Nutrition / Diet News From Medical News Today

How do you stop smelly farts?

Learn about different factors that can cause flatulence to produce a bad odor. We also look at tips for treating and preventing smelly farts.

Could eating more fish lower MS risk?

Diets rich in seafood and therefore omega-3 fatty acids bring many health benefits. A new study asks whether omega-3 can lower multiple sclerosis risk.

What to eat if you have multiple myeloma

Learn about specific nutrition strategies that can be used to treat common symptoms of multiple myeloma, such as kidney damage and anemia.

Why you should avoid sipping your drinks

Researchers reveal that how we consume dietary acids, such as fruit juices and soda, can have a significant impact on our risk of tooth erosion.

The 10 best apps to lower cholesterol

High cholesterol levels can result in severe health conditions such as heart disease. So, we have conducted some research and selected the best apps to help you lower your cholesterol.

Skip the guilt: Red wine could protect your oral health

If you're scared that your nightly glass of red wine will eventually cause your teeth to rot, that's a worry that you can dispel right now. A new study from Spain suggests that red wine compounds may actually do your oral health a world of good.

What is the average weight for women?

Find out what the average weights and obesity rates are for women around the world. We also look at how weight can be measured and controlled.

How can I lower my insulin levels?

In this article, we look at nine ways to lower high insulin levels. This can be achieved through diet, lifestyle changes, supplements, and medication.

Do sad children overeat?

Many adults overeat when they feel low, and some binge when they are elated. A new study investigates whether children do the same.

Drinking soda daily may harm your fertility

Researchers have uncovered a link between conception and soda: drinking it daily could harm your chances of becoming pregnant. This goes for men and women.

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