May 26, 2011
Caffeine May Interfere With Fertility in Women
Caffeine, a known
stimulant, has been shown to cause rapid heart rate, nausea,
anxiety and depression. Now, new research reveals that caffeine
consumption may make it harder for a woman to get pregnant.
Experts Say Stroke Care Differs for U.S.
Wide differences in care
for people who've had a stroke still exist between whites and
ethnic minorities in the United States, according to a joint report
issued by the American Heart Association and American Stroke