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The US wants to ban Juul. Where is Canada on regulating e-cigarettes?

Earlier this week, regulators in the United States ordered Juul to pull its vaping products from the market, dealing a major blow to one of the most powerful players in the industry. The company is appealing the decision by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA), asking a federal court to block a government order …

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Following a Mediterranean Diet Could Reduce Alzheimer’s and Diabetes by up to 50 Percent

Did you know that the chances of developing cognitive dysfunction and Alzheimer’s increases when an individual’s insulin levels decline? The similarities between diabetes and Alzheimer’s are so great that many researchers have been referring to Alzheimer’s as type 3 diabetes. A recent study found that type 1 diabetics were 83% more likely to develop dementia …

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Using Vitamin Supplements to Avoid Heart Disease, Cancer Are ‘Wasting Money’ for Most

New medical guidance notes market booms as Americans seek good health in pills. After years of study and growth of a multibillion-dollar industry, there’s still no conclusive proof vitamin supplements are helping patients dodge heart disease and cancer. The US Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF), an independent panel of national experts, updated its recommendation on …

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Nieman: The Toronto study provides useful data on vegetarian diets for young children

Breadcrumb Trail Links Family & Child A new study provides more detailed data on the impact of a vegetarian diet on young children. Getty Image. Photo by vaaseenaa /Getty Images / iStockphoto Article content Surveys such as the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey provide helpful information about eating habits in North America. According to …

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5 Best Vegetables for Weight Loss, Say Dietitians – Eat This Not That

You can’t go wrong with eating veggies. In fact, according to the Harvard School of Public Healtha diet that contains plenty of vegetables on a regular basis can help you prevent heart disease, manage blood pressure, improve your digestive health, and help you manage your blood sugar levels. Along with these health benefits, vegetables can …

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Health department announces May retail food inspections

The Jackson County Health Department retail food establishment inspections for May 2022 were recently released. Critical violations are defined as a provision of the Retail Food Establishment Sanitation Requirements, Title 410 IAC 7-24, that, if in noncompliance, is more likely than other violations to significantly contribute to food contamination, illness or environmental health hazard. Example: …

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‘Healthy Coke’ Is Trending on TikTok But Is it Good for You?

Share on PinterestHere’s what health experts say you should consider before trying a glass of the new soft drink that’s been going viral on social media platforms. Alejandro Moreno de Carlos / Stocksy If you spend any time on TikTok, you’ve probably seen the latest trend going viral on the popular social media platform: a …

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Study: A Healthier Plant-Based Diet Lowers Breast Cancer Risk 14%

Research presented at the American Society for Nutrition is giving us yet another reason to pile our plates high with vegetables and fruits and skip the packaged food as well as animal products. A plant-based or plant-centric diet with high levels of fruits and vegetables can significantly lower the risk of breast cancer in postmenopausal …

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Remote NT food prices skyrocket, worries for health of communities

Residents of a remote community in the Northern Territory are paying as much as $ 74 for a jar of coffee and the price of fresh milk has reached an all-time high of more than $ 8 for two liters. Key points: Increases in fuel and freight costs are significantly impacting remote communities In one …

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