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Researchers found that a daily intake of about 28 grams of yogurt each day chops down a person's risk to the disease by approximately 18 percent.
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Cancer has been dubbed as a disease caused by various risk factors such as smoking, alcoholism and environmental factors such as pollution. However, a new study from the World Health Organization says that obesity results in half a million cases of cancer ever…
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World’s fattest man from London died at age 44 because of Pneumonia.
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Are you obese? It’s really time to reconsider keeping that extra pound as a new study suggests that it can also reduce your life to around 8 years.
Shares Dec 04, 2014 06:40 PM EST
A daily glass of orange juice is nutritious and can help prevent cancer and cardiovascular disease.
Shares Dec 03, 2014 09:48 PM EST
In a brand-new study that’s just been released in Cell Metabolism, Salk Institute researchers prove that when it comes to health, time still remains of the essence.
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Here are six things that you need to consider when choosing your running shoes
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People who spend more than and hour a day preparing meals are more likely to eat a healthier diet than those who spend less time. A lack of time may be an unrecognized factor in eating healthier.
Shares Nov 28, 2014 10:24 PM EST
Between running and walking, the former keeps you young, especially when you're already a senior.
Shares Nov 26, 2014 11:05 PM EST
A woman weighing 363 pounds lost nearly half of her weight. What is her secret?
Shares Nov 24, 2014 10:08 PM EST
Fast food is embedded in the culture of modern food consumption. No wonder, stores just seem to pop around streets and corners. Recent sales statistics of leading fast food chains all-over America, however, suggests that Americans are slowly falling out of lov…
Shares Nov 23, 2014 10:41 PM EST
A new study dares to challenge our common beliefs about diet: in regard to developing heart disease and diabetes, it’s carb, not fat, that should be blamed.
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