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How well people with bipolar disorder react to treatment may be affected by their weight and the quality of their diet.
Counseling young people to choose healthier lifestyles may help reduce their risk of developing high blood pressure.
Be careful of substances used to replace sodium.
Diets that include fruits and vegetables have been shown to lower the chance that women will suffer moderate to severe hearing impairment.
Increased consumption of “ultra-processed” food may drive rising cancer rates.
Build your diet around filling, healthy foods.
When lupus took Nick Cannon by surprise, he responded by simply rewriting his life.
Recent tests found traces of glyphosate in the company’s products. The chemical has been linked to cancer and NAFLD.
Consuming more fish and fruits and fewer soft drinks may lower the risk of colorectal cancer.
Regular physical activity and healthy eating can extend the lives of people with colon and breast cancer.
Study finds that being allergic to one nut doesn’t necessarily mean an individual can’t safely eat some others.
The red stuff may exacerbate risk for cancer, heart disease, stroke, diabetes, liver cancer and more.
This annoying condition, also known as nocturia, affects more than half of men and women older than age 50.
A new study has discovered some promising side effects to drinking this popular beverage daily.
In fact, a recent Harvard study has found that people who eat lots of grains are far less likely to develop the metabolic disease.
Nourishing foods can improve health outcomes for people living with HIV.
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