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Eating blueberries reduces heart disease risk, study confirms

9 monthes ago   |   By Natural News

Long considered one of the best superfoods on the planet, blueberries have been found to have another ability up its antioxidant-rich sleeve: the ability to reduce the risk of heart disease. In a study published in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, researchers found that daily consumption of one cup of blueberries for...
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Link Between Cholesterol Levels and Heart Disease Risk Identified

Link Between Cholesterol Levels and Heart Disease Risk Identified

9 monthes ago   |   By Medindia Health

A strong link between long-term risk for heart disease and non-HDL cholesterol has been suggested by researchers.
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Anxiety, Depression, and Women; Suicide Linked to ADHD

Anxiety, Depression, and Women; Suicide Linked to ADHD

Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, women were more likely to report symptoms of anxiety and depression versus men. However, Black and Hispanic women were less likely to receive... Read more ...

Gal Gadot's Trainer Swears by Sprinter Lunges For a Stronger Core and Cardio...

Gal Gadot's Trainer Swears by Sprinter Lunges For a Stronger Core and Cardio Training

Image Those heavy-breathing, sweaty, heart-pumping moments in a workout are challenging, but they're also so rewarding - there's no denying how hard your body is working... Read more ...

Giving the HPV vaccine to schoolgirls 'slashes risk of cervical cancer by 88%'

Giving the HPV vaccine to schoolgirls 'slashes risk of cervical cancer by 88%'

In the biggest study yet to evaluate the success of the vaccine, experts at the Karolinska Institutet in Sweden followed 1.7million women over 11 years. Around 500,000 had... Read more ...

Soros-backed coalition of Marxists preparing to “fight like hell” to steal...

Soros-backed coalition of Marxists preparing to “fight like hell” to steal the elections from Trump, Republicans

As we head into the November elections, at this point in our country's history two things have become glaringly obvious. One, Democrats do not think they can legitimately win... Read more ...

Patients With Psych Disorders at Elevated Risk of COVID-19 Death

Patients With Psych Disorders at Elevated Risk of COVID-19 Death

Patients with mental illness are more at risk for severe COVID-19 outcomes than the general population, according to a study from a large hospital system. Among 1,685 patients... Read more ...

Lower Type 2 diabetes risk by following a plant-based diet and eating less meat

Lower Type 2 diabetes risk by following a plant-based diet and eating less meat

A review published in the journal JAMA Internal Medicine found that plant-based diets can help lower a person's risk of Type 2 diabetes by as much as 23 percent. This result... Read more ...

Trump, Biden Face Off in Chaotic First Debate

Trump, Biden Face Off in Chaotic First Debate

During the 90-minute debate, the candidates sparred over the COVID-19 response and the future of the Affordable Care Act. Read more ...

More than 4,000 New York children have lost a parent to coronavirus, report...

More than 4,000 New York children have lost a parent to coronavirus, report finds

A new report claims that 4,200 children in New York state have lost a parent or a guardian to coronavirus between March 2020 and July 2020, with 57% of them living in the... Read more ...

Was FDA Lax in Approving Opioids Too Easily?

Was FDA Lax in Approving Opioids Too Easily?

For at least two decades, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has been approving new formulations of prescription opioids without requiring drug manufacturers to gather... Read more ...

Positive Coronavirus Tests Shut Down Two NFL Teams

Positive Coronavirus Tests Shut Down Two NFL Teams

The Vikings hosted the Titans this past Sunday in Minneapolis but, as of Tuesday morning, had no positive test results for anyone on their club, NBC News reported. Read more ...