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Daily supplementation of aged garlic extract helps to reduce blood pressure, in people with uncontrolled systolic hypertension.
Most American homes have levels of at least one flame retardant that exceed a federal health guideline.
Three to four cups of coffee per day may help to prevent type 2 diabetes.
A person’s risk of heart attack increases incrementally, and may be elevated within the first year of unemployment.
People with known cardiovascular disease, or diabetes with end-organ effects, are at a lower risk if they consume a healthy diet.
Triclosan, an antibacterial chemical found in numerous personal care products, may contribute to an increased risk of allergy development in children.
To maintain healthy weight at the holidays, think twice before reaching for traditional staples like cookies or candy – and the car keys.
Mercury released into the air and then deposited into oceans contaminates seafood eaten by people worldwide.
Higher vitamin D dietary intake associates with a lower risk of developing Alzheimer's disease, among women.
Eating a choline-rich diet during pregnancy may help mothers to reduce their child’s risk of developing high blood pressure and/or diabetes in adulthood.
Female athletes perform worse than males on visual memory tests, and report more symptoms postconcussion.
Men and women who have a high body mass index (BMI) for a long period of time are at an increased risk of type-2 diabetes
Vigorous exercise raises osteocalcin levels, a hormone associated with bone heath, insulin sensitivity and fat stores.
The risk of coronary heart disease in middle age is moderately higher for men and women who grew up in adverse family settings.
High blood pressure (hypertension) may affect 19% of young adults in the United States.
Researchers have found that children who spend more time in front of a TV or computer instead of playing outdoors have narrower arteries in their eyes.
The way we live directly affects the human body as well as the human lifespan.
British researchers report that positive adolescence years promote well-being in midlife.
A diet, high in fats, sugars, and processed foods in early childhood may lower IQ later in life.
#97 - Be a Social Butterfly
Social and productive activities provide equivalent advantages to staying alive as do physical fitness activities. Harvard Medical School researchers found that people with a chronic medical condition that makes physical exertion difficult may greatly benefit from participating in social activities. Spend an afternoon tea with your friends, play bridge on Friday night, or have an impromptu get-together with neighbors. When you spend quality time with those who share your interests, you establish the basis for a social network that helps you to maintain a positive outlook on life.