A long-term observational study with more than 100 older adults by the researchers from Stanford University shows prevention of heart attacks, strokes and heart diseases with the consumption of seven cups of coffee per day. Researchers say an individual will be benefited as caffeine blocks inflammation, caused due to infectious disease, are linked to cardiovascular diseases. Researchers say drinking either plain tea or black coffee gives maximum protection to the heart. The derived benefits will be canceled if an individual adds cream, sugar or other additives in the coffee. Other benefits of the consumption of coffee are
Senior co-author author of the study is Dr. Mark Davis PhD and the study findings were published in the journal Nature Medicine.
A report published by the American Heart Associations says omega-3 fish oil benefits only those people who had a heart failure or a heart attack previously or having heart risks. The report says there is no scientific evidence that shows omega-3 fish oil benefits those people having no risk of heart failure or heart failure history. Researchers came to above conclusion after reviewing previous clinical trial findings those were conducted to find the role of omega-3 fish oil supplements to prevent cardiovascular diseases, heart attacks, strokes and other heart-related complications. Chair of the writing committee is David Siscovick M.D, M.P.H. and the report was published in the journal Circulation.
A study by researchers from Mahidol University, Thailand shows an increased risk of depression in those patients with type 2 diabetes (T2D) who stay up late in the night. Depression symptoms are common in patients with type 2 diabetes (T2D) and the current study shows sleep is key to keep good health among patients with type 2 diabetes (T2D) along with healthy diet and regular exercise. Earlier studies show an individual's health conditions worsen with untreated depression symptoms. Researchers came to above conclusion after studying 194 patients with diabetes from the United States and another 282 patients with diabetes from Thailand. But researchers unable to establish a cause and effect relationship. Lead Investigator of the study is Sirimon Reutrakul, MD from Mahidol University Thailand and the study findings were presented at the Endocrine Society's annual meeting in Orlando, Florida.
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