Fairfield County Edition

Archive of: Health Brief and NAPC

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A Spicy Approach to Diabetes Prevention

A Spicy Approach to Diabetes Prevention

Scientists have discovered a link between the spice Turmeric and Type 2 diabetes prevention.

January 2009
Season and Sniff to Shed Pounds

Season and Sniff to Shed Pounds

Research suggests that seasoning our food, taking a sniff before biting and then chewing well can help people to lose unwanted pounds.

January 2009
Why Three Meals a Day Works

Why Three Meals a Day Works

Two studies have examined the effects that skipping meals might have on key health outcomes.

January 2009
The Green Healer

The Green Healer

Broccoli has now been found to reverse damage done to heart vessels as a result of diabetes.

December 2008
Clean Food for Kids

Clean Food for Kids

Clean food could be the answer to helping hyperactive children.

December 2008
Nuts Over Pistachios

Nuts Over Pistachios

Pistachio are a valuable addition to any healthy diet aimed at reducing the risks of cardiovascular disease.

December 2008
Aerobics Boosts Body and Mind

Aerobics Boosts Body and Mind

Studies have found that regular aerobic exercise has a positive impact in staying mentally sharp.

November 2008
Staving Off Alzheimer’s

Staving Off Alzheimer’s

Here's a list of the most promising foods to build better memory, prevent memory loss and influence brain health.

November 2008
Think Organics are Expensive?

Think Organics are Expensive?

Relatively speaking, organic foods are often cheaper than other, less healthful, consumer goods.

November 2008
Artichoke Power

Artichoke Power

Research suggests that a natural supplement of artichoke leaf extract can lower cholesterol.

November 2008
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