ChatGPT for Nutrition: AI Chatbots Can Provide Reliable Nutrition Information, Study Finds

A recent study in JAMA Network Open indicates that ChatGPT AI chatbots, such as ChatGPT-3.5 and ChatGPT-4, can accurately estimate calorie and macronutrient content in foods. While not suitable... Read more »

Emerging COVID variant JN1 is spreading ahead of the holidays. Are you still protected?

For a third season, COVID-19 cases are rising ahead of the holidays, this time with a more recent Covid variant JN1 driving infections. The Centers for Disease Control and... Read more »

What Are the Benefits of Adding Milk to Tea?

Tea (Camellia sinensis) is a sub-tropical, evergreen plant native to Asia. Drinking tea is prepared by adding tea leaves to hot water and is generally consumed with or without... Read more »

Half of the World’s Young People Can Potentially Lose Hearing: Study Shows

The study found that as many as 1 in 4 people ages 12-34 are exposed to dangerous noise levels via 'personal listening devices.' Read more »

Clinical test to predict effectiveness of antidepressants available next year

Two companies have jointly worked on a clinical depression support tool that predicts the effectiveness of anti-depression medications. Read more »

Bivalent COVID-19 booster elicits a stronger response than the original vaccine, Pfizer says

Pfizer and BioNTech said Friday that their bivalent COVID-19 booster, which targets the original strain of SARS-CoV-2 and the omicron BA.4 and BA.5 sublineages, elicits stronger immune responses than... Read more »

What is a wellness coach?

You know what you should do for good health. Get enough quality sleep most nights. Cook nutritious, satisfying meals at home, most evenings. Make time for sweating, meditating, and... Read more »

Intuitive eating: How to make it work for you (and your clients)

Reviewed by: Pam Ruhland, PN2, Certified Intuitive Eating Lay Facilitator What is it? | Principles | Weight loss | Mindful eating | Advice for coaches Many people think they... Read more »

Diet, disease, and the microbiome

There is growing interest in the human body’s microbiome and its connection to chronic disease. A new study examines that connection, along with how the foods we eat influence... Read more »

Want healthy eyes? What to know at 40 and beyond

Did the print on that label suddenly shrink? If you’re in your 40s or beyond, you may have asked yourself that question as you struggled to read something that... Read more »