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Intuitive Eating: How To Get Rid of the Rules and Enjoy Food

If you’re tired of diets but still want to lose weight or eat more healthfully, you might consider intuitive eating. Sometimes called the mindfulness approach, intuitive eating is supported by a growing body of scientific evidence.

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Why Heart Attacks Are on the Rise in Younger People

From 2006 to 2016, heart attacks for people younger than age 40 have increased by 2 percent every year. What is driving this trend?

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Achieving Gut Health -- and How It Supports Your Overall Well-Being

How do you know the state of your gut health and what can you do to keep it in good shape? A UH dietician explains.

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How To Get -- and Keep -- Healthy Skin

Your skin is your body’s largest organ, and it’s fairly simple to take care of. But there are many different types of skin, and each need different kinds of care. Get practical tips on how to get your skin to look and feel its best.

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mRNA Technology: The Launch of A New Era for Vaccines?

Vaccines have worked in the same way since they were invented more than 200 years ago. Since COVID-19 appeared, a new kind of vaccine has emerged -- the mRNA vaccine.

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Using the Body’s Immune System To Fight Cancer

Immunotherapy is a new, groundbreaking approach to treating cancer that harnesses the body’s own natural defenses to fight tumors.

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Cow’s Milk vs. Plant-Based Milk: Which is Better?

A close look at the nutrition profile of these beverages, which include milks made from almonds, soybeans or oats, shows that plant-based milks may not be as healthful as they seem.

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What’s In the Baby Food You Give Your Child?

Some of the most common baby foods manufactured in the United States contain traces of arsenic, lead and mercury. Exposure to these heavy metals can interfere with a child’s brain development and affect learning, cognition and behavior.

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