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Many people who give up sugar use artificial sweeteners instead, but are these substances good or bad for our long-term health?
There are many conditions that can threaten our sight and eye health, so it pays to be vigilant about the condition of our eyes.
Hot on the heels of personalised medicine is personalised nutrition, where the nutrients you eat are tailored to your health goals.
The columnist examines how changing consumption patterns have led to overconsumption and even a preference for meat and processed foods.
About half of English men eat less than the recommended five portions of fruits and vegetables a day, with the largest group being men aged 18 to 24.
Having fake patients wear a fatsuit to simulate being obese in a study, helped uncover prejudices against obese patients among medical students.
Speakers at an international conference on Alzheimer’s disease touched on a wide range of topics related to dementia, including sexual needs and young patients.
Policies and practices for aged care, which includes dementia, are moving very slowly because most national health policies are focused on other non-communicable diseases.
Grilling may seem like a healthy way to cook your food, but it risks exposing you to carcinogenic compounds created by the grilling process.