More studies link coffee to reduced risk of breast cancer
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Did you know that chili peppers could potentially offer a natural solution to cancer?
What happens when you work out too much?
Drinking more water is the key to healthy kidneys, and a new research further strengthens this claim.
Twelve cases are confirmed in Washington.
The Southern Nevada Health District has reported the first West Nile virus death in a Clark County resident.
What’s up with walnuts?
Garlic has been used for medicine since ancient times.
A positive link between intermittent fasting and Type 2 diabetes
Researchers from the U.S. have found that vitamin D can potentially be used in cancer treatment.
It’s a myth that low-resistance, high-rep workouts that promote endurance are the best form of strength-training for runners, researchers say.
A nonprofit focused on improving health care in Nevada released its third annual report card for the state on Wednesday.
More and more people have been paying visits to the nearest forest to relieve anxiety and stress.
How often do you wander over to the sink, fill your glass with water, and mindlessly drink it as you go about your day?
Get active early in the day
Stay in shape all-year round by keeping these 12 tips in mind before you have junk food for lunch. Again.
Hay fever is a condition that affects close to 20 million American adults
Thai medicine’s red physic nut, or wild castor, has a history of use fighting inflammation and cancer
Have you heard of the medicinal plant called red physic nut?
OrganicEye has formally asked the body to remove celery powder from the List of approved substances in organic food processing.
Children whose mothers used smokeless tobacco during pregnancy have higher blood pressure by the time they’re 5-6 years old compared to peers whose mothers avoided tobacco, a small Swedish study finds.
The Southern Nevada Health District has confirmed a fourth case of severe respiratory illness linked to e-cigarettes in a Clark County resident.
When people think about nuts, almonds, macadamia nuts, pistachios, cashews, and pecans usually come to mind.
Magnesium is called “nature’s relaxation mineral” because of its crucial role in helping the body relax.
Most jobs nowadays involve an excessive amount of sitting down (and staring into a screen).
Researchers from the University of Southern California found a promising way to restore working memory in people with dementia.
Linoleic acid and arachidonic acid, the misjudged “bad” fats
Typically, body mass index (BMI) readings are used to determine whether an individual is overweight or obese.
What is Hatha yoga?
Intermittent fasting, can improve cognitive function, physical performance, and workout recovery all at once.
Why is a balanced body pH level important?
The Mediterranean diet can reduce the risk of advanced colon polyps
How can peppermint oil relieve chest pain?
What do turmeric, apples and grapes have in common? Scientists have found they all help treat prostate cancer
Prostate cancer is among the leading cancers in men in the U.S., second only to skin cancer.
The vegetable is a great source of antioxidants and it is jam-packed with vitamins, nutrients, and fiber.
Make it a habit to add fermented foods to your diet whenever they are available.
Both chickpeas and sesame seeds are superfoods in their own right.
Tea is a healthy — and comforting — drink, but adding too much sugar can ruin its health benefits.
Getting to know cruciferous vegetables
Why do you need vitamin C?
Use this formula to make a delicious, gut-healing keto green smoothie every time you’re in the kitchen
Start your day right with a refreshing green smoothie
Research has shown that dragon fruit oligosaccharides have a prebiotic-like effect.
Children with autism who take supplements of vitamins and omega-3 fatty acids may have fewer symptoms than kids who don’t, a research review suggests.
Detected elevated lead levels in water at three schools in late 2017 and early 2018.
Chocolate is a decadent food often associated with sweet desserts and snacks.
A study from the University of British Columbia in Canada suggested the potential benefits of head massage therapy to heart health.
Low-risk pregnant women who deliver in a hospital and receive care from midwives have fewer interventions and fewer cesarean sections
Parsley is full of various nutrients