Health and Medicine

Coffee lowers Diabetes Risk According To Research

  Why Drinking Coffee lowers Diabetes Risk? There’s also compelling research that increasing your coffee intake may actually lower your risk for developing type 2 diabetes. This is good news for those of us who can’t face the day until we get in our cup of java Researchers at Harvard tracked over 100,000 people for about … Read more

Are Humans Naturally Violent: Humans Predisposed to kill each other

Are Humans Naturally Violent An original study of 1,024 mammal species has confirmed the hypotheses Douglas Fields proposed in his book.  The study was conducted to determine which animals are the most dangerous and vicious killers of their own kind.  Well, one does not have to look far, one’s reflection provides the answer. The poignant … Read more

Artificial Sweeteners Side Effects: What You Need To Know

Editor: Johnathan Meyers | Tactical Investor Artificial Sweeteners Side Effects   Artificial Sweeteners Side Effects and Dangerous By offering the taste of sweetness without any calories, artificial sweeteners seem like they could be one answer to effective weight loss. The average 12-ounce can of sugar-sweetened soda delivers about 150 calories, almost all of them from … Read more

Guy ate super hot pepper doctors thought he was having an aneurysm

Guy ate super hot pepper The case study is possibly the first ever to link the oh-lord-is-my-head-going-to-explode kind of pain known as a thunderclap headache to eating a pepper. This man apparently ate a Carolina Reaper—the hottest chilli in the world at 2.2 million Scoville units—then developed intense pain in his neck, at the back of his … Read more

Japan has world’s oldest living man aged 112

Editor: Johnathan Meyers | Tactical Investor Japan has world’s oldest living man aged 112 Japan has world’s oldest living man aged 112 but sadly, Chitetsu Watanabe, has passed away in Japan at the age of 112, the Niigata prefecture government said in a statement Tuesday. Watanabe, who was residing at a nursing home in Niigata, … Read more

Suicide, Depression Risk Increase With Altitude, Study Finds

Editor: Johnathan Meyers | Tactical Investor  Depression Risk Increase With Altitude A new review of research, titled “Living High and Feeling Low: Altitude, Suicide, and Depression,” was published in the journal Harvard Review of Psychiatry. The findings suggested when a person’s residence is located in high-altitude areas, they may face an increased risk of suicide and … Read more

Exercising Less Than 20 Minutes A Day Linked To Shorter Lifespan

Editor: Philip Ragner | Tactical Investor   Even Light Exercise Can Help You Live Longer In the report, researchers looked at about 1,180 men — average age, 78 — who agreed to wear devices that measured their movements for seven days. They were followed for about five years. The researchers found that the overall volume of exercise, … Read more

AI hospitals to revolutionize domestic healthcare services

Editor: Draco Copper | Tactical Investor We discovered that our readers loved the concept of us posting excerpts to other interesting articles. In keeping with that theme, we think you will find the following article to be of interest. We cover a wide array of topics as in today’s world of finance everything is interrelated. … Read more

Human skin bacteria might protect against skin cancer

  Human skin bacteria A type of bacteria commonly found on human skin produces a substance that may help protect against skin cancer, researchers have revealed. The scientists say the surprise discovery regarding a strain of Staphylococcus epidermidis highlights the importance of the community microbes found on and in the body in preventing disease. While … Read more

Almost half of adults with autism struggle with depression

Editor: Johnathan Meyers | Tactical Investor Depression and adults with autism Nearly half of adults with autism will experience clinical depression in their lifetime, according to our new research published in the Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology. Depression can have devastating consequences for individuals with autism, including a loss of previously learned skills, greater difficulty … Read more