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Study Links Drug Maker Gifts for Doctors to More Overdose Deaths

WASHINGTON — A new study offers some of the strongest evidence yet of the connection between the marketing of opioids to doctors and the nation’s addiction epidemic. It found that counties where opioid manufacturers offered a large number of gifts and payments to doctors had more overdose deaths involving the drugs than counties where direct-to-physician… Read More »

Coffee Lovers, Attention! Study Finds Over Half of Coffee Beans Face Danger of Extinction

Representational Image (Photo Credits: Pixabay) Because we are firm believers that caffeine comes first; especially when it comes to those irksome morning meeting or the traffic jams that life hands us, we are naturally big time coffee lovers (addicts!). The quality of coffee beans makes a huge difference in the flavour and aroma of your… Read More »

Moderate Drinking Is A Risk Factor For Atrial Fibrillation (STUDY)

Alcohol use is common nowadays, and excessive usage among individuals continues to be high. Excessive drinking is a recognized atrial fibrillation risk factor, and now researchers have shown that mild and moderate consumption is a modifiable risk factor of significance for atrial fibrillation. They demonstrated that regular and moderate consumption of alcohol averaging 14 glasses… Read More »