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Cranberry intake does reduce the incidence of Urinary Tract Infection !

Jul 11, 2012

A common folk remedy for UTI (Urinary tract infection) has been Cranberry containing products, be it the juice or berry extract. This has never been verified with true scientific methodology but a recent study from The National Taiwan University Hospital seems to have verified Cranberries effectiveness.

Does White Rice increase Diabetes Risk?

Mar 15, 2012

A study in The British Medical Journal reviewed four observational studies, about 350,00 subjects, and found that there was an increased risk of type 2 diabetes (Adult) in persons who consumed large amounts of white rice.

Does Alzheimer’s Disease Prevent Cancer?

Mar 12, 2012

Data from the Framingham Heart Study has suggested that people with Alzheimer's Disease have a lower cancer risk and also that people who have survived cancer have a lower risk for Alzheimer's.

Serum Cholesterol May Not Be That Important In The Elderly

Dec 21, 2011

A large Danish study has shown that in the elderly (Average age 69) the serum cholesterol may not be a predictor of cardiovascular mortality, i.e. stroke and heart attack.

Chondroitin Sulfate may help arthritis of the Hands

Nov 11, 2011

Swiss researchers have just found that Chondroitin helps relieve the pain of arthritis in your hands.

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