Health-Drinking Plenty of Water Could Help Prevent UTIs in Women

October 10, 2017

Loading… American researchers may have found a simple way to prevent urinary tract infections (UTIs), finding that drinking an additional three pints (or 1.42 liters) of water a day could help keep the infections at bay in women who are prone to them. Led by Thomas M Hooton, MD, clinical director of the Division of Infectious Diseases, University of Miami School of Medicine, the study looked at 140 healthy premenopausal…

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Is Carbonated Water good for Your health?

Is Carbonated Water Bad for You?
September 8, 2017

Loading… Bubbles, bubbles everywhere Know the difference Club soda contains sodium, but seltzer doesn’t. Tonic water has added sweeteners. Flavored sparkling water may contain citric acid plus sweeteners and caffeine. By now, everyone is well aware of the hazards of drinking soda, both sugary and sugar-free. But what about their less showy cousins: seltzer water, sparkling water, soda water, and tonic water? There are claims that carbonation increases calcium loss…

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