Are you pinning your hopes for stronger bones on calcium supplements? Then here’s some bad news for you: these supplements may not have any significant benefit to the bones. Worse, they may increase your risk of kidney problems and heart disease.
A new study has found that drinking coffee apparently does not raise the risk of atrial fibrillation, which is one form of an irregular heartbeat. However, this finding is tentative and does not mean drinking coffee is not associated with other types of irregu…
Despite eating a very fatty diet, the Inuit people do not suffer many heart attacks which was credited to the high amount of omega-3 fatty acids in the fish they age. Now a study says that it isn't the omega-3s, it is their genes.
The Mediterranean Diet has taken the market by storm for the various positive remarks it is getting from both followers and health experts. Recently, a new study says that moderately following this diet could prevent depression and support mental health.
The Mediterranean diet appears to be linked with a reduced risk of developing breast cancer, according to a new study. This is the first time that a randomized trial found an effect of a long-term diet intervention on breast cancer incidence.
Do you exactly know what you’re eating in fast food restaurants? A group has decided to score them based on their practices on using antibiotics on meat and transparency on where their supply is coming from.