A recent study by Vrije University Medical Center in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, has found that men who sleep very little are at increased risk of developing diabetes. The Netherlands, men who sleep too much or too little may have an increased risk of developing diabetes. Previous studies have linked sleep and diabetes but, according to the study's author, Femke Rutters, this connection is not yet understood.
Although the research deficiency did not evaluate what people ate, the study is more evidence than sleep is related to the development of diabetes.
Drinking a glass of wine daily is good for the heart, but a study published in one of the American Heart Association newspapers found that moderate alcohol consumption by older people may be directly related to the development of heart problems. The survey, led by Scott Solomon, a cardiologist and professor at Harvard University, brought together 4,446 men and women who were 76 years old on average who answered a questionnaire about their own consumption of alcohol.
Junk foods with sugar should debate when it comes to determining health policies and legislation. Authors have discussed the effects of junk food on heart health, with particular emphasis on how sugary foods compromise oral health at the same time. can cause periodontal (or gum) disease - which in turn carries risks for cardiovascular disease.