Too Much Vitamin D can be Harmful for Seniors According to New Research
Jan 06, 2016 A new study carried out by researchers from Switzerland revealed how vitamin D can be dangerous for senior citizens. Based on their findings, taking too much vitamin D can increase the risk of falling among older adults.
Most People Ignore Dangerous Symptoms of Cardiac Arrest According to New Study
Dec 28, 2015 A new study carried out by medical researchers revealed that many people ignore or accidentally miss the warning signs of cardiac arrests. According to the researchers, these symptoms sometimes appear weeks or even months before people feel the full effects of this condition.
Cases of Breast Cancer Among Men on the Rise
Oct 09, 2015 Medical experts warned that the number of breast cancer cases among males is consistently increasing in the U.S. Although instances of this disease affecting men are still considered rare, it should still be considered as a serious health issue.
How Extra Cups of Coffee Can Protect You Against Skin Cancer
Jan 22, 2015 Researchers from the National Cancer Institute revealed through a recent study that drinking more than one cup of coffee a day can lower people's risk of contracting skin cancer. The study claims that the ingredients found in coffee can prevent the development of melanoma.
Health News: Prevalence of Asthma in Inner Cities a Myth According to Researchers
Jan 22, 2015 Researchers from the John Hopkins University debunked the notion that asthma is more common in inner-city areas as compared to suburban or rural neighborhoods. Based on their findings, demographic-based factors are stronger indicators of asthma prevalence than the type of neighborhood people live in.