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WHO recommends stronger policies to protect children from the harmful impact of food marketing

WHO has released a new guideline on policies to protect children from the harmful effects of food marketing. The guideline recommends countries implement comprehensive mandatory policies to protect children of all ages from the marketing of foods and non-alcoholic beverages that are high in saturated fatty acids, trans-fatty acids, free sugars and/or salt (HFSS). More […]

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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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AI Kanater brand tahini recalled due to salmonella

Health Canada has issued a recall for AI Kanater brand tahini after salmonella contamination was detected by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) According to the notice issued on Tuesday, the recalled product has been sold in Quebec, Ontario, Saskatchewan and Alberta. The health agency asks Canadians to avoid consuming, using, selling, serving or distributing

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Tina Turner health issues: Singer opened up about kidney disease 2 months before death

Two months prior to her death this week at age 83Tina Turner opened up about having put herself “in great danger” over her health. For International World Kidney Day on March 9, the music superstar warned his social media followers about the importance of keeping an eye on your kidney health, especially since the kidneys

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How to Manage Heart Disease Risk Factors Benefits Physical Function

By Hebrew SeniorLife, Hinda and Arthur Marcus Institute for Aging Research May 14, 2023 New research published in The Journals of Gerontology suggests that managing cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk factors may help preserve physical function in older adults. Approximately 10% of older adults experience muscle weakness and diminished physical function, leading to adverse health outcomes

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Healthier planet, healthier people – Harvard Health

Five small steps toward better health for you and planet Earth. Everything is connected. You’ve probably heard that before, but it bears repeating. Below are five ways to boost both your individual health and the health of our planet — a combination that environmentalists call co-benefits. How your health and planetary health intersect Back in

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