Drinks That Help You Sleep

Drinks That Help You Sleep

Night sleep is overlooked as an essential part of human health. Researchers suggest that people aged 16-60 get at least 7 to 9 hours of sleep every night. Too less, as well as too much sleep, is related to an increased risk of heart disease, diabetes, depression,  and even death. But proper sleeping for recommended hours doesn’t always come easy. Cherry juice helps to improve your sleep. Cherry fruits have different flavors, depending on their variety. Cherries are tart, sour, sweet, and grow in various shades, including red, purple, and…

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High Trans Fat Diet Increases The Risk of Alzheimer’s Disease

High Trans Fat Diet Increases The Risk of Alzheimer’s Disease

A new study suggests that people with high levels of Trans fat in their blood are more likely to be diagnosed with Alzheimer. There is harmful cognitive outcome related to diet that has high Trans fat content said, neurologist Neelum T Aggarwal.  Diet with high Tran’s fat is a major concern for cardiovascular diseases. The diet and blood tests of around 1600 Japanese people were followed for over 10 years in the research. After analyzing the factors, which can affect the risk of Alzheimer’s, researchers have found out that people…

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Adoption of CRISPR Technique for the 1st time in the US for Treatment of Genetic Disorder

Adoption of CRISPR Technique for the 1st time in the US for Treatment of Genetic Disorder

Gene editing also called as Genome editing is a group of technologies which gives the ability to change an organism’s DNA. The techniques permit genetic material to be more, altered, or remove from a particular location in the genome. Several approaches have been developed, but a recent one is known as CRISPR. The CRISPR is cheaper, faster, more efficient, and more accurate than other genome editing methods existing. CRISPR has been used in plant and animal species in the USA. The experimental research by the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia…

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PCRM Doctors Urge FDA to Warn Against Breast Cancer on Cheese

PCRM Doctors Urge FDA to Warn Against Breast Cancer on Cheese

On account of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, doctors of PCRM (Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine) are demanding the U.S. FDA place a warning tag on Cheese. Breast cancer is one of the most extensively known diseases in the US. As per the US CDC, in 2016, more than 41,000 women have died due to the illness, in America. Thus the Washington-based advocacy organization urges the label should warn against the risk of breast cancer and the risk of death. Besides, the non-profit research organization has filed the request on 3…

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Man Lost Parts of Limbs and Arms due to Infection from Dogs Saliva – Still Loves His Dog

Man Lost Parts of Limbs and Arms due to Infection from Dogs Saliva – Still Loves His Dog

A man contracted a rare disease from his Dog and almost died due to the infection. Greg Manteufel, 45 contracted infection, and condition named capnocytophaga from his Dog Ellie’s saliva and was on the deathbed. A rare disease that infects only the people with the compromised immune system can take the life of the patient. When Greg contracted with the disease, he lost parts of his limb, arms, and nose skin due to the infection. After surviving, he still loves his Dog Ellie unconditionally despite being the reason for lying…

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Avoid using mouthwash to retain benefits of exercise

Avoid using mouthwash to retain benefits of exercise

A study was conducted recently by researchers at Plymouth University, UK, which stated that inadvertent gulping of mouthwash could reduce benefits of exercise. When we exercise, the diameter of the blood vessel broadens and helps keep blood pressure down. Even after a few hours of working out, blood pressure is below average which is also called post-exercise hypotension. There is no concrete reason as to why it happens. When we exercise, our body produces more nitric oxide which enlarges our blood vessels. The research emphasizes the importance of bacteria in…

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America’s Kids are in Danger Owing to Excess Drinking to Blacking Out

America’s Kids are in Danger Owing to Excess Drinking to Blacking Out

The problematic and pervasive culture among teenager and youth in America is increasing rapidly. In America, at college campuses, various activities such as sexual assault resulted in fraternity hazing deaths. Though these events get the attention of the nation after a disaster happens and turns into issues. There were few instances such as Brock Turner attacks sexually to an unconscious lady behind a dumpster in Stanford; Timothy Piazza became dead owing to consumption of 18 drinks in merely 82 minutes of span in Penn State. In the existing culture of…

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