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Summertime Flu? Not Likely
Our immune systems don't work so well in dry air. That's why influenza mostly takes hold in the cold.   > >
May 17, 2019

Do-Nothing Diet Drinks
Kids who drink artificially-sweetened beverages end up consuming more calories than kids who don't.   > >
May 16, 2019

Guacamole Power
Avocados may be one of the best ways to cut calories, satisfy your appetite and lower cholesterol at the same time.   > >
May 13, 2019

Protein Shakes Can Bring You Down
Protein supplements often provide only a single type of amino acid, one that interferes with serotonin and can lead to depression.   > >
May 10, 2019

Help for Caregivers of Those with Dementia
Burnout and depression are common among those caring for people with dementia. Enjoying positive moments, however fleeting, makes it better.   > >
May 8, 2019

Eat As Much As You Want
Primates following this diet ate as much as they wanted -- and they still didn't gain weight.   > >
May 7, 2019

A Teachable Moment for Health
The best way to help kids develop healthy eating habits is to start explaining why they matter early on.   > >
May 6, 2019

Water Boys -- And Girls
Some kids don't drink any water in a day, preferring sweetened drinks. This can add a pound a month.   > >
May 2, 2019

Operating at a Loss
Bariatric surgery -- gastric bypass -- can work wonders. But it's not magic. A study looked at what helped people keep the weight off and what didn't.   > >
April 30, 2019

Empathy is Hard Work
There's a way to make feeling empathy less emotionally and mentally taxing. It's pretty simple.   > >
April 29, 2019

Fat-Shaming, Celebrity Edition
Comments about celebrites' weight gain harm the body image of the rest of us.   > >
April 26, 2019

Fertility Tracking Via App
To conceive or not to conceive: By plugging in information about their monthly cycles, women can plot when fertility is at a peak.   > >
April 23, 2019

A Closer Look at Kids' Appetites
Some believe kids should be allowed to eat freely, to make sure they are adequately nourished. It's more complicated than that.   > >
April 22, 2019

Dodging the Periodontist
Inflammation goes down and gum health improves when dentists take the time to give patients strategies for oral care.   > >
April 18, 2019

The Dirt on Lead Exposure
Lead isn't just in pipes and paint; it's in soil, too, especially in areas near major roads. And it can cause some serious memory and attention problems in kids.   > >
April 17, 2019

Choose Foods, Not Supplements
Nutritional supplements have some concerning associations with heart disease, cancer and health in general. Buy good food instead.   > >
April 15, 2019

The Difference Between Solitude and Loneliness
Being alone is not the same as being lonely. Taking a little me-time is a sign of mental health.   > >
April 11, 2019

For Mothers-to-Be: An Anti-ADHD Diet
A child's chances of developing attention deficits goes way up when their mothers had the wrong balance of two nutrients while pregnant.   > >
April 9, 2019

Eating to Ease Asthma
Certain foods lessen kids' asthma symptoms; others tend to make them worse.   > >
April 4, 2019

Feel in Control; Feel Younger
When seniors grow to feel more in control of their lives, they feel younger, too.   > >
April 3, 2019