Seniors: These Activities Help Keep Your Brain Sharp

With age comes a natural decline in brain function known as mild cognitive impairment, or MCI, but Mayo Clinic researchers…

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Kids Gain a Lot from Just 10 Minutes of Exercise Every Day

A new study points to the benefit of encouraging kids to add just 10 minutes of high-intensity exercise to their…

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Humans and Honeybees: What’s the Gut Connection?

For starters, it seems the overuse of antibiotics is harmful to both species, say researchers from the University of Texas…

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Babies and Children also Benefit from Probiotics

We know babies get their first dose of beneficial bacteria from their mothers, and as they grow older children develop…

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World Health Day 2017: Focus on Mental Health

On April 7 we celebrate World Health Day. Each year the World Health Organization—founded on this day in 1948—chooses a…

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Study: These Two Simple things May Help Lower Obesity Risk

Life can get pretty hectic—which means nowadays a meal is often something we grab on the go as we zip…

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Additional Good Bacteria May Help Relieve Allergy Symptoms

New research out of the University of Florida is nothing to sneeze at. That’s because researchers believe providing additional good…

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Watch this Quick Video for Simple Tips to Support Immune Health

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention tell us flu activity is on a steady rise this season. A good…

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Meal, Real Meal, or Snack? Young Adults Weigh in on Healthy Eating

A new study published in the Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior comes just in time for National Nutrition Month®.…

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Are Babies Consuming Added Sugar in Breast Milk?

Breast milk is often called the “original superfood” because of the abundance of nutrients and natural antibodies passed from mother…

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Spring into Healthy New Routines: 5 Quick Tips

As you emerge from the winter months ready to refocus your health and nutrition goals, now is a good time…

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This Simple Activity Can Improve Your Mental Health

We know from previous studies that spending time in nature benefits our mental health by giving our brains a chance…

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Study Explores How Exercise Benefits the Brain

Canadian researchers are looking into ways to preserve brain health as we age, but it may surprise you to hear…

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Global Study Finds the World is More Obese than Ever

Across the globe, people are heavier now than ever before. The news follows a recent study led by Imperial College…

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Eat Better, Poop Better—Helpful Tips for Better BMs*

We’ve all heard the expression “You are what you eat,” and something similar can be said about our bowel movements.…

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