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 October 11, 2018 
 Nutrition 
 The latest nutrition news from News Medical 
 Shifting to a healthy diet could substantially reduce water footprintShifting to a healthy diet could substantially reduce water footprint
 
Shifting to a healthy diet is not only good for us, but it also saves a lot of precious fresh water, according to a new study by the JRC published in Nature Sustainability.
 
   Children born by cesarean more likely to develop food allergies, shows studyChildren born by cesarean more likely to develop food allergies, shows study
 
Children born by cesarean, or C-section, more often develop food allergies. The opposite applies to very preterm children.
 
   Pear-shaped body is healthier than apple shapePear-shaped body is healthier than apple shape
 
Whether we like it or not, everyone accumulates fat. For women, it usually accumulates around the hips, resulting in a pear-shaped look. In men, fat tends to build up around the abdomen, creating an apple shape.
 
 Back pain linked with mental health problems and risky behaviors in adolescents
 
Back pain linked with mental health problems and risky behaviors in adolescentsA new study in the Journal of Public Health indicates that adolescents who experience back pain more frequently are also more likely to smoke cigarettes, drink alcohol, and report problems like anxiety and depression.
 
 
 Current, intense physical activity associated with healthy metabolic profile in adolescents
 
Current, intense physical activity associated with healthy metabolic profile in adolescentsMore time spent intensely active, to a greater extent than less time spent sedentary, correlates with a healthier metabolic profile in adolescence, according to a study published this week in PLOS Medicine.
 
 
 Dietary fiber may delay memory loss, brain inflammation during old age
 
Dietary fiber may delay memory loss, brain inflammation during old ageAs mammals age, immune cells in the brain known as microglia become chronically inflamed. In this state, they produce chemicals known to impair cognitive and motor function.
 
 
 The Digital Health Platform That’s Tackling Chronic Health Conditions
 
The Digital Health Platform That’s Tackling Chronic Health ConditionsAn interview with Simon Pickup from Liva Healthcare about the Liva digital health platform and how it is changing the lives of patients with chronic diseases.
 
 
 Religious upbringing may be protective factor for health, well-being in early adulthood
 
Religious upbringing may be protective factor for health, well-being in early adulthoodParticipating in spiritual practices during childhood and adolescence may be a protective factor for a range of health and well-being outcomes in early adulthood, according to a new study from Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.
 
 
 Element3 Health reports social and mental engagement play key role in overall health
 
Element3 Health reports social and mental engagement play key role in overall healthDenver-based Element3 Health™ is coming out of stealth mode to address not one, but three critical interlocking determinants of good health - social engagement, mental stimulation and physical activity.
 
 
 Health care companies' data could enable more accurate flu season forecasts
 
Health care companies' data could enable more accurate flu season forecastsIn an era when for-profit companies collect a wealth of data about us, new research from The University of Texas at Austin shows that data collected by health care companies could -- if made available to researchers and public health agencies -- enable more accurate forecasts of when the next flu season will peak, how long it will last and how many people will get sick.
 
 
 Mediterranean-style diet appears to reduce stroke risk in women
 
Mediterranean-style diet appears to reduce stroke risk in womenOne of the largest and longest-running efforts to evaluate the potential benefits of the Mediterranean-style diet in lowering risk of stroke found that the diet may be especially protective in women over 40 regardless of menopausal status or hormone replacement therapy, according to new research in the American Heart Association's journal Stroke.
 
 
 Regular bedtime and wake time important for heart, metabolic health even among adults
 
Regular bedtime and wake time important for heart, metabolic health even among adultsSufficient sleep has been proven to help keep the body healthy and the mind sharp. But it's not just an issue of logging at least seven hours of Z's.