Breaking News: Eating Pasta Won't Make You Fat, Study Says
The wheel of dietary science seems to never stop turning. Carbohydrates are on the downturn at the moment, but at least there's some medical research behind it to lend credence...
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CSIRO study urges Australians to avoid junk protein foods for healthy weight loss
Our favorite burger, pizza, and meat pie may need a re-think after new research by CSIRO shows Australians are not eating the right types, or the right quantity of protein for...
2 hours ago - News Medical - 3 articles
7 Vegetarian Meal-Prep Ideas with Just 10 Ingredients
Ever stumble across a meal-prep pic so gorgeous you contemplated new Pyrex? It may have originated from Nikki Sharp. The wellness expert and vegan-trained chef fills her...
3 hours ago - Health
Stomach Band Claimed to Resolve Obesity
By Dr. Mercola In the U.S., more than 2 in 3 adults are either overweight or obese, while 1 in 13 is considered to have extreme obesity. 1 As obesity rates have risen so, too...
5 hours ago - Mercola - 2 articles
Time-restricted eating is the best way to lose weight and keep it off
Timing is everything, especially when it comes to eating. This is what a group of scientists recently found in an experiment on 12-week old male mice fed a high-fat diet eight...
6 hours ago - Natural News
One year's losses for child sexual abuse in US top $9 billion, new study suggests
A new study found that the annual economic impact of child sexual abuse in the US is far-reaching and costly: In 2015, the total economic burden was approximately $9.3 billion...
9 hours ago - ScienceDaily
Ely Did This 1 Surprising Thing at Dinner in Order to Lose Over 65 Pounds
Ely Fisher initially lost 60 pounds of postpartum weight in just under a year through healthy eating and exercise. She had gained 66 pounds during her pregnancy, and now, three...
10 hours ago - PopSugar
What It's Really Like To Struggle With Hair Loss
“I hate myself,” I wrote. “All I've been able to think about for the past two weeks is my hair. I hate how it's consuming me. Like my hair loss, I feel like my self-pity is...
10 hours ago - Scary Mommy
A Trainer Shares 4 Exclusive Kettlebell Exercises to Shape Up Your Butt and Legs
When you see the kettlebells at the gym , you might have no idea what to do with them. Don't worry - we've all been there. Luckily, we spoke to a kettlebell expert , Eric Leija...
11 hours ago - PopSugar
Could intermittent fasting diets increase diabetes risk?
Fasting every other day to lose weight impairs the action of sugar-regulating hormone, insulin, which may increase diabetes risk. These findings suggest that fasting-based...
12 hours ago - ScienceDaily
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Pregnancy Drug DES Triggers ADHD Generations Later
Pregnancy drug diethylstilbestrol was found to trigger ADHD in the grandchildren of women who used the drug during pregnancy.
Extending Nephron Development In Preterm Babies May Prevent Kidney Disease Later
Scientists identify a possible therapeutic target to extend kidney development in preterm babies that would reduce the risk of kidney failure later in life.
UNDER THE MICROSCOPE: Chris Tarrant answers our health quiz
The TV star, from Reading, walks three miles a day, watches what he eats and still enjoys sex. He's also taken statins and a blood-thinner since suffering a stroke in 2014.
New Risk-score Tool Determines COPD Patients' Risk of Hospitalization
An innovative risk score tool has been developed to effectively predicts future risk of hospitalization for COPD patients, reveals a new study.
New Local Anesthetic Did Not Reduce Use of Opioid Post Knee Replacement Surgery
Liposomal bupivacaine, a local anesthetic to manage postsurgical pain did not reduce the use of opioid or opioid-related complications in patients who received the drug during...
Eating and Sleeping at Wrong Time May Alter Blood Proteins
Eating and sleeping at the wrong time may alter blood proteins. Proteins involved in metabolism, immunity are disrupted after just one simulated night shift. Changes in protein...
Lung Cancer Screenings May Influence Smoking Cessation in High-risk Smokers
Lung cancer screenings which include smoking cessation treatment may have potential to influence smoking cessation in high-risk smokers. Fagerstrom Test for Nicotine Dependence...
Older Adults Prefer Living By Themselves
Older adults prefer to live in their homes, be it alone or with their partners, as opposed to sharing a home with relatives of other generations, finds a new study.
Increase in Local Temperature Associated With Higher Antibiotic Resistance
Increase in the local temperature can correlate to greater antibiotic resistance, finds study.
New Insights to Early Lung Transplant Failure Uncovered
New clues have been found for high rate of failure in lung transplantation. Treatments targeting inflammation may prevent such failure, says a recent study.