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Ever feel like your rheumatoid arthritis symptoms get worse after eating certain foods? Find out which foods can help and those you should nix from your diet.
Diet can't cure AS, but there are foods you can eat to help minimize your joint pain and swelling — and some that can make it worse. Choose wisely.
When you’re going through treatment for leukemia, your immune system may be weakened, exposing you to a higher risk of infection — which could even come from your food. Take these measures so your food heals you, not harms you.
When you're recovering from leukemia treatments and your immune system is low, are you taking all of the precautions necessary to ensure you're not putting yourself at risk for infection, like salmonella?
A study led by researchers from Boston Children’s Hospital suggests low-carb diets increase the number of calories burned and improve weight loss over time.
If you’re battling narcolepsy you should be stocking your fridge with oily fish, chicken, and nuts — and steering clear of caffeine and alcohol. Sorry, we’re just the messenger — take it from the experts themselves.
Living with Crohn’s? These 3 helpful strategies can change the way you think about food and help you manage your condition.
When you have RA, hearing "what's for dinner?" can be a daunting question — but it doesn't have to be. Make cooking as a family an "all hands on deck" event.
Chances are, your teen is consuming some form of protein supplements — whether it’s a powdery drink or a protein-packed granola bar. Protein is everywhere right now, but is it right for your teen? Do they really need that extra boost, or is it unhealthy?
What should you be including in your diet during pregnancy to get the most nutritional benefits for you and the baby? Get ideas here.