Nowadays hot drinks are hot! Unlike soft drinks and hard drinks, tea and coffee are healthy. Caffeinated drinks are performance enhancers but research suggests that there may be hidden benefits
Despite their growing popularity, energy drinks remain controversial because of the effects of excessive caffeine, combination with alcohol and marketing to tweens and teens
Anybody can sustain a concussion, but those who engage in contact sports have an increased risk of repeated and serious concussions that can manifest as dementia in later life
It's everywhere and everybody does it…uses sunscreen, that is. But could sunscreens be causing more harm than good?
From the great outdoors to our workplace and even our homes, we are surrounded by EMF. So, is long-term exposure to EMF hazardous to our health? Some say yes, some say no
Kidney failure and its treatment dialysis is overwhelming the medical systems of many countries. Could home hemodialysis be the answer? Besides that, people may actually live longer and healthier lives!
it's nearly impossible to make a decision about HRT on your own. The data continues to conflict and so much of the decision is based on individual circumstances
Is the electric car more of a public relations creation than an environmentalist’s dream?
Besides cluttering up the planet, bottled water may not be as healthy as you think!
Tap water fluoridation has been around for over 65 years. But is it more harmful than beneficial? Many countries have already banned its use, so why hasn't the United States?
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