Articles tagged with: Clinical Research

New Study Links Multi-Vitamins with Reduced Breast Cancer Deaths

New Study Links Multi-Vitamins with Reduced Breast Cancer Deaths

You can buy enough multivitamin and mineral pills to last a year for about twenty dollars. If taking those multivitamins could possibly reduce your risk of breast cancer, or if you have cancer, reduce the fatality rate by 30% – what’s not to like? The answer isn’t as positive as you might think...

This Is What Happens To Your Body When You Stop Drinking Soda

This Is What Happens To Your Body When You Stop Drinking Soda

Soda is an addiction — similar to tobacco, alcohol, or drugs, it feels good when you consume it, but it can wreak havoc on your body long-term. As more and more research investigates the ill effects of soda on the human body (and the environment), it may be time for you to give it up, or at least reduce the amount you intake on a daily or weekly basis...

A New Study Finds Obesity Linked to Microbiota in Human Gut Bacteria

A New Study Finds Obesity Linked to Microbiota in Human Gut Bacteria

Scientists have known for more than century that the human digestive system (“the gut”) harbors bacteria. For the most part, scientists assumed (since the bacteria were there all the time) that the bacteria were generally harmless but not particularly important. It’s only in the last decade or two that research began to show that not only do we carry bacteria, but also it has important roles to play in health...

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