Results of a recent study suggest that aerobic exercise may contribute to improved executive function.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has announced a new plan to significantly modernize the regulation and oversight of dietary supplements, according to a statement released today. The new document will be the first update in over 25 years. “I’ve personally benefited from the use of dietary supplements and, as a physician, recognize the benefits of certain…
Most Americans are concerned about their weight and understand the connection between weight and cardiovascular health, but a substantial proportion of them are not doing much to lose excess weight.
Eating breakfast may not be a good strategy for weight loss.
For postmenopausal women, mortality risk increased with one serving fried chicken/fish per week.
Investigators examine characteristics associated with disordered eating behaviors in teenagers with type 1 diabetes.
Physical activity was found to be associated with a reduced risk for hepatocellular carcinoma.
Findings seen in older adults; independent correlations remained for those with Alzheimer disease.
IF with 70% energy intake has better outcomes vs continuous diet restriction in obese women.
Number of routine food inspections performed by the FDA dropped sharply.
Reduction in risk for range of critical outcomes greatest for daily dietary fiber intake of 25 to 29 g.
Regular and prolonged walking was found to be associated with a reduced the risk for low back pain in Koreans age >50.
The American Headache Society has issued updated guidelines on the use of novel preventive and acute treatments for migraine in adults.
An informational intervention — including weight management and regular self-weighing — can help curb weight gain during the holiday season.
Exercise can consistently yield reductions in blood pressure.
There is no compelling evidence to indicate health benefits of nonsugar sweetener use on a range of health outcomes.
An expert panel assessed 41 diets to come up with their final results, examining the evidence behind each diet’s claims, the short-term and long-term weight loss associated with the diet, how easy the diet is to follow, how well each diet conforms to current nutrition standards, and its effect on diabetes and cardiovascular disease prevention.
Promoting healthier eating in middle school more effective than adding physical activity.
The omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acid eicosapentaenoic acid and aspirin were compared alone and in combination against placebo for the prevention of colorectal cancer.
Women who used a self-screening assay for high-risk human papillomavirus had similar test results to those who were screened by a clinician.