Milk may prevent breast cancer
A study published in the September issue of the International
Journal of Cancer has shown that childhood and adult milk
consumption can protect against breast cancer.
Genes for eternal life
Why do individuals in certain families live longer than others? Is
there a genetic type that will dictate a long life? Recent findings
published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
this week suggest that this may...
Chocolate for hearty health
Good news for chocoholics - it may actually enhance your health,
U.S. researchers said on Monday at the British Association for the
Advancement of Science in Glasgow.
Healthy diet early in life key to prevent heart diseases
According to a survey from Opinion Research Corporation, 78 per
cent of American parents are not aware that signs of heart disease
begin developing during childhood.
Low-cal diet slows down aging process
Elderly mice put on a low-calorie regime saw anti-aging effects
that researchers say suggests older humans could reap the benefits
of such diets.
Fish for fighting depression
Eating more fish could help people suffering from depression,
according to new research to be presented this week, the New
Zealand Dietetic Association said on Tuesday
Coffee harms arteries, new study
According to new research, the first cup of coffee may damage
arteries, the European Society of Cardiology was told in Stockholm
on September 3.
Purple grape juice effective even at lower doses
According to researchers at the University of Wisconsin School of
Medicine, patients with narrowing of the coronary arteries who
drank purple grape juice daily for eight weeks showed significant
improvement in their arterial function.
GM tomatoes boosted for health
German scientists have engineered a genetically modified "healthy"
tomato that prevents its new genes from passing to other crops.
Flaxseed's role in breast cancer prevention suggested
Flaxseed may protect postmenopausal women against breast cancer.
Scientsits at the University of Minnesota believe this is the first
study to reveal the link.
Sports supplements survey - kids up intake
One million American young people have taken potentially harmful
sports supplements and drugs.
Ingredient X - Black Tea anti-cancer agent discovered
Many studies have implied that the regular consumption of black tea
can protect against human cancers - have scientists now found the
Argentina to develop GM crops, despite criticism
There are no concerns that GM products have a negative impact on
health, a government offical was keen to stress this week.
Herbal Association refutes recent ginkgo study
American Herbal Products Association and the National Nutritional
Foods Association have heavily criticised the findings of a new
study that links colchicine to natural ginkgo.
Soy linked to kidney stones, new research
New research indicates that soybeans and soy-based foods may
promote kidney stones in those prone to the condition, recent
research in the US suggests.