Heart Health

Heart disease is a leading cause of death worldwide. As you grow and age, looking after your heart becomes more and more vital. Here are some foods to include in your diet for a healthy heart. Leafy Greens You saw this one coming. Vegetables like kale, spinach, beet greens, collardRead More →

McDonald's Restaurants run out of milk

Who would have thought McDonald’s Restaurants would run out milk, and thus shakes? If this COVID pandemic and its new normal was not hitting home hard enough, the post-Brexit EU realities have hit Britain even harder. Under the new arrangement, the government implemented changes to the immigration rules and stoppedRead More →

stay energized

Experts say it’s easy to stay energized if you sleep eight hours a night, exercise and stretch for an hour a day, eat unprocessed, natural foods, don’t drink alcohol to excess, and have a positive attitude. Of course, these things are easier said than done. And they are much easier whenRead More →

Education can lead to longevity says a study

A four-year college degree is becoming the key to living a longer life in the United States, a new study reported by HealthDay argues. In fact, education appears to be a more potent factor in determining lifespan leading to longevity now than race, researchers say. In the study, white andRead More →

tea lower blood pressure

If a nice hot cup of tea sounds good to you, there’s even more reason to enjoy one now. Scientists have gained new insight into how tea helps lower blood pressure, perhaps pointing the way to new types of blood pressure medications. The researchers found that certain compounds in bothRead More →

Koala Survival requires $1 billion funding

The Nature Conservation Council today unveiled a comprehensive plan to pull koalas back from the brink of extinction and double their numbers by 2050. It says Koala survival & conservation requires $1 billion funding. The Koalas Need Trees campaign is underpinned by a policy agenda that includes: Adding of 200,000 hectares of koala forestRead More →

Nerve Damage after Chemo - A UNSW study

A low haemoglobin count, older age and high BMI are possible risk factors for developing nerve damage after cancer treatment, a UNSW-led study has found. Being older, overweight and having low haemoglobin levels (fewer red blood cells) could increase a patient’s risk of developing debilitating nerve damage following chemotherapy, aRead More →

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Deaths attributed to high blood pressure or hypertension have increased 11% above normal in 2020, according to statistics from the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention. That’s more than the increase in deaths from pneumonia and flu, coronary heart disease, and stroke, according to The New York Times. New York City hadRead More →