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Early Soda Drinking Could Harm Cognitive Performance Later
Scientists were surprised to find sugary beverages harmed rat pups' mental performance. They were more surprised when they looked at why.
Popeye Was Right
Greens give you the nitrates you need to stay strong, particularly after about the age of 45, when poor muscle function can lead to falls.
The Heavy Metals in Your Baby's Food: Part Two
The alarming results of a Congressional investigation into levels of lead, arsenic and mercury in baby foods, including findings by brand.
Are You Vegetarian or Pastatarian?
Avoiding meat can be a good idea; but something else matters more, and it may spell trouble for certain kinds of plant-based diets.
Vegans' Soft Spot
Vegans do better on most measures of health - cholesterol, blood sugar, weight - but bone density is not one of them. Some recommendations.
Heavy Metals Found in High Concentrations in Baby Food
Baby foods contain high levels of lead, arsenic, cadmium and mercury — all of which can harm developing brains and lower IQ.
Get the Most from Your ‘Five-a-Day’
Eating five servings of fruits and vegetables a day is a proven way to boost longevity.
An Online Nudge Toward Healthier Food Purchases
In addition to being convenient and COVID-free, shopping online has the potential to help you make better food choices. Here's how.
How Inflammatory Foods Harm the Immune System
Certain ingredients in packaged foods make inflammation more likely. That loads down our immune system and is bad news for overall health.
Time to Get Smart about Carbs
"Low-carb" isn't the issue. It's pretty simple to understand what distinguishes carbs that contribute to health from those that damage it.
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