A recent study has found that stress is especially harmful for women.
Scientists have discovered an ancient therapy that could help patients struggling with type 2 diabetes.
A recent study found that vegetables like broccoli improve gut health.
We’ve known for years that sugar feeds cancer cells. Now, scientists are starting to learn why.
A recent study found that magnesium can help protect against type 2 diabetes.
A recent study found that just one cup of green tea per day provides impressive protection against Alzheimer’s disease.
A recent study has shown that potassium can help reverse heart disease in people who eat high-fat diets.
Scientists have uncovered a surprising connection between breast cancer and bacteria.
A recent study just found that people with low calcium levels are at a much greater risk of having a sudden cardiac arrest.
A recent study showed that consuming high amounts of sugar can increase the risk of cardiovascular disease—even in otherwise healthy people.
The CDC put together a report that reveals a shocking link between obesity and cancer.
A recent study has proven once and for all that eggs do not cause heart disease.
Zinc is well-known as being a natural cold remedy, but studies show that it could also help combat a leading cause of cancer deaths.
The biggest culprit behind antibiotic resistance isn’t a drug from the pharmacy; it’s something from the grocery store.
A recent study found that curcumin could help combat an extremely aggressive form of cancer.
A recent study published in the Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry found that purple potatoes contain compounds that lower the risk of colon cancer.
A recent study found a close connection between vitamin C intake and cognitive function.
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