Drinking Hot Coffee or Tea Ups Health Risk
Approximately 83% of adults drink coffee in the U.S. And on any given day over 158 million Americans are drinking tea. The benefits versus risks of drinking coffee and tea have been hotly debated for years. However, a recent research from University of London, sheds new light on the health risks of drinking hot coffee or tea.
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Secret to Long and Healthy Life 'Revealed'
A Harvard Public School of Health study involving 500,000 people, claims to have documented how a specific and easy to follow diet, could add years to your life plus, reduce the risk of premature death from chronic diseases including cancer, heart disease, respiratory disease and diabetes.
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Seafood May Prompt Autoimmune Disease
If you enjoy eating seafood, please continue reading. University of Michigan scientists recently disclosed some very troubling findings you should know about. Researchers determined that certain types of seafood increases one's risk of developing autoimmune diseases such as Multiple Sclerosis, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Inflammatory Bowel Disease, Lupus and others.
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Antibiotics 'Linked to Diabetes Risk'
Ever since antibiotics became widely available over 50 years ago, they have been hailed as miracle drugs and magic bullets capable of destroying disease causing bacteria. But, with each passing decade, antibiotics are becoming less and less affective. Researchers now claim, taking just two courses of antibiotics may cause a disease you never ever want to have.
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New Invention 'Claims to End Sunburn Risk'
Sunburn could be nothing more than a painful memory.
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Are you an Extrovert or Introvert?
A new Swiss study reveals how your personality can keep you slim or cause you to more likely be fat. Forget your body shape, metabolic rate and blood sugar levels, what really determines how much weight you carry is your personality.
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