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High dietary exposure to caffeine may put a man at high risk of suffering from urinary incontinence.
A decline in semen quality and male fertility is associated with frequent consumption of caffeine-containing beverages.
Consistent consumption of certain vegetables, such as cruciferous, allium, leafy green, and yellow-orange red vegetables plus legumes may have a positive impact on cardiovascular health.
Habitual use of antidepressants during pregnancy is tied to high risk of having babies with major congenital anomalies, such as cardiac, respiratory, and digestive defects.
Strict adherence to plant-based diets may have favorable effects on cardiovascular and metabolic health.
Adolescents and young adults who are lovers of dairy products may have a high tendency to develop acne vulgaris.
High myocardial infarction risk is associated with individuals taking antidepressant drugs.
Cigarette smokers are more likely to develop chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) than non-smokers.
Long-term use of statins may facilitate the onset of peripheral neuropathy.
People on statins may have a higher propensity of developing peripheral neuropathy.
Asthma is less likely to occur among regular consumers of foods rich in vitamin A and C.