If you're the type of person who breaks out the hot sauce at the start of every single meal, congratulations - you're really onto something there.
A slew of studies over the past few years have been piecing together evidence that capsaicin - an active component of chili peppers - promotes a higher turnover of cells in the body, which could explain why eating spicy foods has been linked to a reduced risk of mortality and slowed cancer development.Read the whole article
WEDNESDAY, Sept. 13, 2017 (HealthDay News) -- Human semen provides a potential hiding place and breeding ground for a host of dangerous viruses, a new evidence review reports. The analysis of current medical literature revealed genetic evidence of 27 infectious viruses found in semen, including dread-inducing agents like Zika, Ebola, Marburg,...Read More
For most of us, sex doesn’t really resemble the perfectly choreographed scenes we see in the movies. In real life, there are snafus – someone’s elbow catches someone’s hair, someone gets a muscle cramp, the list goes on. And let’s face it: Two bodies can make a lot of sounds...Read More
If you have children, you know that maintaining peace in your household can be difficult. One minute your children are getting along and the next minute they're at each other's throats. Knowing when and how to intervene can make a difference in how your children relate to each other. Find out...Read More