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Additives Found in 60% of American Foods

Looks like the food system is going away from its natural roots.

A recent study shows a full 60 percent of foods purchased by Americans contain technical food additives, a 10 percent increase in the past 20 years.

, May 31, 2023


Multivitamins Improve Memory and Slow Cognitive Aging

Good news for multivitamin users regarding memory.

Research from Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Columbia University shows daily multivitamin supplementation is able to improve memory and slow cognitive aging in older adults.

, May 31, 2023


Kids in Better Shape are Sharper in the Classroom

Improving your fitness level may improve your grades in the classroom.

Researchers at Nottingham Trent University in England found the fittest adolescents showed better attention, perception and memory, as well as higher-level decision making and complex thinking than their less-fit classmates.

, May 22, 2023


Better Eating Improves Your Fitness

Eat better and you will see an improvement in your fitness level.

A new report from the European Society of Cardiology says by just incorporating a better diet you will improve your fitness level.

, May 15, 2023


Exercise Boosts Immune Response in Cancer Patients

It's not time to rest after a cancer diagnosis.

Scientists in Finland have found the resulting immune stimulation from exercise reduces the side effects of cancer treatments and improves the quality of life and prognosis of cancer patients.

, May 08, 2023


Walnuts Aid Cognitive Development in Adolescence

Walnuts are good for developing brains.

New research from Spain found eating walnuts aided the cognitive development of young teens at a time when their brains are going through a critical stage of progression.

, May 01, 2023


Forever Chemicals Linked to Weight Gain

Outside factors may be making it harder to lose weight.

New research from the University of Rhode Island found a direct link between “forever chemicals” in drinking water and being overweight; as well as having difficulty in keeping weight off after losing it.

, April 23, 2023


Irregular Sleep Tied to High Blood Pressure

If you care about your blood pressure you need to care about your sleep.

Research from Australia shows the chance for high blood pressure increases dramatically for every hour of sleep lost or for major shifts in regular sleep patterns, especially among overweight, middle-aged men.

, April 17, 2023


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