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Dolphin diet study gives conservation clues
BBC News
Wild dolphins need up to 33,000 calories a day, researchers have found - equivalent to about 60 portions of salmon. In contrast, Olympic swimmers - who are smaller and less active - burn about 12,000 calories a day during training. Studying the ...

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New York Times

High-Fat Diet May Fuel Spread of Prostate Cancer
New York Times
Obesity is linked to prostate cancer, scientists know, but it's not clear why. On Monday, researchers reported a surprising connection. When prostate cancers lose a particular gene, they become tiny fat factories, a team at Beth Israel Deaconess ...

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TIME

What Can You Eat On the Mediterranean Diet?
TIME
The news about the Mediterranean diet keeps getting better. Two studies were recently published about the less-known benefits of the popular eating plan: In one, men who followed the diet had a lower risk of aggressive prostate cancer, and in the other ...

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USA TODAY

Want to lose weight? Put your brain on a diet.
USA TODAY
There are plenty of things I do that annoy my wife. The one thing that drives her bonkers is the way I eat. I am a virtual garbage disposal and regularly clean plate after plate at every meal. I try to eat well, but whatever I consume, it is typically ...

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Science Daily

A high-salt diet produces dementia in mice
Science Daily
The mice were given food containing 4 percent or 8 percent salt, representing an 8- to 16-fold increase in salt compared to a normal mouse diet. The higher level was comparable to the high end of human salt consumption. After eight weeks, the ...
Could a high-salt diet cause cognitive decline and dementia?New Atlas
Even without nudging blood pressure up, high-salt diet hobbles the brainLos Angeles Times
A Salt-Rich Diet Has An Unusual Effect On Your BrainIFLScience
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News Sentinel

HEALTH SENTINEL: Could changing your diet lessen depression?
News Sentinel
What if changing your diet could lessen depression? The results of a study, published in December in the journal Nutritional Neuroscience, point to just that. Researchers at the University of South Australia found a 45 percent reduction in severity of ...



U.S. News & World Report

Should You Take a Genetic Test to Find the Best Diet for You?
U.S. News & World Report
The results? Judson was told her body doesn't process carbohydrates very efficiently, and that she should lower her carb intake and fill her diet with more protein and healthy fats. The program also told her that, during exercise, she burns half as ...



Today in Conservative Media: Homeland Security Secretary Goes to Congress, Trump's Deep-Fried Diet Medically ...
Slate Magazine
Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen's Senate testimony Tuesday made waves for what she said and what she didn't hear. When asked about the White House meeting last week where President Trump used the term “shithole countries” to refer to ...

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KABC-TV

Gluten-free diet not recommended for everyone
KABC-TV
For those who don't have serious health concerns, a gluten-free diet can do more harm than good, some experts say. KABC. By Denise Dador. Tuesday, January 16, 2018 09:44PM. Going gluten-free is squarely in the mainstream now. Sales of gluten-free foods ...



The Spokesman-Review

Five reasons not to diet in 2018, and what to do instead | The ...
The Spokesman-Review
Diets don't work. Anyone who says they have found the proven way to lose weight and keep it off is selling snake oil, and counting on repeat customers.
State College, PA - The New Year Diet and Intuitive Eating -State College News

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