Diet Drinks Increase Heart Risk: Study

A recent study suggests that consuming two liters or more per week of artificially sweetened beverages, equivalent to a medium-sized fast-food diet soda daily, increases the risk of atrial fibrillation by 20%.

Atrial fibrillation is an irregular hear…

Sleep Apnea Symptoms Linked to Cognitive Issues: Study

A recent study sheds light on the link between sleep apnea and cognitive issues, underscoring the importance of early detection and treatment.

The study will be presented at the 76th annual meeting of the American Academy of Neurology in Denver that …

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.

Green Tea Does Not Lower the Risk of Lung Cancer: Study

A recent study in Frontiers in Nutrition challenges the belief that green tea reduces lung cancer risk.

Researchers used Mendelian randomization to analyze green tea’s association with lung cancer risk, finding no significant link.

Despite previous …

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…