Although artificial sweeteners help in reducing added sugar content and subsequent calorie intake while preserving sweetness, a study has found that certain artificial sweeteners are linked to an increase in the risk of cancer.
Millions of individuals are consuming many beverage and food
Lab experiment results show that a chemical derived from a compound found in abundance in broccoli as well as other cruciferous veggies could potentially protect against the viruses that result in the common cold as well as COVID-19.
The researchers demonstrated that the phytochemical known as
Researchers have reported results from a phase 3 clinical trial for treating PTSD, or post-traumatic stress disorder, with a combination of psychotherapy and MDMA, a psychedelic drug referred to on the street as “molly,” or “ecstasy”.
The preliminary results indicate that the treatment works eve
A study has found that consuming cranberries every day for 1 month improved cardiovascular function in healthy individuals. The study consisted of 45 healthy men who consumed 9 grams of whole cranberry powder equal to 100g of fresh cranberries daily or a placebo for 1 month.
Obstructive sleep apnea impacts 22 million individuals in the United States and is associated with a greater risk of high blood pressure, diabetes, heart attacks, stroke, and a number of other chronic conditions. Researchers have also discovered that obstructive sleep apnea that is left untreated
According to a study, low folate levels may be associated with a greater dementia risk as well as a greater risk of dying from any cause in elderly individuals. Folate levels need to be regularly monitored and deficiencies adjusted for in older age, particularly considering that blood levels of
According to a study, phthalates have been associated with a higher number of cases of certain childhood cancers. Phthalates are chemical additives made use of for enhancing the consistency or durability of plastics in a wide variety of consumer products.
1. Ginger may help to reduce symptoms of morning sickness
Study finds relief for morning sickness with honey and ginger formulation
A double-blind, placebo-controlled, study has revealed that a formulation that contains ginger and honey is safe and effective for treating morning sickness