Out of South Korea comes a study that correlates a positive effect on the heart for coffee drinking young and middle-aged people. Those without any signs of heart disease who drank 3- 5 cups of coffee a day faired better in scanning for calcium deposits (higher calcium score more plaque blocking the … [Read more...] about Coffee Is Good for Your Heart!
The increased number of asthma and allergic reaction sufferers has lead to physicians to re-examine why. The 'hygiene hypothesis' has been around for over 25 years but it is still a 'hypothesis'. This has been perpetuated by numerous epidemiologic and animal studies. Idea is that the more … [Read more...] about Hygiene & Allergies
Recent studies of lower and middle socio economic groups of African Americans and Chinese men and women showed an inverse association of nut (predominantly peanut) consumption and death from heart disease. Furthermore eating peanuts decreased respiratory disease and cancer. Yes technically the … [Read more...] about Peanuts May Be Good For The Heart
I believe it, don't you? Present day tech resources allowed for a study of TV and flu spread! A joint study just completed by economists and epidemiologists (professionals trained to study and tract diseases) was published in medical journal (BMC Infectious Disease - BioMedicalCentral). A key … [Read more...] about Netflix Helps Fight Flu!
So much nutritional advice out there. Every health professional and magazine tells you about eating correctly, but who can remember which veggie or fruit is important for what? A simple way to impact your health is to eat a combination of colors. Phytonutrients are specific for 'jobs' in the body … [Read more...] about Eat A Rainbow