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A diet rich in fruits and vegetables may lessen menopause symptoms

Higher Intake of Fruits, Vegetables Tied to Fewer Menopause Symptoms

Higher intake of citrus fruits especially tied to lower total menopause rating scale score
Moderate fish intake during pregnancy (one to three times per week) is associated with improvements in the subsequent metabolic health of children

Moderate Maternal Fish Intake May Aid Child Metabolic Health

But high maternal mercury exposure tied to unfavorable metabolic profile in children
Higher intake of foods like tofu with isoflavones is associated with a moderately lower risk for developing coronary heart disease

Plant-Based Proteins Can Help Cut Risk for Coronary Heart Disease

Association strongest among premenopausal women, postmenopausal women without hormone use
More than half of U.S. youth have poor diets

Many Children in the United States Still Have Poor Diets

More than half of children aged 6 to 11 years, 12 to 19 years estimated to have poor diet in 2015-2016
Use of the Fasting Algorithm for Singaporeans with Type 2 Diabetes facilitates safe intermittent fasting for patients with diabetes during Ramadan

Tool Aids Safe Fasting for T2DM Patients Observing Ramadan

Greater improvements in glycemic control seen for patients using fasting algorithm versus usual care
The number of cases in an Escherichia coli outbreak linked to clover sprouts has reached 39 in six states

E. Coli Outbreak Tied to Clover Sprouts Rises to 39 Cases in Six States

25 new cases Feb. 26; two people have been hospitalized
Greater financial worry and food insecurity are reported for younger adult cancer survivors

Young Cancer Survivors Have More Financial, Food Insecurity

Cancer survivors aged 18 to 39 have consistently higher 'very worried' levels about retirement, bills
Higher adherence to the 2015 to 2020 Dietary Guidelines for Americans (measured by the Healthy Eating Index-2015) is associated with lower risks for incident cardiovascular disease and mortality

National Dietary Guideline Adherence Lowers Cardiovascular Risk

2015 to 2020 Dietary Guidelines for Americans performed similar to other dietary indices
Higher intakes of dairy milk are associated with a greater risk for breast cancer

Dairy Milk Tied to Higher Breast Cancer Risk

Findings similar regardless of full-fat or reduced-fat milk consumption
Higher plant protein intake is associated with lower total mortality

Opting for Plant-Based Protein May Lower Mortality Risk

Replacing animal protein with plant protein tied to lower mortality, less cardiovascular disease