Walk The Cancer Away

Jul 19, 2008 - Comments: ...

We are constantly encouraged to exercise and live a more active lifestyle in order to fight obesity and avoid related diseases like diabetes. But researchers have just unearthed a new benefit of being active: it reduces your risk of getting cancer! After the examination of 80,000 men and women of ages ranging from 45-74 it seems that the risk of getting cancer was reduced by 13% in men and 16% in women.

Yes to Fruit Snacks and Refreshments!

Jul 11, 2008 - Comments: ...

Summer heat can be quite draining. Well, some of you might agree while some might not. Donít you notice that during scorching days it is so good to gulp down a long, cold drink? Itís usually our way of replenishing fluids discharged by our body. But you know thereís an even better way of replenishing lost fluids in our body. Say NO to sodas and other drinks in can, and say YES to all-natural fruity snacks! There are 5 kinds of fruits that can serve as great snacks. Here they are: apples, apricots, figs, mangos, and oranges.

Are you ready to get to know these fruits better? More after the jumpÖ

Infertility Risk for Men 35 Years and Older

Jul 7, 2008 - Comments: ...

When it comes to having a healthy pregnancy, it has always been a notion that it is the womanís age that matters. The fatherís age does not come into play because no matter what his age is, a man is capable of fathering a baby. Now, here comes a new discovery. There is a big risk of miscarriage if the father of the baby is already 35 years old or older. This finding was discovered in a study led by Dr. Stephanie Belloc of the Eylau Centre for Assisted Reproduction in Paris.

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