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Higher Consumption Of Ultra-Processed Foods Linked To Risk Of Death

Consuming a high amount of ultra-processed foods may increase the risk of death from any cause by 26 percent, and 58 percent specifically from...

Scientists Discover Multiple Liquid Water Lakes on Mars

A team of scientists studying data from a satellite orbiting Mars say they have discovered evidence of several lakes of what they believe is...

Know Why You Should Not Consume Too Much Salt

Researchers have found that eating too much salty diet weakens your immune system and makes it harder for your body to fight off bacterial...

Mars Once had Salt Lakes Similar to the Ones on Earth

Mars once had salt lakes similar to the ones on Earth and has gone through wet and dry periods, according to a new study. The...

Iodised Salt Not Necessarily be Good for Health: Study

By Brij Khandelwal While universal iodisation of salt helped control iodine deficiency disorders, it could be increasing the risk of high blood pressure — a...

Farms In The USA Affected Due To Rise In Ocean And Salinity Levels

The fields grow shoulder-high with weeds out the window of Bob Fitzgerald's Ford pickup. The drive through Fitzgerald's neighborhood in Princess Anne, Maryland, is...

Salt Not as Damaging to Health as Previously Thought, Says Study

People with moderate or average salt intake need not reduce their sodium intake for prevention of heart disease and stroke, suggests a new study...

Experts: Regulating Salt Intake Key to Prevent Hypertension

Regulating salt consumption is key to prevent hypertension, which is associated with an increased risk of heart disease, heart attack, stroke and heart failure,...

New technique removes salt from water using less energy

New York, Jan 3, 2018: Providing safer drinking water to those in need may become a little easier as researchers have developed a new...

Higher protein and salt content in our food, Volume Consumed can promote Post-meal Sleep: Study

New York, November 22, 2016: Higher protein and salt content in our food, as well as the volume consumed, can lead to longer naps, suggests...

How India’s flourishing spice trade shaped the future of the world

By Harshmeet Singh “No man should die who can afford cinnamon” – A common saying in the 15th century, this perfectly depicted the rewarding spice...

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