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Sugar Spikes during Pregnancy Bring Epigenetic Changes
The sugar spikes that come with gestational diabetes can cause epigenetic changes in unborn babies. Exercise can remove much of the risk.
Know the Sugars in Your Sugar
Not all sugar is the same. Eating some sugars stimulate our bodies to signal that we are full; others trigger a craving to eat more.
Heart Health Starts at Bedtime
Healthy sleep patterns protect against heart failure, reducing the risk by 40%. Sleeping well is not rocket science -- you can fix this.
Eat the Clock
Time-restricted eating is a popular diet trend right now. But does when you eat really make a difference?
Some foods fuel chronic inflammation, a cause of heart disease; others put a lid on it. It pays to know which is which.
Sweet Drinks Hurt Hearts
Artificially sweetened drinks may be almost as bad for your heart as sugary beverages. Here's a pretty simple work-around.
Heartburn Treatments and Type 2 Diabetes
Proton pump inhibitors are often prescribed for acid reflux, but they raise the risk of type 2 diabetes. It's worth trying other approaches.
Late Night Risks for Type 2 Diabetics
Night owls not only tend to eat more, they move less -- a very bad combination for people with diabetes or prediabetes.
Make Telemedicine Accessible for Seniors
Telemedicine is safer for seniors, but vision and hearing loss and technology are obstacles to using it. Here are trends that should help.
Obesity and Pregnancy
When a mother-to-be is obese it can interfere with the development of areas of the fetal brain implicated in ADHD and decision making.
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