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2014/12/23 22:14
2014/12/23 22:14
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MONDAY, Dec. 22, 2014 (HealthDay News) -- Americans are buying fewer pre-packaged baked goods, such as pies, cakes and cookies, new research shows. However, the study authors also found that people...
2014/12/23 22:14
2014/12/23 22:14
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2014/12/23 15:08
2014/12/23 15:08
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For many people, the New Year is an opportunity for a fresh look at life - a time to resolve to return to or even begin a healthy lifestyle. But with an internet full of misinformation and some...
2014/12/22 18:55
2014/12/22 18:55
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Over the past year, trendy diets touting unique health benefits seemed to be the �hot diet� until someone came out with a �better� one the next month. Unfortunately, many of these diet trends won�t...
2014/12/22 14:54
2014/12/22 14:54
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... - Researchers are recommending nationwide standards in sports exams for young athletes. A study in Pediatrics says that sudden cardiac death is the leading cause of death in young people who...
2014/12/18 12:27
2014/12/18 12:27
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Years ago, scientists played around with a pound of squishy, slimy human fat and found that it contained 3,500 calories of energy. But— sorry to break it to you— burning a pound of fat isn't as...
2014/12/17 15:15
2014/12/17 15:15
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Apparently 100 bites of food a day will lead to weight loss, and there's a new device to keep track of those numbers for you. One mouthful at a time: 100 hundred bites a day for weight-loss? Chewing...
2014/12/17 13:45
2014/12/17 13:45
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By Melaina Juntti for Men's Journal From Atkins to low-fat to paleo, there's always some sort of fad diet making waves. To the millions of Americans wanting to drop pounds and get healthier, these...
2014/12/17 06:48
2014/12/17 06:48
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By Amanda MacMilian, Outside Enjoy that fruitcake. There’s nothing wrong with athletes gaining a few pounds over the holidays. In fact, for someone like a runner who’s been competing at race weight,...
2014/12/17 01:45
2014/12/17 01:45
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Maybe you're not hungry in the a.m., but eating some calories now can keep cravings at bay later. In one study in the Nutrition Journal, overweight girls who ate a 350-calorie breakfast with at least...
2014/12/15 19:06
2014/12/15 19:06
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Want to give the gift of nutrition this Christmas? Here’s a sampling of useful books from reliable sources: Diabetes Meal Planning and Nutrition for Dummies >> (By Toby Smithson, RDN, CDE, and Alan...
2014/12/15 10:52
2014/12/15 10:52
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You could be eating extra sugar and fat Consumer Reportsreviewed 81 products free of gluten across 12 categories and found that many of them added sugar and fat to give their food more taste. “Gluten...
2014/12/10 14:08
2014/12/10 14:08
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Using a standardized set of measurements will help health professionals more accurately diagnose malnutrition among children ages 1 month to 18 years, as well as improve their treatment, according to...
2014/12/09 07:23
2014/12/09 07:23
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Keep foodborne illnesses off the menu this holiday season. Some of your guests may be at a higher risk for developing serious illness from food poisoning, including young children, pregnant women,...
2014/12/05 15:27
2014/12/05 15:27
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When you cut your finger or get injured in the gym, your body responds with soreness, swelling, redness and throbbing pain. That’s inflammation and it’s how your body heals itself. On the flip side,...
2014/12/04 22:36
2014/12/04 22:36
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By Alex KramerHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- Getting kids involved in the kitchen, through cooking classes or at home, may make them more likely to choose healthy foods, according to a recent...
2014/12/02 12:40
2014/12/02 12:40
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When you think of protein, I'll bet a juicy burger comes first to your mind. But, there are important protein food sources beyond beef, chicken, pork or fish. Today I want to focus on an all-star...
2014/12/02 10:52
2014/12/02 10:52
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The weather has cooled and with that comes an increase in the sniffles and sneezes. This year, during your efforts to fend off a cold or the flu, you should consider stocking up on fermented...
2014/12/01 22:50
2014/12/01 22:50
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By Alex KramerHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- Getting kids involved in the kitchen, through cooking classes or at home, may make them more likely to choose healthy foods, according to a recent...
2014/12/01 17:46
2014/12/01 17:46
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Let's be honest, we all tend to eat too much this time of year, and nothing I can say will change that. So, rather than do without, how about promising yourself not to overdo it this year? I asked...
2014/11/28 18:52
2014/11/28 18:52
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Alex Kramer HealthDay Reporter Sara Haas, a spokesperson with the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, noted that time is a factor. "It has a lot to do with eating more convenience foods because...
2014/12/23 22:14
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