Child Obesity Linked to Pregnant Mom’...

The food pregnant women eat may affect unborn children’s DNA and increase the risk of dreaded conditions later in...

Child Obesity Linked to Pregnant Mom’s Diet
posted on: Jul 31, 2011 | author: Ronald C. Rosas

High-Altitude Living Reduces Ischemic...

A 4-year research done jointly by the University of Colorado School of Medicine and the Harvard School of Global...

High-Altitude Living Reduces Ischemic Heart Disease Risks
posted on: Apr 17, 2011 | author: Ronald C. Rosas

Hot Flashes Are Early Warnings for Ca...

Two independent studies – one from the National Institutes of Health and another from the National Cancer Institute –...

Hot Flashes Are Early Warnings for Cancer, Heart Disease
posted on: Feb 27, 2011 | author: Ronald C. Rosas

Olive Oil, Green Leafy Veggies Make a...

Italian researchers further bolstered long-standing claims that using olive oil and eating green leafy vegetables...

posted on: Jan 8, 2011 | author: Ronald C. Rosas

Low-Fat Diets Aren’t Effective Agains...

A joint study conducted by the Women’s Wellness Initiative (WHI) and Stanford University shows that weight reduction...

Low-Fat Diets Aren’t Effective Against Heart Disease, Cancer
posted on: Jan 3, 2011 | author: Ronald C. Rosas

Men Are Weaker Than Women Health-wise

Recent research shows that men may be weaker than women in terms of health, as men tend to open themselves up to...

Men Are Weaker Than Women Health-wise
posted on: Nov 28, 2010 | author: Ronald C. Rosas

Women More at Risk for Heart Attacks ...

A recent research from the Harvard Medical School – using surveys and medical information spanning ten years...

Women More at Risk for Heart Attacks Due to Job Stress
posted on: Nov 26, 2010 | author: Ronald C. Rosas

Real Dangers from Second-Hand Smoke

Numerous investigative studies published in respected publications like the American Medical Association journal and...

Real Dangers from Second-Hand Smoke
posted on: Oct 24, 2010 | author: Ronald C. Rosas

Low-Carb Diet With Animal Proteins Up...

Replacing the pasta and bread in  low-carb diets with proteins and fats taken from animals increases the risk of...

Low-Carb Diet With Animal Proteins Ups Risk of Heart Disease
posted on: Sep 29, 2010 | author: Ronald C. Rosas