Controlling bacteria in your gut may help curb diet-induced heart disease, show Cleveland Clinic researchers. A substance found in olive and grapeseed oils is one potential treatment.
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5 Steps to Help Prevent Digestive Problems as You Age
Medication, diet and lifestyle can cause digestive problems as you age. Get five tips that will help you avoid or manage these issues.
How To Prevent Cancer: 6 Ways To Lower Your Risk
Worldwide, nearly 45% of all cancer-related deaths are attributed to behavioral risk factors like smoking, drinking and living a sedentary lifestyle. Here’s what you can do to lower your risk and live your best life.
Why Are Heart Attacks on the Rise in Young People?
Heart attacks are on the upswing among younger people. The reason? Experts say it’s primarily due to sedentary lifestyles and poor diets. And unless something changes, the number will only continue to increase.
What Is Citrulline?
Taking L-citrulline, an amino acid that helps improve blood flow, may have some health benefits. A registered dietitian discusses the latest research and how citrulline works.
Set Point Theory May Explain Why You’re Not Losing Weight
Even when we diet and exercise, our bodies can adapt to try to keep us from losing weight, which can lead to weight loss plateaus and regaining lost weight. An obesity specialist explains set point theory, and shares tips on resetting it.
Signs You May Have a Magnesium Deficiency
About half of adults in the U.S. are living with a magnesium deficiency and don’t even know it. Spot the warning signs, and learn how to increase your magnesium with food and supplements.
Why Do I Keep Farting?
Learn what causes flatulence, how much is normal and what to do if you’re farting too much.
Why Are Testosterone Levels Decreasing?
Studies show a steady decline in testosterone levels. Learn what’s driving the numbers down and what you can do to keep yours healthy.
Natural Ways To Treat Ankylosing Spondylitis Symptoms
Sometimes, medications don’t do enough to relieve the symptoms of ankylosing spondylitis. Lifestyle changes and non-drug therapies can help manage AS symptoms.