Exercise, diet and coffee cut risk of womb cancer

Regular exercise, healthy eating habits and occasional cups of coffee can significantly cut the risk of womb cancer in women, researchers have found. Womb cancer, also referred to as endometrial cancer, is a malignancy that occurs in the womb lining (endometrium) of a woman. According to the American Cancer Society, womb cancer is the sixth...

40 Lawsuits filed against Northwestern Memorial for destroyed sperm samples

According to the law firm Corboy & Demetrio, Northwestern Memorial Hospital destroyed the sperm samples of 40 patients negligently. The law firm was the one which filed lawsuits on behalf of the plaintiffs. According to the release of the lawsuits each patient had filed individually, it was alleged that the cryopreservation and the storage...

Puffy eyes cause for awkwardness? Read on for valuable ‘fresh eye’ tips

Looking tired and aged? Or are you all ready for a party but embarrassed by swollen eyelids and puffy eyes. It’s of utmost importance that our eyes are fondly tended to, protected and maintained to stay healthy. Research reveals that nearly 22% people get puffy eyes, due to the constant stress levels that they...

Lower stroke risk for those who exercise at a ‘break sweat’ intensity

Daily workouts may reduce the risk for having a stroke. According to the findings of a new study, regular moderate to vigorous exercise, enough to break out a sweat, can cut the risk of stroke by 20 percent. The study, published July 18 in the American Stroke Association Journal Stroke, found that men who exercised...

America’s youth exposed & influenced by tobacco advertising

Despite restrictions placed on the advertising and promotion of tobacco products to minors, a disturbing new study claims America's youth continue to be widely exposed to pro-tobacco messages and be influenced by them. Public health advocates have long recognized the impact advertising has in glamorizing smoking to young people, who begin lighting up during adolescence....

Can red grapes and blue berries enhance immunity?

Here’s another reason to start snacking on blueberries and red grapes! The tasty fruits not only prevent problems like heart disease, diabetes, inflammation and ageing but also boost the immune system, claims a new study. According to experts, the chemical compounds found in blueberries and red grapes can strengthen immunity. The researchers found that...

Excessive Soda Consumption Lands Woman in Hospital

Drinking too much soda may well prove to be her nemesis. A 31-year-old from Monaco, France who reportedly drank close to two liters of soda (primarily cola) every day for the last one and a half decades was admitted to a hospital after she had heart problems. Sources familiar with the matter state that woman,...

Go slim with the Mediterranean diet food recipes

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Desirous of shedding those piling on calories? Add some Mediterranean diet recipes to your everyday food list and make a complete and balanced meal. You may be surprised but sticking to the Mediterranean diet food list may help keep many diseases like Alzheimer’s , diabetes and cancer at bay. So read on for some...

Sleep deficit in pregnant women can lead to birth complications: Study

Findings of a new study suggest that sleep deficit during pregnancy can lead to disruption in normal immune processes, which in turn, can lead to certain complications. Lack of sleep as well as poor quality sleep can lead to adverse outcomes like lower birth weight, claims the study. The study, conducted by researchers at the School...

Why does cheating induce feel-good vibes?

Ponder over this! If your lies hurt no one, why does it induce feel-good vibes? Apparently, a little dishonesty with no explicit harm can trigger a “cheater’s high!” According to an intriguing new study, as long as there is no backlash or hurt involved, people who’ve been deceitful or conned others and got away...

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