Sugary Drinks May Explain 180,000 Deaths Worldwide Each Year

Sugary Drinks May Explain 180,000 Deaths Worldwide Each Year

Sugary Drinks May Explain 180,000 Deaths Worldwide Each year Marlene Busko | 20th March 2013 Sugary Drinks May Explain 180,000 Deaths Worldwide Each Year Marlene Busko | 20th March 2013 NEW ORLEANS — A large, international epidemiologic study reports that slurping...
Optimal Amount of Exercise for Mental Health Revealed

Optimal Amount of Exercise for Mental Health Revealed

Optimal Amount of Exercise for Mental Heath Revealed Unknown | 25th October 2012 One of the largest studies to date on exercise and psychological distress shows that the optimal amount of physical activity for improved mental health may be from 2.5 to 7.5 hours of...
High Fructose Diet Not So Sweet for the Brain

High Fructose Diet Not So Sweet for the Brain

High Fructose Diet Not So Sweet for the Brain Fran Lowry | 24th May 2012 Diets high in fructose impair cognitive function, but this is reversed when the diet is supplemented with appropriate intake of omega-3 fatty acids, new research suggests. Although the study was...
Energy Drinks up BP and Heart Rate; Calls for Regulation

Energy Drinks up BP and Heart Rate; Calls for Regulation

Energy Drinks Up BP & Heart Rate; Calls for Regulation Lisa Nainggolan | 3rd May 2012 Energy Drinks Up BP & Heart Rate; Calls for Regulation Lisa Nainggolan | 3rd May 2012 The lead researcher of a small study that has found that energy drinks can increase...
Mediterranean Diet and Metabolic Syndrome

Mediterranean Diet and Metabolic Syndrome

Mediterranean Diet & Metabolic Syndrome Michael O’Riordan | 7th March 2012 | Athens, Greece A diet high in monounsaturated fatty acids, fruits, vegetables, whole-grain cereals, and low-fat dairy products, coupled with fish, poultry, nuts, legumes, and a low...