Diet & Fitness


ecigeratte-oct18.jpg At a time, when e-cigarettes have been getting a lot of bad press, a new study has found a positive association between the number of people using e-cigarettes and the success rate of giving up smoking. The study led by Dr. Emma Beard, UCL Division of Psychology and Language Sciences, showed that...

cancer-aug27.jpg Researchers, led by John Termini of the City of Hope, a research and treatment center for cancer and diabetes, have come out with a new theory for the increased cancer risk associated with diabetes.

burgers-aug01.jpg Impossible Foods Inc. is gearing up to sell its plant-based substituent for ground beef in grocery stores across the nation starting in September.

sugarydrinks-july11.jpg Sugary drinks are associated with a number of health problems such as obesity, high blood pressure, type 2 diabetes to name a few, and yet they are a beverage of choice for many. The findings from the French NutriNet-Santé cohort study suggest a possible link between sugary drinks and cancer.

sleeping-jun27.jpg A study, conducted by Rebecca Richmond of the University of Bristol, and colleagues, which analyzed the potential adverse effects of three particular sleep traits namely, morning or evening preference (chronotype), sleep duration, and insomnia, suggests that being a 'morning person' is linked to lower risk of breast cancer.

burgersfrenchfries-may23.jpg A new study by Tufts University has found an association between diet and specific type of cancers among American adults.

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