There are many factors that influence how long somebody lives. Some, like their genes, are out of their control. Others, like their lifestyle and environment, are a bit easier to alter. A new paper published
Should you eat red meat or not? A dietitian explains the latest nutrition science on meat, eggs and butter
Is it OK to eat red and processed meat — and what about eggs and butter? A registered dietitian clears up the nutrition confusion. Recent headlines and a new study seem to suggest that we’ve overturned
Gut health and its importance to overall well-being has become a hot topic as more people seek ways to manage their health by paying close attention to what they eat. As curiosity on this topic grows,
The decision to have cataract surgery is often delayed. While many people may detect subtle changes in the sharpness of their vision, it’s often not until vision is significantly compromised that many
There’s lots of misinformation about the flu out there: the flu shot makes you sick (nope), the flu is just a really bad cold (def not), and you catch the flu from going outside with wet hair (nuh-uh).
Don’t blame blue light alone for eye fatigue and sleep loss. These tips will help ensure that your computer, tablet, and phone don’t mess with your eyesight and slumber. Blue light has gotten a bad rap,