Green tea may slow prostate cancer development

Natural beverages such as green tea are enjoyed around the world and there have been recent scientific developments that indicate this beverage may promote prostate health. A recent study published in the journal Cancer Prevention Research looked at how active compounds found in green tea affected serum biomarkers in 26 men aged between 41 and

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Which Nutrients Are Good For Heart Health?

Nearly every vitamin and mineral that humans consume contributes to a healthy heart in some way, no matter how indirectly. However, in light of National Cholesterol Education Month, the Hotze Health and Wellness Center (HHWC) has released a list of nutrients that are especially vital for cardiovascular well-being. – Omega-3 fatty acids: These molecules are

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Fruit Fly Research Sheds Light On Human Bloating, Constipation

Feces collected from genetically modified fruit flies may help researchers explain why pregnant women experience bloating and constipation, as well as pointing to an association between calorie absorption and lifespan. A study published in the journal Cell Metabolism found that fruit flies, whose intestinal neurons are very similar to those of humans, have difficulty with

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Vitamin D Supplement May Help To Promote Better Heart Health

In a recent study, scientists from the University of California, Davis discovered that some individuals who reside in northern California living with metabolic syndrome also have insufficient levels of vitamin D. According to the American Heart Association (AHA), a person with metabolic syndrome could have high blood pressure, be overweight or their body could improperly

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Doctor: Impotence could signify heart problems

The medical community is being urged by an expert in the field to treat erectile dysfunction as a potential indicator of heart disease. British urologist Dr. Geoffrey Hackett published an article in the British Medical Journal claiming that impotence can signal problems two to three years before a heart attack occurs. Erectile dysfunction boosts men’s

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