Diet & Fitness


Asmall-cup-of-coffee101816.jpg A new study shows that caffeine does not seem to have adverse effects on individuals with irregular heartbeats. The results of the study were published online October 17 in the journal JAMA Internal Medicine. The study included 51 people with heart failure. The study was conducted by separating the people into two groups.

calcium-supplements-101416.jpg A new study found that calcium pills might lead to heart disease. The supplement is said to build up plaque in arteries. The study shows that supplements, not food and beverage items containing calcium, are the cause of the plaque build up. Dr. Erin Michos associate director of preventive cardiology at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore spoke of the issue.

WeightGain-Women-092816.jpg Even a slight weight gain can hurt employment chances of a job seeker, especially women, according to a new study from the journal Plos One. In the study, it was found that people are less likely to select overweight women in a customer-facing job than an overweight man.

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