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Consumption Of Diet Drinks May Increase Risk Of Stroke

According to research, the daily consumption of one or more diet drinks is associated with an increased risk of stroke as a result of a blocked artery. This observational study was conducted among a large group of post-menopausal women.[1] Although the study identified an association between artificially sweetened beverages and stroke, it doesn’t prove cause… Read More »

Cannabis is medicine — time to increase access to it – mySanAntonio.com

By Morris Denton, For the Express-News Published 12:00 am CST, Sunday, February 3, 2019 Some plants at Compassionate Cultivation on November 29, the first and only Texas-owned and operated licensed medical cannabis company. Some plants at Compassionate Cultivation on November 29, the first and only Texas-owned and operated licensed medical cannabis company. Photo: Tom Reel /Staff… Read More »

A Small Increase In Fitness Levels Can Cut Heart Attack Risk

A study has revealed that poor cardiorespiratory fitness can increase future heart risk attack, even if not having any current lifestyle illness symptoms. The cardiorespiratory fitness of 4527 women and men was measured over a 2 year period. All participants were cancer, cardiovascular disease, or hypertensive free, and the majority of them were considered as… Read More »