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Vitamin and mineral supplementation has little to no beneficial effect on preserving cognitive functioning or preventing dementia in cognitively healthy adults 40 years and older.
Jan 1, 2020 Issue
Antepartum Omega-3 Fatty Acid Intake and Length of Gestation [Cochrane for Clinicians]
Omega-3 fatty acids, whether taken as supplements or consumed as part of the diet, reduce the risk of preterm birth (number needed to treat = 68) and early preterm birth (number needed to treat = 55).
Vitamin D supplementation does not prevent cardiovascular events or cancer in mostly nondiabetic adults (men 50 years and older, women 55 years and older).
Is vitamin D more effective than placebo in preventing cognitive decline in African American women older than 65 years who have low serum vitamin D levels at baseline?
Mar 1, 2019 Issue
Hemorrhoids, Tremor, C. difficile Infection, Migraine, Vitamin D Screening [AFP Clinical Answers]
Key clinical questions and their evidence-based answers directly from the journal’s content, written by and for family physicians.
Child feeding interventions are effective in the short term (i.e., less than 12 months) for increasing a child's intake of fruits and vegetables, but only by less than 5% of the recommended daily allowance. Conversely, parental nutrition education and multicomponent interventions, such as combining ...
During toddlerhood, children acquire the motor skills needed to feed themselves and develop preferences that affect their food selections. Parents and caregivers are important models for healthy eating and activity and should provide healthy food options for toddlers to choose from. Find out what the recommendations are for healthy eating in toddlers.
Physicians can improve the health of patients who experience food insecurity by following the SEARCH (screen, educate, adjust, recognize, connect, help) mnemonic and by using the resources outlined in this article.
A man who lived a hermit lifestyle presented with an open eschar over the left medial malleolus.
Patients and physicians often have difficulty staying abreast of diet trends, many of which focus primarily on weight loss rather than nutrition and health. Find out which dietary approaches have proven benefits for cardiovascular disease, cancer, type 2 diabetes mellitus, and obesity.