Food and Health, Prevention

We're cracking the vault again, this time to give you Dr. James J. Kenney's take on the latest research about diet, B vitamins, and Alzheimer's...
 
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Wine — especially red wine — is often touted as the heart-healthy beverage. After all, the French drink a lot of it, eat a diet high in saturated fat, and still have lower rates of heart disease, while the heart-healthy Mediterranean diet includes red wine in moderation. That said, news reports about wine, alcohol, and ... Alcohol: Is Wine Really the Best?
 
Food and Health, Prevention

Enrico Forte, an Italian dietitian, has joined us today to talk about the many benefits of a Mediterranean diet. Stop by again on Thursday for a roundup of our favorite Mediterranean recipes!
 
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More than 5 million Americans have suffered at least one attack of gout. Gout occurs when the level of uric acid becomes so high that it precipitates in bodily fluids, forming small sharp crystals. When these uric acid crystals form in the joints such as that of the big...
 

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Choose from over 100 different nutrition posters, health posters, and motivational wellness posters, that will make your walls beautiful and educational.
 
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Spring brings many opportunities to indulge in alcoholic beverages. Cold beer at a baseball game, champagne at a wedding, or a bottle of wine at a picnic. Most experts agree that alcohol is fine in moderation. But alcoholic beverages add calories to your meal and may replace more nutritious drinks. If you are watching your ... Non-Alcoholic Is Lower in Calories