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NIH study suggests a small reduction in daily calories is beneficial for wellness.
Nearly half of all states have an adult obesity prevalence of 35% or higher, new CDC data show.
Anti-inflammatory diets can suppress the growth of colorectal cancer tumors via immune system pathways.
Black, brown, and low-income communities are more likely to live in locations with sparse options for fresh, healthy dietary choices.
These plant-based meals are quick, delicious and healthy any time of the year.
The dangers of excessive alcohol use and its connection to increased colorectal cancer risk are not something doctors are unfamiliar with.
About 63% of American adults consume at least one or more sugar-sweetened beverages daily.
The American Institute for Cancer Research offers cancer prevention recommendations as a path to diet quality.
Fred Hutch researchers explore the association between energy intake (through food and drink) and chronic disease risk, including cancer.
The American Institute for Cancer Research explores links between physical activity, nutrition and breast cancer survivorship.
American Cancer Society research also shows ways to make healthy food accessible and help improve diet quality and population health.
New awards will advance key priorities of the Cancer Moonshot to reduce inequities in the structural drivers of cancer.
A large clinical trial found that daily multivitamins led to modest improvements in memory over a three-year period.
People who consumed highly processed food had a greater risk for ovarian and brain cancers and higher cancer mortality.
Many people are unfamiliar with, or maybe confused by, what pulses are.
Most healthy people can meet their daily fluid needs by drinking when they are thirsty.
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