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Vitamin D Won’t Lower Risk of a Heart Attack, But There Are Still Reasons to Take It

Monday 24th June 2019 - George Citroner - Healthline

Vitamin D Won’t Lower Risk of a Heart Attack, But There Are Still Reasons to Take It Experts say vitamin D won’t improve cardiovascular health, but it can strengthen bones and improve overall health. The benefits of regular vitamin D consumption has received a lot of attention in recen... Read more →

Trying to Lower Your Blood Pressure? Drinking Tomato Juice May Help

Friday 21st June 2019 - Kimberly Holland - Healthline

Trying to Lower Your Blood Pressure? Drinking Tomato Juice May Help New research claims drinking a glass of unsalted tomato juice daily is a simple way to lower blood pressure and reduce the risk of heart disease. Better heart health could be as simple as enjoying a glass of unsalted tomato juice ... Read more →

Why Spending Just Two Hours a Week in Nature Is Good for You

Friday 14th June 2019 - Shawn Radcliffe - Healthline

Why Spending Just Two Hours a Week in Nature Is Good for You Recent research has found clear evidence that going for a hike can help your health. Anyone who’s watched a child run free in a forest or play in a stream doesn’t need a research study to tell them that spending time in natur... Read more →

9 Health and Nutrition Benefits of Apricots

Thursday 13th June 2019 - Katey Davidson, MScFN, RD - Healthline

9 Health and Nutrition Benefits of ApricotsApricots (Prunus armeniaca) are stone fruits also known as Armenian plums. Round and yellow, they look like a smaller version of a peach but share the tartness of purple plums. They’re extremely nutritious and have many health benefits, such as impr... Read more →

Yes, Coffee Is Pretty Healthy, but 25 Cups a Day Is Too Much

Wednesday 12th June 2019 - Shawn Radcliffe - Healthline.com

Yes, Coffee is Pretty Healthy, but 25 Cups a Day Is Too Much Stiffness of the arteries was similar in moderate and heavy coffee drinkers, but coffee has many other effects on the body. Coffee lovers, rejoice! A new study found you can drink up to 25 cups of coffee a day without increasing the st... Read more →

How Adding Color to My House Increased My Joy

Monday 10th June 2019 - Paige Towers - Healthline.com

How Adding Color to My House Increased My Joy How we see the world shapes who we choose to be — and sharing compelling experiences can frame the way we treat each other, for the better. This is a powerful perspective. Upon relocating to Milwaukee from New York City last year, I bought my fir... Read more →

Why You’ll Eat More If Your Diet Consists of Ultra-Processed Foods

Friday 7th June 2019 - Elizabeth Pratt - Healthline.com

Why you'll eat more if your diet consists of Ultra-Processed Foods If you eat a diet high in ultra-processed foods, odds are you’re eating more than you would with an unprocessed diet. Researchers have long suspected a link between ultra-processed foods and the obesity epidemic. Now, in a r... Read more →

Say Good Night: Less Screen Time Can Improve Teen Sleep Habits in a Few Weeks

Monday 27th May 2019 - Brian Krans - Healthline

Say Good Night: Less Screen time can improve teen sleep habits in a few weeks For most of human evolution, our sleep patterns have revolved around the pattern of the sun. Then our circadian rhythms were altered with the discovery of fire, and changed forever when we discovered electricity. Now we... Read more →

New FDA Guidelines on Sunscreen: How to Best Protect Your Skin This Summer

Friday 17th May 2019 - Brian Mastroianni - Healthline

New FDA Guidelines on Sunscreen: How to Best Protect Your Skin This Summer   People planning on spending a lot of time in the summer sun might want to pay attention to the new suggested regulations for sunscreens. Earlier this year, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced a p... Read more →

Children consume 'three times more sugar' than recommended

Thursday 9th May 2019 - Jennifer Cockerell - Independent

Children consume 'three times more sugar' than recommended Half the sugar consumed by children comes from unhealthy snacks and sugary drinks, according to a health watchdog. On average, children are consuming at least three unhealthy snacks and sugary drinks a day, with around a third consum... Read more →

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