Mediterranean Diet Cuts Women's Odds for Diabetes

Overweight women who eat a Mediterranean-like diet may reduce their odds of developing type 2 diabetes by 30%, compared with women who don’t, a new study suggests.

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Could the Pill Reduce Asthma Attacks?

Women with asthma may suffer fewer severe symptom attacks if they are on birth control pills, a large new study suggests.

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Anxiety Might Speed Alzheimer's: Study

Older adults with memory problems may progress to Alzheimer’s more quickly if they are also suffering from anxiety symptoms, a preliminary study suggests.

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Tips on Living With Migraine

Three people share their experiences with the chronic condition and what they’ve learned about finding treatments that really help.

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Our Favorite Nourishing Holiday Recipes

Looking for a few nourishing options to include on your holiday menu this year? We’ve rounded up a few of our favorite options that are made from nutrient-dense whole foods. All of our recipes are also free of dairy and gluten for those with sensitivities who need variations of some traditional recipes! It is absolutely […]

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Global Vaccine Passport Will Be Required for Travel

Around the world, there’s considerable resistance against mandatory COVID-19 vaccination, but even if the vaccine ends up being “voluntary,” refusing to take it will have severe implications for people who enjoy their freedom. For months, the writing has been on the wall: Forced vaccination is part and parcel of the plan to “reset” the global […]

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SV40 and Vaccine Contamination

As the world races to fast-track a COVID-19 vaccine, bringing an experimental shot to market faster than has ever occurred in history, the potential risks of medical procedures like vaccination must be carefully weighed. Unintended harms can and do occur following vaccination, and the inactivated and live polio vaccines are prime examples. From 1955 to […]

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'Hidden' Prostate Cancer Usually Means Good Outcome

Negative biopsies among early-stage prostate cancer patients who’ve chosen active surveillance are associated with a low risk of disease progression, but they aren’t a sign that their cancer has completely vanished, a new study indicates.

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