A new study adds nuance – rather than contradictions – to conventional wisdom on protein intake patterns for maximal anabolic response
There is a common belief that low-to-moderate consumption of alcohol has unique health benefits. What does the evidence show?
MDMA for PTSD, the HALL aging database, peanut immunotherapy, blood pressure cuff sizes and accuracy, and the effects of swearing on strength
When it comes to nutrition research, neither observational nor interventional studies have been able to tell the full story. A report by the Nutrition for Dementia Prevention Working Group offers ideas for improving both.
Sugar substitutes offer sweet taste with minimal calories, yet they remain controversial. How well do they solve the problems associated with traditional sugar, and where do they fall short?
Aging weakens the regulatory systems for maintaining water balance, necessitating more conscious oversight of fluid intake to prevent dehydration.