According a study from the National Cancer Institute (NCI) and AARP [published in the May 17, 2012, edition of the New England Journal of Medicine], adults who drink either caffeinated or decaffeinated coffee have a lower risk of death than those who do not.
Coffee drinkers were found to be less likely to die from heart disease, . . . → Read More: Coffee Drinkers Have Lower Health Risk Factors
According to a new study from Lund University in Sweden, foods high in fiber provide good protection against cardiovascular disease, and the effect is particularly marked in women.
“Women who ate high in fiber had an almost 25% lower risk of suffering from cardiovascular disease compared with women who ate a . . . → Read More: Fiber Protects Against Cardiovascular Disease…Especially in Women!
Now that we are approaching the middle of May, Summer is coming in full force.
In many ways the beginning of summer marks the start of sun, sand, and little more down time. With this down time can also come a lot more food and booze too! So, to help you stay on track with . . . → Read More: Healthy Summer Recipes for a Deliciously Healthy Summer
It’s unfortunate, but all of us know at least one person that has been diagnosed with some form of cancer. The treatment, therapy and recovery when going through a form of cancer can be such a draining time both mentally and physically. Since we’ve been lucky to have guest Blogger, David Haas from the Mesothelioma . . . → Read More: New Study Shows exercise for Cancer patients is beneficial