According to scientists from the University of Warwick, UK and University of Naples, Italy, banana effectively reduce the risk of stroke as long as people consume it three times a day. You can consume bananas during breakfast, lunch, and dinner. That amount is enough to lower about 21 percent chance of blood clot in the brain that causes stroke. (more…)
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Many people who likes consuming soda drinks prefer diet soda drinks because the low sugar content is considered healthier. But according to a study presented earlier this month at the International Stroke Conference by the American Stroke Association in Los Angeles, it was known that drinking diet soda is associated with a 50 percent increased risk of stroke. (more…)
Blockage of blood vessels that trigger strokes and heart attacks can occur at any time, but early morning is the most vulnerable time. In the morning, the blood to the heart are more susceptible to clotting and leads to blockage.
Increased risk of blockage is primarily experienced by patients with heart problems that put a stent or a tool to widen blood vessels. Although relatively rare, a blockage around the stent is highly vulnerable to cause strokes and heart attacks. (more…)
Turmeric is known to have curcumin molecular compound, a yellow pigment derived from Curcuma longa natural ingredient. This very popular spice is use in some types of foods in the South Asian region and also the Middle East. (more…)
Researchers at the University of Warwick, England found that lack of sleep is related to various disorders that often result in premature death. Prolonged sleep deprivation increases the risk of suffering a stroke or heart disease. The tendency to stay up and wake up too early is described as a “time bomb” by researchers at the University of Warwick. (more…)