Red meat possibly linked to breast cancer, study says.
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Pregnant women are often told to eat lots of fruits and vegetables, and it seems quite reasonable because a new study adds to evidence that a healthy diet is associated with a reduced risk of preterm birth.
Survivors of heart attack Click will most likely stay alive nine years later when eating food high in fiber, said a report in the British Medical Journal.
Pregnancy, BMJ, Norway, Preterm birth, Vegetable.
Infertility, Sweden, Linköping University, Health, BMJ, Preterm birth.
The benefits of physical activity had an impact on a wide range of diseases including depression, heart disease, type two diabetes and stroke.
Among the alarms it sounds: The force of laughing can dislocate jaws, prompt asthma attacks, cause headaches, make hernias protrude. It can provoke cardiac arrhythmia, syncope or even emphysema (this last, according to a clinical lecturer in 1892).
Asparagus can be a powerful new culinary weapon in the fight against diabetes. Scientists have found that regular intake of these vegetables are increasingly popular to control blood sugar levels and increase the body’s production of insulin, a hormone that helps to absorb glucose.