Tea-lovers, rejoice! A new study shows that green tea and black tea may help reduce blood pressure and maintain good heart health.
The reason for this confusion is a new study published in the journal JAMA, which says that consuming half an extra egg per day may increase risk of CVD events and even risk of death. ...
Coffee-lovers, rejoice! Your daily cup of coffee may actually be beneficial for heart health, according to new studies.
People taking three or more alcoholic in daily life may be at a higher risk of stroke earlier in life than those who do not drink heavily, a new study has found.The observation has been ...
Despite the common perception that good-tasting foods such as chocolate chip cookies, potato chips and sweetened condensed milk is unhealthy and causes obesity, a new study suggests that desirable taste itself may not lead to ...
A new study, conducted by a team of researchers at Leibniz University Hannover in Germany, suggests that drinking mineral water can be a good way to get calcium along with milk and other dairy products.
A new study, conducted by researchers from the University Hospital Zurich in Switzerland, has found evidence that menstruation has no effect on the functions of your brain.
A new study, published in theJournal of Neuroscience, shows that a particular gene may be responsible foramplifying or reducing stress, depending on its level of activity and thus, triggering the risk of depression.
A new study, published in the journal 'Appetite', shows that parents make better food choices if they let their children snack, healthy or not.
Diabetes and Weight Loss: A new study debunked all the notions we had formed about intermittent fasting. It claims that this type of diet may not help you lose weight as people claim.