Anti-Inflammatory Drugs Linked with Cardiac Arrest - Study
A Danish study has found that the consumption of common non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), such as ibuprofen, can increase the risk of cardiac arrest. The study is the first ever to specifically observe the impact of NSAIDs on cardiac arrest risk. The study’s chief researcher, Dr.
New Study: Are Washing Machines Hotbeds For Bacteria?
However, a new study, based on a unique incident that occurred at a German hospital, reveals that washing machines may sometimes harbor certain drug-resistant bacteria that can affect people with increased susceptibility to illness.
Study Reveals: Some Fireworks Release Dangerous Toxins
The revelation was set off by a high school project The idea for the study was born several years ago, when Terry Gordon, a professor in the Department of Environmental Medicine at NYU Langone Health, was watching a Disney fireworks special with his son.
New Study Reveals: Cinnamon Lowers Blood Sugar!
A recent study has confirmed a possible, very accessible solution for those struggling to manage their blood sugar levels. The research, published in the Journal of the Endocrine Society , found that cinnamon, in large doses over time, could help improve measures of blood sugar control.
Study Finds Nicotine and Alcohol, Not Coffee, Harm Sleep
Everybody knows that a cup of coffee before sleep will keep you awake, and a glass of red wine will put you away, but a new study by the Sleep Research Society reveals that while red wine may make you drowsy, it comes at a steep price to your sleep quality.
New Study Sheds Light on Cancer & Link to Inflammation
But, according to a Kanazawa University study , they may have finally cracked the code between the two and may have paved the path for more effective cancer treatments in the future. But, before you alarm yourself, know that inflammation in the body is perfectly normal.
This Joke Starts With a Bible Study Group Discussing Death
A Bible study group was talking about what they would do in the event that their death was imminent. The leader of the discussion said, "If we all knew when we would die, we would better prepare ourselves and use our time better ahead of the event."
Study Shows: Calling Your Parents is Making Them Healthier
However, what we don’t realize is that these actions, according to a new study from the University of California, San Francisco, could actually be having a negative impact on our parents’ health.
Depression Can Be Eased By Taking a Hot Bath, Study Finds
Taking a hot bath every day could actually treat depression better than exercise can, according to a new study conducted by researchers at the University of Freiburg. Although spending time in the tub won’t necessarily make depression go away entirely, it could ease some of the symptoms.
Recent Studies Show Aerobics Can Help Treat Arthritis
Many studies have been conducted to find the effects of aerobics on arthritis. Two such studies were carried out to determine how regularly practicing aerobics can help RA patients. One was to see the effect on general quality of life and pain management.
Study: Drinking Wine Engages Your Brain More Than Math
According to a study carried out by professor Gordon Shepherd, a leading neuroscientist from the Yale School of Medicine, drinking wine engages more of the brain than any "other human behavior."
5 Fascinating Health Studies You May Have Missed!
We read a lot of newspapers and magazines, but what most of us can't be bothered reading may be some of the most interesting things - the results of medical studies.
Birds Might Have Conscious Experiences, New Studies Reveal
Recent studies have found birds capable of making tools, understanding abstract concepts, and even recognize paintings by Monet and Picasso!
Now It’s Official: Study Finds Gardening Makes You Happier
It is no secret that spending time outside, around sunlight and nature, is beneficial for mental wellbeing, and a new study conducted at Princeton and published in Landscape and Urban Planning confirms there is a proven connection between caring for plants and a positive mood.
Study Says: We Have Found 4 Distinct Personality Types
A new study based on data representing 1.5 million people has found that there are four distinct personality types likely to exist in human beings.
Women Have Better Memory Than Men, Says New Study.
In a recent study published in the journal "Menopause," women aged 45-55 years performed better in memory tests, despite experiencing a decline around the age of menopause.
This Study May One Day Help Treat Chronic Stress And PTSD
The Role of This Study ( Wikimedia Commons ) The test in question was conducted by researchers from Stockholm's Karolinska Institutet in collaboration with VU University in Amsterdam, who wanted to look into the role of a naturally occurring protein, p11, in reducing or mitigating stress responses.
Eating Cheese Every Day Helps Your Heart, Says New Study
The people in the study who did not eat the semi-fat hard, parmesan-like cheese, but rather a fake-dairy version of it, saw no improvement in their blood pressure.
COVID-19: MIT Study Explains Which Places Should Open Last
Among the most interesting data the authors included in the study was the list of places that should be among the last to reopen, as their risk to importance ratio was much higher than that of other public spaces.
Be Quiet, the Animals Are Studying...
We all know animals can be surprisingly intelligent, but what they never show you are the long nights and many hours they put into studying their respective roles...
New Study: Can Plants `Hear` a Threat?
This was reported earlier this month by a new study. The flower plant, called Arabidopsis thaliana, can detecet pattern of vibrations caused by a chewing sound, and launches a chemical defense to deter the voracious worm or other animal eating its leaves.
This Study Reveals the True Dangers of Aspartame
The World's Most Thorough Study on Aspartame This study analyzed data from the Nurses' Health Study and the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study for a period of 22 years. 77,218 women and 47,810 men were included in the analysis, giving a total of 2,278,396 person-years (the number of participants in
Coffee Is Good for the Kidneys? What the Studies Show.
As coffee is one of the most popular drinks in the world, there has been many studies that look into its health effects. Studies have been conducted on just about everything, from how it impacts our immune system, to the risk of heart disease, and cancer risk.
Study: What Are the Most Addictive Foods in the World?
The Addictive Foods Study A team lead by Erica Schulte and doctors, Ashley Gearhardt, and Nicole Avena, looked into this matter by conducting a two-part study. They asked 504 participants what foods out of a list of 35 items, caused the most problems psychologically.