If you’re a regular coffee drinker, a new study might brighten your day. Researchers have found that consuming the popular beverage may increase longevity, and it doesn’t even need to be caffeinated. More than half of adults in the United States drink coffee on a daily basis, with three cups being the average amount consumed each day. Numerous studies have documented the potential health benefits of coffee consumption. One study
The NHS has been ranked the number one health system in a comparison of 11 countries. The UK health service was praised for its safety, affordability and efficiency, but fared less well on outcomes such as preventing early death and cancer survival. The research by the Commonwealth Fund, a US think tank, looked at countries across the world, including the US, Canada, Australia, France and Germany. The US came bottom.
There are hundreds of researches held in the past and are currently going and surely will go on in the future as well. These experiments are in context to sleep disorders, importance of sleep in our life cycle etc. The research usually consists of hours of monitoring in the lab followed by again hours of specialist analysis. Then comes the outcome of bad sleep, good sleep and their psychological &
Do you eat asparagus? It is the plant that could make your pee smell. But there’s many health benefit to eat this plants as it has many vitamins and mineral. Let’s read the Health benefit of asparagus :- 1) It can help you meet your weight-loss goals Not only is asparagus low in fat and calories (one cup sets you back a mere 32 calories), but it also contains lots
FRIDAY, July 7, 2017 (HealthDay News) — There’s good news for couples who are struggling to conceive. Those who are undergo fertility treatment are no more likely to break up, according to a new study. It’s been suggested that the disappointment of infertility and the stress of treatment can push relationships to the breaking point. But a study of more than 40,000 women in Denmark who had fertility treatment between
A group of doctors is warning against a growing trend among celebrities and some new parents that sees moms consume the placenta after birth in an effort to stave off postpartum symptoms. The warning from Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) doctors stems from a case involving a newborn in Oregon, who contracted a strep infection twice. The unidentified infant had contracted group B Streptococcus agalactiae (GBS) during birth