Study: Liver Disease May Be Prevented With Drinking Tea And Coffee

Cirrhosis, a leading cause of death in the U.S., occurs when scar tissue develops in the liver. A new study reveals that by simply consuming a cup of tea or coffee could... Read more »

New Study Reveals Omega-3 Fatty Acids May Weaken Listeria Monocytogenes

Previous studies have identified the many potential health benefits of omega-3 fatty acids, including a decreased risk of obesity, asthma, heart disease and diabetes. Now, a new study has discovered that omega-3... Read more »
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University Of Maryland Using Amish Volunteers To Study Effects Of Secondhand Smoke

Many Amish living in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania grow their own tobacco. Amish men smoke the tobacco in cigarettes, pipes and cigars to keep with traditional gender roles. While, most Amish women are... Read more »

New Study Reveals Rheumatoid Arthritis Tests May Be Impacted By Obesity

A group of researchers from the University of Pennsylvania Health System obesity may impact blood tests that are utilized for diagnosing and monitoring rheumatoid arthritis (RA) in women. Blood tests for erythrocyte... Read more »

A New Study Reveals Being Underweight Or Overweight May Increase The Risk Of Migraines

Migraines affect nearly everyone at some point, with a variety of symptoms that can be debilitating once the pain threshold reaches the maximum level. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), in... Read more »

University Of Maryland Will Use $5 Million For Childhood Obesity Prevention

The American obesity crisis is becoming a familiar topic for the mainstream media outlets and politicians. Many food manufactures are also getting involved, by reducing the amount of sugar in their products.... Read more »