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April 2014

Habitual Caffeine Consumption Does Not Increase Risk of Atrial Fibrillation


We’re Eating Better, Regardless of Economy

Quinoa OK for Celiac Patients

What You Need to Know About Vitamin E and Alzheimer’s

New Reasons to Make Sure You’re Getting Enough B12

May 2014

Added Sugars Add to Your Heart Risk

Diets Rich in Magnesium Associated with Slower Progression to Diabetes

Evaluating Alternatives Against Alzheimer’s and Dementia

Take a Hike to Lower Your Risk of Stroke

June 2014

Does New Study Mean “Butter Is Back”?

Glucosamine Fails to Help Arthritic Knees

Calcium and Vitamin D May Benefit Cholesterol as Well as Bones,_serum.98418.aspx

Protein Plus Exercise Equals Less Muscle Loss with Aging

July 2014

New Evidence Links Fruit and Vegetable Consumption to Longevity Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, online first

Green Tea May Enhance Working Memory Psychopharmacology, March 19, 2014

August 2014

Aerobic Activity Helps Build Bigger Brains

Milk May Slow Arthritis Progression

Rethinking BMI for Older Adults

Daily Serving of Beans, Lentils or Dried Peas Linked to Lower LDL Cholesterol