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Coffee: Is It Good or Bad for You?

...showed that high levels of caffeine -- six or more cups a day -- increased the risk of Parkinson’s in wome...t a moderate daily intake of coffee -- two to four cups -- doesn’t seem to hurt and may even help. Source-Newswie SRM...

Coffee-time for Those Listening to Their Heart

.... The team found that women who drank 5 or more cups of coffee (java variety) per week had a 32 percent... heart attack compared with women who drank 0 to 4 cups per week. Yet this was not statistically significant. Still, it could be concluded that drin...

Spearmint Tea To Combat Hirsutism

Consuming two cups of spearmint tea was found to bring down the androgen levels in women. This was reported by scientists// from Suleyman Demirel University in Isparta, Turkey. Hirsutism is a condition which is characterized by growth of excessive hair in the face, b...

Fluids Could Aid in Weight Loss

...ept at moderate levels - no more than two to three cups a day. Beer lovers need not fully strike the beverage from their evening diet, but beer is a poor thirst quencher and contains a lot of calories. Source-IANS/V...

Drinking Tea Could Protect Your Skin

Drinking at least two cups of tea daily can protect you from developing skin ...term drinkers, especially those who downed several cups a day for more than 40 years. Judy Rees, who led the research, said: 'The constituents of tea have...

A Realistic Arm on the Anvil for Injured Soldiers

...redit card from his pocket. He could stack plastic cups without crushing them by using sensory feedback to regulate the force of his grip. The wearer was also able to swing his arms more naturally while walking, all with the use of sensory feedback from the prosthesis instead of vision. 'The Rehabilit...

Cricket Science and Medicine Congress in Barbados

...ished. Australia's dominance in the last few world cups can be attributed to an extent, to the maximum utilization of science, medicine and technology to improve their performance. In Australia, like in India, cricket is a very popular sport. In organized cricket programmes a total of 410,919 people par...

Intake of Cherries Could Cut the Risk of Metabolic Syndrome and Heart Disease

...d in the study is estimated to be about 1 ? to 1 ? cups of whole frozen cherries or a little more than ? cup of dried cherries. People with metabolic syndrome – characterized by abdominal obesity (or belly fat), high triglycerides, low HDL cholesterol levels, high blood pressure and high blood sugar le...

New Health Drink—Coffe

...echanisms as well. People who drank four to six cups of coffee a day had a 28 percent reduced risk comp...esearchers found that women who drank one to three cups a day reduced their risk of cardiovascular disease by 24 percent compared with those drinking no cof...

Kerala Government Sanctions Funds for Chikungunya-affected Districts

... near rubber plantations where farmers use plastic cups and coconut shells to collect rubber milk and leave it open, making it a breeding ground for the mosquitoes. Like dengue, another mosquito-borne disease, there is no vaccine for Chikungunya, and at best, symptoms can be countered through painkiller...

Four Cups of Coffee a Day may Cut Down the Risk of Gout

...rovide compelling evidence that drinking 4 or more cups of coffee a day dramatically reduces the risk of g... frequency responses ranging from never to 2 to 4 cups per week to 6 or more per day to record their average consumption of coffee, decaffeinated coffee, ...

Drinking Three or More Cups of Tea a Day Reduces Heart Attack Risk

...trong grounds to suggest that taking three or more cups of tea can reduce the risk of heart attacks. According to researcher Dr Carrie Ruxton from King's College London, it is a wrong belief that tea leads to dehydration. "Tea is better than water as it contains antioxidants. It does not dehydrate yo...

Feeding Premature Babies by Cup may Not Be of Much Help

...esearchers of Australia has advised to avoid using cups while feeding premature babies as it may not help them much. Traditionally, hospitals and parents have used bottles or tubes to feed infants when breastfeeding was not possible. In some cases, hospitals have turned to cup feeding, in which a baby ...

New Health DrinkCoffee

...echanisms as well. People who drank four to six cups of coffee a day had a 28 percent reduced risk comp...esearchers found that women who drank one to three cups a day reduced their risk of cardiovascular disease by 24 percent compared with those drinking no cof...

Ramadoss to Discuss Chikungunya With Health Ministers of Nine States Tomorrow

... near rubber plantations where farmers use plastic cups and coconut shells to collect rubber milk and leave it open, making it a breeding ground for the mosquitoes. A team of experts from the National Institute of Communicable Diseases, Delhi has already visited the state to take stock of the situation....

Mercury in Antiques can Pose a Hazard - Study

...port: A house in Long Island was cleared after two cups of mercury spilled onto a carpet from an antique clock that tipped over. Four workers at a New York City antique store were sent to the hospital for evaluation when mercury spilled from an antique clock column. A hazardous materials team was called t...

Eyelid Spasm can Be Prevented by Coffee Drinking

...ional to the amount of coffee drank and one to two cups per day were needed for the protective effect to b...y years. They were also asked to estimate how many cups of coffee they drank and/or packs of cigarettes they smoked per day. The age of onset of muscle spas...

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