Health Benefits of Grapefruit: Weight Loss and Much More
Grapefruit is full of health benefits and it helps with weight loss! Also, grapefruit helps lower cholesterol, fights heart disease and so many other things. It is a powerful...
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There's Only One Right Way to Squeeze a Lemon
When life hands you lemons-do this.
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ESPEN guideline on clinical nutrition in acute and chronic pancreatitis
Both acute and chronic pancreatitis are frequent diseases of the pancreas, which, despite being of benign nature, are related to a significant risk of malnutrition and may...
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Tamarind nutrition facts, medicinal properties and health benefits
Delicately sweet and sour tamarind is rich in antioxidant agent tartaric acid. Apart from culinary uses, its pulp has been in use as a laxative in the traditional medicines.
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Weekend Eating Jet Lag Linked to Obesity
Changing the timing of the three meals during the weekend is linked to obesity, said study. The importance of regularity in eating schedules could be an element to consider as...
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The modern diet dilemma: Is it better to. eat meat? Go vegan? Something in between? The truth about what's right for you
Some vegans believe meat causes cancer and destroys the planet. But meat-eaters often argue that giving up animal foods leads to nutritional deficiencies. Both sides say their...
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6 Lifestyle Changes That'll Boost Your Brain Power, According to a Neurologist
Maintaining a healthy lifestyle is like wearing a helmet throughout life: it's the first line of defense when protecting your brain. While there is "no silver bullet for...
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Nutritional Status in Adolescents with Esophageal Atresia
To examine factors that may affect nutritional status in adolescents with esophageal atresia.
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Elevated branched-chain amino acid levels tied to heart failure risk
Adults with type 2 diabetes may be more likely to experience heart failure if they have elevated branched-chain amino acid levels, according to findings published in...
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Effects of a commercially available branched-chain amino acid-alanine-carbohydrate-based sports supplement on perceived exertion and performance in high intensity endurance cycling tests
Sports nutritional supplements containing branched-chain amino acids have been widely reported to improve psychological and biological aspects connected to central fatigue and...
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Obese women with polycystic ovary syndrome have more harmful gut bacteria
Colorado researchers looked at the guts of 58 obese teenage girls with PCOS. They found these girls had high levels of bacteria linked to too much testosterone - a cause of PCOS.
New Skin Cream can Protect Against Diseases Like Zika and Dengue
New skin cream used to treat warts and skin cancer may help protect people against viral diseases like Zika and dengue, according to a new study.
Kids Born to Moms with Diabetes at Higher Risk of Obesity
Multiple metabolic disorders in mothers during pregnancy affect their children's body mass indexes later in life, where children are at a higher risk of developing obesity.
Snakes Could be the Culprit Behind Deadly Coronavirus Outbreak in China
Coronavirus Outbreak: Snakes could be the original source of deadly coronavirus outbreak in China, reveals a new study.
US FDA Approves 1st Drug for Thyroid Eye Disease Treatment
US Food and Drug Administration approves the first drug called Tepezza for the thyroid eye disease treatment, a rare condition where the muscles and fatty tissues behind the...
E-Cigarette's Popularity Rising on Instagram Despite FDA's Anti-Vaping Content
Instagram influencers appear to be dampening FDA's campaign against vaping as a new study finds that Pro-vaping Instagram posts far outweigh FDA's e-cigarette awareness...
Traumatic Brain Injury Disrupts Sleep
A traumatic brain injury triggers a reduction in growth hormone secretion and new study shows why most TBI patients improve after growth hormone replacement treatment.
'Yo-Yo' Blood Pressure Numbers in Youth a Bad Sign for Health Later
In fact, every 4 mm Hg spike in systolic blood pressure - the top number in a reading - during young adulthood was tied to a 15% higher risk for heart disease in midlife, the...
How stress causes grey hair: Hormone permanently damage stem cells which...
Studies on mice showed the stem cells in the hair follicle which colour hair are damaged in response to a stress hormone called norepinephrine. The effects are irreversible...
The first flu vaccine in pill form may be around the corner, study finds
A new study showed that, when participants were given a new oral flu vaccine pill compared to the standard injectable, 29% of the tablet group fell ill compared to 35% of the...