Shara Rutberg

Vitamin D deficiency may cause early demise
Low levels of vitamin D can kill you, according to a new study, the first to suggest a causal relationship between a deficiency of the vitamin and death.
Research roundup says grains are good
A new review of research (funded by Weetabix) finds “overwhelming” evidence of the health benefits of a diet that includes whole grains, and no basis for the wheat-free movement for the majority of people.
Personalized probiotics for peachy private parts
Sweet Peach would use DNA printing technology to create personalized probiotics to alter intimate odor, among other things.
Trans fats may melt men’s memory
A new study linked trans fats with reduced memory in men 45 and under.
Walnuts may crack Alzheimer’s
More research says nutty brains are better
Prebiotics may help fight childhood obesity
Bugs before buffet cut intake (no, not crickets)
Pregnant women missing omega-3s
Eat salmon, supps, while spawning
Rooting for happiness
Roses are red, may fight the blues
Milk for your brain?
Got antioxidants?
Zinc deficiency may yield abundance of disease
Why there should be oysters on the Early Bird Special
Vitamin D may stymie prostate cancer
Small study, big hopes
Polyphenols protect jocks
Shave days off your (sick) time
Celiac sufferers’ newest friends: Hookworms?
Much grosser than cricket energy bars
Turmeric may help stroke, Alzheimer’s
New research finds that turmerone, a compound in turmeric, may be a powerful tool in fighting neurodegenerative disease.
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