What is the difference between glycemic load and glycemic index, and how can they impact everything from your cognitive health to your cardio metabolic risk?
Researchers have developed a way to more fully analyze cancer-free lymph nodes to identify breast cancer patients at high risk of metastases.
The blueberry has long been touted as a nutritional powerhouse. The tiny fruit is low in calories but packed with powerful nutrients and antioxidants. Now, a study published in Pathology and Oncology Research finds that combining blueberry extract with radiation therapy could boost treatment effectiveness.
Pistachios are among the top 50 foods with high antioxidant potential, and are rich in many vitamins and nutrients.
Persimmons are an exotic fruit that you shouldn't leave out of your fall and winter recipes. They offer a sweet, honeyed flavor and are also a great source of many vitamins and nutrients.
Radiation therapy has long proved an effective treatment for shrinking or curing cancer, preventing cancer recurrence and reducing symptoms of metastatic cancer, but now, evidence shows that radiation may also reduce the incidence of ventricular tachycardia, a life-threatening heart arrhythmia.
Traditionally, New Year's is a time for reevaluating our lives - where we are versus where we want to be. With the best of intentions, we set out to change bad habits and become a healthier version of ourselves, but so often, we fall short of the lofty goals we set. It's important to set achievable goals that you are able to stick with for the long run.
Try out new traditions this holiday season and incorporate healthy, cancer-fighting warm and cold beverages into your celebrations!
Cranberries are a holiday meal staple in the United States. Their bright color and versatile flavor match perfectly with a broad variety of recipes, and they are found in everything from desserts to meat sauces.
Eating a high-quality diet not only benefits your physical health, it can also bring about positive change in your mood, sleep, behavior, and appetite.