A recent Finnish study finds that eating a lot of dietary cholesterol, namely eggs, won’t cause heart disease.
New research examining the brains of deceased people across the lifespan found low levels of vitamin B12 among those with autism, dementia, schizophrenia.
Higher intake of vitamin D during pregnancy was linked with a reduced risk of hay fever in children, according to new research.
A daily dose of chocolate may help developing fetuses, according to a small new study.
Children who drink unpasteurized milk are less likely to develop asthma than kids who drink processed milk, according to new research.
How much fiber women ate as teens may be linked to a lower risk of developing breast cancer later in life, according to new research.
A compound in cheese may kill cancer cells, according to new rodent research.
Coffee didn’t kick up the frequency of irregular or accelerated heart beats in a new study, the largest of its kind.