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A Greek nutritionist who has followed the Mediterranean diet all her life shares her 5 go-to breakfasts

Paravantes recommended savory breakfasts like this spinach, feta, and egg bake.Elena Paravantes Elena Paravantes has been following the Mediterranean diet since she was a child in Greece. She recommended starting the day with a light but savory breakfast to keep you going until lunch. Paravantes shared her five favorite Mediterranean breakfasts. Elena Paravantes grew up […]

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Mystery cluster of brain disease striking healthy adults robbing them of ability to talk, walk

A cluster of mysterious brain diseases has struck down at least 200 people in a small province and baffled doctors. More than 200 residents in New Brunswick, Canada, have been affected by the dementia-like disorder that causes vivid hallucinations, an inability to talk and write, memory lapses and even physical paralysis. Experts say the cases

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the influence of vitamin K on the diet-microbiome-health axis

In a recent narrative review published in the Nutrients Journal, researchers explored how Vitamin K dietary supplementation could promote healthy aging. Study: Vitamin K and Hallmarks of Aging: Focus on Diet and Gut Microbiome. Image Credit: ratmaner/Shutterstock.com background Dietary vitamin K is a diet-microbiome-health axis modulator; thus, researchers are pursuing evidence of how it impacts

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Depression, inequality may accelerate aging: study

A new Canadian-led study has found that feeling depressed, along with living in a disadvantaged neighborhood, may lead to premature aging. The peer-reviewed study, published on Monday in The Journals of Gerontology, Series A: Biological Sciences and Medical Sciences, points to how depression and living in an urban environment – ​​with greater material and social

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How Toronto’s Don River, once declared dead, is roaring back to life | Canada

After decades of illness, including a cholera scare and bouts of malaria, Toronto’s Don River succumbed to mounting neglect and was pronounced dead in 1969. A funeral procession of environmental activists wound through the city, with mourners gathering at the polluted banks of the river to pay their final respects. After more than half a

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Weight loss may mean a risk of death for older adults, study shows

CNN — As much as people may celebrate their own weight loss, it is not always healthy. A new study shows that weight loss in older adults is associated with early death and life-limiting conditions. Weight gain, on the other hand, is not associated with mortality, according to a study published Monday in JAMA Network

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Exercise should be the first option to treat depression: study

Suggesting someone struggling with depression or anxiety should start exercising more usually comes across as patronizing — but a new study into the powerful impact exercise can have on our mental health suggests exercise should generally be considered as the first option for treating depression and anxiety. The scientific review, which looked at more than

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