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November 13, 2015
There are many causes for body odor. Learn about why you sweat, and what health conditions might lead to strong body odor.
Medically Reviewed by Dermatology
Categorized as: Living and Wellness
Tagged with: body odor, broccoli, diabetes, kidney disease, liver disease, micrococcus sedentarius, pitted keratolysis, sweat, trimethylaminuria
March 11, 2015
Along with cold temperatures and shorter days, winter often means a lack of energy and motivation for people. Learn how to fuel your body to stay active.
Categorized as: Sports Medicine
Tagged with: broccoli, chocolate, frozen vegetables, nutrition, sports nutrition; tips; energy
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January 24, 2015
WARNING! Your mood is about to take a nosedive! Discover how your daily diet can influence your mood and find foods that will help promote a healthy life.
Medically Reviewed by Sports Medicine
Categorized as: Nutrition
Tagged with: broccoli, caffeine, Leslie Bonci, mood, nutrition, protein, smart carbs, sports nutrition, UPMC Nutrition Services
September 13, 2014
Age-related vision problems are common, but the good news is they all have treatment options. Learn more about the risks associated with age and your eyes.
Categorized as: Eye Health
Tagged with: age-related macular degeneration, Andrew Eller, blueberries, broccoli, cataracts, eye disease, eye floaters, glaucoma, macular degeneration, Presbyopia, UPMC Eye Center
August 6, 2014
Vision changes throughout life, but can your diet prevent eye conditions? Read this article to discover which foods may have healthy benefits for eyes.
Medically Reviewed by Eye Center
Tagged with: berries, broccoli, carrots, cataracts, chronic eye conditions, cornea, eyesight, food groups, Joseph Martel, leafy greens, lens, macular degeneration, ocular health, omega-3 fatty acids, potatoes, retinal health, salmon, sardines, seafood, tuna, UPMC Eye Center, Vitamin A, Vitamin C
July 10, 2014
Discover how adding broccoli to your diet can relieve the body of toxins caused by air pollution. Learn how you can easily include broccoli in your meals.
Medically Reviewed by UPMC Hillman Cancer Center
Categorized as: Cancer Care, Nutrition
Tagged with: broccoli, cooking ideas, disease prevention, fiber, gardening, garlic, healthy eating, heart healthy, nutrition, organic, University of Pittsburgh, USDA, vegetables, Vitamin C, vitamin K