FDA revamped foods program to bypass ‘ongoing disruptions’

The head of the Food and Drug Administration on Tuesday announced an overhaul of the agency’s food safety and nutrition division, vowing that the new structure will better protect consumers and the American food supply. FDA Commissioner Dr. Robert Calif said he would create a new human foods program led by a deputy commissioner who … Read more

A healthy lifestyle — especially a nutritious diet — appears to slow memory decline in older adults

Marcus Aurelius on Pexels A 10-year study of Chinese adults over the age of 60 showed that a healthy lifestyle, particularly a nutritious diet, is associated with slowing memory decline in the elderly. Published in The BMJ, the major new research shows that the benefits of healthy living are seen even in those who have … Read more

Are collagen supplements worth taking?

Collagen is perhaps the most common protein in the animal world. It is only responsible for about four percent of our body weight. If we joined together all the collagen fibers in our bodies, it would reach a length of about one hundred trillion (1014) meters—a distance so great that if we attempted to cross … Read more

Daily habits for a flat stomach are very easy

This year, you may have one fitness goal in mind: adding daily habits for a flat stomach to your routine. trim your waist And getting in shape is a necessary step to take to improve your overall health. to me Johns Hopkins MedicineA large belly is associated with an increased risk of diabetes, heart disease … Read more

New York bans cosmetics containing deadly mercury amid health concerns

New York bans cosmetics containing mercury, becoming the third country to do so. The new lawThe drug, signed by Gov. Cathy Hochul in December, will go into effect June 1 and will ban the sale of any beauty goods containing the potentially dangerous neurotoxin. It was Mercury associated with a number of debilitating and harmful … Read more