• Proximity to multiple fast food outlets may be detrimental to CV health

    28 days ago - By Healio

    The risk for heart disease may be elevated with an increasing number of fast food outlets near the home, according to data published in the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology.
    “Cardiovascular diseases significantly contribute to the global morbidity and mortality. The increased number of people suffering from CVD has paralleled changes in the food environment toward large-scale, inexpensive and calorie-dense food production,” Maartje Poelman, PhD, from the department of human geography and spatial planning at Utrecht University, the Netherlands, and colleagues wrote in the
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  • How to Kick Your Caffeine Dependence for Good

    28 days ago - By Time

    An estimated 64% of Americans drink coffee every day, according to data from the National Coffee Association. In many ways, that's a healthy habit: research has found that coffee may boost longevity and decrease the risk of type 2 diabetes , heart disease and more.
    But when the habit crosses the line from a pleasant pick-me-up to a daily necessity, the equation gets a little more complicated.
    People can develop a dependence on coffee and other caffeinated beverages, such as tea, soda and energy drinks, says Merideth Addicott, an assistant professor at the University of Arkansas for Medical...
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  • Three cups of joe every day protects against cancer, diabetes, heart disease according to coffee study from the U.K

    Three cups of joe every day protects against cancer, diabetes, heart disease according to coffee study from the U.K

    28 days ago - By Natural News

    Coffee is more than an energy boost. It enhances health as well. A study from the U.K. found that drinking three cups of coffee every day prevents chronic diseases, including cancer, diabetes, and heart disease. The study, published in the British Medical Journal, also found that it lowers the risk of an early...
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