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Eat the Clock
Time-restricted eating is a popular diet trend right now. But does when you eat really make a difference?
Giving Healthy Behaviors a Mindful Boost
Mindfulness is a bit of a buzzword, but a review of the research shows the practice in self-regulation it offers furthers health goals.
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.
Good News for Obese Heart Patients
Weight-loss surgery -- gastric bypass or sleeve gastrectomy -- improves the health of even those who have had a heart attack.
YouTube Channels Promote Junk Food
Millions of kids see the posts kid influencers put up on social media. It's a new way to advertise unhealthy foods to children.
It Pays to Lose
When adults who were obese managed to lose enough weight to bring their BMIs into the overweight range, their mortality risk dropped by 54%.
Now Hair This
Your hair is a record of what you eat. Researchers are using hair analysis to evaluate diet differences among neighborhoods.
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.
Fasting and Weight Loss
Restricting the number of hours you eat each day can be a simpler way to diet. But going without food for longer is not necessarily better.
Public Health Policies that Made a Difference
A two-cent soda tax cut consumption by about seven ounces a day; raising the standards of a food program definitely improved nutrition.
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