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Slow Your Roll — Slow Eating Speed Linked to Weight Loss

In a new study, researchers found that the slow eaters were healthier and had healthier lifestyles overall than the fast or normal speed eaters.


Common Antibiotic May Increase Death Risk for Heart Disease Patients (Even Years Later)

The FDA has advised health care providers to be cautious in prescribing the antibiotic clarithromycin to cardiovascular disease patients.


The Importance of Social Interaction for Dementia Patients

Spending just 10 minutes per day chatting with dementia patients about their interests could improve their quality of life, according to a study in the U.K.


Try This to Help Offset Spring Allergies

Bee pollen is considered an exceptionally nutritious food source capable of increasing energy, reducing seasonal allergies and other maladies.


Feeling Forgetful? Better Lay Off These Foods

Researchers from the Mayo clinic recently linked two classes of foods with increased risk for cognitive decline.


Yes, Stress Can Make You Sick. Here’s How

A major consequence that results when stress goes unreleased is that it suppresses your immune system, which can ultimately result in some form of illness.


Time-Restricted Eating: The Lost Key to Weight Loss?

According to nutrition experts the benefits of eating during a certain timespan include: reduced inflammation, increased detoxification, enhanced immunity, improved brain function, decreased risk of cancer and minimized effects of aging.


4 Tips to Lower Chronic Pain Now

Here are four ways you can naturally reduce overall inflammation in your body and thus reduce chronic pain.


Mediterranean Diet May Reduce Risk of Aggressive Prostate Cancer

A study in Spain found that men who adhered to the Mediterranean diet had a reduced risk of aggressive prostate cancer (PC) compared to those who followed the Prudent or Western diets.


Beta Sitosterol: Why Every Man Should Be Getting More of It

Beta sitosterol. Chances are you’ve heard of this plant sterol. You may even recognize its sciency name as “something good for you,” despite not being entirely sure what it does in your body. Or perhaps you heard that beta sitosterol has a chemical structure similar to that of cholesterol, and so you weren’t really sure what to think...