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The New York Times’ women’s health advice columnist says the claim is not true, no matter what your mother says.
Smoking cessation, moderate drinking, a healthy diet, exercise and weight loss could dramatically reduce the growing burden of liver cancer.
A diet with the highest amounts of fiber and yogurt consumption is associated with a 33% reduced risk.
It may be time to add some sofrito to your diet.
A recent article in The Atlantic explains and debunks a growing myth around food and cancer.
Benefits stem not from fewer cancers but from preventing tumors from progressing.
Do you know what the healthiest diet is? A look at what the experts say.
A set of mouse studies shows that this dietary intervention could be groundbreaking for breast cancer research.
A healthy diet is an essential ingredient for liver health, especially for those with fatty liver disease.
Belief in the power of food to heal the body is gaining more acceptance as scientific findings emerge to support this feeling in our gut.
Working out can boost the thinking skills of those at risk for cognitive decline.
Beware the damage that too much eating and drinking can do to your body.
How well people with bipolar disorder react to treatment may be affected by their weight and the quality of their diet.
Counseling young people to choose healthier lifestyles may help reduce their risk of developing high blood pressure.
Diets that include fruits and vegetables have been shown to lower the chance that women will suffer moderate to severe hearing impairment.
Increased consumption of “ultra-processed” food may drive rising cancer rates.
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