Health

Premature Birth Could Impact Physical Fitness Later In Life

Preterm young adults have weaker muscular fitness than their counterparts born at full-term, according to a recent study carried out by Finnish researchers. These young adults also perceive themselves as less fit than their counterparts. The study, which assessed muscular, cardiorespiratory, and self-rated fitness in preterm born young adults, further suggests that young adults born prematurely perceive themselves as less ...

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Organic Coconut Oil: The Benefits You’ve Never Known About

Organic coconut oil is beneficial in more ways than one. In fact, you may be surprised at how many benefits coconut oil really has. Besides the health benefits, did you know that coconut oil can be used to make sex even better? According to the Good Men Project, it can be used as a lubricant. Not only does coconut oil ...

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Alzheimer’s Studies: Natural Treatments Are Shown To Be Effective

Multiple studies have been conducted to show the effectiveness of natural treatments for Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia. Would you try anything to help a loved one who is suffering from one of these troubling diseases? Alzheimer’s Association reports that scientific research by the FDA is not required for “medical foods,” herbal remedies or dietary supplements. Although these natural treatments for ...

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US Drops Red Meat Labels–New Law Encourages the Use of GMOs in Meat Packages?

It’s going to be near impossible to find out where your beef and pork were born, raised, and slaughtered due to a new law passed in the United States, reported MSN on Monday. After debating for over a decade, Congress finally repealed a labeling law that required manufacturers to list the country of origin on all food packaging. Consumers worry ...

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Deep Sleep And Alzheimer’s: Erratic Sleeping Habits Prevent Brain’s Clean-Up, Allowing Toxins To Steadily Deteriorate Memory

Your erratic sleeping habits may be setting the stage for Alzheimer’s disease. The lack of sufficient deep sleep has been linked to multiple physical and psychological ailments, but scientists may be close to finding a definitive link between poor sleep and Alzheimer’s disease. Jeffrey Iliff, a brain scientist at Oregon Health & Science University in Portland, insists that sleeping habits, ...

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Goodbye Vasectomy, Hello Sperm Switch: Men Can Turn Fertility On And Off With New ‘Sperm Switch’ Invention

The invasive vasectomy may be a thing of the past thanks to a new invention by German inventor Clemens Bimek. The new “sperm switch” will allow men to turn off and on their fertility by simply flicking a switch inside of the scrotum. The sperm switch invention comes as many men try to take personal control of contraceptives instead of ...

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Dr. Oz Day-Off Diet: Famous Doctor Says ‘It’s Going To Transform The Way You Lose Weight’

The Dr. Oz Day-Off Diet is a new approach shared by the doctor himself. As 2016 kicks off, people are eager to lose weight and get in great shape. It’s one of the most common New Year’s resolutions that people have. Dr. Oz wrote about the Day-Off Diet in a report that was published on Today. The famous TV doctor ...

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HIV Diagnosis: Why Testing For HIV Is So Important

Last week, there was a report in the Sun titled “HIV Hollywood Panic.” According to the British tabloid, an unnamed “A-list star” has been diagnosed as HIV positive, which reportedly has had people talking in Hollywood. The alleged actor in question has a had bad boy reputation and is known for his “womanizing” ways. Now that there’s news that Charlie ...

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Antibiotics In Animal Feed Pose Risk To Children’s Health, Doctors Warn

Overuse of antibiotics in animal feed drastically interferes with doctors trying to treat life-threatening infections in young children, doctors warn. A report published in the November issue of American Academy of Pediatrics advises that giving antibiotics to healthy livestock, in an attempt to promote growth and prevent disease among livestock, is making antibiotic drugs ineffective when the drugs are needed ...

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Coffee Actually Helps Keep You Alive?

A new study posted yesterday claims that your daily coffee may, in fact, keep you living longer. The study, which was posted in the journal Circulation, states that those who drink three to five cups of coffee a day, decaf included, have a 15 percent lower risk of premature death. Dr. Ming Ding of the Department of Nutrition of Harvard ...

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