In this large contemporary prospective study of half a million men and women from the UK that included 2609 cases of incident colorectal cancer, we found that a 25-g/day increment in processed-meat intake (equivalent to about one rasher of bacon or one slice of ham21) was associated with an 19% (95% CI: 3–38, Ptrend = 0.020) greater risk of incident colorectal cancer.Source: Diet and colorectal cancer in UK Biobank: a prospective study
A new study which sampled men’s beards found more harmful bacteria in human whiskers than in dog’s fur.
Both studies come with important caveats, so they aren’t going to end the often-heated dispute over whether red meat has a role to play in a healthy diet.
Eating healthy foods may be more important than not eating junk foods according to new research which has, for the first time, calculated the global effect of poor …
A new study by the Cleveland Clinic reveals a diet loaded with excessive unhealthy foods is associated with one in five deaths worldwide.
Getting exercise might actually make you happier than having more money, according to a study conducted by researchers at Yale and Oxford , Business Insider reported .
Where we’re going, we don’t need roads.” Doc Brown said it in Back to the Future but now there’s growing research from Ford and the University of Michigan …
A new study shows that dogs are more likely to avoid people exhibiting unhelpful behavior towards their owners.
A study has found climate change may cause 90 percent of glaciers in the Alps to melt by the end of the century. It comes after a handful of European states …
A report in the journal ‘Learning and Behavior’ says dogs not only understand when you are upset but also want to help you feel better.