Poor sleep linked to a lack of essential vitamins and minerals
A new study suggests that sleep quality may be linked to a lack of essential vitamins in the diet, with the strongest association being seen in women.
8 days ago - News Medical - 2 articles
Why you should eat pears: A nutrient review
Did you know that pears are related to apples? Like apples, pears are juicy, nutritious fruits rich in vitamins and minerals. Pear trees can live for more than 250 years...
8 days ago - Natural News
NIH, USDA analyses show prenatal multivitamin labels incorrect, unclear
Prescription and over-the-counter prenatal multivitamin labels were often either wrong or confusing, according to two studies presented at Nutrition 2019. Incorrect labels In...
9 days ago - Healio
Study shows connection between poor sleep and poor nutrition
Many Americans get less than the recommended amount of sleep, and many do not consume the recommended amounts of important vitamins and minerals. A new study suggests the two...
9 days ago - News Medical - 7 articles
Supplements Have Potential Risks and These Types Are the Worst
Health-conscious people want to do all they can to stay healthy. Some turn to supplements as a way to enhance their diet and lifestyle habits. Other folks see weight loss...
9 days ago - Cathe Friedrich
Easy to grow and nutrient-rich: Considerations and instructions for sprouting
Sprouts are one of the best superfoods found in nature. They are often referred to as a complete food because they are packed with high levels of complete proteins, vitamins...
11 days ago - Natural News
Pine Nut Shells Increase Physical Endurance
Consuming shell of pine nuts, which is a rich source of carbohydrates, minerals, and various organic compounds can help strengthen health and prevent numerous diseases, finds a...
12 days ago - Medindia Health - 2 articles
New bill introduced in senate and house for SNAP eligibility of multivitamins
A new SNAP Vitamin and Mineral Improvement Act was introduced in both the Senate and House this week, reviving the cause after language from a similar act was dropped in the...
12 days ago - NutraIngredients-USA
Artemisia capillaris found to stimulate mineralization of bone, prevent bone loss
Researchers at the Korea Institute of Oriental Medicine looked at the effect of capillary wormwood to prevent bone loss. They published in their results in The American Journal...
12 days ago - Natural News
Oats and gut health: The best breakfast has vitamins and fiber to keep your gut moving
To maintain your gut health, your diet should include fiber-rich oats. As a superfood, oats are full of dietary fibers, disease-fighting phytochemicals, healthy unsaturated...
12 days ago - Natural News
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Being Fit in Middle Age can Reduce Chronic Lung Disease Risk
Good physical fitness in middle age can reduce the risk of developing chronic lung disease, reveals a new study.
Microbes in the Placenta may Contribute to Key Functions in Pregnancy
Microbes found in the placenta may play an essential role in shaping the developing fetal immune system during pregnancy, reports a new study.
Bleeding After Minimally Invasive PAD Treatments can Increase Death Risk
Major bleeding after minimally invasive PAD treatment was found to increase the risk of death, revealed new study.
Link Between Cognitive Decline and Coronary Heart Disease Discovered
Adults with incident coronary heart disease are at higher risk for faster cognitive decline in the long-term, stated new research.
AMA says mature 12-year-olds can consent to vaccination without parents...
At the recently concluded annual meeting of the American Medical Association in Chicago, AMA delegates adopted a doozy of a new policy. The powerful trade group agreed to...
Eating yogurt twice a week could lower the risk of pre-cancerous bowel...
A new study from Washington University School of Medicine has found that men who ate yogurt had a 26% lowered risk of developing adenomas likely to become cancerous.
80% of women don't know alcohol causes breast cancer
Researchers from the University of Southampton surveyed more than 200 patients and staff at a breast care centre in England and found knowledge about the link to alcohol was poor.
U.S. Youth Suicide Rate Reaches 20-Year High
Suicides among teens have especially spiked, with an annual percentage change of 10% between 2014 and 2017 for 15- to 19-year-olds, researchers said.
Study: More Pregnant Women Using Pot, Despite Risks
The percentage of women in the study who reported "daily or near daily" cannabis use during pregnancy more than tripled - from 0.9% of respondents in 2002 to 3.4% by 2017.
Frozen spinach recalled in 19 states after testing positive for listeria
A random sampling of the product, made by Sprouts Farmers Market, tested positive for listeria, a type of bacteria that can cause vomiting, diarrhea and infections.