Nutrition

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Science

Can Beef Be ‘Low Carbon’? The USDA Thinks So

ByGeorgina Gustin and Undark

The agency rubber-stamped Tyson’s beef as “climate friendly,” but no one has seen the data behind the company’s claim.

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Health

Why It Makes No Sense To Take Nutrition Advice From A Centenarian

ByBradley Elliott and The Conversation

“What did you do to live this long?” should only be a polite question.

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Health

The Truth About Your Health And “Hard Water”

BySarah Blank, Timothy Ellis and The Conversation

The soft water trend is based in some science.

Science

Can Beef Be ‘Low Carbon’? The USDA Thinks So

ByGeorgina Gustin and Undark

The agency rubber-stamped Tyson’s beef as “climate friendly,” but no one has seen the data behind the company’s claim.

Health

Why It Makes No Sense To Take Nutrition Advice From A Centenarian

ByBradley Elliott and The Conversation

“What did you do to live this long?” should only be a polite question.

Health

The Truth About Your Health And “Hard Water”

BySarah Blank, Timothy Ellis and The Conversation

The soft water trend is based in some science.

Health

The Ultraprocessed Food Hype Is Masking This Other Major Health Predictor, 30 Years of Data Reveal

ByGary Sacks, Kathryn Backholer, Kathryn Bradbury, Sally Mackay and The Conversation

Much of the recent evidence related to ultra-processed foods tell us what we already knew.

Health

How Many More Ozempic-like Drugs Are In the Pipeline — Here’s What Researchers Are Working On

ByKnowable Magazine and Matías A. Loewy

The new class of medications is changing the way scientists think about obesity.

Health

3 Myths About Common Supplements To Know Before You Swallow

ByKatie Suleta and The Conversation

These three mistaken assumptions appear over and over in supplement marketing.

Health

A Biologist Explains How Aging Changes Your Gut Bacteria

ByNarveen Jandu and The Conversation

Let’s take a closer look at the gut microbiome and how it changes with age.

Health

The Truth About Honey And Hay Fever

BySamuel J. White, Philippe B. Wilson and The Conversation

Is this age-old remedy actually backed by science?

Health

Should You Drink a Shot of Olive Oil Every Day? Here's What a Nutritionist Does

ByHazel Flight and The Conversation

Celebrities and influencers are sold on liquid gold, but what about the rest of us?

Health

Scientists Are Tantalizingly Close To Identifying The Gut Bacteria Linked To Stress

ByAndrea Merchak and The Conversation

Your gut microbiome contains trillions of a diverse range of bacteria, fungi, and viruses.