Health Alerts - Important News from Current Research About Health and Nutrition
The use of antibiotics could lead to health issues down the road for patients.
Researchers in Sweden and the U.S. have found the use of antibiotics, especially those with broad spectrum microbial coverage, is associated with an increased risk for new-onset inflammatory bowel disease and its subtypes, ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease.
September 14, 2020
A new phenomenon is causing college students to lose sleep.
Research shows many students lose sleep because of a condition called nomophomia, which is the fear of being detached from mobile phone connectivity.
September 04, 2020
Don't skimp when it comes to olive oil and your heart will thank you.
Researchers in Australia have found consuming extra virgin olive oil on a daily basis can lower blood pressure, thereby reducing a major risk factor for cardiovascular disease.
August 31, 2020
Vitamins and minerals can lessen symptoms and help you recover from illness quicker.
Researchers at Oregon State University found older adults who took a daily multivitamin and mineral supplement with high amounts of zinc and vitamin C had less severe symptoms and shorter periods of illness than those given a placebo.
August 24, 2020
Be careful if eat while your brain is occupied.
Researcher shows people who engage in perceptually demanding activities may miss fullness cues and consumed more food than those who eat while performing tasks that required less attention.
August 17, 2020
Fish oil has been shown to protect the brain from a lot of things and now you can add something else to the list.
Researchers at Columbia University have now found omega-3 fatty acids could protect the brain from the damaging effects of air pollution.
August 06, 2020
Meditation could help prevent coronary artery disease.
Researchers found a much lower prevalence of coronary artery disease among people who regularly meditate.
August 03, 2020
Adjusting your meal times may be enough for you to reach your weight loss goals.
Researchers found time-restricted eating, also known as intermittent fasting, was effective for losing weight as well as improving insulin resistance and oxidative stress levels.
July 27, 2020