Rice is the most popular grain worldwide, feeding over half of the globe. In the U.S., consumption of this gluten-free grain has doubled over the last three decades. This is good news, as scientists report rice is tied to many health benefits
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- Stick with Healthy Carbs
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As doctors find new ways to extend our lives, more and more of us will succumb to the misery of dementia. Yet despite the advances in the treatment of heart disease and cancer over the past few decades, progress on dementia has been glacial
- Immortality: Holding Back the Years
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- Eating for Healthy Aging
- Top 10 Hotspots for Human Longevity
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- Dementia Syndromes in the Elderly
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- The Dawning of a Ripe Old Age
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At one time your genetic destiny for disease seemed to be etched in stone. At least that was the old way of thinking about genetic predisposition for diseases, such as cancer and heart disease. But there's been a paradigm shift in our inherited genetic profile
- Eat Plant-Based Foods for Health
- 5 Steps to Cut Colon Cancer Risk
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- Is Depression Contagious?
- Which is Worse -- Smoking or Gaining Weight?
- When Food is a Headache
- 5 Surprising Reasons You Can't Stop Sneezing
- Flu-Proof Your Home
- How to Tell a Cold from the Flu
- Common Cold and Flu Myths
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Want to see your doctor, therapist or dentist in the comfort and privacy of your own home? Thanks to telemedicine it's possible. From video chat sessions to personal phone consultations, medical professionals are giving new meaning to the words house calls
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- The Surprising Health Benefits of Texting
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A new study shows that even if you're not technically iron deficient, taking a supplement may stave off your sluggishness
- How Your Meds Can Affect Your Mouth
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- Prevent Deadly Medication Mistakes
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- Determine Risk of Developing Blood Clots Before Discontinuing Blood-Thinning Medication
- Don't Take A Drug Unless You Know Why
- Are Americans Taking Too Many Drugs?
- Counterfeit Medicines: Health and Harm
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Herein lies the vicious cycle: Are obese women obese because they move less, or are they moving less because they are obese? Does it really matter which came first? I don't think so
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Most are easily treatable and disappear on their own or with minor treatment, but more serious conditions merit professional evaluation. Here are common skin conditions your baby may develop
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A popular early screening test for the second deadliest cancer in men is falling out of favor. There is very little evidence to support routine screening for prostate cancer with a PSA test
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Surging hormones trigger some intense body changes during pregnancy. Here's what to really expect when you're expecting
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- The Healthiest Pregnancy Diet
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The evidence has accumulated on the health benefits of tree nuts -- almonds, cashews, macadamias, pecans, pine nuts, pistachios and walnuts -- which provide an excellent source of MUFAs, PUFAs and other health-protective nutrients
While zero-calorie diet sodas have been a dieter's best friend for decades, recent research brings up the question: Do they really work?
A growing number of companies are marketing energy bars as meal substitutes. A nutrition expert tells you whether to bite
Want to cut back on calories and lose weight? Try an edible stop sign
Do you put on pounds every time you go away? Try these simple tips to come home slimmer
Fear prevents 1 in 10 people from seeing the dentist. If you're a drill dodger, find out how you can overcome your anxiety
Hate flossing? You're not alone. Guest blogger Leo Babauta shows you how to make the dreaded chore a painless habit
Think you might have a food allergy? The truth may surprise you
Peanuts have long been known for reducing the risk of heart disease, and research has since linked them to the prevention of other chronic diseases
Researchers say they've developed the first vaccine for visceral leishmaniasis -- a disease that affects 500,000 people each year and has been called the 'parasitic version of HIV'
Doctors may soon be able to warn patients of an imminent heart attack by isolating and examining a particular kind of cell gathered during a blood test
Some insurers and companies are recognizing that preventative health incentives can potentially save lives -- and their bottom line
If you can't afford a personal trainer -- or don't want one -- there are a number of exercise and nutrition resources available on the Internet. Here's a guide for how to use today's top online fitness tools
Plenty of plans and approaches allow for treats, albeit in moderation. Here's a look at 7 diets for dessert lovers
Here's a look at 7 diet plans and approaches that don't keep you perpetually hungry. All 7 emphasize choices that will keep you feeling satisfied that you've had enough
Try these delicious and fast breakfasts to start your day.
Plenty of diet plans make room for alcohol, though moderation is key. Here's a look at six diets that allow drinking
Ideally, every meal you have would be eaten at home comprising a variety of wholesome ingredients. But, when you find yourself faced with the culinary offerings of the nearest 7-Eleven, consider these tips to help find healthier offerings
Diet accounts for 25 percent of cancers in developed countries. But is it what we eat or what we don't eat that is to blame? The scientific research on diet and cancer is intriguing
Can low-acid foods calm heartburn pain? Not necessarily. Learn when and why they might ease your symptoms
Promising research on beta-glucans, a type of soluble fiber, helps explain why incorporating it into your diet could be beneficial
Chefs have turned to the chic shade of black to infuse drama across a stark, white dinner plate. They know that the deep, glossy shade of say black quinoa or black rice can do wonders for the visual appeal of a meal. But are there any nutritional rewards that come along with this elegant color palette?
Only now are researchers understanding the connections between body weight and its health consequences. What's more, evidence is also accumulating that excess body fat impacts the brain, as well. But if abundance of food is a cause, it may also be the cure
Americans are an impatient bunch. We prefer a quick fix over a slow solution to our problems. And when it comes to weight loss, it's no different. Rather than endure lifestyle changes that involve sacrifice and waiting for results, many of us would rather pop a weight-loss supplement pill or endure painful injections if it means quicker, faster, better
On impulse, you grab an extra-large candy bar during your afternoon break. Before you know it, you've polished off the whole thing -- and, at least temporarily, you may feel better. Rest assured, you're not alone. Stress, the hormones it unleashes, and the effects of high-fat, sugary 'comfort foods' push people toward overeating
An easy and satisfying snack on its own, the mildly nutty sunflower seed partners well with every food group, while kicking up the nutrition
I've studied the affects the mind can have on the body, so this shouldn't have come as a surprise, but it really hit home when my young daughter, who was watching the whole thing, asked 'Are you okay, Daddy?' Yes, Daddy (and you!) will be just fine if I follow these six anti-stress tips
You already know you need to eat well to stay healthy, but scientists are now zeroing in on specific diet strategies that can help bolster immunity. With cold and flu season right around the corner, here are three to add to your arsenal
Are your tummy troubles all in your head? Yes and no. There's a reason why, when you're upset, you feel a knot in the pit of your stomach
You might have heard that rambutan is one of the hottest 'superfruits' of the year, as some popular magazines and websites have proclaimed. And this exotic fruit certainly looks the part
Yes! Eggs are a nutrition bonanza, concludes a review of 25 studies on eggs and health
The symptoms of lactose intolerance can be controlled through diet. At first, it may be recommended that you eliminate all dairy products to see if your symptoms resolve. However, most people can tolerate small amounts of lactose, so it's usually not necessary to completely avoid dairy products from then on
Your eyes may be the mirrors to your soul, but your gums might be the mirrors of your health. Here's dietary Steps to Help Prevent Gum Disease
If you take a vitamin pill, these warnings probably apply to you
Want an easy and delicious way to get (and stay) healthy and happy? Just add these eight healthy foods into your diet
Certain weight-loss regimens lay down the law more harshly than others. Take a closer look at these 6 diet plans with strict rules
When it comes to sleeping peacefully at night, it's not so much about the money under the mattress as the money invested in the mattress -- and in white noise machines, blackout shades, and medicinal sleep aids
A stealth health approach to diet change can be an effective way to achieve your goals for a healthy weight, as well as protection against chronic diseases such as heart disease and diabetes. Here's 9 Small Diet Changes that Lead to Big Results
The attitude on coffee and health has come full circle, due to research that reveals this plant-based beverage might actually have some health benefits
Hint: It may have to do with your ability to focus, new research says. Learn more to feel happier now
While natural colorants made from foods like beets are available, many manufacturers opt for synthetic dyes--which may have dangerous health consequences, particularly for children
Employers have significantly cut many of the benefits they offer to workers over the past five years. Here's a look at the workplace perks that have significantly declined
Maybe it's time to give the job of measuring blood pressure to machines, not humans. That's the novel -- and successful -- approach taken by teams in Canada and the Netherlands
'I just think it's a good idea,' says Peterson, who considers the frequent tests essential to maintaining the couple's mostly good health. The Fairfax County resident brushes aside concerns about the downside of their screenings, which exceed what many experts recommend. 'Most older people do what their doctors tell them. People our age tend to be fairly unquestioning'
Escalating concerns over food safety have given way to myths and confusion over how you can best protect yourself from food-borne illness in your home. Our food safety expert cuts through the hype on some of today's most widespread food safety myths
Pizza can, fairly easily, fit into a healthy diet. The next time you're in the mood for a hot, cheesy slice, first check out these tips to help keep your health in mind
Here's foods to use and avoid to help get a good night's sleep
When your joints are happy, you don't even know they're there. But if they are inflamed with arthritis, the condition can be painful and debilitating. Although the first line of defense for arthritis is medication, research is unfolding about the effects of diet on joint health. The following diet and lifestyle changes may help soothe arthritis symptoms
Make way for the plant-based diet, the latest buzzword for an optimal diet that focuses on plants, such as grains, legumes, vegetables, fruits, nuts, and seeds, rather than a diet of animal products like meat, fish, poultry, eggs, and dairy. Health experts extol the virtues of a plant-based diet as a healthy eating style
Oranges are rich in vitamin C and full of other antioxidants that help protect the body from illness. One orange alone supplies about 120 percent of the recommended daily amount of vitamin C, in addition to being a good source of fiber and the B supervitamin folate. Yet oranges have plenty of other goodies
It's not foolish to question your doctor's advice. You need to understand the reasoning and the facts behind a doctor's advice, particularly when you wonder if the advice really applies to you
A new study has linked popular sleeping pills such as Ambien and Restoril with a nearly five-fold increased risk of death
Wealthier people do live longer, but the reason isn't as obvious as it seems
Our panel of nutrition experts discusses the latest consumer attitudes on diet and predicts the top food and nutrition trends coming your way this year
Knowing how to handle an accident speeds healing -- and can even save your life. Are you prepared for these health emergencies?
Annual flu shots might soon become a thing of the past, and threats such as avian and swine flu might disappear with them as a vaccine touted as the 'holy grail' of flu treatment could be ready by next year
Do you feel tired or run-down? Go to the store, and you'll see a multitude of vitamins, herbs, and other supplements touted as energy boosters. But do they really work?
Maximize your mental sharpness, sports performance and even romance just by understanding your internal body clock.
There are many good reasons to pick up a pomegranate: the bright red fruits are festive, seasonal, pack tons of antioxidants and, a new study suggests, may help relieve symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis, an autoimmune disease
'Organic' has become a buzzword in everything from food to apparel. But what exactly does that mean, and are foods with the organic label really better for you?
Saturated fat, trans fat, mono- and poly-unsaturated fat -- and let's not forget those omega-3 fatty acids! It's enough to make your head spin! Here's what you really need to know
Adherents say eating gluten-free can ease everything from abdominal pain to heartburn, arthritis to headaches. Some people even claim that it boosts weight loss and improves energy. But should you try a gluten-free diet?
Want more energy? Improved stamina? Calmer nerves? Eat your colors and harness the power of phytochemicals -- organic compounds found in fruits and vegetables that endow them with their respective colors, each of which bestows unique nutritional benefits
A flurry of research both affirms and denies the connection between cancer and cell phones. Here's how to stay safe until scientists reach a consensus
Even a minor health problem can spoil a vacation. And a major one can make you regret ever leaving home. Of course, there are no guarantees, but taking the following precautions can improve your odds for a medically uneventful trip
Weight-loss operations that change how the stomach and intestines digest food have been hailed as a potential lifesaver for people who are severely overweight. But these benefits, which accrue only with a lifelong commitment to healthy eating and exercise, must be balanced against possible risks
How Much Water to Drink? Advice on Water Intake, Filters and More
Making wise food choices is tough for everyone but it's particularly difficult if you suffer from food sensitivities.
As an alternative to your morning cup of coffee or tea, yerba mate is making a big splash in the U.S. Grown beneath the tree canopy in the South American rainforest, yerba mate is becoming a very popular drink
Feeling good, having energy and being healthy are so critical to living your best life. So, how healthy are you?
A new study shows you're more likely to make dangerous drug mistakes in summer. Here, simple steps to stay safe
If you think a high SPF rating means you're safe, think again. Here's what you really need to know
The age-old food pyramid is a goner. Can the new MyPlate icon improve your eating habits? Learn more here.
Summer is berry season. The prime time for strawberries has passed, but July and August bring raspberries, blueberries, cherries and blackberries. Berries are perhaps the easiest way to fulfill the fruit part of the 'eat more fruit and vegetables' mandate
Big positive change doesn't require a lot of effort or time. Sometimes the small things can produce massive change -- like a small spark in a dry forest. A fun way to add some positivity to your day and to create a better life is through 'sparking.' Sparking is when you add brief but healthful things to think or do throughout your day. Here's how you do it
Health practitioners from across the country gathered in San Francisco for the 8th Annual Nutrition and Health Conference. We listened to their conversation in order to share their words of wisdom
Cancer has the biopsy, kidney disease has the urine test, and HIV has the cheek swab, yet diagnosis for mental illness is often nothing more than a survey or a conversation with a psychiatrist
Drinking water with fresh-squeezed lemons helps you to stay healthy, fight signs of aging and stoke your metabolism. Here's the skinny
A hospital in the area is advertising robotic surgery. Is it really any better than having a surgeon do the operation?
If you've decided to go vegan, whether for health or philosophical reasons, it's important to put a little thought into your new strategy. It's also important to ensure that you get a balanced diet that meets all of your nutritional needs. Check out our Nine Vegan Diet Rules to make the most of your diet
All in all, statins can reduce the risk of heart attacks and other major clinical manifestations of coronary artery disease (CAD) by up to 37 percent. And since heart disease is America's leading cause of death, it's no wonder that the seven statin drugs are the best-selling prescription medications in the United States
If you've ever struggled with your weight, you know how difficult the fight is. You cut back on calories and drop 10 pounds, only to see your weight creep back up to where it was before. You could swear that your body has some magical number in mind for your weight despite your best efforts to keep it off. Now scientists believe your suspicions might actually be accurate
Whether it features soup in Vietnam, biscotti in Italy, or scrambled eggs in the U.S., breakfast revs up the body after a night's sleep, giving us energy and nutrients to face the day. Studies suggest that eating breakfast regularly is associated with good health -- and that the timing of the meal, as well as what's in it, matters
When it comes to eating, the larger problem of accounting for preferences is an area of considerable ignorance. But researchers are now beginning to understand the complicated stew of genes and environment that helps determine our favorite -- and least favorite -- foods
Scientists are especially interested in turmeric's curcuminoid compounds -- in particular curcumin. Curcumin is nontoxic and possesses a variety of therapeutic properties, including analgesic and antiseptic, as well as antioxidant and anti-inflammatory.
To perk up your physiological state, be sure to get enough sleep, eat nutritious meals and exercise regularly. Then brighten your thoughts with these simple strategies to kick a bad mood to the curb
Bartolo Colon, a pitcher for the New York Yankees, is at the center of a Major League Baseball (MLB) investigation after he opted for stem cell therapy to treat an elbow and shoulder injury. MLB wants to know whether such stem cell treatment qualifies as a performance-enhancing drug
You can reduce your risk of a second heart attack by 70 percent by making some important changes in your diet, according to Janet Bond Brill, Ph.D., R.D. Brill, who is an expert on cardiovascular disease and diet, hopes to help the more than 13 million Americans who have survived a heart attack or been diagnosed with heart disease
Monkeys are being trained to control what might be the world's most sophisticated and human-like robot arm. But they never touch the prosthetic limb or fiddle with a remote control; they guide it with their thoughts alone. If trials are successful, people with spinal cord injuries could soon learn to do the same
The cocoa bean formally belongs to the genus Theobroma, or food of the gods. Not many mortals would disagree. And science now rewards their taste. Researchers are finding that consumption of cocoa-rich chocolate, loaded with classy antioxidants, offers a growing array of benefits to brain and body
For decades, scientists have documented that people inaccurately perceive their own weight status. But in the past, women typically viewed themselves as being heavier than their bathroom scales indicated. Today, the tables have turned
E. coli isn't the only bug with renewed bite. Antibiotic-resistant bacteria in hospitals kill around 63,000 people in the United States each year. These include common bacteria, such as those that cause gonorrhoea; Staphylococcus, which a recent study found on nearly half of U.S. supermarket meat; and vancomycin-resistant Enterococcus (VRE), which thrives in antibiotic-treated chickens
Convenience usually means fast food, pop-in-the-microwave processed foods and grab and go packs. In other words, foods typically laden with calories, fat, refined carbs and sodium, and low in vitamins, minerals, fiber and phytonutrients. But it's time for a food attitude adjustment. Plenty of healthy foods can be easily stored and whipped up in the time it would take you to pick up takeout
Trying to cut your caffeine consumption? You might not want to strike it from your diet entirely. Research keeps unearthing new benefits this popular stimulant confers on your cognitive and corporeal self.
If you were in a public place and saw someone suddenly collapse, would you use a nearby defibrillator to revive him or her? In a survey of 1,000 adults, more than half answered, 'no.' Here's why
According to new research in the growing field of self-compassion, people who are too hard on themselves are more likely to suffer from depression, anxiety and pessimism. They also tend to feel more isolated and have poor coping skills
I'm a dentist with the exact same degree as traditional dentists. But instead of just fixing people's teeth, I want to get at, well, the root of their dental problems. It's part of a movement called holistic (or integrative) dentistry
Don't want your skin to look like the inside of a catcher's mitt by summer's end? Then you'd best protect your skin from the scorching sun. Here's how
June marks 30 years since the first report of AIDS -- a syndrome that has killed an estimated 25 million people worldwide. Yet this year's anniversary is somewhat arbitrary: The virus responsible for AIDS has probably been circulating within human populations for 100 years. Why did it take so long to detect it?
It's no fun to live in fear of food. If you can't tolerate certain foods, you probably dread the gastrointestinal distress they can cause. If you have a food allergy, the stakes are higher: a meal could end in a trip to the emergency room. Or, like many people, you could be uncertain whether your symptoms are due to an allergy or an intolerance
Whole grains are everywhere -- in breakfast cereals, breads, side dishes like grain and pasta, soups, snacks, and baked goods. With such availability and the good news about their health benefits, you'd think we'd all be meeting our recommendation for three servings of whole grains a day. Sadly, we're a long way off
New studies link B vitamins to preserving memory, mood, and cognitive mastery at all ages. There are, in all, nine of them, and while all of the B vitamins play a role in metabolism, some also protect the nervous system
Agave nectar (or syrup), made from a succulent that grows in Mexico, is in hot demand. Your local natural food store probably features agave in bottles, as well as in foods. Agave marketers claim that it's the perfect natural sweetener for diabetics. But is there any truth to the advertising hype?
Foods high in sugar, fat and refined carbs can stimulate your brain in ways that become addictive. People can literally get hooked on sugar. But if you crave sweets 24-7, you're likely putting on weight, getting too much unhealthy fat and missing out on the nutrients your body really needs. So try these strategies to break your sugar addiction and tame your inner sweets beast
Baby boomers have been blamed for a litany of social woes, from the breakdown of the American family to global warming. The American Heart Association (AHA) adds another: sparking a huge increase in cardiovascular disease and health care costs over the coming decades. But this one boomers could walk away from -- literally
Gnawing on your nails can chip off the edges of your teeth. Your dentist can repair the damage with bonding material. But in my experience, the repairs won't last unless you nip your bad habit in the bud.
More than 46 million adults in the United States smoke cigarettes, cigars, or pipes, and a few million use snuff or chewing tobacco. Although 70 percent of smokers say they'd like to stop, nicotine is so addictive that only 3 percent successfully quit each year
The Internet is already abuzz over 'magic' maqui berries, which promise to help you lose weight, flush toxins, clear skin, boost energy and even fight cancer. But is the maqui berry boom nothing but a bust?
Are electric toothbrushes better than manual ones -- and are they worth the cost?
The wrong work posture can contribute to fatigue, chronic neck, back and shoulder pain, headaches, muscle stiffness, even carpal tunnel syndrome. Luckily, you can avoid all of these problems with proper placement of your desk, chair and computer. Just follow these essential do's and don'ts of office setup