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Ultraprocessed Foods Linked to Health Issues: Study

A comprehensive review of 45 meta-analyses involving nearly 10 million individuals reveals alarming connections between ultraprocessed foods and a myriad of health issues, including heart disease, diabetes, mental disorders, and premature mortality.

Young Adults’ Sleep Woes Tied to Muscle Dysmorphia: Study

A recent study published in Sleep Health examined over 900 adolescents and young adults, revealing a concerning link between muscle dysmorphia symptoms and poor sleep.

Participants experiencing more symptoms reported shorter sleep durations and great…

Mussel Oil Effective for Atherosclerosis Prevention: Study

In a study recently published in Frontiers in Nutrition, researchers compared the effectiveness of mussel oil (MO) and fish oil (FO) in preventing atherosclerosis in mice lacking a certain gene name apolipoprotein E gene (ApoE-/-).

Over 12 weeks, MO …

Higher Body Temperature Linked to Depression: Study

A recent study published in Scientific Reports has revealed a potential association between higher body temperatures and depression.

Conducted by researchers led by Ashley Mason, an Associate Professor of psychiatry at the University of California Sa…

Fitness Linked to Lower Prostate Cancer Risk: Study

Getting fitter through activities like jogging, cycling, or swimming could slash the risk of prostate cancer by up to 35%, according to a Swedish study.

A mere 3% annual increase in cardiorespiratory fitness was associated with a significantly lower…

Playing Instruments Protects Older Brains: Study

A British study revealed that playing a musical instrument is linked to better brain health in older adults.

Examining data from 1,000 individuals aged 40 and above in the 10-year PROTECT dementia study, researchers discovered that playing an instrum…

Energy Drinks Linked to Sleep Issues: Study

London: A research, based on data from 53,266 individuals aged 18 to 35, found that even occasional consumption of energy drinks, one to three times a month, was associated with an increased risk of disturbed sleep.

Daily consumption led to a

Dark Chocolate May Reduce Blood Pressure: Study

California: A recent study published in Nature Scientific Reports examined how the intake of dark chocolate may help decrease the risk of essential hypertension (high blood pressure).

The results also suggest that consuming dark chocolate may decreas…

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