Sometimes the worst threats are invisible and silent. That’s exactly the case with chronic low-level inflammation. When inflammation lingers unabated, a temporary state of emergency becomes a perpetual (and highly destructive) state of war.
Spending sweet days by the river just got literal, at least along the Grand River in Ontario, where Canadian researchers recently discovered shockingly high levels of artificial sweeteners in the waterway.
All salts are not equal in terms of origin, chemistry, crystal structure, biological effects—or even flavor!
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Coffee may get you up in the morning, but a growing body of research shows it could also give your overall health a serious boost. From keeping diabetes at bay to preventing strokes and even cancer, here’s a look at the potential benefits.
New research shows having a positive outlook can have a major impact on how long you will live.
Cocktails, cupcakes, salty potato chips, a big juicy cheeseburger. These things taste good as they pass through your lips, but what happens after they move on down the road?
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