Howdini (Apr. 30, 2013) Do you eat healthily, but can't seem to lose those extra pounds no matter what you do? Dr. Larry Emdur shares why some women struggle to lose weight even when eating an appropriate ... watch video
AFP (Oct. 14, 2013) A caterpillar fungus, found only on the high Tibetan plateau, is known as "Himalayan Viagra". It is worth nearly its weight in gold and is so valuable that disputes over collection rights are turning ... watch video
Newsy (Dec. 12, 2014) Researchers in the United Kingdom published a study Wednesday outlining the use a new nutritional supplement that could help dieters lose weight.
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Washington Post (Jan. 2, 2015) Registered dietitian Sloane Mendelsohn talks with PostTV about some of the dangerous diet fads for 2015. She also explains the best way to quickly and safely lose weight.
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Oct. 26, 2016 Early-life stress has been shown to impair learning and memory in later life, but new research suggests that improved nutrition may help offset the negative effects of this stress. Specifically, ... read more
Oct. 26, 2016 Good news for those who want to activate their brown fat (or BAT, brown adipose tissue) without having to be cold: New research suggests that a natural compound in mulberries, called "rutin," can ... read more
Oct. 26, 2016 A wearable patch that delivers small amounts of peanut protein through the skin shows promise for treating children and young adults with peanut allergy, with greater benefits for younger children, ... read more
Oct. 26, 2016 Brain functions are controlled by millions of brain cells. However, in order to understand how the brain controls functions, such as simple reflexes or learning and memory, we must be able to record ... read more
May 11, 2016 Dieters looking to cut calories may believe it's best to pick a fast casual restaurant over a fast food chain, but new research shows that may not be the best choice. According to researchers, ... read more
Mar. 10, 2016 A difference of one hundredth of a percent in fitness is sufficient to select between winners and losers in evolution. For the first time researchers have quantified the tiny selective forces that ... read more
Aug. 5, 2015 To lose weight, boost energy or soothe nerves, many consumers turn to dietary supplements. But some of these products contain undeclared substances. To protect consumers from taking something without ... read more
June 23, 2015 Weight-conscious consumers are often drawn to foods such as Clif Bars and Wheaties, whose packaging suggests that they promote fitness. But according to a new study, such "fitness branding" ... read more