A team of scientists from Imperial College London pulled together all the world’s available population studies that document fruit and vegetable intake. The ninety-five studies included two million people. Their findings, published in the International Journal of Epidemiology, suggest that disease has an inverse relationship with nutrition.
People who eat very quickly do not give their bodies time to realize it is full – meaning they tend to eat more, according to cardiologists based at Hiroshima University in Japan.
The world’s largest, most carefully done study on cell phone radiation, a $25M study performed by the US National Toxicology Program (NTP) studied the effects of exposing rats and mice to cell phone radiation. The rats exposed to radiation were found to have higher rates of cancer – none of the unexposed control rats developed […]
If sperm counts continue to fall at the current pace, humans could become extinct, a new report revealed. A team of researchers from the Hebrew University-Hadassah Braun School of Public Health and Community Medicine and the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai analyzed the results of 185 studies involving nearly 43,000 men.
Pigs fed purple potatoes had six times reduced levels of a damaging protein that fuels tumours and other inflammatory bowel diseases, a study by Pennsylvania State University found.
Naled – the main chemical ingredient in the Anti-Zika bug spray forcibly used in Miami to ward off Zika-carrying mosquitoes last year – has an association with reduced motor function in infants, according to a study published in the journal Environmental International.
Over a quarter of the planet’s population is suffering from fat-related health problems, a stunning report warns. And four million people died in 2015 as a direct result of being overweight and struck by cancer, heart disease, diabetes and other killer conditions.