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Want a Healthy brew? Have some Tea!

...ps of tea every day is, more than convinced of the drinks healthy attributes. As evidence he points out to studies, which suggest that tea helps prevent cancer and heart disease. Also researchers have found that tea helps women in the menopausal age group by strengthening their bones by increasing their bon...

Less drinking less stroke

...ts who drink in moderation – between one and seven drinks per week – appear to have fewer strokes than eithe...iners or heavier drinkers who consume more than 15 drinks per week, according to US researchers. Dr Kenneth Mukamal and colleagues at Beth Israel Deaconess M...

Alcohol linked to brain activity

...l recommendations on alcohol intake - two or three drinks a day as the upper limit - are probably the correct measure as far as the brain is concerned....

Health at heights

...ers of clothing, drinking plenty of fluids and hot drinks (but not alcohol) and keeping well nourished.Maintaining movement to keep circulation up is also advised. In the event of cabin decompression, the crew will have more than the cold to contend with - they will be severely deprived of oxygen due ...

Arterial stiffness prevented by light drinking

People who have one or two drinks a day have more flexible arteries than non-drinkers and heavy drinkers. Researchers at the National Institute on Ageing Gerontology have found another of those U-shaped relationships for alcohol consumption and health. In the U-shaped relationship, l...

Drink alcohol for intelligence

...rch. It is thought that an ingredient of alcoholic drinks may help prevent or restrict the hardening of the arteries which could lessen blood flow to the brain. // However, there are other factors linked to moderate alcohol consumption which could also be linked to improved IQ. The researchers, at the Na...

Cut down on fries

...s not conclusive. But women who consumed their hot drinks immediately after making them were three times mor... the disease as those who waited a while for their drinks to cool down.Dr Sharp said: "It's interesting that the risk seems to be higher with tea than with co...

Dangers of Low Calcium Intake

...m in the future. Children are drinking more soft drinks and more non-citrus drinks than they used to; meanwhile, milk consumption has dropped. The number of fractures among children a...

Alcoholics are prone to disability

... risk. These were people who drank more than three drinks a day, but were not considered problem drinkers. The researchers collected data at four time points over the six year period of the study.This began a few years ago and was concluded that drinking causes the disability. They also found that problem...

Pregnancy should not be confined

...ming beans, sodas and other gas-producing foods or drinks before flying, and should wear support stockings to prevent any fluid from accumulating in their legs. Similar to all other airline passengers, pregnant women are also advised to move their legs periodically during their flight to prevent blood clots...

Protein and fat improve memory

...ests after consuming carbohydrate, fat and protein drinks of equal calories compared to a placebo with no food energy, regardless of the drinks’ effects on blood glucose levels. The positive results occurred in verbal recall tests administered 15 minutes after the participants - 11 males and 11 females, ag...

Moderate alcohol consumption protects against dementia

...moderate alcohol consumption between one and three drinks a day may protect against dementia. The adverse e...d best were people who drank between one and three drinks a day. They had a 42 percent lower risk of developing dementia than the nondrinkers. Researchers s...

Science of swooning

Blackouts after a couple of drinks is a common problem for heavy drinkers and the scientist have found a solution which was a mystery until now.It may support the potentialities of a night out. Researchers at the University of Ohio College of Medicine and the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota...

Alcohol decreases risk of dementia

...w that moderate alcohol consumption - one to three drinks a day - reduces cardiovascular risk. Since blood vessel disease also affects the brain, might alcohol also protect against dementia. According to this study, the report on alcohol is part of the long-running Rotterdam Study, which is following over...

Heavy Drinking Raises Risk of Liver Cancer

... infection approximately doubles if he or she also drinks alcohol regularly," Donato noted. "Prudently, they should totally abstain from drinking alcohol."...

Drink more fluids during exercise

...ng to athletics, water is far better than 'energy' drinks for keeping you hydrated during exercise. During s...egular drinks. There are a lot of so-called energy drinks around, which seem to promise to help your performance and banish fatigue. The questions arises whet...

Drinking adequate amounts of water

...wisdom - experiments show that caffeine-containing drinks also contribute to water balance as do weak alcoholic drinks like beer. Drinking 8 by 8 could even be dangerous or unhealthy. Water, believe it or not, can be ...

Keep fit with salads

...unching cucumber or carrot sticks along with their drinks instead of fried snacks. You can serve a healthy curd dip along with the salad sticks. While choosing vegetables for a salad we have to keep in mind that they should be fresh. No amount of maneuvering can disguise an overripe tomato or a limp lettuc...

Effect of alcohol drinking on breast cancer

...onal daily drink increases the risk by 7%. By four drinks a day, a woman's risk goes to 30%. Smoking however, did not make the risk worse. The researchers who also studied the life time risk of women, who drink, by age 80 found that while a non-drinker's chances were one in 11, a heavy drinker had about a o...

Good news for moderate alcohol drinkers!

...l cardiac benefit to those who drank more than two drinks per day. The article though raising the morale of many alcohol consumers, included a warning from Claude Lenfant, MD, director of the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute, who warned that members of the public who do not already drink could try ...

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