How healthy are restaurants in comparison to eating fast food or eating at home?
Full-service restaurants are not much healthier than eating fast food, a new study finds.
Continue reading Study Reveals Whether Restaurants, Fast Food or Eating At Home is Healthiest
Type 2 diabetes risk can be reduced by adjusting the dietary intake of certain foods.
Dietary fibre — especially from cereal and vegetable sources — can reduce the risk of developing diabetes, a new study finds.
Continue reading The Dietary Change That Reduces Diabetes Risk
Migraines are often caused by stress, but how can they be treated without drugs?
Meditation might be a path to migraine relief, reports a new study in the Journal of Head and Face Pain (Wells et al., 2015). Continue reading Migraine Misery Can Be Treated With Ancient Mental Technique
How processed foods change the brain’s ability to recognize fullness.
Eating high-fat, processed foods may stop the brain sensing fullness, leading to overeating, a new animal study reports.
Continue reading Why Tasty Foods Like French Fries Leave You Wanting More
Data from over one million people born over 20 years finds clear link between education and lifespan.
A strong link has been found between education and mortality.
Continue reading Lack of Education As Deadly As Smoking, Study Finds
Here is the amount of morning light you need to get to reduce body fat and BMI.
People exposed to bright morning light have less body fat, a new study finds. Continue reading Why Getting The Morning Sunlight Helps Keep Off Weight
This supplement can benefit people in the preclinical stage of Alzheimer’s.
Omega-3 supplementation can help people with mild thinking problems related to Alzheimer’s disease, a small new study finds.
Continue reading Diet Rich In This Nutrient Benefits People Facing Alzheimer’s Disease
How repeated courses of antibiotics can harm children’s development.
Taking antibiotics at a critical time in children’s development disrupts bacteria in the gut, a new study finds.
Continue reading Antibiotics: The Dangers of Repeat Courses For Children
The “aperitif effect” is not just down to alcohol’s oral ingestion and gut absorption.
Alcohol causes people to eat more partly by increasing the brain’s sensitivity to the smell of food, a new study finds.
Continue reading The Aperitif Effect: How Alcohol Makes You Eat More
Heart attacks are linked to certain indigestion treatments by massive new study based on 2.9 million patients.
Common antacid drugs such as Nexium, Prilosec, and PrevAcid have been linked to heart attacks, a new study finds.
Continue reading Common Indigestion Treatment Linked To Heart Attacks