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Recent research suggests that eating more fruits and vegetables may improve attention in children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
Though the vibrant red cranberry is mostly associated with the holidays, when it comes to our health, they are a true superfood—in fact, native to North America, they are America’s original superfood!
Have you ever wondered why older folks are more vulnerable to infections, or have a harder time fighting them? Why a virus like SARS-CoV-2 or the flu can kill an older adult, while only causing minor symptoms in someone younger? It’s called immunosenescence, and in simple terms, it’s the aging of the immune system.
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Crème de Lite, Scarlet Nantes, Red Core Chantenay, Sirkana, Thumbelina, Imperator, Purple Dragon, Little Finger… though they sound like fine wines or heroes in a fantasy show, a carrot by another name is just as sweet! In hues of orange, purple, yellow and white, there are more than 40 varieties of wild and cultivated carrots grown around the world.
It is hard to overstate how important potassium is to the body. In one of its main roles, potassium (along with other ions, particularly sodium and chloride) is necessary for creating electrical signals that cells use to communicate. These electrical signals are necessary for every heartbeat, every muscle contraction, and every nerve impulse.
Editor’s note: As the Coronavirus has shown us there has never been a better time to focus on fortifying our overall health and strengthening immune competency and resilience.
It’s hot. Really hot. And the heat doesn’t just make us uncomfortable, it can make us irritable and aggressive, sluggish, anxious, and may even exacerbate the pain of inflammation-induced ailments.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), six million children suffer from asthma, which disproportionately affects minority children.
The ecological impact of raising cattle—and by extension, of eating beef—has become a fraught topic. One frequent concern is that meat production uses a lot of water and creates water pollution. What often gets lost, however, is that the impact varies greatly depending on how cattle are reared.
True or false: You can only damage your liver when you drink too much alcohol? FALSE.
According to the American Lung Association’s “State of the Air 2022” report, the state of our air is… well, it’s not very good. Between 2018 and 2020, the U.S. had the highest number of “very unhealthy” and “hazardous” air quality days than it ever has in the 20 years the report has been published.