A sleepless night can easily find a person craving junk foods the next day. Now a new study has figured out just what is going on in the brain to drive this.
There is a credible link between drinking hot beverages such as tea and coffee and the risk of oesophageal cancer. For the first time, researchers have been able to answer the question of just how hot, is too hot?
Using an algorithm based on a person’s gut microbiome can more accurately predict spiked in blood glucose after a meal compared to a model based on the kilojoule or carbohydrate content of the food.
A review of diet study trials finds that positive dietary changes can reduce symptoms of depression, but less of a benefit is seen in addressing symptoms of anxiety.
Women with breast cancer who take antioxidant supplements during their chemotherapy or radiotherapy have been found to have higher rates of mortality and cancer recurrence.
In this very first proof-of-concept study, a simple intervention such as taking a daily probiotic appears to offer promise in slowing down bone loss in older women.