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Mediterranean diet wards off allergies: study A Mediterranean-style diet rich in fruits, vegetables and olive oil can help reduce childhood respiratory allergies and asthma, researchers reported on Thursday. Their study of children living on the ...
Apr 05 2007 11:16am
The Med diet can be a significant inflammation influencer, as marked by CRP levels in th ... more
Sep 22 2009 2:46pm
Finding the motivation to stay in shape When I started my clinical rotations this year I found that staying fit has become much harder. I found many excuses not to exercise. My schedule is less predictable-- I never know for sure when my da ...
Jan 29 2007 11:02pm
This is an inspiring story. It sounded like that 40 minutes made a big difference. I hav ... more
Mar 03 2007 1:55pm
Caffeine + Exercise = Reduced Risk of Skin Cancer According to a new study, exercise and a regular coffee habit might be enough to ward off skin cancer. Researchers from the Laboratory for Cancer Research at the School of Pharmacy at Rutgers Univer ...
Aug 02 2007 12:00pm
Whey Protein for Fighting Bacteria Whey protein is one of the most effective immune-boosting substances out there. This is because of the amino acid cysteine that can be found in whey; it helps to ward off bacterial and viral infecti ...
Aug 13 2007 4:24pm
Eating on the Run Runners on the go with limited time and money need a food plan that combines solid nutrition, convenience, and relatively low cost. We need our carbs, moderate protein and fat, preferably consumed w ...
Aug 28 2007 10:19am
I don't know how I missed this article in Runner's World. I wasn't aware of the magical q ... more
Aug 28 2007 7:06pm
The Key to Success? Take Lotsa Breaks! If you're a born multi-tasker, here's some good news--simply taking breaks in between work can spare you from fatigue and help you to accomplish tasks even more quickly than usual. According to expe ...
Oct 01 2007 9:51pm
It's good to take breaks, but it's also difficult to walk away and take them. I find myse ... more
Oct 02 2007 5:36pm
Get the diet scoop: 6 promising supplements, 6 to avoid The sales pitches are irresistible: "Lose 2 Pounds a Day!" "Burn Fat Round the Clock!" "Learn the Amazing Weight-Loss Secret of Hollywood's Sex Symbols!" OK, maybe that's pushing it. But if diet pills ...
Mar 22 2007 12:02pm
No scientific evidence diet supplements work Every morning, Dr. Frank Pinto pops not one or two vitamins, not just a handful, but more than two dozen dietary supplements, washing each one down with a sip of water. When afternoon rolls around, h ...
Apr 09 2007 4:02pm
Coffee can be good for you, experts say Drinking coffee can help ward off type 2 diabetes and may even help prevent certain cancers, according to panelists discussing the benefits -- and risks -- of the beverage at a scientific meeting. "W ...
May 02 2007 11:23am
Soy rocks! I just read a recent study that found eating soy nuts throughout the day keeps blood pressure and cholestrol levels low. The best benefit came from eating a few nuts at a time throughout the day. I'm ...
Jun 30 2007 2:06pm