Bearing an excess of weight feels awkward, and it can likewise harm your health. As per the research of the CDC, obesity rates have soared in the United States in recent years. As of 2019, more than 33% of American grownups were viewed as obese, characterized as having a BMI of 30 or higher.
The medical community is laying a lot of stress on gut health recently. The importance of maintaining the gut and the microbiome within is a hot topic of discussion rampant in health circles. Given that numerous studies have been conducted on subjects related to proper gut health, it's not a matter of surprise that more and more people are looking for information on the benefits of maintaining their gut.
Do you know how Google maps can show you any part of the world? Well, with big data and advanced technology you can view a map of the human body inside out. The healthcare industry is a large one and it took quite some time for new technology to be introduced and implemented in medical classrooms and in hospitals.
Celiac disease is a rare affliction. While it is true that a minuscule percentage of athletes will ever be diagnosed with it, many still decide to proceed with their running program as they practice a gluten-free diet. The reason for this is two-fold.
Most people love an order of fries, but how they enjoy those fries does indeed vary. Whether skinny or thick, spicy or curly or covered in truffle salt or a mix of herbs, it's a sure hit at any dinner table. Even the most classic of fun favorites though can be improved upon and some spots around the country are doing exciting things with their fries!
The global whiskey industry is booming and, sadly, so is the market for counterfeit bottles. Over the past few years, from China to the US, countless reports of fake bottles have surfaced. And those are the ones we hear about. It's all too easy these days for frauds to create fake bottles. It's often as simple as getting an empty bottle, filling it, and resealing it.
A natural antioxidant found in grain bran could preserve food longer and replace synthetic antioxidants currently used by the food industry, according to researchers at Penn State.
Researchers from Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago and colleagues estimate that nearly 8 percent of U.S. children (about 5.6 million) have food allergies, with nearly 40 percent allergic to more than one food. These findings were based on their latest national food allergy prevalence survey, which assessed over 38,000 children.
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