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1 hr ago | HON

Could More Coffee Lower Your Odds for Diabetes?

People who boosted their daily java intake by more than one cup over four years reduced their diabetes risk, while adults who drank less coffee in that time frame saw their odds for diabetes rise, the study of over 123,000 adults found.


Related Topix: Drink, Coffee, Medicine, Diabetes, Health, Nutrition, Life, Food, Endocrinology

6 hrs ago | Science Daily

Vitamin D supplements have little effect on risk of falls in older people

A new meta-analysis concludes that there is no evidence to suggest that vitamin D supplements prevent falls, and that ongoing trials to test this theory are unlikely to change this result.


Related Topix: Vitamin D, Endocrinology, New Zealand, World News

10 hrs ago | Science Daily

Fruitfly study identifies brain circuit that drives daily cycles of rest, activity

Researchers describe a circuit in the brain of fruit flies that controls their daily, rhythmic behavior of rest and activity.


Related Topix: Pennsylvania, University of Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania Government, Hypothalamus

14 hrs ago |

How to Have a Glowing Skin and Start Looking More Attractive

Every woman longs for a naturally glowing and gorgeous complexion. Do you want to have glowing and beautiful skin just like your favorite celebrity? Then you have got to put some time and effort in.


Related Topix: Vitamin C

18 hrs ago |

Itchy Lips: Symptoms, Causes & Home Remedies

Itchy lips may be regarded as a lip problem that makes the lips appear cracked and swollen.


Related Topix: Vitamin B12, Vitamin A, Weather

22 hrs ago |

Eat edible weeds

Imagine spending a day in the park, without having to pack a lunch. Seattle is one of the first cities to create a public 'Food Forest.'


Related Topix: Home Gardening, Home, Dandelion, Medicine, Nutrition, Milk Thistle

Wed Apr 23, 2014

CBC News

Blueberry health benefits being studied by UPEI

UPEI is recruiting volunteers for a nutrition research study who meet the following criteria: overweight, non-smokers, not diabetic, between the ages of 21-65.


Related Topix: Blueberry, Life, Food, Medicine, Nutrition, Diabetes, Health, Canada


Cry baby blues: L reuteri probiotic not backed for Colic

L. reuteri, "did not reduce crying or fussing in infants with colic...". IPA says the study is strain-specific and flawed.


Related Topix: Lactobacillus

The Washington Post

Just eat well. Most exercise supplements are useless

I am always amazed by the wide range of sports nutrition products on sale in gyms.


Related Topix: Life, Food, Medicine, Nutrition, Weight Training, Fitness, Vitamin C, World News

5 tips to relieve skin sagging

Jowls. Do you have them? Are you trying to prevent them? The word "jowls" conjures up the image of loose, sagging facial skin.


Related Topix: Vitamin A

Getting rid of a stye with aloe vera

Dr. Keller Wortham explains that a stye is caused by bacteria that normally lives peacefully in our eyes.


Related Topix: Aloe Vera, Food and Drug Administration

10 Benefits of Onion That Will Surely Surprise You

The onion may not be everyone's favorite vegetable, but it sure is beneficial. The next time you peel onions and start crying, just think of all the great health benefits you are getting.


Related Topix: Media, Onion, Life, Food, Vegetables, New York, Garlic, Vitamin C

The Columbus Dispatch

Acupuncture, meditation and essential oils

I'll try anything in my quest to return to my "normal" state: reiki, restorative yoga, fish oil pills, essential oils Lyrica , traditional physical therapy, and, most recently, meditation and acupuncture.


Related Topix: Medicine, Acupuncture, Health, Fish Oil

Mother Jones

human hand holding soybeans with field in background

Soybeans are the second-largest US crop after corn , covering about a quarter of US farmland.


Related Topix: Agriculture, Science, Chemistry, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Environment, EPA

Tyler Morning Telegraph

Unleash the lemon: The most versatile ingredient in and out of the kitchen

They are bright, tart, acidic, sweet and sour, but with all these properties combined it's what makes lemons the most versatile fruit in the world.


Related Topix: Life, Food, Recipes, Fruits, Vitamin C, Meat, Chicken, Seafood

Live Science

Oranges: Health Benefits, Risks & Nutrition Facts

Oranges and clementines - the juicy citrus fruits that are in season during wintertime - are vitamin goldmines.


Related Topix: Vitamin C, Medicine, Nutrition, Life, Food, Fruits, Potassium (generic), Slow-K, K-Lyte, Folic Acid

Asbury Park Press

Imagine you're in Greece at Olive restaurant

Manuel Mastrominas and his partners want their version of Mediterranean cuisine represented in downtown Freehold's eclectic restaurant scene.


Related Topix: Life, Food, Dining, Olive, Europe, Greece, World News, Freehold, NJ, Greek, Instrumental, Greek Cuisine

Tue Apr 22, 2014

Folio Weekly

the Big Cheese

Vitamin-rich calcium. Strong bones. a Hunger-busting protein. That's why I a eat cheese - right? Of course not.


Related Topix: Calcium

Seattle Times

Fatal birth defect much higher in 3 Washington counties

Yakima, Benton and Franklin counties together logged seven cases of the rare birth defect anencephaly in 2013, the fourth year of unusually high numbers of cases, the state Department of Health reported Tuesday.


Related Topix: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Folic Acid

The Beaumont Enterprise

Prices rising on these common grocery store items

How to save: It might be a good idea to switch from margaritas to lemon drop martinis for a while.


Related Topix: Life, Recipes, Vitamin C, Fruits