New Research Finds How Booze Companies Encourage Pregnant Women To Drink Despite Risks

A recent study published in the Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research journal said that drinking during pregnancy alters newborns’ genes. This research work also found that prenatal alcohol exposure increases cortisol in infants. The harmful beverage in the expecting mother’s blood is transported to the womb through the umbilical cord. Previous studies have shown that …

Dog Ownership Reduces Mortality Risk Following A Heart Attack Or Stroke, Says Study

A study published in the Mayo Clinic Proceedings: Innovations, Quality & Outcomes journal recently said that pet ownership can improve heart health. This study further said pooch parents attained the greatest benefits in this regard. Harvard Health Publishing outlines this as well. It says that dogs have a calming effect, they lower stress, blood pressure …