An American/German study, which was published in March 2012, found that people who daily ate red meat had an increased risk from dying of heart disease or cancer. However, better eating can reduce that risk of mortality -- especially if hot dogs and bacon are eliminated from your diet, or at least reduced.
A U.S. study published in July 2010 shows that the risk of stroke increases by over double in the hour after taking a drink of alcohol, even though light to moderate drinking has been shown, overall, to decrease the risk.
Pastor and father-of-two Alan Martin set the bar high when he was bestowed with a 'Never-Ending-Pasta-Pass' six weeks ago: He planned to eat at the restaurant each day, twice a day.
It's a challenge that might have defeated even the most voracious eaters but Mr Martin, from North Carolina, is on track - ea
A study published in May 2012 by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has found that half of U.S. teens have unhealthy blood pressure, cholesterol, or blood sugar levels. Such cardiovascular risk places them at risk for future heart attacks and other cardiac problems.