A Low Carb Diet Might Pose an Increased Morality Risk
A study by The Lancet of Health suggests that a low carb diet, commonly seen as healthy, might pose an increased morality Read more
Drink Enough Water? Even 1% Dehydration Could Be Slowing Your Mental Processes
Athletes have always stressed the importance of proper hydration for optimal physical performance.  Now there’s new evidence emerging that shows that a little dehydration can Read more
This Study Says Coffee Drinkers Live Longer, But Is There More to It?
  People who drink coffee live longer The latest in the dizzying back-and-forth debates about coffee is offered in an article by F. Perry Wilson MD, July 02, 2018 published Read more
Diet and exercise could increase brain blood flow in type 2 diabetes
Eating a healthy diet and getting regular exercise can help prevent poor blood circulation to the brain in people with type 2 Read more
Want to Avoid Salt? Turn Up the Spice
If your taste buds lean toward spicy, you might be doing your heart a favor, new research Read more
Flax seed: the best two bites for your health
These tiny seeds help to combat cancer, diabetes, high cholesterol, autoimmune and neurological conditions and aid in weight Read more
Pre-Pregnancy Vitamin D Intake Reduces Gestational Diabetes Risk
Vitamin D insufficiency is common in pregnant women; pre-pregnancy vitamin D supplementation may help them avoid gestational diabetes, per a new study. Read more at Diabetes In Control
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