TWIW 224: The final Week In Wellness

This Week In Wellness I have decided to hang up the microphone (at least for the time being) and record the last ever episode of This Week In Wellness. Thank you for all your support over the years and thank you to all those who have supported this journey. You can keep following me at… Continue reading TWIW 224: The final Week In Wellness

TWIW 223: Overweight may be a bigger burden than obesity

This Week In Wellness a Norwegian University of Science and Technology has suggested that the costs associated with overweight individuals in the Norwegian population are even greater than those associated with obesity. And given that 75 percent of men and 61 percent of women were overweight or obese these costs are not insignificant.

TWIW 222: The vegan twin may have less heart disease risk

This Week In Wellness a study of 22 pairs of identical twins by Stanford Medicine researchers has found that a vegan diet may improve cardiovascular health in as little as eight weeks.

TWIW 221: Meat may prevent cancer

This Week In Wellness eating red meat and dairy could help to fight cancer according to a new study published in Nature.

TWIW 220: Up to 80% of the population may be subluxated

This Week In Wellness a paper in the web based peer review journal Cureus, shows that up to 80% of US citizens may be suffering from vertebral subluxation and its side effects.!/

TWIW 219: Oral Contraceptives may make women fearful

This Week In Wellness a report published in Frontiers of Endocrinology has suggested that use of the Oral Contraceptive Pill may enhance women’s susceptibility to stress-related illness and anxiety.

TWIW 218: Mobile phones lower sperm count

This Week In Wellness research published in the journal Fertility and Sterility has found that EMF radiation caused by the increased use of mobile phones may be associated with a reduced sperm concentration and total sperm count (TSC) in the semen.

TWIW 217: Triglycerides lower risk of dementia by 18%

This Week In Wellness high levels of triglycerides, a type of fat, long demonised for their potential role in heart disease and stroke, may contribute to a lower risk of dementia and a slower cognitive decline over time compared to people who have lower levels.

TWIW 216: Sugary drinks linked to ADHD

This Week In Wellness a new study published in Nutrients has confirmed what many parents and health experts alike have long feared, namely that the consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages (SSBs) was associated with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) symptoms.

TWIW 215: Tea inactivates Omnicron

This Week In Wellness a study published in Scientific Reports has shown that black, green and matcha tea were all effective at inactivating the Omnicron subvariant of SARS Coronavirus 2.