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Fact and fiction about quitting smoking you should know

Fact and fiction about quitting smoking you should know

Tobacco smoking is an unhealthy lifestyle habit, and it is the leading preventable cause of death in the United States. Previous research has found that...
Getting healthy food with Medicare or Medicaid could benefit your health

Getting healthy food with Medicare or Medicaid could benefit your health

In a new study, researchers found that prescribing healthy food in Medicare or Medicaid could help save money and improve health. They found that healthy...
Can 5G harm our health

Can 5G harm our health?

The fast 5G mobile communication technology can be exciting, but is it safe? 5G mobile technology promises a ten-fold increase in data transmission rates compared...
Quitting smoking could benefit your heart and brain

Quitting smoking could benefit your heart and brain

In two new studies, researchers found quitting smoking can bring two big health benefit: lower heart disease risk and better brain functions. It is known...
Secondhand smoke may harm your kidney health

Secondhand smoke may harm your kidney health

In a new study, Korean researchers found that exposure to secondhand smoke is linked to a higher risk of chronic kidney disease. It is known...
When Driver is distracted, car crash risk is 29 times higher

When driver is distracted, car crash risk is 29 times higher

A new study has shown that when drivers are distracted, they will be 29 times more likely to have a car accident in a...
Vaping vs. smoking cannabis- Which is safer

Vaping vs. smoking cannabis: Which is safer?

A recent study from Johns Hopkins Medicine has shown that compared with smoking cannabis, vaping cannabis could increase short-term anxiety, paranoia, memory loss, and...

This chemical in soap and toothpaste could make germs harder to kill

In a new study, researchers found a common chemical in soap and toothpaste may actually make germs stronger. The chemical is called triclosan, and it...
Opioid deaths jump fourfold in 20 years in the U.S.

Opioid deaths jump fourfold in 20 years in the U.S.

A new study has shown that opioid-related deaths in the U.S. have jumped fourfold in the past 20 years. In addition, the epidemic has shifted...
Sugary drink consumption down 50% in Berkeley after soda taxes

Sugary drink consumption down 50% in Berkeley after soda taxes

A new study from UC Berkeley has shown that consumption of sugary drinks in Berkeley's diverse and low-income neighborhoods dropped more than 50% three...

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These two types of drugs are linked to dementia

These two types of drugs are linked to dementia

In a recent study from the University of East Anglia, researchers find that long-term use of anticholinergic antidepressants is linked to a higher risk...

Scientists confirm the main cause of dementia

In a recent study, researchers confirmed they discovered the main cause of dementia. The researchers suggest that the build-up of urea in the brain to...

For older people, weight training is more important than cardio exercise

In a recent study from Wake Forest University, researchers found that weight training is more effective than cardio for older people. It is known that...
Three common drugs linked to high dementia risk

Three common drugs linked to high dementia risk

In a recent study, researchers found long-term use of two antidepressants is linked to a higher risk of dementia. In addition, drugs prescribed for bladder...

Three common prescribed drugs may increase stroke risk by 60%

In a recent study, researchers from the University of Aberdeen found that drugs routinely prescribed for allergies, heart disease and Parkinson’s are linked to...