In order to help control blood sugar, some individuals are mindful of their food’s glycemic index (GI). New research suggests that such information may also be useful to those who are trying to protect their vision from the effects of aging.
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Sleep deprivation can have negative consequences on both the body and the mind, interfering with physical energy and cognition. However, new research suggests that vitamin E may help support the memory functions of people who are not getting enough sleep.
People who provide assistance in times of need may not just be helping other individuals. New research shows that helpers may also be benefiting their own health and experience stress relief.
In an effort to support optimal cardiovascular and digestive health for teenagers, some health professionals may feel it is important to focus on decreasing one’s intake of fat. However, new research suggests it may be more important to increase amounts of dietary fiber.
Though weight loss is recommended for individuals with high body mass indices, young women attempting such changes may put their bones at risk. However, research shows that protein and other nutrients from dairy foods may benefit their bone health.
There are several natural ways to cope with stress, such as meditation and exercise. However, a new experiment conducted in medical students suggests that omega-3 supplements may also help alleviate symptoms.
Pacing oneself while eating may do more than protect someone from choking. It also controls the speed at which the body takes in energy, which may have consequences for weight loss.
As the general public grows more aware of the issues of nutrition and healthy weight in young Americans, new research suggests that integrating cooking classes into the school curriculum could build healthy attitudes toward eating and food preparation in students.
People who eat a Mediterranean diet may boost heart health and optimal blood sugar, according to the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Now, new research suggests that this way of eating may also support the liver.
Environmentalists may push for more commuters to start using bicycles in order to reduce air pollution. However, one recent study notes that making this change can also have several health benefits.