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Which diet is the best, really?

How many times have you been asked that question? And how many times have you seen a promotion of the latest and greatest diet that is presumably the fail-safe way to lose weight and get healthy? I think we have all seen that, ultimately, few people are successful with...

source: By Amy Bertram
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There are four key changes that should help you make better choices. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has put new food-label regulations in place based on new health and nutrition research. With some simple changes, such as bolder typeface and the adjustment of serving...

source: KSAT-TV

When you’re feeling down, it can be tempting to turn to food to lift your spirits. However, the sugary, high calorie treats that many people resort to have negative consequences of their own. Recently, research on the relationship between nutrition and mental health...

source: Healthline

Collagen is the main protein in the human body, found in skin, tendons, ligaments, and other connective tissues. Twenty eight types of collagen have been identified, with types I, II, and III being the most abundant in the human body, making up 80–90% of total collagen. Types...

source: Healthline

In the first year after transplant surgery, bacteria cause more than half of the infections that occur in solid organ transplant recipients. That's the result of a patient analysis conducted as part of the Swiss Transplant...

source: By Chelsea Adams

The Food and Drug Administration announced it awarded its first emergency use authorization for a test to detect and diagnose the coronavirus identified in Wuhan, China in December ​(2019-nCoV). The diagnostic panel was developed by the Centers for Disease Control...

source: MedTech Dive

Contura has earned approval from the Food and Drug Administration for an injectable hydrogel to treat stress urinary incontinence in women, according to a premarket approval order. The permanently implanted device acts as a scaffold for cells to grow through, supporting...

source: MedTech Dive

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