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Beverages with added fructose may increase allergy risk

September 10, 2018
Teenagers who excessively consumed beverages with free, or added, fructose had a fivefold increase in allergy symptoms, according to an analysis of…
Meeting News

Lifestyle modification reduces need for BP medication

September 10, 2018
Lifestyle interventions may be effective replacements for antihypertensive medications in adults with overweight or obesity and hypertension…
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Changes in meal timings may reduce body fat

September 7, 2018
Practicing time-restricted feeding that pushes breakfast later and dinner earlier, a type of intermittent fasting, may help people lose body fat…
In the Journals

Gluten-free diet fails to improve microscopic colitis symptoms in patients without celiac disease

September 7, 2018
Dietary gluten intake does not appear to be linked to a risk for microscopic colitis in women, according to research published in The American
In the Journals

Hunter-gatherer lifestyle can alter children’s gut microbiome

August 29, 2018
Children from an urban environment as old as 7 years might be able to alter their gut microbiome diversity by switching to a more traditional…
Feature

‘Futile’ neutropenic diets should be abandoned for individuals with cancer

August 29, 2018
Routine use of the neutropenic diet for patients with cancer should be abandoned, according to a paper published in Journal of Hospital Medicine
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PURE: Moderate red meat, dairy intake may help reduce mortality, CV risk

August 28, 2018
MUNICH — A new diet quality tool based on an analysis of more than 218,000 adults worldwide suggests that increased intake of unprocessed red…
Video

VIDEO: Trial to test dietary interventions for Crohn’s

August 24, 2018
In this exclusive video, James Lewis, MD, MSCE, associate director of the Inflammatory Bowel Disease Center at Penn Medicine, and Andrea Meyer,
In the Journals

Eosinophil infiltration could influence non-celiac wheat sensitivity

August 23, 2018
The presence of duodenal and rectal eosinophils could help clinicians diagnose patients with non-celiac wheat sensitivity, according to research…
In the Journals

Eosinophil Infiltration Could Influence Non-Celiac Wheat Sensitivity

Healio Gastroenterology, October 2018
The presence of duodenal and rectal eosinophils could help clinicians diagnose patients with non-celiac wheat sensitivity, according to research…