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Obesity linked to higher risk for poor COVID-19 outcomes

15 minutes ago   |   Healio

The risk for invasive mechanical ventilation, hospitalization and death in those with COVID-19 increased with BMI, according to research published in MMWR. “The findings in...
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Which Diet is Better: Mediterranean or Vegan?

1 hour ago   |   Healio

Mediterranean diets are popular - even a bit romantic, evoking images of a glass of wine at sunset on the Italian coast. But do they actually work? Our research team measured...
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Left high and dry by a climbing sunseeker | Brief letters

6 hours ago   |   The Guardian

Child poverty | Royal coverage | Washing lines | Wordplay | International Women's Day Schools and their communities recognise the importance of nutrition in learning (One in...
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The effects of early enteral nutrition on mortality after major emergency abdominal surgery: a systematic review and meta-analysis with Trial Sequential Analysis

14 hours ago   |   Clinical Nutrition

Early oral or enteral nutrition has been proven safe, tolerable, and beneficial in elective surgery. In emergency abdominal surgery no consensus exists regarding postoperative...
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Virtual avatar-based coaching can prevent childhood obesity

15 hours ago   |   News Medical

Virtual reality avatar-based coaching shows promise to increase access to and extend the reach of nutrition education programs to children at risk for obesity, according to a...
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Does a High-Sugar Diet Contribute to Muscle Loss and Sarcopenia?

Does a High-Sugar Diet Contribute to Muscle Loss and Sarcopenia?

16 hours ago   |   Cathe Friedrich

Here's a frightening statistic. According to Today's Dietitian, around one in five adults over the age of 60 have some degree of disability. Here's another shocker. The risk of...
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Are Plant-Based Diets Better for Blood Sugar Control?

Are Plant-Based Diets Better for Blood Sugar Control?

16 hours ago   |   Cathe Friedrich

Having blood sugar in a healthy range is vital for good health. Cells rely on glucose for energy, but to supply that energy, glucose must get into cells. Insulin opens the...
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FDA reminds baby food industry to follow the regulations for lead, other toxins

1 day ago   |   Food Safety

In response to a recent congressional report about lead and other toxins in baby food, the Food and Drug Administration has posted a public notice and included a link to an...
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Drinking Water Doesn't Work, Your Body Is A Giant Cell Phone, The Human Battery, Structured Water, Water Filtration, Grounding, Light & More With Tracy Duhs

2 days ago   |   Ben Greenfield Fitness

Meet Tracy Duhs. I've been a guest on Tracy's podcast in the past. You can listen to that episode here.
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Toxic stress, health and nutrition among Brazilian children in shelters

2 days ago   |   BMC

Living in a shelter is an adverse experience that generates toxic stress. This situation can cause the dysregulation of the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis and exert a...
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On choosing consistency over perfection, gaining wisdom as we age, and...

Happy Monday, If you want to make progress in any craft, fitness-related or otherwise, the first step is a willingness to try. To give your best effort even when you feel like... Read more ...

Adherence, Discontinuation Limit Triptan Outcomes

Poor adherence and high discontinuance rates frequently compromise achieving optimal triptan therapy in managing acute migraine headaches, new research suggests. Medscape... Read more ...

Genetic Testing for Breast and Ovarian Cancer

A large, retrospective study shows how germline genetic testing has evolved over time in women with breast cancer or ovarian cancer - reveals a path forward for testing these... Read more ...

Energy, Smiles, and a Stuck Landing: Gymnast Kiya Johnson Scores a Perfect...

Energy, Smiles, and a Stuck Landing: Gymnast Kiya Johnson Scores a Perfect 10 on Floor

On March 5, LSU sophomore Kiya Johnson received her second perfect 10 on floor this season - her first was garnered at the season opener back in January - and it was the fourth... Read more ...

Which Diet is Better: Mediterranean or Vegan?

Mediterranean diets are popular - even a bit romantic, evoking images of a glass of wine at sunset on the Italian coast. But do they actually work? Our research team measured... Read more ...

Situation Update, March 8th - Bill Gates aiding Communist China in...

Situation Update, March 8th - Bill Gates aiding Communist China in harvesting DNA of Americans to build race-specific BIOWEAPONS

A stunning development covered by The National Pulse reveals that the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation helped fund a communist Chinese military front company that used “covid... Read more ...

Bill Gates, Microsoft, mRNA vaccines, and the global plot to turn human DNA...

Bill Gates, Microsoft, mRNA vaccines, and the global plot to turn human DNA, protein synthesis, and immune function into a programmable operating system

In January of 2020, a little-known company named Moderna got access to the genomic sequences of SARS-CoV-2 isolates. These sequences were quickly used to develop mRNA-1273, an... Read more ...

ABIM Broadens, Lengthens MOC Extension

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What Drives Treatment Satisfaction Among Adults With AD?

"AD management is complex. It includes patient education about trigger avoidance, over-the-counter and prescription topical therapies, as well as systemic therapies." Medscape... Read more ...