Adults who eat more than 50g of chili a day 'face a higher risk of memory loss'
A study of more than 4,500 people by Qatar University found that eating lots of chili was linked to a 56 per cent decline in memory over 15 years. This may be due to its...
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Eating a Spicy Diet Could be Linked to Dementia: Study
Eating a spicy diet could be linked to dementia as a new study finds that memory decline is more significant in chili lovers.
5 hours ago - Medindia Health
Warning to those wanting to spice up their lives
Think twice before adding that extra kick of chili sauce or chopped jalapeno to your meal. New research shows a spicy diet could be linked to dementia.
23 hours ago - ScienceDaily
Health Risks for Intake of Red Chili With Carbofuran Pesticide Less Likely
Consumption of residues of carbofuran pesticide, a plant protection product in red chili is not likely to cause health risks.
6 days ago - Medindia Health - 2 articles
Carbofuran in red chili unlikely to cause health risk
Carbofuran is a plant protection product which can be used against certain insects, mites, ticks and nematodes.
6 days ago - News Medical - 2 articles
What to Know About Alexa Demie, Who Plays Maddy on Euphoria
Alexa Demie, our favorite chili-spilling, C-word-dropping Euphoria character says Maddy is "female Patrick Bateman."
8 days ago - Mens health
Food Type and Lentil Variety Affect Satiety Responses but Not Food Intake in Healthy Adults When Lentils Are Substituted for Commonly Consumed Carbohydrates
ABSTRACTBackgroundLentils have potential to increase satiety and may contribute to a body weight management strategy; however, the effects on satiety of replacing common food...
21 days ago - Journal of Nutrition
19 Keto Ground Beef Recipes
A special thanks to Courtney Hamilton at Paleohacks.com for today's keto recipe roundup. There are so many comfort foods that use ground beef in a starring role. Think...
25 days ago - Mark's Daily Apple
Milk: Best drink to reduce burn from chili peppers
People who order their Buffalo wings especially spicy and sometimes find them to be too 'hot,' should choose milk to reduce the burn, according to researchers, who also suggest...
27 days ago - ScienceDaily
Synthetic chili pepper extract gets EFSA approval
The European Food and Safety Authority finds no safety concerns with the Novel Food phenylcapsaicin, a synthetic chemical compound of the chili pepper extract capsaicin.
1 month ago - NutraIngredients-USA
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Malaria Resistant to First Line Drugs Spreading in Asia
New study reveals the importance of ongoing genomic surveillance to inform public health malaria control strategies.
Paleo Diet Could Raise Your Risk of Heart Disease
People who follow the paleo diet or caveman diet have twice the amount of a key blood biomarker associated closely with heart disease, finds a new study.
Affordability of Healthy Vs Unhealthy Foods Leads to Malnutrition Obesity
A new study shows that the affordability of both healthy and unhealthy foods varies significantly and systematically around the world.
Helicopter Transport for Stroke Patients Reduces Time to Surgery: Study
Transferring a patient through a helicopter ambulance to a hospital that can perform a thrombectomy will more likely provide the patient with the best chance of recovering from...
Suicides, Overdose Deaths Increase Due to Workplace Injuries
A study shows that a workplace injury can almost triple the combined risk of suicide and overdose death among women, and increases the risk by 50 percent among men.
Molecular Component in Cilantro can Reduce Seizures: Study
New study explains the molecular action of cilantro as a highly potent KCNQ channel activator that can prevent convulsions.
Neonatal Opioid Withdrawal Linked to Increased Length of Stay Due to Poverty
Prenatal exposure to opioids due to addiction of mothers to these substances leads to withdrawal symptoms in neonates, and there is longer hospital stay due to poverty in these...
Watch Out: Obstructive Sleep Apnea can Make Depression Treatment Ineffective
Depression treatment can be less effective or ineffective due to obstructive sleep apnea , reveals a new study.
Delay in Chemotherapy After Breast Cancer Surgery may Reduce Survival
Breast cancer patients with delayed treatment are shown to have poor survival rates. The delay, a quality measure is defined as greater than 120 days from breast cancer...
Exosomes may Hold the Key to Diagnosing, Treating Developmental Brain Disorders
Exosomes are small vesicles secreted by all cells in the brain may hold the answer to diagnosing and treating developmental brain disorders, reveals a new study.