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Bran Antioxidant a Natural Preservative?

A natural antioxidant in grain bran could one day replace artificial preservatives, keeping food fresh longer, without potentially harmful additives.

What's the Best Diet for 2019?

U.S. News & World Report ranked more than 40 diet and eating plans for its annual assessment. Learn which one took the top spot.

Eat This If You Have Metabolic Syndrome

If you have metabolic syndrome, upping your intake of vitamins C and E can help prevent health problems. Here's what you should eat to make sure you get enough.

Age-Related Hearing Loss Linked to Depression

Older adults with hearing loss are at increased risk for depression and treating age-related hearing loss could reduce rates of depression in the elderly.

The Many Benefits of a ‘Dry’ January

Are there actual health-related benefits to abstaining for the whole month of January? Research from the University of Sussex in England says yes, there are.

Holiday Eating May Spike Your Cholesterol

Eating rich foods during the holidays can cause your cholesterol to jump by 20 percent after Christmas, according to this study.

Veterinarian Suicide Rates Continue to Be Higher Than Average

In a trend that’s continued for more than 30 years, U.S. veterinarians — especially female vets — are at higher risk for suicide than the general population.

#MeToo Prompts Millions More Google Searches for Sexual Harassment Info

After the launch of the #MeToo movement in 2017, as many as 54 million related Google searches were recorded in the U.S. – up to 86 percent more than usual.

How Common Is Hepatitis C in the United States?

Hepatitis C virus (HCV), which can lead to serious liver damage and is a major cause of illness and death in the U.S., is the most common bloodborne infection.

Knee Arthritis Pain Meds May Not Really Work

Researchers analyzed the results of 47 randomized clinical trials and found uncertainty about the long-term effectiveness of osteoarthritis treatments.