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15+ Anti-Inflammatory, Gut-Healthy Snack Recipes

Tasty and healthy, these snacks can help you meet your nutritional needs. Ingredients like Greek yogurt, raspberries, chickpeas and garlic are both gut-healthy and anti-inflammatory foods. This means these snacks can help aid in healthy digestion as well as relieve symptoms of inflammation such as joint stiffness, mental fog and high blood pressure. Recipes like […]

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Are UPFs really that bad? Here’s what food experts say on the rise of ultra-processed foods

Vegans eat more ultra-processed foods than any other diet. How bad is that really for health and the environment? Veganism has the potential to promote healthy eating as people ditch meat – but the rise of ultra-processed foods (UPFs) could barely have any positive effects. Product launches for plant-based convenience foods tripled between 2013 and

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Eating healthy is hard. It’s even harder for people who can barely afford to eat at all

It’s becoming more expensive to eat healthy, and food banks are having trouble keeping up with the demand. (Nicola MacLeod/CBC) Household food insecurity is directly linked to health issues, including heart disease and diabetes. For someone living with a food ailment like celiac disease or diabetes, going to the grocery store is a big expense,

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Some doctors are using AI chatbots to help deliver bad news to patients, the report says

iStock / Getty Images Plus From synthetic embryos, to a more inclusive BMI policy, to the possible benefits of vaginal fluids — here are some of the best health stories this week from Yahoo News partners. Some doctors are using AI chatbots to help deliver bad news to patients, the report says According to the

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Health officials won’t publicly admit the scale of ‘crisis’ at Surrey Memorial Hospital ER, doctors’ letter says

Dozens of physicians working inside the busiest emergency room in British Columbia have released a scathing letter describing an unrelenting “crisis” at the department, claiming the local health authority has “repeatedly” asked them to keep details of the situation from the public. The medical professionals at Surrey Memorial Hospital said it’s become necessary to speak

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Mediterranean diet may reduce risk of dementia, Alzheimer’s, science shows

A diet that is rich in seafood, fruit, vegetables, nuts and olive oil may lower the risk of dementia, a new study suggests. An analysis of data from more than 60,000 seniors revealed that choosing to follow a Mediterranean diet reduces a person’s likelihood of developing dementia by nearly one quarter published, even among those

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Manitoba increases funding for seniors’ health and social programs

WINNIPEG – The Manitoba government is increasing funding for some programs that provide health and social support for seniors. The province is adding $12.6 million a year to a program that helps people co-ordinate and manage their home-care services. Another $1.3 million will go to expand Manitoba palliative care, starting in the Southern health region.

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