The tops of several soda cans clustered together
01/22/2020
Recommendations on limiting sugar consumption vary around the world, with guidelines ranging from “[l]imit sweet desserts to one every other day” to “[k]eep sugar consumption to 4 or less... read more
Large variety of vegetables laid out on table
01/14/2020
Most of us don’t eat enough vegetables even though they have many well-known health benefits. Vegetables can reduce the risk of chronic diseases and may also help to prevent some types of cancers... read more
Slices of oranges spread out on table
01/07/2020
“For many years, the RDA [recommended daily allowance] for all vitamins were based on preventing deficiency, with a margin of safety,” but the miniscule amount of vitamin C needed to avoid... read more
Man holds apple and tape measure at his waist
12/20/2019
Anonymous (not verified)
Losing weight is one of the most difficult health-related things you can endeavor toward, as it involves a complete lifestyle shift. You have to avoid certain foods, gravitate toward other foods,... read more
Espresso Drip Scoops filled with coffee and beans
12/16/2019
Anonymous (not verified)
Coffee is without a doubt one of the world’s favorite beverages. Every single day, around 75% of Americans report that they drink at least two cups of coffee every day. Many of them drink way more... read more
Couple eating at breakfast table
11/12/2019
There are thousands of phytochemicals that will never make it onto the side of a cereal box but may play a role in reducing the risk of chronic diseases—and those are just the ones we know... read more
White dish filled with peanuts
10/29/2019
Creamy and smooth peanut butter and peanuts can trigger deadly reactions in those with allergies. by Edwin Kim, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill | The Conversation No one I... read more
Close up of purple bubbles in carbonated liquid.
10/25/2019
“Natural bubbling or sparkling mineral waters have been popular for thousands of years,” but manufactured sparkling water was first “‘invented’ in the mid to late 1700s” when a clergyman... read more
Woman feeding a man grapes in a vineyard.
09/25/2019
If you’ve ever spent some time around elderly and senior folk or count yourself among this group, you’ve likely noticed that they/you/we very much enjoy sweets. It’s not just a coincidence, either.... read more

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The tops of several soda cans clustered together
01/22/2020
Recommendations on limiting sugar consumption vary around the world, with guidelines ranging from “[l]imit sweet desserts to one every other day” to “[k]eep sugar consumption to 4 or less... read more
Large variety of vegetables laid out on table
01/14/2020
Most of us don’t eat enough vegetables even though they have many well-known health benefits. Vegetables can reduce the risk of chronic diseases and may also help to prevent some types of cancers... read more
Slices of oranges spread out on table
01/07/2020
“For many years, the RDA [recommended daily allowance] for all vitamins were based on preventing deficiency, with a margin of safety,” but the miniscule amount of vitamin C needed to avoid... read more
Man holds apple and tape measure at his waist
12/20/2019
Anonymous (not verified)
Losing weight is one of the most difficult health-related things you can endeavor toward, as it involves a complete lifestyle shift. You have to avoid certain foods, gravitate toward other foods,... read more
Espresso Drip Scoops filled with coffee and beans
12/16/2019
Anonymous (not verified)
Coffee is without a doubt one of the world’s favorite beverages. Every single day, around 75% of Americans report that they drink at least two cups of coffee every day. Many of them drink way more... read more
Couple eating at breakfast table
11/12/2019
There are thousands of phytochemicals that will never make it onto the side of a cereal box but may play a role in reducing the risk of chronic diseases—and those are just the ones we know... read more
White dish filled with peanuts
10/29/2019
Creamy and smooth peanut butter and peanuts can trigger deadly reactions in those with allergies. by Edwin Kim, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill | The Conversation No one I... read more
Close up of purple bubbles in carbonated liquid.
10/25/2019
“Natural bubbling or sparkling mineral waters have been popular for thousands of years,” but manufactured sparkling water was first “‘invented’ in the mid to late 1700s” when a clergyman... read more
Woman feeding a man grapes in a vineyard.
09/25/2019
If you’ve ever spent some time around elderly and senior folk or count yourself among this group, you’ve likely noticed that they/you/we very much enjoy sweets. It’s not just a coincidence, either.... read more

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There’s new hope for those with impaired vision from age-related macular degeneration.
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Your hearing can be affected by driving your car at high speeds. Learn more about noise-induced hearing loss.
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The New York Times recently dubbed Oakland “Brooklyn by the Bay.” The hot press is putting the East Bay on the map but ask any local and they will tell you the East Bay has always been where it’s at... read more
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Watch Wine Oh TV with Monique Soltani as we travel to Tuscany and uncork Italy’s coveted Chianti Classico wine region. In this video we get a taste of the sweet life and show what it’s like to truly... read more
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Watch Wine Oh TV with Monique Soltani as we Travel to Tuscany and uncork Italy’s coveted Chianti Classico wine region. In this video we show you the best wineries to visit and wine tours to take... read more
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Watch Wine Oh TV with Monique Soltani as we Travel to Tuscany and uncork Italy’s coveted Chianti Classico wine region and clear up any confusion over the wines of Chianti and Chianti Classico. ... read more
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Watch Wine Oh TV with Monique Soltani as she travels to Northern Italy and goes well beyond Milan. See the real region that doesn’t always make the headlines, but is well worth your time. Lombardy is... read more
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Watch Wine Oh TV with Monique Soltani and get a taste of why Franciacorta has long been recognized as one of Europe’s most distinguished sparkling wines. Come along as we go inside Italy’s best... read more
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Watch Wine Oh TV with Monique Soltani as we get to the bottom of Northern Italy’s best sparkling wine region. The same region that makes some of the most sought after Italian brands in the world (... read more

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