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Researchers find causal link between cardiovascular health and coffee consumption

Who drinks decaffeinated coffee, is more likely prone to the adverse effects of caffeine, and more susceptible to high blood…

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Working hours deviating from body clock linked to cardiovascular disease risk

The study found that for each hour the work schedule was out of sync with an employee’s body clock, the…

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Combining body shape with BMI better predictor of cancer risk

BMI is a simple way of measuring body fat from the weight and height of a person Washington [US] –…

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Moderate alcohol consumption may lower down the stress signals in brain

Moderate amounts of alcohol may be heart-protective, in part, by reducing stress-related brain signals based on a subset of patients …

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Researcher finds Soybean, linseed oils in cows’ diet improve milk quality

Soybean & Linseed oil increase the proportions of omega-6 and omega-3, which in the right balance play a key role in…

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18.5 million year old vine fossil as new species: Study

An 18.5 million-year-old fossil found in Panama researchers at the Cornell University provides evidence of a new species and is…

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One cup of leafy green vegetables a day keeps heart diseases away: Study

The research adds to growing evidence linking vegetables generally and leafy greens specifically with improved cardiovascular health and muscle strength…

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Study reveals wildfire smoke linked to skin disease

Air pollution from wildfires, which consists of fine particulate matter (PM2.5), polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs), and gases, can impact both…

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Study focuses on designing healthy diets with computer analysis

The studies involved regular measurements of health indicators, which the researchers compared with the predictions made from their mathematical model…

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Obese people at higher risk of a more severe COVID-19 infection: Study

COVID-19 patients with obesity required oxygen more frequently and were 73 per cent more likely to require invasive mechanical ventilation…

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