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Age -Related Blindness Linked To Smoking

May 27, 2011


According to a recent research report tobacco users have an increased risk for age-related blindness. Researchers in Japan found a significant link between smoking and Age-related macular degeneration (AMD). The disease causes blindness. The study involved 279 women and men with age-related macular degeneration (AMD) and 143 without the disease. Those who smoke had a […]

Does Cesarean Section Play A Role In Obesity?

May 20, 2011


Researchers found a link between cesarean sections and obesity. The study was conducted in Brazil and found that 15% of babies delivered by cesarean section were obese adults compared to 10% of those delivered vaginally. More than 2,000 23-25 year olds were involved in the study. Some experts believe that babies born by cesarean section […]

Health Risk Factors For Breast Cancer

May 13, 2011


A number of research studies have identified and highlighted the risk factors that increase the risks for breast cancer. These are the same risk factors that we use in our health program to teach people how to promote health and prevent disease. We call them avoidable health risk factors for the purpose of our health […]

A Low-Carb Diet-Things To Consider

May 6, 2011


So you’ve decided to go for a low carbohydrate diet plan to manage your weight. May be it’s your favourite weight loss diet. May you want to cut down on calorie intake. According to this article there are some things to consider if you are thinking of trying such a diet. Read what this article […]

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