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'A healthy diet with lots of fruits and vegetables and adequate protein and grains can help you maintain your immunity.'
Experts say washing produce or containers with warm water is enough to kill coronavirus. You don't need to use bleach, which can actually be dangerous
A recent study found that more than a quarter of millennials are either vegetarian or vegan, and that over a third of meat-eating millennials eat at least four vegetarian dinners each week.
If you make a conscious decision to achieve a healthier weight, you will need to choose a diet that is right for you.
A new study adds to the evidence linking kids' sleep habits to their weight.
According to new research, extensive breakfasting should be preferred over large dinner meals.
A new study found that nutritional supplements don't offer health benefits, and could even be harmful.
Is eating lunch more associated with frustration, than nutrition, because of a hectic schedule or bland canteen offerings?
Gaining, not losing, the right amount of weight may actually be the right thing for your health.
You shouldn't have to flush healthy living down the toilet with your used tissues while self-isolating against coronavirus.
Confining yourself to a home or practicing 'social distancing' may be necessary, but can come with uncomfortable side effects.
A new study shows that cues from humans may play an important part in the way gulls find food.
Researchers found that four-year-olds who'd received more than nine antibiotic prescriptions were twice as likely to be obese as their peers with no antibiotic exposure.
Researchers are unsure if enlargement of the aorta caused by long-term endurance exercise is beneficial or harmful.
The results of a new study suggest the possibility of using dietary intervention as a possible approach to improve sperm quality of men in reproductive age.
Probiotics – the 'good' bacteria found in several foods and supplements – are believed to be beneficial, but are they?
Many think the word 'diet' is synonymous with weight loss, but how could it help your organs, like your brain, in old age?
Researchers at the University of Otago studied people on intermittent fasting, paleo, and Mediterranean diets. Some were easier to stick to.
A recent study revealed why we should consume less red and processed meats.
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