Study Shows That Green Tea May Be Good For Periodontal Health
Japanese researchers have looked at the periodontal health of 940 male patients aged 49 to 59 years to determine what effect the regular intake of green tea would have on the periodontal health of these individuals compared to individuals who consumed lesser amount of that popular drink. Previous research has shown weight loss, heart health and cancer prevention as some of the potential benefits of green tea intake.
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The lack of physical activity directly affects the metabolic, neuromotor and functional reactions of elderly women. This is what a study carried out by the São Paulo State Department of Health in partnership with Celafiscs (São Caetano do Sul Physical Fitness Laboratory Studies Center) states. To reach the results, the researchers followed closely 300 women in two age groups: between 50 and 60 years and over 70 years, all in the sedentary phase.
It is almost impossible to imagine, but it is estimated that there are at least 1.5 million mites living in your bed at all times. These micro-organisms are present in several places and some objects are considered ideal habitat for their accumulation. Mites are extremely small organisms, visible only by a microscope, but they can cause great disorders for health.