The health benefits of tea—largely due high levels of antioxidants—are well documented. Research shows that drinking tea regularly can help reduce the risk for many common health problems, and now, a new study suggests it also may prevent cognitive decline in older adults.
Tea May Help Prevent Dementia
MNT—The health benefits of tea—largely due high levels of antioxidants—are well documented. Research shows that drinking tea regularly can help reduce the risk for many common health problems, and now, a new study suggests it also may prevent cognitive decline in older adults.
U.S. News & World Report—Good dental health is an important part of overall health—and may have direct effect on the heart and cardiovascular system. Gum disease may be associated with an increased risk of earlier death in older women.
We've all heard that April showers bring May flowers. But could changes in the weather—including those brought on by climate change—also bring physical and mental health problems? A new report says yes.
Berkeley Wellness—Many plant foods are good sources of protein, especially legumes, nuts, seeds, and many grains. Eating a wide variety of such foods helps ensure you'll get the full complement of amino acids your body needs.
People with appropriately high HDL cholesterol levels often have low LDL and triglycerides as well, so it’s been difficult to determine how big a role HDL plays on its own. But a recent analysis found that having high HDL does not override the increased risk of heart attack and stroke in people with elevated LDL and triglycerides.
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