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Red meat is a nutrient-rich food, with large quantities of iron, vitamin B12, and proteins; however, red meat is still perceived as not heart-smart, even though scientific evidence disagrees.
Any fast-paced, high-impact, contact sport exposes athletes to risk, and If you play your heart out, there's a very real chance that you will suffer injuries during the course of your career.
Your children's brain, muscles, bones, joints, coordination, and hormones will suffer from a lack of physical activity, but also their risk of cardiovascular health problems as an adult will increase.
The human gut is a truly marvelous place, but did you know that your gut has its own nervous system, and your intestinal health affects your brain health, mood, immune system, bones, and muscles?
This not only promises a bright future for joint injuries, but may lead to breakthroughs in the treatment of severe burns, organ damage, and the list goes on.
Women undergoing menopause are the hardest hit by increased problems with sleep and sex.
This system may prevent disruption of our food chain, and protect consumers from contamination.
Fast food ads hit obesity-prone children harder.
Spending a bit more time in the sunlight can do wonders for the pounding in your head.
Polyunsaturated fatty acids in pregnancy reduced the absolute risk of persistent wheeze or asthma and infections of the lower respiratory tract in offspring.
Immature greens found to have 40 times more vitamins than mature greens.
This study found that it's impossible to drop your LDL cholesterol too low.
Fat is not the villain of the nutritional world anymore.
If your child is struggling at school, it's time to enroll them in a course of physical activity.
The reason you're not losing weight may not be your fault.
Fatty and amino acids in phosphatidylserine can help slow down the degeneration of neural highways.
A new approach to preventing and treating skeletal degeneration hinges on growth factors.