Higher hemorrhagic stroke risk seen for individuals with low-density lipoprotein cholesterol <70 mg/dL.
Dose-dependent relationship seen in a large national cohort of US veterans.
In prospective cohort study, consuming 100% fruit juice also tied to increased cancer risk.
Association between steps, mortality leveled off at approximately 7500 steps/day.
While poor diet, weight gain seen among both sexes, males show greater adverse changes.
Nutrition-focused quality improvement program can reduce rates of hospitalization, health care use.
Lower risk of all-cause mortality for adults with increasing physical activity trajectories over time.
Frailty prevalence lower for those in higher tertiles of animal, but not plant-based, protein intake.
Significantly fewer cardiovascular events, fractures seen for intervention group vs controls.
Almost all at risk for excessive sodium consumption.
Findings seen among pre-/perimenopausal survivors of stage 0 to III breast cancer.
Increase of at least half a serving a day of red meat, especially processed meat, linked to greater risk.
Annual nitrate-attributable cases of CRC, ovarian, thyroid, kidney, bladder cancer ranged from 2300 to 12,594.
Globally, suboptimal fruit, vegetable intake causes millions of CHD, stroke deaths per year.
Intake of vitamins B2, B6 linked to reduced risk for T2DM; B12 intake from food linked to higher risk.
Teens with slightly older age at anorexia onset have better chance of full recovery.
Results showed vinopocetine decreased fetal weight and increased the chance for miscarriage in pregnant animals.
Exercise and cognitive behavioral therapy can improve depression outcomes in adults with type 2 diabetes.
Second study shows consumption associated with all-cause mortality with significant dose-response link.
Investigators compared changes in beverage prices and sales after the city of Philadelphia implemented a tax on sugar-sweetened and artificially sweetened beverages.