Age At Cancer Diagnosis May Influence Future Cardiac Mortality Risk

Frequent use of over-the-counter pain relievers such as ibuprofen may increase the risk of hearing loss among women

Adult survivors of childhood cancer may face severe chronic heart conditions despite a huge advancement in the way this dreaded disease is treated in early childhood, found

Teen Vapers May Be More Likely to Become Heavy Smokers


Like many of us you surely have read through several studies talking about electronic cigarettes as the healthier and safer alternative to regular cigarettes. A stupendous number

Stress May Cause You to Drink More Alcohol – Study

Drinking After Learning Can Boost Memory, Says Study

Stress and alcohol use are closely related. Acute stress is believed to precipitate alcohol consumption. Yet, after years of research, the relationship between stress and alcohol drinking

Vitamin D Deficiency May Raise Bladder Cancer Risk


Vitamin D deficiency can increase a person’s risk of developing bladder cancer, warns a study by Brit researchers. Vitamin D is an essential nutrient needed for strong

Lack of Vitamin B12 During Pregnancy May Raise Baby’s Diabetes Risk


Pregnant women are always advised by gynecologists to take vital vitamins to keep their babies safe from certain birth defects. Now a team of researchers suggest that

Want to Lose That Stubborn Fat? Eat Dinner Early or Skip It Altogether

Don’t Skip Breakfast and Eat Mindfully To Prevent Heart Disease

Obese people who are struggling hard for years to shed that stubborn flab can heave a sigh of relief as a one of its kind study has

Eating Dairy Cheese May Protect From High Blood Pressure

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Cheese Lovers, Rejoice! A new study has found that eating dairy cheese may protect you against some of sodium’s effects on the cardiovascular system, such as high

Music Therapy Cuts Depression And Boosts Self-esteem in Kids, Teens

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Music therapy is already known to improve health outcomes among premature infants and patients with depression and Parkinson’s disease. Now a new study has found that song

Early Menopause Ups Fracture Risk – Study


Ladies, take note! Entering menopause earlier than the age of 40 can up the risk of fractures in some women, a new study has found, further suggesting

Sugary Food and Drink May Raise Your Risk of Heart Attacks

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Much evidence has come to light revealing that consuming foods and drinks with added sugar can be detrimental for human health. Added sugar, commonly found in chocolate,