Eating crispy ‘french fries’ may double the risk of death

Jun 14, 2017 0

According to a report in Daily Mail, researchers have found that eating French fries may increase the risk of death. A new study has revealed that people who ate fried potatoes more than twice a week are at doubled the risk of death. For the study, researchers tracked the eating habits of 4,440 people ages 45-79 for eight years. It was noted that 236 participants died by the end of study. Researchers found that the participants who ate fried potatoes twice a week or more had double the risk of early death than those who did not eat fried potatoes at all, as per reports. As per the reports, the study doesn’t prove that eating fried potatoes kills people, but it just shows that people who died during the study were more likely to eat fried potatoes more regularly. ...

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Foods you should take daily (1) 

Feb 16, 2017 0

1. Pumpkin Pumpkin leaf is a dark green leafy vegetable found in the tropics, rich in water, calcium, potassium, phosphorus, iron and magnesium, vitamins A, K and folate. It is used for various soups in the West African sub-region.   ...

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Prevention of Cancer (2).

Feb 7, 2017 0

Most cancers are to a large extent preventable. About 30 percent of all cancers can be prevented by change in lifestyle, diet, exposure and immunization. This is called Primary prevention. Another 30 percent can be prevented by early detection and effective treatment, this is secondary prevention.  ...

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Feb 3, 2017 0

Cashew nuts are kidney shaped seeds grown in several parts of the world. It is native to Brazil along its coastline but history has it that Portuguese explorers took the plant from Brazil to South East Asia and Africa. Today, India, Brazil, Mozambique, Tanzania and Nigeria are the biggest producers worldwide. ...

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Jan 31, 2017 0

A deadly disease is a disease that kills; not all diseases are deadly. We can rate a disease in terms of how deadly it is by the number of persons it killed in a given period.  Today, we shall discuss the current nine world’s most deadly diseases with No.1 being the deadliest. ...

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