The Final Verdict on Whether Coffee Pods Are Bad for You, Expert Says

If you use a single-cup coffee machine, here’s an interesting update. A biomedical scientist is sharing some wisdom about a study that recently found trace levels of hormone-disrupting chemicals in coffee brewed from plastic pods. As it turns out, says this scientist, there’s simply an important understanding for you to keep in mind before you… Continue reading The Final Verdict on Whether Coffee Pods Are Bad for You, Expert Says

The #1 Worst Eating Habit That Ages You Faster, Says Expert

We all age—there’s no stopping it. Despite our best efforts to make ourselves look young and stay youthful, our bodies will start to wrinkle and grow grey hairs and our brains will (hopefully) be all the wiser over the years. Nevertheless, there are ways some of our actions on this earth can result in adding… Continue reading The #1 Worst Eating Habit That Ages You Faster, Says Expert

This One Beer Is The Secret to Living 100 Years, Says a 106-Year-Old

It sounds like a long, healthy life might not be all about swearing off treats and forever avoiding alcohol. A nearly 107-year-old Pennsylvania woman reportedly credits one unexpected habit—a beer a day—with her longevity. But not just any beer! Keep reading to learn the beer brand some media outlets are referring to as the real… Continue reading This One Beer Is The Secret to Living 100 Years, Says a 106-Year-Old

How to Lower Inflammation Starting Right Now, According to Nutritionists

Inflammation is helpful, except when it doesn’t go away. It’s a key part of our immune response. For example, when you catch a cold and your immune system triggers a fever. Or, you twist your ankle and quickly your skin reddens and swells. That’s called acute inflammation. Chronic low-grade inflammation is unhealthy because it sticks… Continue reading How to Lower Inflammation Starting Right Now, According to Nutritionists

The Worst Side Effect of Not Getting Enough Vitamin D, Says Science

Vitamin D was likely the most talked-about vitamin of 2020. In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, vitamin D was the center of attention in the research world. Numerous studies explored the potential relationship between vitamin D deficiency and COVID-19 severity. Prior to the pandemic, research had indicated that having low levels of vitamin D… Continue reading The Worst Side Effect of Not Getting Enough Vitamin D, Says Science

Taking This Supplement Could Improve Your Memory, New Study Suggests

Forgetting where you put your keys even more often than usual? There are plenty of lifestyle changes you can make to stay sharp, including exercising more, sticking to a healthy sleep schedule, and keeping your mind active. The foods that you eat can play a vital role too. A new study suggests that a diet… Continue reading Taking This Supplement Could Improve Your Memory, New Study Suggests

6 Coffee Habits That Help With Weight Loss, Dietitians Say

It’s safe to say that for some of us, coffee may be the one thing getting us through our busiest days of the week. And, for the most part, those daily cups can actually benefit our health as long as they’re consumed in moderate amounts. We recently learned that there are certain unhealthy coffee habits… Continue reading 6 Coffee Habits That Help With Weight Loss, Dietitians Say

The #1 Reason Vitamin D Is Good for Your Bladder, Urologist Says

You loved reading about the recent study that found vitamin D might actually lessen your need to pee. Now, a Cleveland Clinic-trained urologist has helped to break down this mysterious connection. (When you understand it this way, it makes so much sense!) A refresher: In early September, a team of obstetrics/gynecology and public health researchers… Continue reading The #1 Reason Vitamin D Is Good for Your Bladder, Urologist Says