low dose aspirin for preventing heart disease increases risk of bleeding into your brain

Routine medical advice used to be to take low dose aspirin to prevent cardiovascular disease. It isn’t any more. And now there’s even more clarity as to why. Low dose aspirin increases the risk of bleeding into your brain.

stress and insomnia contribute to weight gain and obesity

It doesn’t usually make the weight gain list, but insomnia and stress can make you gain weight.

how much coffee is enough and how much is too much

Coffee can be really good for you, or it can be really bad for you. So, how much is enough, and how much is too much?

curcumin improves fatty liver, diabetes and heart health in overweight and obese people

Being overweight puts you at greater risk of type 2 diabetes and of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD). This versatile herb helps fight both. And more!

lavender and bitter orange improve anxiety in menopause

As if hot flashes aren’t bad enough, many menopausal women suffer feelings of anxiety too. Time to take care of that!

Mediterranean diet reduces risk of bladder cancer

Bladder cancer is a disease primarily of the elderly. 90% of people with bladder cancer are over 55, and the average age is 73. That’s not the way you need to spend your senior years. Whether diet can help you to avoid this cancer has not been hugely studied. So, researchers set out to see if what you eat can help you avoid this kind of cancer.

Tylenol reduces empathy

A shocking new study has shown that while Tylenol is killing your pain, it is also killing your soul. And it’s not the first study to find this.

dark chocolate is nature's perfect superfood

Finally, the health and diet book has been written that tells you what you always wanted to hear (but thought you never would)!

chocolate benefits heart health and blood pressure in healthy young adults

And the good news is, your parents were wrong. Young healthy adults should treat themselves to chocolate!

replacing meat with plant protein reduces cardiovascular risk factors

The science consistently says that meat increases your risk of diabetes, heart disease and cancer.  But is it true? And, if you cut out the meat, what should you replace it with?

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