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Drinking a cup of tea most days can help keep you mentally sharp as you get older—by changing regions in the brain that improve neural signaling.
Taking vitamin E immediately after a heart attack helps repair the damaged heart and keep it working healthily. It's probably the best thing to take as no drug has the same protective effects, new research suggests.
One of the most common antibiotics can trigger two serious heart problems, researchers have just discovered.
The prescription drug you're taking could contain high levels of a carcinogen, or cancer-causing agent. Most drugs are manufactured in plants in China and India, where there are no safety controls, and America's drug regulator, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), has recalled more than 50 drugs so far because of their health risks.