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Juul Twitter Followers Are Teens, Young Adults

The researches find that the  brand of e-cigarettes in the United States by targeting teens with its clever use of social media; a new study suggests. Therefore  Nearly 70% of U.S. e-cigarette sales are Juul products; and most vapers are teens and young adults. The study determined that nearly half of Juul’s Twitter followers are…

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Sugary Drinks and Fruit Juice Increase Risk of Early Death

The study shows that  sugary drinks aren’t healthy, therefore but a new study finds fruit juices are not much better. In fact, consuming them regularly may help shorten your life, researchers say. Because “Older adults who drink more sugary beverages, which include fruit juice as well as sodas and other sugar-sweetened beverages, may be at risk…

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Fast Walking Pace Have a Long Life Expectancy

The research’s find that slower walking pace have a lower life expectancy than fast walkers, according to a new study conducted by researchers at the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Leicester Biomedical Research Centre a partnership between Leicester’s Hospitals; the University of Leicester and Lough borough University. Lower life expectancy The research, using data…

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Sweetened Drink Sales Drop 38% After Beverage Tax

The researches find that  sweetened beverages drop by 38% in chain food retailers; according to Penn Medicine researchers who conduct one of the largest studies examining the impacts of a beverage tax. Because The results; publish this week in JAMA; Therefore  translate to almost one billion fewer ounces of sugary or artificially sweetened beverages about…

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Coffee Addicts Really Do Wake Up and Smell the Coffee

The study find that coffee drinkers  sniff out even tiny amounts of coffee and are faster at recognising the aroma; compare to non-coffee drinkers, new research has find. Coffee is a brewed beverage prepare from roasted seeds; commonly call coffee beans; of the coffee plant. Due to its caffeine content; coffee can have a stimulating…

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Long-Term Coffee Consumption, Caffeine Metabolism

This study aimed to assess the potential effects of long-term intake of caffeine and habitual consumption of coffee and tea on the occurrence of cardio-renal events among an Iranian population with low coffee and high tea consumption. Because These amounts seem to be of optimum benefit. More consumption than this did not change the findings.…

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Tool Understands and Controls Health and Climate

A multi-institution team unveiled a new tool for understanding and controlling the health and climate impacts of shipping goods  a source not only of greenhouse gases but of soot and smog threatening our health. Therefore In the journal; Hertz Fellow Tami Bond (’95); Professor of Civil Engineering at the University of Illinois; and her team…

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You Should Include Natural Sources of Fiber in Your Diet

Interest in low-carb diets such as the ketogenic diet or Atkins has grown in recent years. However, like bad fats” and “good fats”; carbohydrates can also be segregated into “bad carbs” and “good carbs” depending on their sugar levels and fiber content. Studies show that eating foods that are high in fiber (such as whole…

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The Money and Politics of Prescription Drugs

If there’s one area of health care where Republicans and Democrats might strike a deal, it’s prescription drugs. President Donald Trump has floated a plan to cut drug prices. Democratic and Republican ideas abound in Congress, where lawmakers have put more than 40 bills on the table. In 2018, 39 states passed 94 laws targeting pricing and…

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Contract Mechanism That Allow Coca-Cola to ‘Quash’ Health Research

A study of over 87,000 documents obtained through Freedom of Information requests has revealed a contract mechanism that could allow Coca-Cola to “quash” findings from some of the health research it funds at public universities in the US and Canada. The study, published today in the Journal of Public Health Policy; identified several clauses in legal documents…

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Researchers Develop Smart Pill Bottle to Keep Drugs Safe

A smart pill bottle that sends wireless alerts when it detects tampering, overdose or unsafe storage conditions is just one of many potential health applications for new sensor technology being developed by a team at KAUST. Digital technology offers opportunities to improve traditional approaches to issues threatening human health. For example; networks of tiny wearable…

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Protein Supplements Have ‘Detrimental Effects’ On Health and Lifespan

Amino acids have long been praised by bodybuilders and fitness fanatics for their muscle building properties and have even been marketed as the magic ingredient in many “high-protein; low-carbohydrate” diets. When proteins are break down during digestion, they release amino acids, which are use to create the proteins that make up every cell; tissue and…