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Good diet, exercise while pregnant could cut C-section risk
(HealthDay News) -- Eating a healthy diet and exercising during pregnancy isn't just good for the developing baby. A new analysis of 36 studies including a total of more than 12,500 women suggests these behaviors can also lower a mom-to-be's chances of ...
Risk of caesarean reduced by healthy diet and physical activity during pregnancy, study
Moderate exercise, diet may cut risk of c-sec: studyOutlook India
Diet, exercise link to caesarean needSBS

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How Your Diet Can Save the Planet
With America preparing to exit the Paris climate accord, mayors and governors are setting their own climate goals, protests are erupting, and social media is all atwitter. But the reality is that combating climate change is largely a matter of personal ...

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Minneapolis Star Tribune

Overweight Minnesotans are among those who are ditching the diet
Minneapolis Star Tribune
For years, the 38-year-old Minneapolis woman obsessed over her weight, cutting calories, pushing herself to run even though she hated it and depriving herself of certain foods — all in the name of good health. “Every time I would diet, I was trying to ...

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Valley News Live

Hybrid MIND Diet May Preserve Cognition, Cut Dementia Risk
LONDON – A hybrid diet that is aimed at preserving brain health may be key in maintaining cognition and reducing dementia risk, new research suggests. Encouraging findings from two studies of the MIND diet were presented here at the Alzheimer's ...
Mediterranean-style diet linked to lower risk of dementiaValley News Live
Mediterranean Diet May Lower Risk of Dementia - The Daily MealThe Daily Meal
Mediterranean style diet may prevent dementiaPress TV
NDTV Food -NDTV -Birmingham Mail -Atlanta Journal Constitution
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CBS News

Mediterranean-style diet linked to lower risk of dementia
CBS News
A heart-healthy diet also protects the blood vessels inside the brain, reducing the chances of micro-strokes or other health problems that could affect brain function, said Dr. Marc Gordon, chief of neurology at Zucker Hillside Hospital in Glen Oaks, N.Y..
Could the Mediterranean Diet Help Fight Dementia? Here's What We KnowFortune
Mediterranean diets may reduce the risk of dementia up to 35 ...Fox Business
A Mediterranean diet could help reduce your risk of developing dementiaAtlanta Journal Constitution

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CBS News

Not all plant-based diets are created equal when it comes to heart health
CBS News
For years, the mantra has been that eating lots of fruits, vegetables and grains will ward off heart disease, but a new study suggests that choosing the wrong ones may backfire. The study, of over 200,000 U.S. health professionals, found those who ate ...
Unhealthful plant-based diet can increase heart disease riskMedical News Today
Not all plant-based diets are created equalScience Daily
Some Vegetarian Diets May Actually Be Harming Your HealthHuffPost
Lifehacker Australia -NHS Choices -ZME Science
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Washington Post

Diet drinks are associated with weight gain, new research suggests
Washington Post
Over the past decade, Americans have soured on artificial sweeteners. Once heralded as sweet substitutes for sugar without as many belt-busting calories, people once couldn't get enough sucralose and aspartame. But recently, people have started looking ...
Diet fizzy drinks linked to weight gain, new research suggestsThe Independent
The diet soda is not better for the healthThe Sherbrooke Times
Nonnutritive sweeteners and cardiometabolic health: a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled ...Canadian Medical Association Journal

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8 Small Summer Diet Swaps that Add Up to Huge Health Payoffs
An author of "The Girlfriend Diet" and contributor to the New York Times bestseller "7 Years Younger," Samantha's approachable style has helped millions of people on their healthy eating journey. Jumbo Shrimp on top of Spiralized zucchini. Ronda ...

Robbie Williams on clean diet to combat sleep-eating
The Daily Star-Journal
Robbie Williams is on a strict clean-eating diet during the day because his rare sleep-eating disorder means he gets up in the middle of the night and scoffs "loads of sugar". The 'Candy' hitmaker revealed last year that he suffers with Nocturnal Sleep ...

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Is A Low-Carb Or Low-Fat Diet Better For Me? - Best Diets For ...
It's the staggering truth behind The Biggest Loser: On average, many of the contestants gained back most of the weight they lost on the show. Four were heavier ...

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