Study Reveals Excessive Niacin Consumption Increases Cardiovascular Disease Risk

Study Reveals Excessive Niacin Consumption Increases Cardiovascular Disease Risk

Al-Marsad newspaper: A recent medical study revealed that consuming excessive amounts of niacin, a B vitamin, can lead to an increased risk of cardiovascular disease. Scientists from the Cleveland Clinic explained in a recent study, the results of which were published in the journal Nature Medicine, that they observed a strong link between 4PY, a … Read more

The Impact of Weak Hand Grip on Health – Experts’ Findings

The Impact of Weak Hand Grip on Health – Experts’ Findings

Al-Marsad newspaper: Experts said that shaking hands is a useful indicator of health, as a weak hand grip is linked to the possibility of heart disease, depression, and even dementia. According to Express. Experts explained that a weak handshake may reflect the following situations: Risk of premature death One study found that those with weak … Read more

It delays aging and reduces the risk of diabetes.. Discovering the 5 types of tea that are most beneficial to health

It delays aging and reduces the risk of diabetes.. Discovering the 5 types of tea that are most beneficial to health

Al-Marsad newspaper: Tea is one of the most popular drinks in the world. It not only quenches thirst, but it also has many beneficial properties. There are many types of tea, and according to experts, the most beneficial types of tea for health are: 1 – Hibiscus tea (Gujarat tea), a tea made from dried … Read more

Viagra May Reduce Alzheimer’s Risk by 60%, According to American Study

Viagra May Reduce Alzheimer’s Risk by 60%, According to American Study

Al-Marsad newspaper: An American study found that Viagra can reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s disease by 60%. Researchers say that sildenafil, known commercially as Viagra, blocks an enzyme found in the brains of those suffering from the disease in large quantities. According to the Daily Mail. They pointed out that Viagra works to enhance blood … Read more

The Mediterranean Diet: A 29% Reduction in Stomach Cancer Risk

The Mediterranean Diet: A 29% Reduction in Stomach Cancer Risk

An analysis of more than 11 studies showed that people who follow the Mediterranean diet daily reduce their risk of stomach cancer by 29 percent. Stomach cancer is the fourth cause of cancer death in men and the fifth in women. Among the risk factors, in addition to genetic predisposition, are stomach infections with Helicobacter … Read more

The Nutritional Benefits of Watermelon Seeds: A Comprehensive Study Reveals Their Importance

The Nutritional Benefits of Watermelon Seeds: A Comprehensive Study Reveals Their Importance

Al-Marsad newspaper: Studies have found that watermelon seeds are safe and considered a very important source of many nutrients. Studies have shown that watermelon offers many health benefits, as it soothes muscle pain, improves skin, and even reduces the risk of cancer. According to “Sky News” The seeds also provide fatty acids that lower cholesterol … Read more

The Surprising Danger of Slimming Needles: How They Affect the Kidneys

The Surprising Danger of Slimming Needles: How They Affect the Kidneys

Al-Marsad newspaper: Obesity and landscape surgeon consultant, Dr. Atef Bassas, revealed a surprise regarding the danger of slimming needles to the kidneys. Bassas said, during an interview with the “Ya Hala” program broadcast on the “Rotana Khaleejia” channel: Diet needles affect the kidneys by making the person feel nauseous and unable to drink enough water. … Read more

The Perfect Temperature for Quality Sleep and Its Impact on Health

The Perfect Temperature for Quality Sleep and Its Impact on Health

Many people, especially adults, suffer from a severe lack of sleep, and they cannot get enough sleep due to several factors, which increases the risk of obesity, diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, stroke, and recurrent mental disorder. The scientists identified, according to a newspaper New York Post Citing a new study published in the … Read more

The Link Between Proton Pump Inhibitors and Dementia: New Research Findings

The Link Between Proton Pump Inhibitors and Dementia: New Research Findings

Millions of Americans take medications known as proton pump inhibitors every day to treat heartburn and GERD, and in recent years, these drugs have been linked to an increased risk of kidney failure, stroke, and early death from any cause. And new research shows an additional risk of dementia in people who use these drugs … Read more

Wegovy: Promising Results in Clinical Trial Show Significant Reduction in Cardiovascular Risk

Wegovy: Promising Results in Clinical Trial Show Significant Reduction in Cardiovascular Risk

A major clinical trial revealed that the weight loss drug Wegovy reduced the risk of heart attack, stroke, or heart-related death by 20% for people with cardiovascular disease. Doctors said the findings, which have not yet been peer-reviewed or published in a medical journal, may encourage more people to use the popular weight-loss drug. According … Read more