Sugar-Free Drinks

Sugar-Free Drinks Cause Serious Dental Problems

A recent study by the University of Melbourne's Oral Health Cooperative Research Centre goes with the argument against these drinks. The research states that these sugar-free drinks we enjoy can actually cause extensive damage to the tooth enamel.

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Study Says: Ditch Sports Drink, Drink Sugary Water For Optimal Performance

Research suggested that drinking a glass of water with a spoonful of sugar is way better than chugging down sports drinks.

endurance exercise

Endurance Exercise is not Always Good for Your Heart

In the pursuit of finding out various instances whether endurance exercise can generate adverse health impacts, Dr. Jeffrey Towbin together with his colleagues at the Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, have been investigating about it.

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Cardiovascular Health: Key Role in Dementia Risk, Experts Reveal

People who exercise more than three times per week have a lower risk of dementia by about 38 percent.

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Food Stalls to Stop Serving Ready to Eat Raw Fish Food as GBS Infections Spike

Chinese-style dishes with raw fish will no longer be served as incidents of GBS caused infections continue to rise in Singapore.

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Too Much of Daytime Siesta Has a Serious Health Impact

We have always known that taking a nap is always good for us. However, an article in the Mirror points out that taking a nap for a long time is harmful for the health according to scientists.

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The Truth About Coffee: Harmful or Harmless to Our Health?

The panel reported that there is strong and consistent proof that shows the consumption of three to five cups of coffee is in moderate range and thus not connected with the high risk of chronic diseases. Moderate coffee consumption can actually be incorporated into a healthy lifestyle.

Moving for Better Health

Some Physical Activities Can Lead to Better Memory Performance, Study Says

Compared to some people who live a motionless lifestyle, a new study suggests that persons or for older adults who take more steps by either walking or jogging can be skilled in memory tasks way better.

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Loneliness Takes a Toll on the Health of Many Elderly People in Britain

A new study shows that there are thousands of older people in Britain who are lonely, therefore making them prone to long-term health problems.

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Take Advantage of Walkable Neigborhoods, Improving Your Health Isn't an Instant Process

People who live in busy areas near establishments, stores, banks and other stores that are close by don't have a lot of chances to walk.

Indonesia Commemorates Buddha's Birthday

"Your Mind Changes Your Brain" How Meditation Changes the Brain's Pathways

Not only does it calm the mind, but meditation also changes the brain.


Your Vision Problem Might be a Hint of a Cardiovascular Disease

Eye and cardiovascular diseases are related.

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Low Carb, Low-Fat and Low-Fat Diet: Study Suggests Which One Is the Most Effective in Losing Weight

Low-Carb Diet Vs. Low-Fat Diet Vs. Low-Fat Diet: Study Suggest Which One Is The Most Effective In Losing Weight

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Depressed? This Should Be Your Diet

Food can significantly impact depressive conditions.

Preparing for Thanksgiving

Avoid Getting Burned During Thanksgiving Prep, Experts Tell You How

As a matter of fact, the records from the National Fire Protection Association shows that in the year 2013, it was found that across the country, Thanksgiving Day has garnered the most number of cooking fires accidents having 1,550 cases of the said incident.

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