Diet & Nutrition News and Research

Latest Diet & Nutrition News and Research

Early cholesterol-lowering drug therapy reduces artery-clogging plaque

Early cholesterol-lowering drug therapy reduces artery-clogging plaque

Sugar-sweetened beverages increase women's risk of developing type 2 diabetes

Sugar-sweetened beverages increase women's risk of developing type 2 diabetes

Children who take steroid drugs for nephrotic syndrome do not suffer bone loss

Children who take steroid drugs for nephrotic syndrome do not suffer bone loss

Space theme tackles obesity and cholesterol levels in youngsters

Space theme tackles obesity and cholesterol levels in youngsters

Researchers have produced a marathon mouse that can run twice as far as normal mice

Researchers have produced a marathon mouse that can run twice as far as normal mice

Striking increase in high blood pressure in the U.S.

Striking increase in high blood pressure in the U.S.

Cholesterol guidelines advise more intensive treatment

Cholesterol guidelines advise more intensive treatment

People with type 2 diabetes could benefit from atorvastatin

People with type 2 diabetes could benefit from atorvastatin

Fruit and vegetables eaten before pregnancy lowers risk of leukemia

Fruit and vegetables eaten before pregnancy lowers risk of leukemia

Antibodies produced by shark immune systems could be used to detect human pathogens

Antibodies produced by shark immune systems could be used to detect human pathogens

Large percentage of child deaths related to malaria are attributable to undernutrition and deficiencies

Large percentage of child deaths related to malaria are attributable to undernutrition and deficiencies

Doctors say school lunches still failing to make the grade

Doctors say school lunches still failing to make the grade

Vitamin E has potential benefit in fighting colds in the elderly

Vitamin E has potential benefit in fighting colds in the elderly

Computed tomography may improve screening of latent atherosclerosis

Computed tomography may improve screening of latent atherosclerosis

Exposure to natural and man-made substances in the environment accounts for at least two-thirds of all the cases of cancer in the U.S.

Exposure to natural and man-made substances in the environment accounts for at least two-thirds of all the cases of cancer in the U.S.

80% of cancer patients use some form of complementary or alternative therapies

80% of cancer patients use some form of complementary or alternative therapies

Workplace obesity intervention programs can reach millions of people

Workplace obesity intervention programs can reach millions of people

Mother’s milk may not be best for preterm babies

Mother’s milk may not be best for preterm babies

Friendly bacteria the key to ulcerative colitis treatment

Friendly bacteria the key to ulcerative colitis treatment

Good health goes beyond diet, exercise and stress

Good health goes beyond diet, exercise and stress