience frequent bouts of low back pain? If yes, then don’t take it casually as it could be a warning sign that you have an

Excess Sugar May Cause Alzheimer’s Disease, Here’s Why!


You might have heard a lot of times that sugar is not good for our health. Now a new study out of England is giving fresh reason

Heartburn Medications May Lead To Silent Kidney Damage


Do you often pop a pill to get a relief from your frequent bouts of heartburn? If Yes, then stop taking it as a new study has

Eat More Fruits and Vegetables to Cut Lung Disease Risk, Study Suggests

Eat More Fruits and Vegetables to Cut Lung Disease Risk

Another study came out today reminding us how important it is to make fruits and vegetables part of our daily life. Health benefits of eating fruits and

Heavy Drinking May Cause Arterial Stiffness, Up Heart Disease Risk

New Research Links Binge Drinking to Binge Eating

Heavy drinkers, take a note! A new study has found a potential link between long-term heavy drinking and an increased risk of cardiovascular disease. The study cautions