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There are a lot of hazards we need to look out for—from cars moving at breakneck speeds to open manholes. However, a greater danger that often goes unrecognized—leaving us unknowingly exposed—is air pollution. Air pollution poses significant health risks and… Read More
There is no better time than now to be a pet owner, according to a University of Alberta study on the effects of pet exposure on allergies and obesity in children. They do advise, however, not to go out and… Read More
Approximately seven million Americans suffer from excessive sweating, also known as hyperhidrosis. It can be uncomfortable, smelly, and downright embarrassing. There is nothing worse than having sweaty pits when at work or in a social situation and having… Read More
Being vitamin D deficient has been thought of as a risk factor for heart attacks, congestive heart failure, peripheral arterial disease (PAD), strokes, and other chronic diseases. It was thought that people deficient in this vitamin could lower their risk… Read More
Feeling tired and fatigued is something we can all relate to. However, some individuals have preexisting conditions that predispose them to feelings of excessive tiredness—more so than the average person. Rheumatoid arthritis is one of these conditions, as due to… Read More
We often associate taking antibiotics with improving our health, but according to a new study, taking antibiotics for extended periods in early to middle adulthood might increase the risk for precancerous growths in your colon.
Researchers found that women who… Read More
Having high triglyceride levels is often part of the criteria when diagnosing high cholesterol, and it also plays a role in cardiovascular disease and strokes. Keeping triglyceride levels down in our blood stream may require the use of pharmaceutical medication,… Read More
If there is one thing in life that every adult wants, it’s probably to be young again. Not just to feel young, but to have boundless energy, youthful skin, and be at the peak of physical health. Sadly, however, we… Read More
Researchers may have found yet another reason that getting the necessary shut-eye is so important, especially for men. According to a new preliminary study, sleep deprivation may be linked to fatal prostate cancer.
A study analyzed long-term data from more… Read More
Enjoying a drink now and then doesn’t do us much harm. In fact, if alcohol is consumed modestly, it may actually provide some health benefits. We can all agree there is definitely a point when drinking too much and too… Read More