You probably first heard of mononucleosis, or “mono” for short, while you were still in high school. You may have never had it yourself, but perhaps you envied (just a little bit) your friends who got it, if only because they got to spend a few weeks at home while
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The Mediterranean diet, centered around fruits, vegetables, olive oil, nuts, legumes, and whole grains, is good for everything from your brain to your bones. Learn the benefits of the Mediterranean diet—and how to use it to prevent cognitive decline, heart disease, depression, and even cancer.
A wide range of studies have
Gastritis refers to inflammation of the lining of the stomach. It may last for a few days (acute gastritis) or it may linger for months or years (chronic gastritis). It is a clinical finding, caused by a variety of disease processes including medication reactions, excessive alcohol intake, and bacterial infection.
While no cause and effect has been definitively established, a recent study in the British Medical Journal (Feb. 14, 2018) suggests that in developed countries worldwide the intake of ultra-processed foods causes a significant increase in cancer risk. Specifically, a 10 percent increase in these foods in the diet is
The 2015-2020 Dietary Guidelines for Americans holds up three U.S. Food & Drug Administration–approved models of healthy eating:
Healthy U.S.-Style Eating Pattern
Healthy Vegetarian Eating Pattern
Healthy Mediterranean-Style Eating Pattern
The Healthy U.S.-Style Eating Pattern is based on foods Americans typically consume: vegetables, fruits, grains, dairy, and protein.
The Healthy Mediterranean-Style Eating Pattern is similar
Most people have an occasional stomachache or a burning sensation in their chest from time to time, but how do you know when peptic ulcer symptoms may be at play? A peptic ulcer is a sore that forms on the inner lining of the upper gastrointestinal (GI) tract, from the
Q. How can you tell if someone has early-onset dementia?
A. Early-onset dementia refers to having developed dementia before the age of 65. In some people, problems with balance and strength may be the first signs of dementia. In a six-year study of 2,288 men and women age 65 and over,
Vegetables have always had a reputation for being healthy, and research continues to support that a vegetable-rich diet is a winning approach to optimal health and disease protection. The edible roots, leaves, stems, buds, flowers, and flesh from plants fall under the broad category of vegetables. According to botanical classifications,
The folklore. No pantry is complete without onions. Cultivated and eaten since prehistoric times, onions are integral to most every cuisine in the world. In addition to their tear-jerking effect on the eyes and pungency to the palate, onions have a history layered with story.
The Egyptians, Romans, and Greeks believed
Garlic’s unassuming appearance in no way reflects its true nature. First cultivated over 5,000 years ago, this Central Asia native has a reputation as a culinary and medicinal star in traditional medicine for centuries. Ancient cultures used garlic to aid the heart and digestion, as well as improve physical