Tuesday, November 29, 2022

Survival Tip: Heart Attack Patients Need To Be Cooled

Aug 5, 2009 by KJ Mullins In what could seem like a tale from of a science fiction book. the best way to protect a...

Beetroot juice boosts stamina, new study shows

Drinking beetroot juice boosts your stamina and could help you exercise for up to 16% longer. A University of Exeter led-study, published today (Thursday...

Herbal Viagra Recalled In Singapore

Tadalafil, a pharma ingredient commonly used in Viagra-like drugs by men with erection problems, has been detected in a herbal supplement by Singapore health...

Chemicals Found In Fruit And Vegetables Offer Dementia Hope

A group of chemicals found in many fruits and vegetables, as well as tea, cocoa and red wine, could protect the brain from Alzheimer’s...

Lack Of Sleep More Dangerous For Women Than Men

Women who get less than eight hours sleep a night are at higher risk of heart disease and heart-related problems than men with the...

Few Survive Cardiac Arrest, Even With Hospital CPR

As the recent death of Michael Jackson has shown, few patients in cardiac arrest survive, even when given CPR by a trained health professional....

Traditional Chinese Herbs For Arthritis

Arthritis is a generic term for more than 100 different disorders, such as osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, gout and fibromyalgia. Osteoarthritis, or wear-and-tear arthritis, is the most prevalent and disabling of all chronic conditions, affecting approximately 80 percent of all U.S. adults over 65.

Asthma Symptoms Linked to Elevated Allergen Levels in Home

Results from a new national survey demonstrate that elevated allergen levels in the home are associated with asthma symptoms in allergic individuals. The study...

Calming Stomach And Gastric Upset

The gastrointestinal tract has two primary nutritional functions. The stomach, or gastric region, starts the process of digestion, preparing food for assimilation in the small intestines. The intestines sort through the digested components so they can be absorbed into the bloodstream, or passed through the alimentary canal to be excreted.