Nothing beats a big slice of perfectly ripe, chilled watermelon on a hot summer afternoon. Turns out watermelon is packed with nutrition too!
Millions of Americans take a daily dose of aspirin to thin the blood in hopes of reducing their risk of a heart attack or stroke. Is it possible that tomato extract could produce a similar benefit?
Menopausal women in a study from Tokyo Medical University enjoyed almost a 50 percent reduction in menopausal symptoms by drinking two 7-ounce glasses of tomato juice per day. This is a completely safe approach to dealing with the havoc menopause wages on a woman’s health.
June is Men’s Health Month, an annual campaign designed to raise awareness of preventable health problems and encourage early detection and treatment of disease among men and boys. This is particularly important because the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, a division of the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, has found: Men...
According to research, men who consume a diet rich in tomatoes reduce their risk of prostate cancer by nearly 20 percent.
Eating more fruits and vegetables and less meat can significantly lower cancer risk.
Beware - some healthy foods may actually be poisonous and damaging to your health.
Research has emerged showing women who eat these four specific foods have a lower incidence of ovarian cancer.
Want to slash your stroke risk? A new study says a diet rich in tomatoes may do the trick!
Carotenoid-rich foods may help woman ward off breast cancer, according to a new study.