For smokers who've managed to quit, the road to fully repairing lungs damaged by the habit may seem like a long one.
But new research suggests help may be close at hand -- in the kitchen.
The decade-long study of 650 British and European adults suggests that diets high in tomatoes and fruits, particularly apples, could speed the healing of smoke-damaged lungs.Read the whole article
At Cooking Light, we think you should have treats in moderation (read: a fun-sized packet of Skittles or an occasional donut is totally fair game). But there’s something about Halloween that makes us want to binge eat anything with sugar and throw healthy eating completely out the window. The problem is that...Read More
Out of all the health hacks making the rounds, here’s one we bet you can all get behind: Having sex more frequently can make you a healthier man, a new study published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine suggests. In the study, researchers asked 2,267 people questions about how often they had sex,...Read More
A procedure that plucks stroke-causing clots from blood vessels in the brain may be useful in many more patients than previously thought, new research shows. In the emergency procedure, called thrombectomy, doctors snake a catheter device through blood vessels to grab and remove the blockage....Read More