Health

Drink Up! Coffee Linked to Longer Life.

Drink Up! Coffee Linked to Longer Life.

Here’s another great reason to enjoy that morning cup while you catch up on news. The National Cancer Institute has released findings that coffee drinkers are less likely to die early than people who don’t drink coffee. And before you get snobby, this includes all types of coffee, from the …

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An HIV Vaccine May Being Human Trials in 2019

An HIV Vaccine May Being Human Trials in 2019

Here is some fantastic news you may have missed before the weekend began. A new experimental HIV vaccine is set to being human trials in 2019. It has neutralized dozens of HIV strains in mice, guinea pigs and monkeys, so scientists are hopeful that it will be effective against a …

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South Korea May Soon Outlaw Eating Dogs

South Korea May Soon Outlaw Eating Dogs

Man’s best friend could soon have a new outlook on life in South Korea… A South Korean court has ruled that it is now illegal to kill dogs for meat. Animal rights activists applauded the decision and hope to take it even further by outlawing the consumption of canines altogether. …

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More Melons Recalled for Salmonella Outbreak

More Melons Recalled for Salmonella Outbreak

Don’t purchase pre-cut fruit, friends. In Wisconsin, residents are being warned not to eat Costco’s pre-cut melons and the mixed-fruit salads that include them. Supplied by Caito Foods, the melons have been sickening people in multiple states. Over 30 people have been hospitalized in Michigan, Illinois, Indiana and Ohio after …

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Obesity Isn’t Just an American Epidemic

Obesity Isn’t Just an American Epidemic

When people around the world hear about obesity, many equate it to being an “American problem.” This is likely because there is more awareness about the disease in America than any other country. It may come as a surprise to hear that America is not even in the list of …

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The Health Benefits of Whiskey

The Health Benefits of Whiskey

In general, alcohol does not conjure up images of good health. More often than not, alcohol consumption is linked to all sorts of health problems. We couldn’t agree more that excessive consumption of alcohol may lead to liver damage and other health issues. But is that the whole story? There …

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Health Risks of Running a Marathon

Health Risks of Running a Marathon

For many years, marathon runners have been regarded as a symbol of a perfect health. Many believe that the ability to run 27 miles stretches results in maintaining maximum health. However, the shocking truth is that marathon running is associated with various health conditions despite the general benefits of long …

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