@slashgear.com 6 months ago
Sugar linked to early death, but not for the reason you think
@slashgear.com 7 months ago
Plant-based diets may change gut bacteria to protect heart health
@slashgear.com 8 months ago
High-protein diet study has bad news for heart patients
@slashgear.com 10 months ago
Olive oil superfood may protect the brain from age-related dementia
@slashgear.com 11 months ago
Eating diet high in fiber and yogurt may slash deadly cancer risk
@slashgear.com 11 months ago
High-salt diets can trigger major brain change linked to dementia
@slashgear.com 11 months ago
Study details diet that fuels anti-inflammatory gut bacteria
@engadget.com 1 year ago
Instagram will restrict posts on cosmetic surgery and diet products
@slashgear.com 1 year ago
Healthy foods, not diet type, may be key to cutting heart disease risk
@slashgear.com 1 year ago
Walnuts may lower blood pressure, but only with this diet tweak
@slashgear.com 1 year ago
These vitamins may lower death risk, but only if you get them from food
@slashgear.com 1 year ago
Omega-3 may improve asthma in kids, but omega-6 could make it worse
@xconomy.com 1 year ago
Xealth Gets $11M, Aims to Be Surescripts of Digital Health Services
@engadget.com 1 year ago
Don’t trust the internet on vitamin D
@techcrunch.com 3 years ago
Sami Inkinen on his bold plan to cure type 2 diabetes forever
@WIRED 3 years ago
Just as Snapchat and Instagram and YouTube have influencers, so too does medicine.
@WIRED 3 years ago
Just as Snapchat and Instagram and YouTube have influencers, so too does medicine.
@techcrunch.com 4 years ago
How the microbiome will lead a revolution in the consumerization of personalized medicine and diet
@theverge.com 4 years ago
New research confirms thriving gut bacteria is linked to a healthier body
@thenextweb.com 4 years ago
London startup ‘Babylon’ thinks its AI doctor could predict your future health
@theverge.com 4 years ago
British Medical Journal doubles down on errors with 'clarification' to pro-fat article
@theverge.com 5 years ago
US diet committee calls criticism 'woefully inadequate and factually incorrect'