A new study reveals that people living in poverty are at a higher death risk than obese people and alcoholics.
We all have been told time and again that these processed foods are not too beneficial for health, but a recent revelation by a new research gives us more reasons to worry and shun these ...
Include more fresh and dried chilli pepper in your diet as eating spicy foods daily has now been linked to a lower risk of death from cancer, heart and lung diseases and diabetes.
Coronavirus Update: A recent scientific study linked low level of zinc in the body to higher death risk in people grappling with COVID-19.
Those who are overweight need not worry - it does not necessarily carry a higher death risk, say researchers from the University of California-Davis.Compared to those with normal weight, people who were overweight or obese ...
According to a new study, men and women with at least one child had lower death risks than those without. And fathers gained more in life expectancy than mothers.
According to a recent study, led by the Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville, Tennessee, diabetes has significantly increased the risk of premature death, especially in women and middle-aged people.
Consuming nuts at least seven times a week can reduce risk of death from any cause by 20 percent, says a new study.The study, published in the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM), also establishes ...
Consumption of two-three units of alcohol every day was associated with a 77 percent lowered risk of death compared with a tally of one or fewer daily unit.
A study suggests that Type 2 diabetes is linked with a 26 percent increase in the risk of death from cancers of either thyroid, kidney, liver and prostate amongst Asians.