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Question of the Month

The Good Food Institute, a food industry nonprofit that promotes plant-based and “clean” alternatives to animal agriculture, is ...

Exercise Helps People With Schizophrenia

The National Alliance on Mental Illness states that there are more than 3.2 million Americans living with schizophrenia. The severe mental d...

RECIPE FOR HEALTH: Got a Picky Eater? Try This Sandwich Mix and Match

Got a Picky Eater? Try This Sandwich Mix and Match

Healthy Kitchen Hacks for the Home Cook

This month’s hack is served up by Richard Blais, chef, restaurateur, cookbook author and a winner of Bravo’s Top Chef All-Stars. Get Misty

Ask the RD

Question: I just discovered roasted walnut oil and love it in salad dressing. How does it compare with olive oil?

Younger Adults Aren’t as Strong as They Used to Be

Exercise participation is strong among Millennials, but it appears that all that hard work in the gym may not be paying off—at least w...

Mindfulness and Stimulant Addiction

Interest in using mindfulness programs to help people with food or tobacco cravings continues to grow. According to recent pilot study findi...

Berkeley Soda Tax Has Plenty of Fizz!

Just over a year after Measure D, the “Berkeley vs. Big Soda” campaign, was passed and implemented, evidence from a new University of California, Berkeley, study is showing a 21% drop in c...

Overweight Duration Linked With Cancer Risk in Women

Here’s more reason to encourage overweight and obese women to get started on weight loss efforts right away. According to new research, the longer a woman has excess weight or obesity, the more ...

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