Depression linked to nutrition in middle-aged and older Canadians … More adult Americans having trouble falling, staying asleep … Will ‘smart toilets’ become the next health monitor?
Millions of people with diabetes or kidney disease are eligible for nutrition counseling, but few make use of it, according to a new report by KHN.
Results of a large new study tie frailty to low vitamin and antioxidant levels, suggesting a possible route to early intervention.
Men whose diet contained more choline had a 28% lower risk of dementia than those with a low intake of the nutrient, Finnish investigators have found.
Elderly patients face many challenges during their cancer care, and one of the biggest is maintaining good nutritional status.
I was amazed how I lost 10 pounds while being in the hospital. I made a joke with a friend of mine who is a dietician about the “hospital diet.” She became very serious and stated, “You know we do more harm than good to our patients by the lack of attention to malnourishment.” In looking to the research, she is correct.