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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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Not one size fits all, and nowhere does that show up more than in the recruitment of racial and ethnic minorities into clinical trials, says Hollings Cancer Center researcher Marvella Ford, Ph.D. This is critically important...

source: Medical University of South Carolina via Medical Xpress

Eleven years is a long time to be writing about "digital pharma," and it wasn't very long ago when it was all My First Twitter Account and iPhone Apps as far as the eye could see. Over those years some technologies have entered the digital health mainstream, while others...

source: PharmaPhorum

Folic acid has long been touted as an important prenatal vitamin to help prevent certain birth defects. Recent studies are now suggesting it could reduce the risk of another disorder: autism. The humble B vitamin has been linked to a lower risk of autism spectrum disorder...

source: Popular Science

Many foods are overlooked for their vitamin and mineral content. Add variety to your diet to ensure you are providing your body with the vitamins and minerals it needs. Check out the surprising foods that are actually good sources of certain vitamins and minerals.

source: The News Herald

It's a fact of life: As you age, your bones become thinner and lose their density. Over time, you become more prone to injury. Fortunately, you can take steps to halt the "thinning" of your bones, called osteopenia, and prevent osteoporosis. Start with the tips below from...

source: Cleveland Clinic

How committed are you to your health? Buying a new pair of running shoes, healthy cookbooks and a sleek new FitBit are all great steps, but they are actually not the most useful for developing healthy habits. The key to getting your wellness in check might actually be right...

source: AOL

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