Study Reveals Regular Ibuprofen Use Can To Lead To Male Infertility

Study Reveals Regular Ibuprofen Use Can To Lead To Male Infertility Ibuprofen is probably one of the most common painkillers out there. In a study conducted at the University of Copenhagen, doctors wanted to see how continuous intake of ibuprofen would affect healthy men, and the results were surprising. The participants were between 18 and.. read more →

MORE PROTECTION FROM THE FLU VIRUS

  MORE PROTECTION FROM THE FLU VIRUS  VITAMINS AND MINERALS – zinc, vitamin C, vitamin D3, and Chlorella help boost immunity for effective flu treatment. OREGANO OIL the volatile oils in oregano (thymol and carvacrol) have antiviral, antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties is also one of the best home remedies for flu treatment because it promotes.. read more →

A HIGH-FIBER DIET PROTECTS MICE AGAINST THE FLU VIRUS

Dietary fibre increases survival in influenza-infected mice by setting the immune system at a healthy level of responsiveness, according to a preclinical study published May 15 in the journal Immunity. A high-fibre diet blunts harmful, excessive immune responses which can result in allergies and inflammatory diseases, while boosting antiviral immunity by activating T cells. These.. read more →

FLAME RETARDANTS AFFECT FEMALE AND MALE FERTILITY

FLAME RETARDANTS AFFECT FEMALE AND MALE FERTILITY  A study conducted by Harvard researchers was published in August 2017. It found that women with higher urinary concentrations of organophosphate flame retardants (PFRs) had reduced likelihood of getting pregnant using (IVF). PFRs are a group of chemicals that are used in yoga mats, sofas, car seats, and other types.. read more →

EATING MUSHROOMS MAY DRAMATICALLY CUT RISK OF COGNITIVE DECLINE

New research finds that seniors who ate mushrooms twice weekly had 50% reduced odds of having mild cognitive impairment.  Mushrooms have remarkably high amounts of two potential antiaging antioxidants. In a six-year study, the researchers found that seniors who ate just two portions of cooked mushrooms a week were half as likely (than those who.. read more →

MORE FOODS TO FIGHT YOUR BAD MOOD

  The antidepressant effects of Omega-3  Omega-3 is a polyunsaturated fatty acid, a healthy fat that is often linked with good mood and brain health. In fact, most healthy fats are associated with good mood. It’s found in food products like extra virgin olive oil, oily fish, some nuts and fish. Research suggests that omega-3 can.. read more →

EAT PROTEIN AND PINEAPPLES FOR POSITIVITY

EAT PROTEIN AND PINEAPPLES FOR POSITIVITY Eat your way to happiness. Many protein-rich foods contain the essential amino acid, tryptophan, which acts as a natural mood regulator. This is because tryptophan is converted to serotonin, one of the body’s key ‘happy hormones’, helping to reduce anxiety and depression. Tryptophan can also help reduce blood pressure, restless legs,.. read more →

HOW TO FIGHT YOUR BAD MOOD WITH FOOD

HOW TO FIGHT YOUR BAD MOOD WITH FOOD For a moment in time, for the length of time that we are able to taste a mouthful of food, that food can make us happy. But these euphoric states of tastiness are no accidents. They’re all due to the compounds present in the foods we eat,.. read more →

MALE DEPRESSION MAY LOWER PREGNANCY CHANCES AMONG INFERTILE COUPLES

MALE DEPRESSION MAY LOWER PREGNANCY CHANCES AMONG INFERTILE COUPLES The study also links women’s use of non-SSRI antidepressants to early pregnancy loss Among couples being treated for infertility, depression in the male partner was linked to lower pregnancy chances, while depression in the female partner was not found to influence the rate of live birth,.. read more →

TAURINE DEFICIENCY IN SPERM LINKED TO MALE INFERTILITY

  TAURINE DEFICIENCY IN SPERM LINKED TO MALE INFERTILITY Japanese scientists at the University of Tsukuba have discovered that sperm with taurine deficiency had reduced morphology and were ten times more likely to become infertile. The taurine helps to prevent large changes in the shape of the sperm due to the regulation of water into.. read more →