Does Avoiding the Sun Shorten Your Lifespan?
Not getting enough sunlight may be just as bad (or worse) as getting too much. Read on for strategies for striking a balance in how much sunlight you get.
Do High-Protein Diets Cause Kidney Disease and Cancer?
Recent research suggests that those who consume a high-protein diet are at higher risk for a range of chronic diseases and early death.
The Diet-Heart Myth: Why Everyone Should Know Their LDL Particle Number
There are a lot of misconceptions surrounding heart disease. One is that high cholesterol has a hand in causing it. Read on to discover the truth.
Raw Milk Reality: Is Raw Milk Dangerous?
Foodbourne illness is a serious issue. But is drinking raw unpasteurized raw milk the culprit?
Are You at Risk for Diabetes and Obesity?
Recent evidence suggests that the triad of genetic susceptibility, environmental triggers and a leaky gut contributes directly to type 2 diabetes and obesity.
Not All Fat People Get Diabetes, and Not All Diabetics Are Fat
Obesity doesn't always increase the risk of diabetes. Some types of obesity are especially dangerous, while others may be protective.
How to Increase Your Risk of Heart Disease
Dr. Steinberg's new recommendations for preventing heart disease are sure to have the opposite effect, in addition to causing developmental problems in children unlucky enough to be forced to adopt them.