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Diets rich in fruits and vegetables have been linked to a lower risk of lung cancer. A new study from our Nutrition & Cancer Biology found that a red pigment in red peppers and oranges could be one reason.
Our work fosters better understanding of the aging process and identifies the best nutrition, physical activity and healthy living choices that encourage vitality.
New research published in the Journal of Nutrition finds that regular intake of sugary beverages, but not diet soda, is associated with prediabetes.
New findings from the Cardiovascular Nutrition Lab question the reliability of glycemic index values. Read more
Nutrition scientists are committed to practicing what they preach: to eat healthy. However, many of them don’t have one of the key ingredients usually required for preparing healthy food from scratch.
What ingredient is that? The answer is TIME. Generally speaking, cooking healthy requires conscious planning, preparation, and time! Finding creative and imaginative ways … » read
Watch a Tufts webinar given by Jimmy Crott, a scientist in our Vitamins and Carcinogenesis Lab.
Study shows that improving muscle power—rather than strength—helps alleviate pain for osteoarthritis sufferers
What some HNRCA researchers have to say about the new concept of paternal influence in health
The updated icon emphasizes the nutritional needs of older adults in a framework of the 2015-2020 Dietary Guidelines for Americans from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and the U.S. Department of Agriculture.