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Most Filling Foods: How to Satisfy Those Hunger Pangs

Achieving and maintaining a healthy weight goal can be a constant struggle, particularly if you're hungry all the time. You may feel constant cravings for sweets between meals or for your favorite junk foods in the afternoon and late at night. First step in controlling those cravings: Choose the most … Read More

Dehydration Headache: Know the Causes, Signs, and Treatments

What causes dehydration headaches can be as simple as not having consumed sufficient fluids. Likewise, dehydration headaches may happen because lack of fluids causes shrinkage in brain volume. This results in the brain pulling away from the skull, which triggers pain receptors in the meninges (the membrane that surrounds the … Read More

Nutrition Facts: Changes in Labeling Coming Soon

For two years, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) analyzed current ingredient labels on food products with the goal of making them more informative for consumers. In late 2016, the FDA announced its results and a roll-out plan. According to a release, "January 1, 2020 will be the uniform compliance … Read More

Brain Vitamins: Do They Work?

The statistics on vitamin and other dietary supplement use in the United States are staggering, and the numbers appear to be on the rise. A 2016 CRN Consumer Survey showed the percentage of Americans taking dietary supplements—everything from multi-vitamins to "brain vitamins" to calcium pills to weight-loss supplements—to be at … Read More

How a CPAP Machine Can Help Treat Sleep Apnea…

For moderate to severe obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), your physician may recommend a nasal continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) machine, which forces air through the nasal passages at a level that prevents the tissues of the throat from collapsing during sleep. For those with less severe OSA or for anyone … Read More

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