Office computer keyboards could be dirtier than toilet seats and cause serious diseases, according to a study by a British microbiologist. Tests were conducted on 33 keyboards and compared with swabs from a toilet seat and a door handle in a public toilet.
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Heart disease in Indians is often more severe and occurs in younger people than in developed countries, a study has found.
It’s common sense that we all need to manage our stress. But, did you know that managing stress effectively is a matter of life and of health?
Weight loss – such a “big” topic! Every month another book is out by another expert on weight loss. Everyone wants to know the secret to losing weight.
I certainly don’t have THE secret, but I do have some secrets, and I want to share them with you in the hope you find them helpful.
If you are a coffee drinker, you no doubt have asked yourself how much coffee is it safe for you to consume on a daily basis. This is not surprising since so much has been blamed on coffee. Heart disease, cancer, osteoporosis, you name it. At one time or another, coffee has been made to blame. Coffee has joined the ranks of red wine and chocolate as a guilty pleasure that may actually be good for you. As much as it is a great way to get that fix in the morning, recent studies have shown that coffee has been found to be rich in antioxidants and contains hundreds of pain-relieving and anti-bacterial compounds.
Before we get all excited over the recent news about coffee being our new antioxidant, we need to take a look at the entire picture. Is there truly a coffee antioxidant? If there is, how exactly is coffee an antioxidant? Does it become the antioxidant when it’s heated? Does the coffee antioxidant benefit everyone? Are there still dangers to drinking coffee? How much coffee is good for us and when does it become bad for us?