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Gluten-Free Diet May Increase Risk of Arsenic, Mercury Exposure

Connection Between Gut, Diet, and Colorectal Cancer

Many Parents Don't Promote Healthful Eating in Children

Mediterranean Diet May Decrease Pain Associated With Obesity

Food Subsidies and Taxes Significantly Improve Dietary Choices

Resveratrol May Be Effective Intervention for Chronic Lung Disease

Ketogenic Diets Shown Safe and Effective for Rare and Severe Epilepsy

Helping Parents Understand BMI Can Reduce Childhood Obesity

Probiotic Combination Might Curb Allergy Symptoms

College Students' Perception of Dietary Terms Could Improve Nutrition Education

Mercury in Fish, Seafood May Be Linked to Higher ALS Risk

Research Reveals Help For Eating Disorder Patients

Vitamin D Deficiency May Increase Chronic Headache Risk

• Diet Helps Shed Pounds, Release Toxins, and Reduce Oxidative Stress

• Mediterranean Diet May Benefit Brain Health

• Fish Sauce Provides Better Nutrition for Mothers and Babies

• Teachers May Cause 'Obesity Penalty' on Girls' Grades

• Nutrition's Role in Healthy Aging and Age-Related Disease Reduction

• Exercise May Not Be Key to Weight Control

• Internalizing Weight Bias Can Be Detrimental to Health

• Coupons for Produce Can Boost Healthful Food Purchases

• Calorie Restriction Improves Life Span and Quality in Monkeys

• Association Between Eating Hot Peppers and Decreased Mortality

• Students Gain Average of 10 Pounds During College

• Probiotics Can Reduce Stress and Anxiety Levels

• Most Children Don't Receive Evidence-Based Obesity Care

• Fat Cell 'Browning' Could Help Treat Obesity and Diabetes

• 'Western' Maternal Diet May Increase Children's Obesity Risk

• Beans and Peas Increase Fullness More Than Meat

• Study Finds Sugar Guidelines Based on Low-Quality Evidence

• Silencing Fat Protein Improves Obesity and Blood Sugar

• Overweight and Obese Children at Highest Risk for Some Infections From Surgery

• Low-Carb Diet Alleviates Inherited Intellectual Disability in Mice

• Foods Rich in Resistant Starch May Benefit Health

• Does Good-Tasting Food Cause Weight Gain?

• Zinc in Biofortified Crops Reduces 'Wear and Tear' on DNA

• Diet of Fruits and Vegetables May Help Kidney Disease Patients

• Consumption of Grilled Meat Linked to Higher Mortality in Breast Cancer Survivors

• Time-Restricted Feeding May Fight Obesity

• Physical Activity May Combat Risks of Work Stress

• Sleep Deprivation Associated With Excess Calories

• Avocado Extract Can Prevent Listeria in Food

• Molecular 'Pillars' Team Up to Protect Liver From Toxic Fat Buildup

• Wine Byproduct Increases Antioxidants in Coffee

• Replacing Diet Drinks With Water Can Speed Up Weight Loss

• Preventing Childhood Obesity Preconception

• Mediterranean Diet May Reduce Risk of AMD

• Improved School Lunches Lead to Better Health

• DHA Supplements Could Prevent Preterm Births

• Childhood Cancer Linked to Poor Diet in Adulthood

• Exercise Can Prevent Disease, Weight Gain in Menopausal Women

• Calcium Supplements May Damage the Heart

• Curbing Unhealthful Eating Habits in Teens

• Scientists Find No Link Between Appetite and Calorie Intake

• Microbiome Imbalance May Be Unrelated to Obesity

• Diet and Exercise Work Equally Well to Protect Heart Health

• Common Food Additive Promotes Colon Cancer in Mice

• 'Nudges' Help Students Select Healthful Lunches

• Obesity May Be Independent Risk Factor for Heart Failure

• Glycemic Index May Be Unreliable Indicator of Blood Sugar Response

• Playground Zoning Increases Physical Activity During Recess

• Personalized Nutrition Better Than 'One-Size-Fits-All' Approach

• DASH Diet May Improve Gout Blood Marker

• Resveratrol May Slow Decline in Alzheimer's Patients

• Obese ARDS Patients Have Poorer Quality of Life Posthospitalization

• Successful Physical Activity Intervention for Children

• Replacing One Sugary Drink With Water Improves Health

• Mortality Risk Measured in Refractory Celiac Patients

• DASH Diet May Reduce Risk of Kidney Disease

• Why Some Diet Plans Don't Work

• Hungry Parents May Feed Their Kids More

• Lesser-Known Vitamin D Forms in Food

• Weight Loss Program Extends Beyond Diet

• 'Hunger' Neurons in the Brain Activated During Fasting

• Your Kids Are What You Eat

• Global Obesity Estimates May Be Too Low

• Brain Stimulation May Reduce Food Cravings

• Whey May Help Manage PKU

• Cutting Calories May Reduce Inflammation

• Early Preschool Bedtimes May Reduce Obesity Risk

• Game May Help Brain Resist Temptation

• Sensors on Packages Can Detect Spoiled Foods

• Meat Consumption May Contribute to Global Obesity

• Breast Milk Protein May Reduce Infection Risk in Premature Infants

• Obesity Adds Potential Complications for ICU Patients

• Program Helps Children, Families Eat More Healthfully

• Brain Receptors in Postmenopausal Women May Limit Physical Activity

• Soy Protein May Protect Women With PCOS From Diabetes, Heart Disease

• Blood Pressure Hormone May Promote Obesity

• Sewage Sludge Could Make Great Sustainable Fertilizer

• Amino Acid Cysteine May Combat Huntington's Disease

• Cinnamon May Help Improve Learning

• Brain Response to Food Cues May Differ in Severely Obese Women

• Copper May Be Key in Burning Fat

• Low-FODMAP Diet Shows Clinical Success

• Prepackaged, Portioned Meals Can Lead to Greater Weight Loss

• Physical Activity Builds Stronger Bones in Children

• Pregnant Women's Diets May Affect Future Generations

• Consumers Treat Superfoods as 'Extra Insurance'

• New Surface Coatings Hold Promise for Food Safety

• Chefs Using Functional Ingredients to Drive Menu Trends

• Age, Obesity, Dopamine May Affect Preference for Sweets

• Banning Unrealistic Body Images Has Merit, but Presents Challenges

• Cattle Diet Impacts Ammonia Emissions

• Cartoon Characters Increase Kids' Vegetable Consumption

• Resistant Starch May Benefit Those With Metabolic Syndrome

• School Lunch Subsidy Could Boost Local Economies

• Arrows on Grocery Floors Increase Proportion Spent on Produce

• Nutrition Labels May Lead to Buying More Raw Seafood

• High-Fructose Diet in Pregnancy May Be Harmful

• Gut Enzymes May Be Localized in Taste Cells

• Omega-3 Consumption May Decrease Fatal Heart Disease Risk

• Harsh Parenting, Food Insecurity Predict Obesity for Young Women

• Diabetes Patients Show Improvements With Structured Nutrition Therapy

• Sugar Substitutes May Cut Calories but Not Benefit Obese Individuals

• Study Finds New Celiac Disease Risk Factor

• Exercise Keeps Muscles — and You — Young

• Saturated Fats May Affect Body Clocks, Causing Metabolic Disorders

• Rural Residents Seek Farmers' Markets

• Nasal Spray Improves Self-Control in Overweight Men

• Vitamin D May Encourage Muscle Mass Development in Toddlers

• Store Hours an Obstacle to Fresh Foods in Low-Income Areas

• More Muscle Mass Linked to Lower Mortality in Those With Heart Disease

• Vitamin A May Have an Impact on Heart Health

• Breast Milk Linked to Significant Early Brain Growth in Preemies

• Junk-Food Eaters May Improve Diet When Rewarded

• Study Finds No Change in Food Allergy–Related Antibody Levels

• Nutrition Scientists Provide Updated MyPlate for Older Adults

• Increased Protein Intake Linked to Feelings of Fullness

• Can Nutritional Supplements Impact Hearing Loss in Children?

• Blueberries Could Help Fight Alzheimer's Disease

• Vegans May Lack Essential Nutrient Intake

• Lead Exposure Changes Gut Microbiota, Increases Obesity Risk

• Education Could Help Teens Limit Caffeine Consumption

• Effects of Poor Diet and Lack of Exercise on Age-Related Conditions

• Families, Media Play Key Roles in Childhood Obesity

• Bone Density Lower With Use of ADHD Medicine

• Fatty Diets Lead to Daytime Sleepiness, Poor Sleep

• Researchers Find Key to Zinc-Rich Plants to Combat Malnutrition

• Weight Loss Surgery May Beat Diet at Inhibiting Cancer

• Toddlers With Sweet Tooth More Likely to Experience Weight Gain

• Blueberries May Offer Benefits for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder

• Classroom Program Increases School Breakfast Participation

• Quantifying the Environmental Benefits of Skipping the Meat

• Dietary Changes May Help Postpone Dialysis in Patients With Chronic Kidney Disease

• Losing Fat While Gaining Muscle With Protein

• Cholesterol Levels Improve With Weight Loss and Healthful Fat-Rich Diet

• Oklahoma Is One of the Most Food-Insecure States

• Can Publishing Calorie Counts on Menus Help Reduce Obesity?

• Vitamin C Could Reduce Risk of Cataract Progression

• Vacations Can Lead to Weight Gain, Contribute to 'Creeping Obesity'

• Vitamin D Levels Linked to Weight-Loss Surgery Outcomes

• Study Finds Higher Fat Variation of DASH Diet Beneficial

• What You Eat Can Influence How You Sleep

• Possible Link Between Processed Foods and Autoimmune Diseases

• Water Dispensers in NYC Schools Associated With Student Weight Loss

• USDA Launches Online MyPlate, MyWins Challenge for National Nutrition Month

• Activity Trackers Are Better at Counting Steps Than Measuring Sleep

• Bones of Obese Children May Be in Trouble

• LISTEN: Sharon Palmer talks food trends with Melissa Dobbins on Sound Bites Podcast

• Coffee May Improve Athletic Endurance Performance

• Tests Show No Specific Gastrointestinal Abnormalities in Children With Autism

• People in Food Deserts Eat Much Differently Than the Rest of America

• NYU Study Defines Social Motivations of Urban Farms

• Mississippi Now Requires Nutritious Snacks in Schools

• Eating Almonds Daily May Improve Health

• In Obese Patients, 5% Weight Loss Can Significantly Improve Health

• Nanoparticle Therapy May Kill Liver Cancer Cells

• One in Ten Adolescents Living With Food Insecurity Has Poor Mental Health

• Improving Health and Family Relationships Through Cooking

• Mayo Clinic National Health Check-Up Reveals Americans' Health Attitudes

• 'Urban Garden' Helps Cancer Survivors Lower Risk of Recurrence

• Treating Excess Weight and Obesity Requires Many Different Approaches

• Walking Faster or Longer Linked to Cardio Benefits in Older Adults

• Men Eat to Excess When They Need to Impress

• Low-Sugar Diet Makes Foods Taste Sweeter But Doesn't Change Preferred Level of Sweetness

• Zinc Supplement Boosts Serum Zinc Levels and Immunity in Older Adults

• Yale Team Deciphers Sugar's Siren Song

• Fiber-Rich Diet May Reduce Lung Disease

• Meals at Dining Establishments Tip the Scales

• Anemic, Underweight Pregnant Women at Greater Risk for Hepatitis E

• Fewer Than One in 25 Seattleites Can Really Eat Locally

• Doctor Helps Create Program to Provide Healthful Fruits, Vegetables to SNAP Recipients

• Study Shows Link Between Breakfast Quality and Educational Attainment

• Blood Sugar Levels in Response to Foods Are Highly Individual

• Dept. of Health and Human Services and USDA Release New Dietary Guidelines

• No Increased Dementia Risk Found in Diagnosed Celiac Patients

• A Protein-Packed Breakfast Prevents Body Fat Gain, Improves Glycemic Control in Overweight Teens

• Sense of Community Drives Farmers' Markets Growth

• Reducing Sugary Beverages Boosts Kids' HDL in Study

• Birth Weight and Poor Childhood Growth Linked to Hearing and Vision Problems in Middle Age

• Alcohol Sensitizes Brain Response to Food Aromas

• Healthful Diets for Youths With Type 1 Diabetes Can Be Hard for Parents to Obtain

• Faster Weight Gain Can Be Safe for Hospitalized Anorexia Patients

• US Obesity, Excess Weight Rates Continue Upswing

• Study Shows Ways to Reduce Wasted Food in the Home

• For Children With Allergies, Reading Food Labels Is Crucial

• Specific Foods May Slow Cognitive Decline In Aging Adults

• During Kids Eat Right Month, Academy Urges Congress to Prioritize Nutrition Health for Nation's Children

• Eating Less Late at Night May Stave Off Sleep Deprivation

• Component in Green Tea May Reduce Prostate Cancer in Men at High Risk

• Food Labels Nudge Diners to Eat More Healthfully

• Study Finds Many Probiotics Are Contaminated with Traces of Gluten

• Is Diet or Exercise the Best Way to Reduce Diabetes Risk?

• RDBA Launches New EDUTRAC® Education Programs for Retail Dietitians

• Using a Shopping List May Aid Food Desert Residents

• Study Boosts Low-Sodium Diet With Electronic Salt Spoon

• Mother's Diet Influences Weight-Control Neurocircuits in Offspring

• Dietary Supplements Shown to Increase Cancer Risk

• Overnight Fasting May Reduce Breast Cancer Risk in Women

• Most Weight-Loss Programs Lack Evidence of Effectiveness

• Choice of Protein- or Carb-Rich Foods May Affect Long-Term Weight Gain

• Eating Green, Leafy Vegetables Keeps Mental Abilities Sharp

• Children's Menu Items Tied to Ordering Patterns, Restaurant Revenue

• Obese Teens' Brains, Mouths Unusually Susceptible to Food Commercials, Study Finds

• Study Shows Skipping Meals Is Linked to Abdominal Weight Gain

• Academy Commends Strong, Evidence-Based Dietary Guidelines Report

• Keeping Food Visible Throughout the House Is Linked to Obesity

• Experts Offer Suggestions for Nudging Children Toward Healthful Food Choices

• MIND Diet May Significantly Protect Against Alzheimer's Disease

• Vitamin D May Help Prevent and Treat Diseases Associated with Aging

• Strength vs. Endurance: Does Exercise Type Matter in the Fight Against Obesity?

• Certifying Board for Dietary Managers Receives Re-Accreditation

• Consuming Eggs with Raw Vegetables Increases Nutritive Value

• Experts Say Self-Reported Obesity Data Too Inaccurate

• Men's Diets Related To Local Offerings, Unlike Women's

• Experts Cite Strategies to Nudge Children Toward Healthier Food Choices

• Liraglutide May Help Overweight and Obese Adults Lose Weight Safely

• Nutrition Education May Help Prevent Breast Cancer Reoccurence

• New AMA, CDC Initiative Aims to "Prevent Diabetes STAT"

• Smart Phones, Social Media Encourage Healthy Habits

• Current Nutrition Labeling Hard To Digest

• 2015 Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee Submits Report

• Sleep-Related Problems May Increase Risk of Obesity in Kids

• Midlife Diabetes Linked to Future Cognitive Decline

• Occupational Sitting Is Associated With Obesity

• Teens With Disabilities May Face Greater Obesity Risk

• Fast-Food Consumption Linked to Lower Test Scores in 8th Graders

• Dietary Flavanols Reverse Age-Related Memory Decline

• Broccoli Sprouts May Aid Treatment for Autism

• US Waistlines Continue to Increase

• FDA Finalizes Menu and Vending Machine Calorie Labeling Rules

• Thiamine Deficiency May Cause Brain Damage

• Black Women More Likely to Underestimate Body Weight

• Diabetes Patients Don't Reach Recommended Exercise Levels

• Obesity Increases Risk of Certain Breast Tumors Among Black and Hispanic Women

• Moms More Likely Than Dads to Check for Sugars on Nutrition Labels

• Expert Gives Tips for a Healthy Halloween

• High Percentage of Recalled Dietary Supplements Still Have Banned Ingredients

• Study Finds Older Patients Are Often Malnourished

• Poor Diabetes Patients 10 Times More Likely to Lose Limbs

• Instant Noodles May Increase Health Risks for Women

• Fitness May Prevent Depression in Adolescent Girls

• Too Much or Too Little Salt May Be Harmful

• Vitamin D Deficiency Affects Women Undergoing IVF

• Capsaicin Potentially Reduces Risk of Colorectal Tumors

• Enriching Enteral Nutrition Doesn’t Affect Infection Risk

• Weight Loss Cuts Care Costs for Diabetes Patients

• Parents Support Healthier School Food Policies by 3-to-1 Margin

• Where You Live May Put You at Risk for Foodborne Illness

• Surgery vs Diet Improves Diabetes Patients’ Quality of Life

• Sugar Coating Helps Determine Cancer Cell Survival

• Chinese Herbal Extract May Help Kill Pancreatic Cancer Cells

• Train Your Heart to Protect Your Mind

• High Insulin Levels Tied to Obesity Pathway

• Fruit and Vegetable Intake Still Too Low

• Keep Lunch Boxes Clean to Reduce Germs, Illness

• The Academy Debuts New Online Platform to Support Patient Care

• Freezing Blueberries Improves Antioxidant Availability

• Healthy Lifestyle May Buffer Against Stress-Related Cell Aging

• High-Salt Diet Doubles Threat of Cardiovascular Disease in People With Diabetes

• School Gardens Boost Exercise, Sprout Fit Kids

• Study Examines Effect of Insulin With Metformin

• Obesity Linked to Low Endurance, Increased Fatigue in the Workplace

• Cherry Juice Reduces Oxidative Stress in Cyclists

• Healthy Lifestyle May Buffer Against Stress-Related Cell Aging

• Experts Voice Concerns Over Arsenic in Rice

• Stress and High-Fat Meals Combine to Slow Metabolism in Women

• Experts Develop Food Safety Campaign to Keep Older Adults Safe

• Cinnamon May Halt the Progression of Parkinson’s Disease

• Reducing Alcohol, Even for Light Drinkers, May Improve Heart Health

• Omega 3 Fatty Acids Lessen Severity of Osteoarthritis in Mice

• Proteins Causing Daytime Sleepiness Also Tied to Bone Formation

• Vitamin A Derivative May Treat Type 2 Diabetes

• Broccoli Sprout Beverage Enhances Detoxification of Air Pollutants

• Creating Sustainable Food Systems for Underserved Communities

• Rethink Your Drinks and Hydrate Right This Summer

• High-Protein Diets May Lower Risk of Stroke

• Grain Legume Crops Sustainable, Nutritious

• FDA and EPA Issue Draft Updated Advice for Fish Consumption

• Researchers Test Accuracy of Fitness Bands

• Chia Seeds May Be Natural Ingredient in Food Product Development

• Landmark Federal Ruling Expands Nutrition Services in Hospitals

• Poor Diet Before Pregnancy Is Linked With Preterm Birth

• Have Diabetes, Will Travel

• Some Consumers Confuse Local With Organic Food

• The Academy Reminds Men to Eat Right for Every Decade of Life

• Nutrition Scientist Becomes President of the American Society for Nutrition

• European Farmers Face Uncertainty in Adapting to Climate Change

• Fruits and Vegetables, but High-Fat Snacks: Home Food Environment of Overweight Women

Academy Praises New Rule That Will Provide Hospital Patients With Better, Faster Nutrition Care

• Five-Year Survival of Diabetic Kidney Recipients on Par With Nondiabetics

• More Patient Education, Not Physician Training, Helps Control Diabetes

• If Kids Know It’s Good For Them, Will They Eat It?

• New Agricultural Framework Increases Food Security

Teens Switch From Sugary Drinks With Peer Intervention

• Breast-Feeding Benefits Appear to Be Overstated

• Researchers Identify Critical Link Between Obesity, Diabetes

• PFC Exposure May Spark Metabolic Changes in Children

• Young Children Have Excess Saturated Fat, Sodium in Diets

• Infant-Feeding, TV, and Activity Practices Affect Obesity Risk

• Tracking Neighborhood Eating Habits to Promote Healthier Diets

• Stronger Adolescents Have Less Risk of Diabetes, Heart Disease

• Depression Linked With Double the Kidney Failure Risk in Diabetics

• Understanding Binge Eating and Obesity

• Black Vegetarians at Lower Risk for Heart Disease

• Diabetes in Middle Age May Lead to Brain Cell Loss Later in Life

• Obesity From Consumption of Fried Foods May Depend on Genetics

• Henry Ford Health System: Healthy Food Options Trims Fat and Costs

• The Skinny on Teen Obesity Surgery

• Lowering Blood Pressure's Effects on Cognitive Decline in Diabetes Patients

• Study Provides Surprising New Clue to the Roots of Hunger

• Healthy Food Is Good for You — and Can Sell, Too

• Lunchbox Challenge Influences Healthy Eating Habits in Children

• Vitamin D Deficiency May Compromise Immune Function

• Obese Patients Who Feel Judged by Docs Less Likely to Shed Weight

• Red Meat Allergies Likely Result of Lone Star Tick

• Child Obesity: Cues and Don’ts

• Foods and Moods: Why Did You Eat That?

• Nontraditional Risk Factors Illuminate Racial Disparities in Diabetes

• Crowdsourcing Technique Helps Uncover New Obesity Predictors

• Obese Americans Get Less Than One Minute of Vigorous Activity Per Day

• Diabetes Guideline Changes May Lead to Underdiagnosis in Children

• Waistlines Depend on Weekday Menu, Not Weekend Splurges

• Traditional Chinese Medicines Stall Progression of Diabetes

• The Proposed Nutrition Facts Panel Makeover

• Using Probiotics to Prevent GI Disorders in Infants

• Joslin Finds Metabolic Clues to Diabetic Kidney Failure

• Obese Children Have Higher Stress Hormone Levels

• Telltale Genes Linked to Eating Disorders

• Race Trumps Economic Status in Access to Healthful Food

• You Are What Your Father Eats

• Diabetes Drugs Affect Hearts of Men, Women Differently

• New Tests Studied for Long-Term Diabetes Complications Prediction

• Breaking the Cycle of Obesity, Inflammation, and Disease

• Researchers Earn Patent of Use for Antiobesity Compound

• Study Suggests Low Vitamin D Causes Damage to Brain

• Does Obesity Reshape Our Sense of Taste?

• Caution to Pregnant Women on Red Meat Diabetes Link

• Amount, Types of Fat We Eat Affect Health and Risk of Disease

• Breathalyzer Technology Detects Acetone Levels to Monitor Blood Glucose

• Studies Reinforce Importance of Food as Provider of Vitamins, Nutrients

• The Great Disappearing Act: Bone Marrow Receiver Cured of Allergy

• Low-Fat Fish Oil Diet May Prevent Prostate Cancer Growth, Recurrence

• Weight Loss Not Always Good for Romantic Relationships

• Experts Recommend Diabetes Testing at First Prenatal Visit

• Soft Drinks, Sugar May Negatively Affect Kidneys

• Data Cast New Light on Nonceliac Wheat Sensitivity

• Cardiovascular Complications, Hypoglycemia in Elders With Diabetes

• Bone Deterioration Another Complication to Diabetes

• Nutrition Edu. Leads to Healthier Choices Among Low-Income Families

• Stomach 'Clock' Tells Us How Much to Eat

• Metabolically Healthy Obesity Does Not Guarantee Clean Bill of Health

• Healthful Diets Possible in Low-Income, Rural Communities

• Eating Fish, Nuts May Not Help Older Women’s Thinking Skills

• For HDL Cholesterol, Fitness Trumps Weight

• New Link Between Obesity and Diabetes Found

• Smaller Bowls May Help Curb Childhood Obesity

• BMI May Predict Heart Disease Risk for Type 2 Diabetes Patients

• Weight Loss Surgery Effective in Kidney Disease, Side Effects Are High

• Prices and Family Interactions Influence Eating Behaviors

• Three Nutrition Classes Impact Behaviors in Lower Income Women

• Women With Diabetes at Much Greater Risk for Heart Disease

• Analysis of Food Blogs as Sources of Nutritionally Balanced Recipes

• Those Allergic to Gelatin Should Be Cautious Getting the Flu Shot

• Some 'Healthy' Vegetable Oils May Increase Heart Disease Risk

• Weight Is Risk for Heart Disease Regardless of Metabolic Syndrome

• Study Links Youth Obesity to TV Fast Food Advertising

• Four Case Reports: Herbal and Weight Loss Supplements, Energy Drink Associated with Liver Damage, Failure

• Role of Brain Stress in Obesity and Type 2 Diabetes

• Diet, Exercise for Knee Osteoarthritis Improves Function

• CHOP Is First in Nation to Disallow Use of Dietary Supplements

• Scientists Identify Brain Circuitry That Triggers Overeating

• Link Found Between High-Fat, High-Calorie Diet and Pancreas Cancer

• System to Predict Diabetes Remission After Surgery

• Urine Test May ID Diabetics at Risk for Cognitive Decline

• Eating Fish, Nuts May Not Help Thinking Skills After All

• Obese Stomachs Tell Us Diets Are Doomed to Fail

• Graduate Certification Program Targets Childhood Obesity

• New Research Supports Intentional Weight Loss for Older Adults

• Changing Breakfast Habits May Not Affect Weight

• Older Adults Live Longer With a Few Extra Pounds

• Students Learn During School Meals With Teachers

• Vitamin D Alone Does Little to Protect Bones in Postmenopausal Women

• School Lunch, TV Time Linked With Obesity

• Study Estimates Economic Impact of Childhood Food Allergies

• Vanderbilt Tracking Drug’s Ability to Prevent Type 1 Diabetes

• Can Vitamin B Supplements Help Stave Off Stroke?

• Household Routines May Help Reduce BMI in Minority Children

• DBT Improves Adherence in Teens With Chronic Illness

• Why Energy Drinks Are Harming Children, Adolescents

• Move It and Lose It: Every ‘Brisk’ Minute Counts

• Intervention Prevents Weight Gain Among Black Women

• IFT Launches Global Food Traceability Center

• Phys Ed Mandates Have Mixed Success in Fighting Obesity

• New Fruit Products Incorporate Old and New

• Breastfeeding Associated With Decreased Risk of Overweight in Japan

• High Glucose Levels Linked to Dementia

• Vitamin D and Breast Cancer Prevention: What’s the Evidence?

• Taxing Sugary Beverages Not Clear Cut Strategy to Reduce Obesity

• Employers Can Motivate Employees to Get Moving

• 5 Claims About Probiotics and Good Gut Health

• Want Kids to Eat Healthier? Don’t Tell Them, Show Them

• Obesity and Asthma: Study Finds a Link in the Genes

• FDA Defines “Gluten Free” for Food Labeling

• Fish Oil Supplements May Protect Against Type 2 Diabetes

• Changing Gut Bacteria Through Diet Affects Brain Function

• Vegetable Fat Use May Benefit Men With Prostate Cancer

• Spicing Up Food Can Make Up for Missing Fat

• Prostate Cancers Are Fewer, Smaller On Walnut-Enriched Diet

• Study Confirms Link Omega-3s and Prostate Cancer

• New Data Support Community-Wide Approach to Addressing Child Obesity

• Consult an RD in the Supermarket: Stores Hire Pros to Lure Shoppers

• Food Portion Descriptions Affect How Much We Eat

• Vegetarian Diets Associated With Lower Risk of Death

• Type 2 Diabetes Algorithm and Consensus Statement Now Available

• Reduction in BMI Improves Insulin Selectivity in Obese Teens

• Maternal Overweight Associated With Increased Risk of Preterm Delivery

• ANFP Efforts Realized With Healthcare Bill Introduction

• Community-Based Programs May Help Prevent Childhood Obesity

• BMI of Low Income Blacks Linked to Fast Food Restaurant Proximity

• Gym Class Reduces Probability of Obesity, Study Finds for First Time

• 'Doctor Shopping' by Obese Patients Negatively Affects Health

• Fish Oil May Help the Heart Beat Mental Stress

• Calcium Supplements Linked to Longer Lifespans in Women

• Health Care Coverage for Kids With Diabetes Varies by State

• How State and Local Governments Can Address the Obesity Epidemic

• Adult Stem Cells Could Hold Key to Creating Cure for Type 1 Diabetes

• Sitting Time Associated With Risk of Chronic Diseases

• Supplemental Calcium May Increase CVD Risk

• Can Men Prevent Diabetes With Testosterone Boost?

• Microorganism Linked to Body Mass, Fat Accumulation

• Overweight in Youth Tied to Future Risk of Kidney Disease

• What Motivates Black Men to Stay Healthy?

• Fruit Juice Cuts Down Fat in Chocolate

• What Do We Eat? New Food Map Will Tell Us

• Study: Eating Omega-3s, Avoiding Meat, Dairy Preserves Memory

• Biomaterial Shows Promise for Type 1 Diabetes Treatment

• Study: Inconsistent, Slow Reduction in Sodium Levels in Food

• Weight Gain Linked with Personality Trait Changes

• In Wake of New Report, Academy Reminds Consumers to Follow Sodium Dietary Guidelines

• Type 1 Diabetes and Heart Disease Linked by Inflammatory Protein

• Optimal Vitamin D Dosage for Infants Uncertain

• Short-Term Food Deprivation Linked to High-Calorie Food Options

• Teen Moms at Greater Risk for Later Obesity

• Physicians Less Likely to ‘Bond’ With Overweight Patients

• Quit Smoking? Vitamin E May Give Extra Boost to Heart Health

• Binge Eating Curbed by Deep Brain Stimulation in Animal Model

• Vitamin E Identified as Potential Weapon Against Obesity

• A New Protein Target for Controlling Diabetes

• Obese Men With Benign Biopsy at High Risk for Prostate Cancer

• Adoption of Healthy Lifestyle Low by Individuals With CVD

• Higher Blood Omega-3s Associated With Lower Risk of Premature Death in Older Adults

• Selenium May Be Protective Against Advanced Prostate Cancer

• Cholesterol Buildup Links Atherosclerosis, Macular Degeneration

• Decreased Melatonin Secretion Associated With Higher Risk of Developing Type 2 Diabetes

• Serious Mental Illness No Barrier to Weight Loss Success

• Vitamin D Benefits Breathing in Tuberculosis Patients

• Obesity May Be Linked to Microorganisms Living in the Gut

• Protein-Rich Foods Make More of Breakfast

• Endocrine Disorder Is Most Common Cause of Elevated Calcium Levels

• Reprogramming Cells to Fight Diabetes

• Risk of Pancreatitis Doubles for Those Taking New Class of Diabetes Drugs

• Medical Association Appeals to Diabetes Patients to Press for Congressional Action

• Coalition Launches Push for Labeling Genetically Engineered Foods in PA

• Thigh Fat May Be to Blame for Older Adults Who Slow Down

• Vitamin D, Omega-3 May Help Clear Amyloid Plaques Found in Alzheimer's

• Study Reveals Keys to Success in Free Online Weight Loss Program

• High Supplemental Calcium Intake May Increase Risk of CVD Death in Men

• Mediterranean Diet Supplemented With Walnuts Reduces Risk of Stroke, Cardiovascular Diseases

• Fish Oil May Protect Dialysis Patients From Sudden Cardiac Death

• Binge Drinking Increases Risk of Type 2 Diabetes by Causing Insulin Resistance

• Study: Small Amounts of Activity Possibly as Beneficial as Large Amounts

• Obesity May Increase Risk of MS in Children and Teens

• Research Shows Combination of Key Nutrients Reduces Stress, Emotional Problems in ADHD

• Simple, Daily Steps Can Reduce Risk of Heart Disease, Mayo Clinic Experts Say

• Academy Position Update: Overall Eating Patterns Are Most Important for Healthful Eating

• Study Raises Questions About Dietary Fats and Heart Disease Guidance

• Cardiologist: Awareness Still Lacking of Seriousness of Heart Disease in Women

• Eating Deep-Fried Food Is Associated With an Increased Risk of Prostate Cancer

• Make 2013 Healthier by Adding Five Foods to Your Daily Fare

• Respiratory Infection Strategy: Get a Flu Shot and Enough Vitamin D

• Researchers Identify Important Factor in Fat Storage and Energy Metabolism

• Sticking with Smaller Goals Keeps Weight Loss on Track

• Sweetened Drinks Linked to Depression, Coffee Tied to Lower Risk

• Doctors Share Tips for Turning Resolutions Into Habits

• Scientists Unlock How Insulin Interacts With Cells

• Childhood Obesity Linked to More Immediate Health Problems Than Previously Thought

• Weight-Control Experts Stress Education, Commitment

• Knoji Launches In-Depth Consumer Report Covering the Leading Diet Systems and Services

• Can Going Hungry as a Child Slow Down Cognitive Decline in Later Years?

• Metformin Improves Blood Glucose Levels, BMI in Very Obese Children

• Milk Drinkers May Yet Get Heart-Healthy Omega-3s by the Glass

• Lifting Weights Protects Against Metabolic Syndrome

• Cardiac Risk Factors May Be Linked to Blood Flow to Brain

• Belly Fat, Insulin Resistance Increase Diabetes Risk

• No More Diabetes: Not All Bariatric Surgeries Are Created Equal

• More Calories Burned When Working Out With Someone Perceived as Better

• Penn Study Shows Link Between Fat Cell and Brain Clock Molecules

• Parents Focus on Kids, Neglect Own Diet and Exercise Needs

• Vitamin D May Prevent Clogged Arteries in Diabetics

• Airport Security X-Rays May Damage Diabetes Devices

• How to Keep Food Safe When Tailgating

• How to Eat Healthy During the Holidays

• Worldwide Diabetes Cases Hit Record, Half Go Undiagnosed

• Women and Exercise: It May Not Always Be Fun, but It’s Beneficial

• Socioeconomic Status Linked to Childhood Peanut Allergy

• Frail Older Adults Are Much More Likely to Be Food Insufficient

• An Egg a Day to Keep Allergies Away

• Gen X Overtaking Baby Boomers on Obesity

• Secret to Losing Weight Is in the Freezer Says Loyola Physician

• Dietary Supplements Can Cause Liver Injury Says Hepatologist

• Timing Key When It Comes to Weight Loss, Research on Mice Shows

• Halloween Mini Treats Could Scare Up High Calorie Counts

• Halloween Candy: How Much is Too Much?

• Cholesterol Levels Improving Among US Adults

• Exercise Eases Premature Cardiovascular Aging Caused by Diabetes

• Education About Risk Factors for Cancer, CVD Increases Fruit Consumption

• Obesity, Metabolic Syndrome Associated With Impaired Brain Function in Teens

• Minutes of Hard Exercise Can Lead to All-Day Calorie Burn

• Can Eating Tomatoes Lower the Risk of Stroke?

• Reading Food Labels Helps Shoppers Stay Thinner

• Vitamin D Supplementation Does Not Reduce Rate or Severity of Colds

• Overweight Kids Consume Fewer Calories Than Healthy Weight Peers

• Do Family Meals Really Make a Difference for Child Academics, Behavior?

• Older Adults Not Prepared to Ensure Food Safety During Power Outages

• Arsenic in Rice: New Report Finds 'Worrisome Levels'

• New York OKs Nation's First Ban on Super-Sized Sugary Drinks

• New Consumer Resource Helps Demystify Common Food Ingredients

• Nonalcoholic Red Wine May Help Reduce High Blood Pressure

• Algal DHA Improved Reading Progress, Behavior in Underperforming Kids

• Urinary Protein Excretion Raises Diabetics’ Heart Risks

• Vitamin D Supplements Do Not Improve Cholesterol

• Obese Americans May Be Pushed Toward Unhealthful Decisions

• Softer Fast Food Restaurant Lighting, Music Can Cut Calorie Intake 18%

• Chocolate: A Sweet Method for Stroke Prevention in Men?

• Experts Reveal World’s Largest Database on Lifestyle-Cancer Links

• Experts Urge Holistic Approach Rather Than Only Sodium Focus

• Study Finds Mechanism That Turns White Fat Into Brown Fat

• Help May Be on the Way to Slow Rapid Over-Ripening of Bananas

• Study Attempts to Reverse Autoimmunity in Type 1 Diabetes

• Even Minor Physical Activity May Benefit Bone Health

• Should Doctors Treat Lack of Exercise as a Medical Condition?

• Is There Such a Thing as Eating Too Many Fruits and Vegetables?

• Lower Vitamin D Could Increase Risk of Dying for Older Adults

• Children's Healthful Diets Lead to Healthier IQ

• Childhood Obesity May Affect Puberty Timing, Create Problems With Reproduction

• Vitamin E May Lower Liver Cancer Risk

• Children Allergic to Eggs Can Benefit From 'Egg Therapy'

• New Initiative to Bridge Gap Between Doctors, Food, and Healthcare

• AllergyEats Doubles Number of Menus Available, Adds Enhanced Search Results

• NYC Trans Fat Ban Can Serve as Model for Creating Healthier Food Supply

• Why Some Olympic Athletes Need to Gorge

• Discovery of Chemical That Affects Biological Clock Offers New Way to Treat Diabetes

• Treating Chronic Hepatitis C With Milk Thistle Extract Does Not Appear Beneficial

• Vitamin D Deficiency and Lung Function in Asthmatic Children

• Treating Diabetes Early, Intensively Is Best Strategy

• Overweight Men Can Boost Low Testosterone Levels by Losing Weight

• Front-of-Pack Labels, In-Store Promotion Can Lead to Healthier Choices

• Low-Dose Vitamin D May Not Prevent Fractures in Healthy Women

• Study Addresses Barriers to Physical Activity Counseling

• Study Identifies Bariatric Surgery Patients Likely to Achieve Diabetes Remission

• 'Dessert with Breakfast Diet' Helps Avoid Weight Regain by Reducing Cravings

• Risk Factors for Heart Attack Remain Low 7 Years After Gastric Bypass

• New Insulin Means Fewer Bouts of Hypoglycemia at Night for Elderly Diabetics