WEDNESDAY, Sept.1, 2021 (HealthDay News) — Sugar is killing Americans in droves, according to researchers who found that reducing the sweetener in packaged foods and beverages could prevent more than 2 million strokes, heart attacks and cardiac arrests. Less sugary packaged foods and drinks would also curb nearly a half-million
MONDAY, Aug. 30, 2021 (HealthDay News) — The Mediterranean diet can bring many benefits for the human body, including a healthier heart and a sharper brain. But there’s another benefit that might be of particular interest to men. Following a Mediterranean diet can lower a man’s future risk of erectile
FRIDAY, Aug. 27, 2021 (HealthDay News) — Heart attack survivors could gain more than seven healthy years of life if they take the right medications and improve their lifestyle, new research estimates. Unfortunately, studies have found, heart attack survivors rarely get optimal control over their risk factors. The new research
TUESDAY, Aug. 10, 2021 (HealthDay News) — A diet rich in fresh veggies, fruit and fiber has meaningful benefits for people with diabetes, a new research review confirms. Doctors have long recommended this kind of “low-glycemic” eating regimen to help patients manage their diabetes and keep blood sugar levels steady.
WEDNESDAY, Aug. 4, 2021 (HealthDay News) – If you’re like many people, your waistline has expanded during the pandemic. “The world shut down,” said Heather Tressler, a registered dietitian at the Penn State Celiac Clinic at Penn State Health’s Milton S. Hershey Medical Center. “Maybe you didn’t change what you
TUESDAY, July 13, 2021 (HealthDay News) — Whole grains can help older adults maintain a thinner waist, lower blood pressure and lower blood sugar, new research suggests. Just three servings a day may do the trick, the authors said. One serving is a slice of whole-grain bread, a half-cup of
TUESDAY, July 13, 2021 (HealthDay News) — You’ll get more than a day’s worth of added sugars when you pour a soda fountain drink at most U.S. restaurant chains, a new report finds. Even small-sized drinks exceed recommended guidelines, said researchers at the Center for Science in the Public Interest