Avoiding Summer Health Pitfalls

Avoiding Summer Health Pitfalls

While many of us are thrilled that we’ve reached the end of the cold weather and are looking forward to the chance to spend more time outdoors, there are certain pitfalls that can definitely put a damper on our summer enjoyment.

Hot Tea and Cancer Risk

Hot Tea and Cancer Risk

The study, which was conducted by the American Cancer Society in Atlanta, Georgia, found that consuming extremely hot tea may be associated with an increased risk of developing esophageal cancer.1 These results are based on an investigation that included 50,045 men and women living in northeastern Iran.

Ground Beef Recall Worsens - Expands to More than 12 Million Pounds | Live in the Now

Ground Beef Recall Worsens - Expands to More than 12 Million Pounds | Live in the Now

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Cold Weather—More Heart Attacks

Cold Weather—More Heart Attacks

The study, which took place at Lund University in Sweden, found that weather conditions that include low temperatures and strong winds are associated with an increase in heart attacks.1 These results are based on the medical records of 274,029 adults living in Sweden who had experienced a heart attack at some point from 1998 through 2013.