The analysis finds that eating two servings of red meat, processed meat or poultry per week was linked to a 3% to 7% higher risk of heart disease.
Something as simple as the geographic area in which you live contribute to your risk of developing heart diseases, strokes and diabetes, says study. High-altitude living could help.
According to a new study, sedentary lifestyle, unhealthy diet, drinking, smoking, etc can increase risk of colorectal cancer or colon cancer.
The risk to human population from avian influenza sub-type H5N8 is "low" but the government has issued advisories to states and Union Territories to minimise bird-human interface as a matter of "abundant caution".
France widened "high risk" restrictions to the entire country after the detection of several cases of the highly pathogenic H5N8 avian flu strain.
In order to reduce the risk of developing cancer, a person should eat more than 10 portions of green leafy vegetables and fruits a day, suggest a recent study.
Fish can be a great food, and so can oysters, lobsters and crabs! It is surely a non-vegetarian's culinary paradise along with being healthy. But it may come with various risks too!
The study has said that while vegan and vegetarian diets may be linked with lower risk of heart diseases, they might be linked with higher risk of stroke.
Older men with clogged arteries who took testosterone therapy seemed to have a lower risk of heart attacks than men who did not, revealed a study.
It's time to limit your red meat consumption as it is now being associated with an increased risk of death.