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  • May 16, 2011 Scott

    Coffee May Slash Risk of Certain Breast Cancers

    New research shows that drinking coffee may significantly reduce the risk of certain breast cancers. The study was conducted by researchers at Karolinska Institutet in Sweden. Their findings were published in the May 2011 issue of the journal Breast Cancer...

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  • May 1, 2011 Evan

    Low Vitamin D Levels May Increase Diabetes Risk

    A recent study found that low levels of Vitamin D may significantly increase the risk of developing diabetes. The study was conducted at the Western Hospital at the University of Melbourne and the findings were published in the journal Diabetes...

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  • February 17, 2011 Evan

    Coffee's Benefits Linked to Roasting Process

    Coffee has been receiving an increased amount of attention because of its antioxidant capacity and associated health properties. Until now though research has been lacking regarding the nature of the stable antioxidants found in coffee, which are purported to protect...

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  • January 4, 2011 Scott

    2010: A Big Year for Omega-3 Research

    The December 2010 Fats of Life newsletter recently reviewed omega-3 research in 2010, highlighting an impressive list of studies over the past year that have found a link between omega-3 fatty acids and various health benefits. A number of studies...

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  • November 14, 2010 Scott

    Probiotics May Fight, Treat Gum Disease

    Researchers from the Department of Periodontics at the College of Dental Sciences in Karnataka, India recently found that lozenges containing probiotics may help treat periodontitis. Their findings were published in the November 2010 issue of the Journal of Oral Microbiology....

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  • September 16, 2010 Evan

    Coffee Shown to Reduce Oxidative Stress

    Paper-filtered coffee is the most widely consumed form of coffee in the US and Europe. A recent study found that coffee brewed in this fashion may reduce oxidative damage in the body. The study was conducted by a group of...

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  • August 31, 2010 Evan

    Caffeine and Your Heart May Not be at Odds After All

    Researchers from Harvard University recently conducted a study to assess the link between caffeine and the risk of cardiovascular events. To their surprise, they found no increased risk and even discovered a potential benefit. Their findings were published online in...

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