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New Sources of an Overlooked Nutrient
It's good for the heart, seniors' bones and helps the blood. Now we know full-fat dairy is a good way to get it.   > >
June 23, 2017

Nineteen, the New 60
Kids and teens are only about as active as the average 60-year-old, according to a new study. What's up with that?   > >
June 22, 2017

Good Potato, Bad Potato
Potatoes can be good for you, but they can also send you to an early grave. How you cook them is what counts.   > >
June 21, 2017

Decadent Vegetables
When veggies sound like an indulgence -- chipotle-roasted corn, sizzling green beans -- they go over a lot better.   > >
June 20, 2017

Batter Up Too Late?
Baseball players' reaction times improved when they got an extra hour of sleep. Stress and fatigue went down, too.   > >
June 19, 2017

Maybe Grandpa Needs a Dog
Not everyone should be a dog owner, but seniors who have dogs get a lot more exercise than those who don't.   > >
June 16, 2017

Visit Your Local "Farmacy"
Nutrients in fruits and vegetables contain compounds that can kill prostate and other cancer cells.   > >
June 15, 2017

The Power of Perceptions of Control
Parents who believe their actions affect their kids have kids with fewer problems and more resilience.   > >
June 14, 2017

Take Time to Savor
Mindless munching really packs on the pounds. Paying attention to emotional eating can be game-changing.   > >
June 13, 2017

An Expensive Trip to the Emergency Room
People who lack health insurance and use the ER as their doctor's office often pay a huge price.   > >
June 12, 2017

Sunburn Season
Protecting your skin from damaging UV rays begins with hats, sunglasses, and picking the right sunscreen.   > >
June 9, 2017

Swapping Beans for Beef
Worried about climate change? Simply eating beans instead of beef could reduce global greenhouse gases up to 75 percent.   > >
June 8, 2017

White or Whole Wheat?
Whole grain bread is better, right? Not so fast. The nutritional benefits of bread are actually more individual than anyone thought.   > >
June 7, 2017

The Myth of Teenagers' Shrinking Brains
It had been thought that teens' brains shrink during adolescence. That’s far from true.   > >
June 6, 2017

No Juice, Baby
If you've been giving your little one juice in his or her sippy cup, it's time to reconsider. Check out the AAP's new guidelines.   > >
June 5, 2017

Smart Toys, Worried Parents
Giving your child a toy he or she can talk to sounds ideal, until you consider privacy and hacking.   > >
June 2, 2017

Rethinking Protein Recommendations for Seniors
Aging adults need more protein to fight illness and stay strong. Few get enough.   > >
June 1, 2017

Fidget Toys -- Calming or Distracting?
Fiddling with hand-held toys can be therapeutic. The idea is they focus attention and reduce anxiety. But is this always the case?   > >
May 31, 2017

A New View of Osteoarthritis
The joint damage aging often brings appears to be less the result of wear and tear and more about reversible changes at the cellular level.   > >
May 30, 2017

Chocolate Therapy
A little chocolate every day or so can reduce your risk of atrial fibrillation. Best to be sure it's dark chocolate.   > >
May 25, 2017