Food and Nutrition News

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11/22/2009
Go Healthy, Not Hungry for Holiday Eating

Planning ahead can help keep eating under control, expert says

11/19/2009
Diet, Cognitive Ability May Play Role in Heart Disease

Study finds fewer deaths among higher-functioning seniors who eat lots of fruits, vegetables

11/17/2009
Benefits of Eating Fish May Depend on Preparation

Baked or boiled beats fried or dried for heart health, researchers say

11/17/2009
Biotech Soybeans Good Source of Omega-3

Oil from engineered beans might help reduce heart attacks, researchers say

11/16/2009
Child Food Allergies on the Rise in U.S.

Experts unsure if growth stems from more awareness or actual increase in numbers

11/13/2009
Tapping Into Curry's Health Benefits

Curcumin capsules might boost body's ability to absorb potent antioxidant

11/13/2009
Health Tip: Signs That You Might Be Malnourished

And that you should see a doctor

11/12/2009
Chocolate Soothes the Stressed-Out Soul

Study found eating dark version lowered levels of stress hormones

11/11/2009
Gut Bacteria Might Be Making People Fat

Study in mice suggests link between intestinal microbes, diet and obesity

11/9/2009
To Feel Better, Low-Fat Diet May Be Best

Comparison of plans finds differences in mood despite similar weight loss

11/6/2009
Good Sleepers More Likely to Eat Right

Adequate shuteye is linked to healthier food choices in study

11/5/2009
Living With Less TV, More Sweat Boosts Weight Loss

Home environment plays role in effort to drop pounds, experts say

11/5/2009
Green Tea May Help Prevent Oral Cancer

Small study reports evidence of cancer-fighting properties

11/4/2009
Fast Eating Limits Gut Hormones That Induce Fullness

The result is overeating, research shows

11/3/2009
Sugar Shortens Life Span in Worms

But it's unclear whether the same holds true for humans, researchers say

11/2/2009
Diet Soda, Sodium Tied to Kidney Trouble: Studies

It's more proof that what you eat and drink affects health, researchers say

11/2/2009
Food Stamps Help Stave Off Hunger in Many U.S. Homes

Over 30-year period, nearly half of American children received nutrition assistance, analysis shows

10/30/2009
Pumpkin May Fight Yeast Infections

Age-old folk remedy may lead to new antibiotic therapy, study finds

10/30/2009
Veggies in Pregnancy Lowers Child's Diabetes Risk

Type 1 less likely in kids whose moms favored these foods, study found

10/30/2009
Fructose May Raise Blood Pressure

Drinking more than two sweetened sodas a day boosts risk of hypertension, study finds

10/29/2009
Diet, Exercise Thwart Diabetes: Study

Lifestyle changes really do work to prevent type 2, experts say

10/28/2009
New Clues to How Fish Oils Help Arthritis Patients

Findings may boost treatments for other inflammatory diseases, researchers say

10/27/2009
Herbicides, Fibrate Drugs May Block Taste Receptors

More research needed to determine the health consequences of compounds in question, experts say

10/26/2009
Health Tip: Dietary Needs of Aging Women

Find out what your body needs

10/26/2009
6 Million U.S. Kids Lack Enough Vitamin D

Minority children are hit hardest, nationwide study finds

10/23/2009
Cocoa in Chocolate May Be Good for the Heart

Study shows it reduces inflammation associated with heart disease

10/22/2009
Red-Grape Compound May Improve Diabetes

But so far resveratrol works only as an injection into the brain of mice, study finds

10/20/2009
School Meals Need to Get Healthier: Report

New recommendations tackle obesity epidemic in U.S.

10/20/2009
Common Antioxidant Might Slow Parkinson's

But too much urate can also cause trouble, so more study is needed, experts say

10/19/2009
Mercury Levels Not Abnormal in Autistic Children

Study finds no differences when compared to kids without disorder

10/16/2009
Soda Taxes Not Making a Dent in U.S. Waistlines

Small increases in cost for sugary drinks haven't slowed obesity epidemic, study finds

10/13/2009
Common Antioxidant Might Slow Parkinson's

But too much urate can also cause trouble, so more study is needed, experts say

10/12/2009
Healthier Neighborhoods Help Keep Diabetes at Bay

Quality of local food stores and parks influences risk, research shows

10/12/2009
A Little Cash Buys a Lot of Calories at the Corner Store

Kids are purchasing cheap junk food on way to and from school, survey finds

10/11/2009
Want Leaner Kids? Parents May Need to Toe the Line

Health experts say much can be done to keep weight in check

10/9/2009
Vitamin D Good for Breast Cancer Patients

Supplements help fight treatment-related bone loss, researchers say

10/7/2009
Nutrition Still Not 'A' Grade in U.S. Schools: Studies

Guidelines are helping, but more is needed to stem teen obesity, researchers say

10/6/2009
Program Helps Kids Switch Over to Healthy Behaviors

Triple intervention enforces message at home, school and in the community, researchers say

10/6/2009
Leafy Greens Top Risky Food List

Advocacy group notes illness outbreaks usually linked to 'healthy' foods

10/5/2009
Mediterranean Diet May Help Prevent Depression

Lower incidence seen in Spanish study

10/5/2009
Mercury in Fish Linked to High Blood Pressure

But researcher downplays importance of effect

10/5/2009
Schools Provide Less Junk Food Today: CDC

Teens less likely to get soda, unhealthy snacks, but some states still lag behind, report finds

10/5/2009
Health Tip: Eat a Heart-Healthy Diet

To help prevent heart attack and stroke

9/30/2009
Study Finds Fish Won't Prevent Heart Failure

Benefits confined to heart attack, other types of cardiovascular disease

9/29/2009
Eating in America Still Unhealthy: CDC

State-by-state report finds too few people meet fruit and veggie guidelines

9/28/2009
Heart Patients Benefit From At-Home Care, Study Finds

Improvements seen in depression, quality of life

9/27/2009
Vitamin D May Improve Melanoma Survival

But levels are too low in many Americans, researchers say

9/24/2009
Fructose Boosts Blood Pressure, Studies Find

Tests in mice and men link sugar to hypertension and say time of day may matter, too

9/23/2009
With Fancy Coffees, Calories Can Add Up

Popular blended beverages may be 'weighing you down,' health official says

9/17/2009
More Whole Grains May Mean Less Fat

In older eaters, fiber content of cereals has biggest effect, study finds