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Can A Diet Slow Aging?
There are a lot of anti-aging treatments and products out there, but the science behind many of them is lacking. Here's what we know so far.
More than Picky Eating: Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder
Some picky eaters don't really even like food. Their limited diets can affect their growth. Here are a few strategies that seem to help.
Nutrition Guidance from the American Heart Association
The AHA takes a long view of eating healthy. It should start in childhood and take sustainability and access to fresh foods into account.
A Vegan Walks into a Drug Store...
People who eat a vegan diet take fewer than half the medications dairy and meat-eaters do. They also avoid the risk of drug interactions.
Solitary Mealtimes Hurt Heart Health
Eating most of your meals alone raises the risk of heart problems. Some of it is about what these people eat, but there are other factors.
Non-Surgical Approaches to Obesity Treatment
There are new, non-invasive treatments available and coming for obesity. Few people are taking advantage of them. Insurance is one factor.
Foods to Prevent Falls and Fractures
Your bones need protein and calcium to stay strong and help keep you safe as you age. A few tweaks to your diet can make a big difference.
Weight Loss Sparks Deep Metabolic Changes
Dieting changes hunger hormone levels. This can lead to a loss of belly fat and improved insulin sensitivity — a huge boost to health.
To Navigate Better Dietary Choices, Use a Compass
A food profiler assigns scores from one to 100 to a wide variety of foods, so consumers can track their eating habits more easily.
Weight Loss Surgery OK’d for Obese Youth
Young people who are obese can benefit from weight-loss surgery, too. It's safe, and it can reverse the health risks of being overweight.
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