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Early Childhood, Diet, Mental Health, Canada, University of Montreal, Journal of Developmental & Behavioral Pediatrics, Quebec Longitudinal Study of Child Development, Meals, family activities

Eating Together as a Family Helps Children Feel Better, Physically and Mentally

Children who routinely eat their meals together with their family are more likely to experience long-term physical and mental health benefits, a new Canadian study shows.

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Mayo Clinic Offers Wellness Content, Assessment to Support Healthier Lifestyles

Mayo Clinic has expanded its commercial content offerings to include expert, research-based wellness content and a personalized, actionable wellness assessment.

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ASN Partners with VA Center for Innovation on My Kidney Nutrition App Features CHALLENGEWashington, DC (December 12, 2017) — Around 17% of American Adults Have Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD), and the Rate of Prevalence Is Higher for US Veterans. CKD,

Around 17% of American adults have chronic kidney disease (CKD), and the rate of prevalence is higher for US Veterans. CKD, if not treated appropriately, can ultimately lead to kidney failure requiring either dialysis or a transplant.

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Mental Health, Young Adults, mature adults, Eating, Dietary Factors, dietary practices, Mental Distress, Food, Health, Neurotransmitters, Brain, Antioxidants, Nervous System, Nutrition, Exercise, meat, Coffee, Binghamton, SUNY Binghamton, State University of New York at Binghamton, Binghamton University

Your Mood Depends on the Food You Eat, and What You Should Eat Changes as You Get Older

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Diet and dietary practices differentially affect mental health in young adults versus older adults, according to new research from Binghamton University, State University of New York.

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Health Tips, Allergies, Chronic Disease, Lifestyle, Lifestyle Changes, UCLA health, health calendar, Year End Lists

Here Are the Things Patients Should Be Doing for Their Health, but Aren’t

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Year-end is a great time to reflect on our health and endeavor to improve it. As we do so, it's important to identify the steps that could have a big impact on our wellness.

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College Football Playoff, University Of Alabama, sports nutrition, Fueling, Mentorship, Clemson University, University of Georgia, University Of Oklahoma, Nutrition, College Football, Sports Dieti

Sports RDs Fueled by Bama Mentorship

In an unprecedented occurrence, each of the four football programs participating in the College Football Playoff will feature a sports dietitian (Sports RD) who spent time professionally or scholastically at the University of Alabama. Amy Bragg, Alabama’s Director of Performance Nutrition, has been with the Crimson Tide for eight seasons and has built one of the leading sports nutrition programs in the country.

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Nursing, University Of Massachusetts, Peace Cops, Boston University, Johns Hopkins, Scholarship, Global, Community

Peace Corps Volunteer Goes From Senegal to ... Wherever She Chooses

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Nurse scholar rewarded for her Peace Corps service and her promise.

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Sugar, Fructose, sugary drinks, Children, Pregnancy, asthma and children, Pregnancy and diet

Consuming Sugary Drinks During Pregnancy May Increase Asthma Risk in Mid-childhood

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Dec. 5, 2017─Children between the ages of 7 and 9 may be at greater risk for developing asthma if they consumed high amounts of fructose in early childhood or their mothers drank a lot of sugar-sweetened beverages while pregnant, according to new research published online in the Annals of the American Thoracic Society.

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Nutrition, Nutrition Labeling, Sodium, Health, Health Policy

Researchers Say Nutritional Labeling for Sodium Doesn’t Work

The need to reduce sodium consumption is clear, but new research from the University of Georgia has determined that one popular approach—nutrition labeling—doesn’t work.

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ACSM, Protein, Women, Exercise, physical activty, Diet, Nutrition

Active Females: How Much Dietary Protein is Needed for Post-Exercise Recovery?

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