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The Best and Worst Foods for Sleep

Ever wonder what foods make you sleepy? How about the foods that keep you awake when you're trying to get sleep? Here is a list of some sleep inducers and sleep stealers.


Caffeine May Lower Dementia Risk for Women

Here's a good reason to pour another warm and comforting cup of your morning coffee: It may ward off brain complications -- most notably for women over 65, according to a new study.


This Diet May Save Your Eyesight

Researchers have found that following the Mediterranean diet may reduce the risk by one-third of age-related macular degeneration (AMD), a leading cause of blindness. The high fruit content of the diet was determined to be especially helpful.


8 Reasons to Enjoy a Hot Cup of Oolong Tea

Here are eight reasons you could benefit from drinking oolong tea.


Herbal, Black or Green? How to Know Which Tea Offers the Best Health Perks for You

Various studies have linked certain types of tea with potential cancer-preventative effects, improved heart and metabolic health, and more


The Health Risks of Drinking Diet Soda Are Worse Than We Thought

According to newly published research in the Journal of American Geriatrics, diet soda may directly impact waist size, increase the risk of metabolic syndrome, and thereby increase one's risk of cardiovascular disease.


Drinking Tea Cuts Risk of Non-Cardiovascular Death by a Fourth

Research finds that drinking tea may cut the risk of non-cardiovascular death by 24 percent.


This Tea Can Lower Risk of All-Cause Death by Nearly One-Quarter

Polyphenols found in fresh brewed tea may lower the risk of premature death in aging adults.


Can Gum Health Predict Arthritis Risk?

Recent research explains the mysterious association between gum disease and rheumatoid arthritis (RA).


Does Your Tea Contain Dangerous Levels of Pesticides?

A disturbing new report indicates that your tea time could be exposing you to dangerous chemicals.