The truth about low-fat dairy versus full-fat dairy

The era of the low-fat fixation is over, and more health professionals are warning that healthy fats found in foods like olive oil, nuts, seeds, and avocados are good for you. But the jury is still out on dairy products. Organizations like the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics still recommend that you stick to skim … Read more

The truth about low-fat dairy versus full-fat dairy

The era of the low-fat fixation is over, and more health professionals are warning that healthy fats found in foods like olive oil, nuts, seeds, and avocados are good for you. But the jury is still out on dairy products. Organizations like the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics still recommend that you stick to skim … Read more

The truth about low-fat dairy versus full-fat dairy

The era of the low-fat fixation is over, and more health professionals are warning that healthy fats found in foods like olive oil, nuts, seeds, and avocados are good for you. But the jury is still out on dairy products. Organizations like the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics still recommend that you stick to skim … Read more

Men’s Health Week: Nutrition Tips Every Man Should Follow to Stay Healthy | Health

When it comes to health, men, despite being more muscular, taller, and stronger (physically) than women, are at higher risk of certain diseases compared to women, especially chronic diseases. Since men are more likely to die of heart disease, cancer and respiratory illness than women, on average they die five years earlier than women, according … Read more

The push for treatment of liver disease prevalent among Latinos

Health advocates say it’s time to develop more preventative measures to curb the rising rate of fatty liver disease among US Latinos. Why it matters: The myth that cirrhosis is a disease related to alcoholism and the associated stigma have contributed to less research, proponents tell Axios. Currently, there is no treatment for fatty liver … Read more

Added sugar warning labels on restaurant menus can help consumers seek out healthier items

Do you really want to order a soda with your burger? Just one soda can have more added sugar than the full recommended daily limit for most adults. Seeing a warning icon on a restaurant menu can help consumers identify hidden high amounts of added sugar in menu items; and can even convince them to … Read more

The FDA approved Eli Lilly’s diabetes drug. But the most exciting market may be something else.

text size While the S&P 500 has fallen 4.4% in the last 12 months, shares of Eli Lilly are up 50%. Jonathan Weiss/Dreamstime The United States Food and Drug Administration approved Eli Lilly ‘s novel diabetes treatment on Friday, in a widely anticipated move after the drug led to impressive drops in blood sugar and … Read more

New wearable device tracks your alcohol, sugar and pain levels with microneedles

Imagine a future where, after a night out at the bars with friends, you can pull out your phone, check a smartphone app connected to a wireless device attached to the side of your arm, and find out exactly how beat up you are. Sounds like something you might see in the first few minutes … Read more

Take back your privacy by bringing STI tests home

It’s no secret that the Covid-19 pandemic has affected the care of millions of Americans. Research shows that 41% of patients did not seek medical care from March to mid-July 2020. One area that was hit hard by this? sex health According to recent data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 2.4 … Read more

This woman entrepreneur’s D2C startup helps people sign up with farmers for rice subscriptions

In India, where people devour rice as a staple food, diabetic patients and their families are constantly looking for healthier alternatives like quinoa, barley and millet. Entrepreneur Swosti Mishra is on a mission to help people with diabetes enjoy their rice by offering a healthier, organically grown variety. It all started four years ago when … Read more