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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Ladies, Here’s Why You Shouldn’t Sit All Day

Among several recent studies spotlighting the health risks of a sedentary lifestyle is one published by researchers from the University…

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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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High-Fat Meals Cause Immediate Changes in Healthy Liver Function

German scientists caution that eating just one meal loaded with unhealthy fats causes immediate changes in liver function that may…

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Quick Tip for American Heart Month: Be Mindful of What You Eat

Do you sometimes skip breakfast? Or grab a not-so-healthy lunch on the go? New advice from the American Heart Association…

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Study Explores Link between Diet, Weight, & Gut Bacteria in Dogs

More than half of all dogs in the United States are overweight or obese, a reality that puts their health…

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Study Finds U.S. Kids are Eating More Low-Calorie Sweeteners

Parents may be interested in a new study that shows children’s consumption of low-calorie sweeteners is on the rise. Typically…

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Do this for 5 Minutes Every Hour and You’ll Feel Better

Americans sit a lot, and we know from previous studies that prolonged sitting can have a negative effect on our…

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Why Is Strength Training So Important for Women?

Aerobic exercise may get the blood pumping, but it turns out strength training may be just as important when it…

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Diabetes Tops Health Care Spending in the United States

Despite spending more than 3 trillion dollars each year on health care expenses, statistics tell us Americans are in poorer…

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Study Reveals Why Vitamin D is Good for Your Gut

The human gut is home to roughly 100 trillion bacteria, many of which work to keep us healthy every day.…

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Is Technology Making Our Teens Heavier?

Seeing a teenager glued to a smartphone or tablet is a common site these days, but is all that screen…

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Try this Delicious Recipe for National Oatmeal Month!

Did you know January is National Oatmeal Month? Whole grain oats are a great way to add more fiber to…

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Shake Up the New Year! Simple Shake & Smoothie Recipes You’ll Love

Whatever your personal goals are for the New Year, begin it on a healthy note with these delicious and good-for-your-gut…

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Holiday-Perfect Pork Tenderloin Recipe

Spend less time in the kitchen and more time celebrating with family and friends this season. Seven simple ingredients are…

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