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Yahoo Style (Canada) 10/27/2020 10:28
Summer is often thought of as the season for fruit. From fresh watermelon to ripe strawberries, it's the best time to add some fresh produce into your diet, but you should be eating fruit all year. And for men, there is one fruit that should always be an addition to their diet, and that's blueberries. Regardless of the season, you should always have a pint of juicy blueberries on hand. "Blueberries are some of the most antioxidant-packed foods, especially relative to their calorie intake," says Melissa Majumdar, MS, RD, CSOWM, LDN, registered dietitian and national media spokesperson for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. "Half a cup of blueberries contains only 40 calories."The health benefits of these tiny berries are pretty massive.
Yahoo Style (Canada) 10/27/2020 08:33
With over 226,000 deaths in just nine months and counting, the burning question on many people's minds is the same: When will the COVID-19 pandemic be over? Despite the fact that a vaccine is going to be a reality in the near future, COVID is "nowhere near over" according to some of the top infectious disease experts in the nation. In fact, life might never be the same again. Read on for more of his warning, and to ensure your health and the health of others, don't miss these Sure Signs You've Already Had Coronavirus."We Are Never Going Back to the Old Normal""We are not going back to the old normal. The world will be BC and DC — before COVID and during COVID. I don't think we see an AC, after COVID, anytime soon," Tom Frieden, MD, MPH, for.
Yahoo Style (Canada) 10/27/2020 08:23
Milk is a polarizing food these days. To drink it or to not drink it? For years, research has been published that supports both sides, and this year is no exception.At the beginning of the year, Walter Willett, MD, DrPH, a professor of nutrition and epidemiology at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, and David Ludwig, MD, PhD, a professor of pediatrics and nutrition at Harvard released a review in The New England Journal of Medicine, that challenged the need for dairy in the diet. Currently, the U.S. dietary guidelines recommend the average person has three servings of dairy per day, however, Willett describes the country's basis of calcium recommendations as "fundamentally flawed." (Related: 15 Classic American Desserts That Des.
Yahoo Style (Canada) 10/27/2020 08:01
During a week in which coronavirus cases hit record highs—and the White House Chief said "we're not going to control the pandemic"—Director-General of World Health Organization Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus warned that you can't stop caring now. "We understand the pandemic fatigue that people are feeling," Ghebreyesus said. "But if we want to avoid them, we all have to play our part and we cannot give up," he added. Read on for more of his warning, and to ensure your health and the health of others, don't miss these Sure Signs You've Already Had Coronavirus.The WHO Chief Says the "Fatigue" is Real—But We Need to Protect Our Fellow Humans"Working from home, children being schooled remotely, not being able to celebrate milestones with friends an.
Yahoo Style (Canada) 10/27/2020 07:41
Thanks to a new study, we now know a little bit more about the health effects of drinking diet soda. The study's purpose was to look at general health. However, scientists found that the intake of artificial sugars causes an increased risk of cardiovascular diseases like a heart attack or stroke.Around 100,000 people 15-years-old and older are participants in the study from the University of Paris and published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology. Since 2009, it has used participants' self-published data from questionnaires that are answered every year or every half a year. Food diaries are also submitted. Plus, around 20,000 participants provide blood and urine samples. (Related: For easy ways to eat better, here are the 2.
Yahoo Style (Canada) 10/27/2020 07:20
Everyone is eagerly awaiting the release of a coronavirus vaccine, hoping it will eradicate the virus and restart the pace of normal life.Not so fast, suggested Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation's top infectious-disease expert, on Monday. He said the vaccines that are currently being developed are designed to prevent symptoms, not kill the virus. Read on for more, and to ensure your health and the health of others, don't miss these Sure Signs You've Already Had Coronavirus.What did Dr. Fauci say about the vaccine?"The primary thing you want to do is that if people get infected, prevent them from getting sick, and if you prevent them from getting sick, you will ultimately prevent them from getting seriously ill," said Fauci at a Yahoo Finance ev.
Yahoo Style (Canada) 10/27/2020 07:03
Vitamin supplements are marketed as easy ways to provide your body with the nutrients it needs without the hassle of eating the perfect diet—but did you know some are the unhealthiest supplements you shouldn't take? If you're on a daily vitamin supplement regimen, you may assume you're doing something healthy for your body. But in some cases, you're doing the exact opposite."Numerous investigations show the alleged benefits are unproven and in the worst cases, vitamins and supplements can be harmful," says Dr. Mike Varshavski, DO. Want to make sure you're not putting yourself at risk with your "healthy" supplements? Here are seven of the unhealthiest supplements you shouldn't take. Read on, and to ensure your health and the health of others.
Yahoo Style (Canada) 10/27/2020 07:02
With medical marijuana legal in states like California, Colorado, Illinois and a growing list, adoption of the drug is becoming more and more commonplace—as is consumption. We consulted doctors and medical resources to discover what happens if you smoke marijuana every day. (Note: do not use marijuana without consulting a medical professional first.) 1 First, The Positive Effects Marijuana has been shown to be an effective treatment for a variety of health issues. Read on to discover how it can be used best. 2 It Can Relieve Your Pain Marijuana is often used as a source of pain relief, as you can get a medical card for it to treat issues like cancer or inflammation. "German researchers found that marijuana-based remedies increased the numbe.
Yahoo Style (Canada) 10/27/2020 07:01
A COVID-19 vaccine is likely just around the corner. However, even once the jab is readily available to the world, it doesn't mean that coronavirus is going to simply disappear. In fact, practicing prevention measures—including the wearing of face masks—will be as important as ever. In a viewpoint published on Monday on JAMA Network, Dr. Anthony Fauci and others explain how these "low-tech" tools will be crucial in saving lives. Read on for more, and to ensure your health and the health of others, don't miss these Sure Signs You've Already Had Coronavirus.What Did Dr. Fauci Advise?"As countries around the world seek to safely reopen businesses, schools, and other facets of society, mask use in the community to prevent the spread of SARS-CoV.
Yahoo Style (Canada) 10/27/2020 06:21
For generations, we've understood the concept of "the fat gene." Obesity runs in families, after all, and if Mom and Dad are both heavy, there's little you can do about it. But emerging science says that's not so. In fact, what we're learning now is that weight gain is caused not by genetics but by epigenetics—basically, the science of how genes are turned on and off by different environmental factors, including stress, chemical exposure, and, yes, diet.A study in the journal Advanced Nutrition reported that obese and diabetic people have a different pattern of epigenetic markers than those who are not obese or diabetic. Simply put, their fat genes have been tripped."What you eat, and don't eat, can influence which genes are turned on and w.
Yahoo Style (Canada) 10/27/2020 06:00
When it comes to taking care of your health, there will always be foods you should eat sparingly to take care of your body as you age. But it also turns out that there are some everyday products that could be giving you a health boost by including it in more meals on a regular basis. According to a new study, eating more soy could greatly lower your risk of dementia—and end up helping you live longer as a result.The research, which was recently published in the journal Alzheimer's&Dementia: Translational Research&Clinical Interventions, studied a group of 91 elderly people in Japan who displayed normal cognitive abilities despite their age. Blood testing found that a person's ability to produce equol—a digestive byproduct of dietary soy cre.

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