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Causes of Depression: 7 Major Factors

Causes of Depression: 7 Major Factors

If you become ill, usually you can pinpoint a reason. A stiff, swollen joint, for example, might be due to injury or to a chronic disease like arthritis, while an upset stomach might be due to food poisoning. The causes of depression are harder to pin down. And unfortunately, they

Newsbriefs: Red Meat; Magnesium; Nuts

Red Meat Consumption and Colorectal Cancer
Lifestyle factors like red meat consumption and smoking are associated with an increased risk of polyps, small growths in the colon that can develop into colorectal cancer. Further, a study that appeared Nov. 15, 2016 in the journal Gut revealed that eating red meat is

Making the Move to Healthy Fats

You read and hear a lot about dietary fats these days: Some are “good,” some are “bad,” and there are conflicting recommendations about how much is safe to eat. How do you sort this out when you’re in the grocery store, or it’s time for dinner?
“In a perfect case of

Q&A: Eye Infection; Memory; Sweating

Q. I’ve been suffering from red, watery, itchy eyes ever since I unpacked several cartons of old books. Is this an eye infection, and if so, what can I do about it?
A. First, it’s important not to self-treat your condition. Your eyes are too valuable to treat with home remedies.

4. Spices and Herbs

Flavor Your Plate
If you’d like to add a bit of pizazz to healthy, nutrient-dense whole foods such as vegetables and legumes, be creative and sprinkle on some spices and herbs. These seasonings generally cost only pennies per serving and can help you cut back on the fat, sugar, and salt

1. Shifting Eating Habits For Better Health

Ready to Shift?
You don’t have to overhaul your eating habits overnight or give up all of the foods you love to attain good health. Instead, think about making small shifts in your diet or eating pattern to incorporate heathier options. If you make small, positive changes in the way you’re

Minimizing Meat for Better Health

“Many people are used to meat being the focal point of their plate,” says Abigail Arday, RD, CDN, CNSC, a registered dietitian at NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell. “However, a lot of research suggests we should limit our meat consumption to lower our risks of heart disease, cancer, type 2 diabetes, Alzheimer’s disease,

Nutrition and Fitness Have Long-Lasting Results

Your health habits today can impact your health decades into the future. These are the findings from a new German study published in Psychology of Sport and Exercise (January, 2014). In the study, about 500 men and women were followed from 1992 to 2010. The scientists analyzed many factors that

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