In the Journals

Exercise, nutrition education benefit psychiatric inpatients

May 31, 2019
Implementation of physical exercise and nutrition education in inpatient psychiatry resulted in positive changes in both psychological and physical…
In the JournalsPerspective

Frequent energy drink consumption may be harmful to heart

May 29, 2019
Continual consumption of energy drinks was associated with significantly prolonged corrected QT intervals and higher BP rates, according to findings…
Feature

Mediterranean diet: What you need to know

May 28, 2019
May is Mediterranean Diet Month, according to the American Diabetes Association’s Facebook page. The diet, with its high intakes of cereals…
Meeting News

Healthy dietary changes in South Asian adults may reduce CVD risk

May 19, 2019
MIAMI — The preparation of foods common in South Asian cuisines can increase the risk for CVD, but early action and substituting for healthier…
In the Journals

Ultra-processed foods lead to overeating, weight gain

May 17, 2019
Adults without obesity who ate a diet of ultra-processed foods for 2 weeks consumed on average 500 kcal more per day and gained an average 0.9 kg vs…
In the Journals

100% fruit juice, soda linked to increased mortality

May 17, 2019
Drinking 100% fruit juices and other sugar-sweetened beverages such as soft drinks, sodas and fruit-flavored drinks was associated with increased…
In the JournalsPerspective

Salt consumption may increase lightheadedness

May 16, 2019
Higher sodium intake was associated with more frequent and severe lightheadedness in patients who followed the Dietary Approaches to Stop…
Meeting NewsPerspective

Low-fat diet reduces risk for breast cancer death among postmenopausal women

May 15, 2019
Postmenopausal women reduced their breast cancer reduced their mortality risk by adopting a
Meeting News

How to determine which foods trigger migraine

May 14, 2019
PHILADELPHIA — The relationship between food and migraine exists, but the reasons for it are uncertain, a presenter at the American Academy of…
In the Journals

Vitamin D supplementation will not extend hypercalcemia in patients with kidney transplants

May 6, 2019
A small study conducted by researchers in Ireland shows use of Vitamin D supplementation among patients with a kidney transplant does not worsen…