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How to enjoy eating alone: Look in a mirror

How to enjoy eating alone: Look in a mirror

A new study demonstrates that dining with a mirror might make it more enjoyable. People have been shown to eat more and rate the food as more enjoyable if they…

Children shorter if they drink non-cow’s milk, study suggests

Children shorter if they drink non-cow’s milk, study suggests

Researchers have linked the consumption of non-cow’s milk with shorter height in children. A new study of more than 5,000 children has associated consumption of non-cow’s milk with shorter height,…

Pregnancy diet high in refined grains could increase child obesity risk by age 7, NIH study suggests

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Low-fat dairy intake may raise Parkinson’s risk

Low-fat dairy intake may raise Parkinson’s risk

Researchers have identified a link between higher intake of low-fat dairy and the risk of Parkinson’s. Low-fat dairy is often seen as a healthful alternative to the full-fat kind. But…

Ulcerative colitis diet: Foods to choose and avoid

These tabs require JavaScript to be enabled. Barthel, C., Wiegand, S., Scharl, S., Scharl, M., Frei, P., Vavricka, S. R., … & Biedermann, L. (2015, August 12). Patients’ perceptions on…

Drinking coffee and tea may prevent liver disease

Drinking coffee and tea may prevent liver disease

The results of a new study have concluded that tea and coffee consumption can do wonders for liver health. Cirrhosis, or chronic liver disease, is a serious condition and a…

Can you be allergic to coffee?

Can you be allergic to coffee?

Coffee is the morning drink of choice for many people around the world. It provides caffeine, which helps to stimulate the body and mind and be alert and ready for…

Starving prostate cancer with what you eat for dinner

When you dine on curry and baked apples, enjoy the fact that you are eating something that could play a role starving – or even preventing – cancer. …

Is white or whole wheat bread ‘healthier?’ Depends on the person

Despite many studies looking at which bread is the healthiest, it is still not clear what effect bread and differences among bread types have on clinically relevant parameters and on…

Food policies have potential to lower US cardiovascular disease rates

Food policies, such as fruit and vegetable subsidies, taxes on sugar sweetened drinks, and mass media campaigns to change dietary habits, could avert hundreds of thousands of deaths from cardiovascular…