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Drinking one fewer sugary drink a day cuts your risk of type 2 diabetes
Drinking one fewer sugary drink a day can cut the risk of diabetes by up to 10 percent, according to a new study.
Is drinking green tea good for you?
A lot of little lifestyle decisions can have a big impact on overall health. Taking the stairs for two minutes or choosing to grill rather than fry your food can all add up to a longer life.
Unsafe levels of lead found in drinking water across Ireland
Tests have found lead concentrations nearly 15 times over the legal limit in north Dublin drinking water, and unsafe levels elsewhere across Ireland, wrote.
Turning air into drinking water: Africa's inspired inventors
The Royal Academy of Engineering Africa prize, now in its fifth year, has shortlisted 16 African inventors from six countries to receive funding, training and mentoring for projects intended to revolutionize sectors from agriculture and science to women’s health.
The latest Xprize winner harvests drinking water from the air
Judges have chosen the winner of the Water Abundance Xprize, and it might just be vital to solving some of the world's most difficult shortages. The Skysource/Skywater Alliance has earned $1.5 million for WEDEW (Wood to Energy Deployed Water), a system that converts air into drinking water using natural resources for power.
Will drinking coffee prolong your life?
Emerging evidence has been pointing to the protective effects that coffee can have over a person's health.
Drinking six or more cups of coffee daily may boost longevity
Go ahead and have that cup of coffee, maybe even several more. New research shows it may boost chances for a longer life, even for those who down at least eight cups daily.
Pregnant women drinking three cups of tea raise risk of overweight children
Drinking three cups of tea a day during pregnancy increases the risk of having overweight children, according to a study of more than 50,000 mothers.
Drinking more water doesn't slow kidney disease
Drinking an extra four to six extra glasses of water per day won't slow the decline of kidney functions for chronic kidney disease patients, according to a study in Britain and Canada.
Get your salt right
While there is constant stress on drinking enough water and fluids in summer, what is equally important is maintaining the salt levels in the body since we lose a lot of it through sweat.
Can drinking a strong coffee an hour before gym improve performance?
Gym workouts could be improved with a strong cup of coffee an hour before. But does it matter if it is caffeinated or decaffeinated and why exactly does it have this effect?
Could drinking tea be linked to a lower glaucoma risk?
Drinking hot tea could be linked to a lower risk of having an eye condition that can lead to blindness, research has suggested — although experts say the study does not show that the brew offers any protective effect.
Moderate coffee drinking linked to health benefits
Drinking a moderate amount of coffee every day may be more likely to benefit health than to harm it, according to a study release by the University of Southampton.
Drinking grapefruit juice can affect some medicine
High blood pressure is a condition which affects thousands of people in the UK, but experts believe those who take certain medication to treat the condition should avoid one type of fruit.
Drinking too much waters inadvisable
Water intoxication risks are being publicized after a woman almost died because she was trying to relieve her symptoms.

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