Obesity Information Center
A new study confirms that the timing of meals affects cardiometabolic risk factors and the ability to lose weight.
Gastroenterology Information Center
The American Gastroenterological Association offered strategies for clinical practice, future research, and policy agenda for the treatment of patients with NAFLD and NASH.
Neurology Information Center, News
Guidelines focus on physical activity, eating well, cessation of tobacco and hazardous/harmful drinking.
The greatest improvements in diet quality were in high-income nations, with increases in the amount of healthy foods people ate and slight decreases in their intake of unhealthy foods.
Cardiovascular Disease Information Center
Women who had gestational diabetes may be able to reduce their risk of developing hypertension by eating a healthy diet.
Men's Health Information Center
Comanagement of cardiovascular disease risk factors through exercise and weight loss can improve erectile function.
Diabetes has long been recognized by clinicians as a risk factor for heart disease. Now a study shows the association works both ways: MIs pose a significant risk for developing diabetes or impaired fasting glucose (IFG), a prediabetic condition. In the study, an American-Italian team analyzed data involving 8,291 patients collected during an earlier randomized…
Treating patients before they develop a disease is tempting, but the old
adage still applies: First, do no harm.
Diet and Nutrition Information Center
Researchers delineate strategies to prevent weight gain and body composition changes among women during perimenopause and menopause.
Cardiovascular Disease Information Center, News
2015 to 2020 Dietary Guidelines for Americans performed similar to other dietary indices.