The media is reporting that coffee is healthy for everyone, but there are caveats. Here we show the evidence that coffee is not healthy for everyone and at all doses. Plus in some cases, tea appears to be healthier.View More Is Coffee Really Healthy? How About Compared to Tea?
Oddly enough, having knee pain – regardless of arthritis – increases the risk of dying, at least for women. Not osteoarthritis, but knee pain. Learn the difference between the two and why knee pain is particularly risky.View More Knee Pain Increases Risk of Dying in Women
Lifespan has been mystifying researchers for many years. Lifespan is mysterious because diseases and general health don’t always determine how long we live. Having meaning and purpose of life is now being examined. Find out how it can relate to our body’s life expectancy.View More Can Purpose and Meaning in Life Extend Your Lifespan?
Chamomile tea is not only soothing and calming to the nerves and digestive system. It also extends life according to a new study.View More Drinking Chamomile Tea Extends Lifespan
Following a large study, surprise has coursed through the veins of the medical media that milk is not as good for the bones as once thought. But the less hyped impact of this large study reveals an even greater lesson: Pasteurized milk is harmful to our health while fermented dairy such as yogurt and cheese extends life and reduces cancer and heart disease.View More Pasteurized Milk Speeds Death, Heart Disease, Cancer and Bone Fractures
New research is confounding the assumption that vitamin D supplementation will prevent diseases associated with vitamin D deficiencies. Is it true? The realities of vitamin D are explained.View More Are Vitamin D Supplements Effective for Reducing Disease?
Something we already probably know but remained to be proven – research from Swedish medical researchers has determined that eating a plenty of fruits and vegetables will extend our lifespan.View More Vegetables Proven to Extend Life
Recent studies have determined that low vitamin D (25‐hydroxyvitamin D (25(OH)D)) levels in the blood increases the risk of earlier death and greater incidence of…View More Vitamin D Deficiency Speeds Aging and Early Death
Research from the Harvard School of Public Health has found that low-carbohydrate, high-animal-protein diets significantly increase the risk of early death.View More Low-Carb Diets Signficantly Increase Risk of Early Death