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Small increase, big reward

Thursday, September, 28th, 2017 HP Right Blog List

In new research from the Lifestyle Interventions and Independence for Elders (LIFE) study, HNRCA researcher Dr. Roger Fielding  and colleagues found that  people who are sedentary who added at least 48 minutes of physical activity to their weekly routines saw the greatest benefit to their physical function and biggest reduction in their disability risk. The… Read More

Eating for Healthy Eyes

Thursday, September, 28th, 2017 HP Right Blog List

“The most common form of AMD doesn’t really have a treatment right now—but this suggests that just changing to a healthier eating pattern could have a huge impact.”- Dr. Sheldon Rowan of the Nutrition and Vision Laboratory on his new findings  published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

A common food pigment may fight cancer

Thursday, January, 26th, 2017 HP Right Blog List

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.