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The Center for Disease Control's current recommendations for how much sodium Americans should eat may be unsafely low, according to a new study published in the American Journal of Hypertension. ... Read More »
Two new studies are shedding light on just how certain weight-loss surgeries can help ... Read More »
Within the next 16 years, cancer will surpass heart disease to become the number one cause of death in the United States, according to ... Read More »
A new blood test may be 90% accurate at predicting whether someone will develop Alzheimer's disease within the next three years. Researchers at Georgetown University tested the blood of 525 ... Read More »
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has proposed a major overhaul for nutrition labels that appear on food packaging, highlighting calorie counts and changing serving sizes to more closely match ... Read More »
Since August 2012, at least five Californian children have developed a new alarming paralyzing illness. Though the cause of the illness, which has been described as polio-like, is unknown, health ... Read More »
Recent research is finally shedding some light on a long-misunderstood symptom that occasionally plagues nearly everyone and constantly torments some: itching. New realizations about itching detailed ... Read More »
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is placing Indian drug makers under increasing scrutiny following growing concerns about the safety of medications imported to the U.S. According to a report ... Read More »
The next time you’re tempted to go get McDonald’s, think about this: just one fast food meal could raise your BMI by 0.03. A new study from U.S. and Irish researchers has put a number on the ... Read More »
Over eight percent of middle aged women may be food addicts, a new study in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition reports. About 134,000 women were included in the research. The ... Read More »

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