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New Science Links Food and Happiness
Joe Hibbeln maneuvers his small blue Mazda 626 around traffic on a wide boulevard in Bethesda, Maryland. “How many...
How to Get a Better Night’s Sleep after 40
As if getting a good night’s sleep now versus when you were in your twenties isn’t hard enough, a recent study in Sleep...
Guide to Food Allergies and Special Eating Needs
Following this guide can help you prepare a meal for someone with food allergies or other special eating needs. Hidden...
Health Perks of Drinking Coffee
That morning cup of coffee does more than just help you to get going, suggests a rush of recent research. Here’s how...
Do You Drink Too Much?
While moderate alcohol consumption is considered "low-risk" for most people, it’s safest to avoid alcohol altogether if...
EatingWell's Guide to Alcohol and Your Health
Time and again we’ve toasted the happy news that a nightly glass of wine or a cocktail is good for our hearts, and more...
Eat Fruit, Stay Slim?
People who eat dried fruit and drink 100 percent fruit juice may be leaner than those who don’t, suggest two new...
Help a Friend Quit Smoking
Did you know that fruits, vegetables, dairy products and noncarbonated beverages, such as water and fruit juice, make...
How Alcohol Affects Your Body
HYDRATION Alcohol depresses the production of antidiuretic hormone (ADH), which helps keep you hydrated. Dehydration...
Is the Party Over? The Latest Research on the Pros and Cons of Drinking Alcohol
I was so happy with the French paradox. This was the phrase researchers came up with in the early 1990s to explain the...
Fight Fat with Breakfast
Eating a meal made with “slow-release” carbohydrates, such as oatmeal or bran cereal, before you exercise may help you...
The Soy & Breast Cancer Conundrum
Soy is touted as a food that can prevent breast cancer—and also implicated as one that might promote it. It all comes...
Have Your Nutrients Expired?
Sometimes there are clues when a food passes its prime: lettuce wilts, bananas turn brown. Other foods will look and...
The New Vitamin D Debate
How much vitamin D should you get? That question has been a source of controversy ever since 1997 when the Institute of...
5 Red Foods for Health
These 5 red foods are packed with antioxidants and vitamins. You’ve heard that you should pack your diet with...
Who Gets a Bigger Mental Boost From Caffeine: Men or Women?
Who Gets a Bigger Mental Boost From Caffeine: Men or Women?
Which Broccoli Is Better: Raw or Cooked?
Broccoli frequently earns a top spot on “superfoods” lists. This is partly because it delivers a healthy dose of...
What's So Bad About High Fructose Corn Syrup?
“It’s natural, nutritionally the same as table sugar and has the same number of calories,” say ads for high-fructose...
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