systematic review reveals spin in medical science

Think published medical studies are objective and trustworthy? This systematic review exposes the spin in medical science. . . .

probiotics prevent infantile sepsis

Giving probiotics to infants can prevent one of the most common causes of death in infants. . . .

avocado improves memory and cognition

An apple a day may keep the doctor away, but an avocado a day may keep you smart as you get older . . . .

coffee drinking leads to longer life

The second huge study in a row to drinking coffee leads to longer life. . . .

coffee helps you live longer

Is coffee good for you? It is if you want to live longer. . . .

black seed helps cholesterol, blood pressure and diabetes

A simple, little seed known as black seed is big enough to improve many of the features of cholesterol and diabetes. . . .

kale prevents diabetes

You’ve cooked with kale and put it in your salad. Now you might want to put it in your green drink to fight diabetes. . . .

drugs-gabapentinoids-don't-help-back-pain

Evidence continues to mount that pharmaceutical painkillers that are used for back pain do more harm than good. . . .

meat and seafood increase risk of colon cancer

Want to give yourself the best chance of never getting colon cancer? Recent research has very persuasively added to the abundant evidence that vegetarian diets prevent colon cancer. And now, a new study adds even more evidence that, if you don’t want to get colon cancer, you might not want to eat meat . . . .

vitamin D prevents preterm births

Preterm births (birth before 37 weeks instead of 40) are still very common, and they can lead to complications. The World Health Organization estimates that the number is 15 million a year and rising and says that preterm birth complications are the leading cause of death for children under five. Shockingly, the United States has the sixth highest rate of preterm births in the world. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention say that preterm births affect one out of every ten infants in the United States, and the number may actually be as high as 12%. In Canada, the rate is 7.8%.

But new research suggests a very safe, simple and effective solution. . . .

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