Soda Is Linked With 2 Types Of Cancer And Heart Problems, New Research Says

According to a new research from Harvard University says that, the more the consumption of soda, higher is the risk of breast cancer, heart disease and colon cancer. Reportedly, the study was printed in the journal American Heart Association which states that, soda is still and has always been a negative impact on people’s health… Continue reading Soda Is Linked With 2 Types Of Cancer And Heart Problems, New Research Says

Sleep Problems In Pregnancy Impact Glucose, Surge Risk Of Childhood Obesity

Research carried by Sarah Farabi, while she was a post-doctoral fellow studying with Dr. Teri Hernandez at the UC (University of Colorado) in 2018 discovered that mild sleep apnea altered sugar levels during pregnancy and was associated to infant development patterns concerned to surged peril of obesity. The study was published in the Journal of… Continue reading Sleep Problems In Pregnancy Impact Glucose, Surge Risk Of Childhood Obesity

Tobacco Firms Fined Billions For Damages By Canadian Courts

Canadian court recently upheld most part of the decision which ordered 3 tobacco firms for paying billions in caused damages. This judgment involved a class action suit that was consolidated against JTI- MacDonald, and two other tobacco giants. These companies had earlier appealed the 2015 ruling which had made them to cough up 11 billion… Continue reading Tobacco Firms Fined Billions For Damages By Canadian Courts

Consuming Too Much Soda Likely To Aggravate MS Symptoms

According to a new study conducted by scientists, people who consume much of carbonated or soft drinks per day are more prone to multiple sclerosis. Dr. Elisa Meier Gerdingh has advised people to cut their daily consumption of such drinks as they are harmful to their health. While speaking to the press, Dr. Elisa said… Continue reading Consuming Too Much Soda Likely To Aggravate MS Symptoms

TV Viewing In Excess Linked To Poor Memory In Elders

Researchers at UK’s University College have declared on the basis of a study that people in the age group of 50 years and above should ration the hours that they spend before the television if they want to retain their memory. They analyzed data from ELSA on around 3662 adults aged 50 and above between… Continue reading TV Viewing In Excess Linked To Poor Memory In Elders

Possible Treatment For Pancreatic Cancer Identified By Researchers Of Utah

Gordon Chamberlain is a 66 years old patient suffering from pancreatic cancer, was told in the month of October that he can live for additional four more months from now on. According to him, side effects of chemotherapy turned out to be too much. His lungs and liver were already affected by the cancer, but… Continue reading Possible Treatment For Pancreatic Cancer Identified By Researchers Of Utah