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• 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

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