RadioMD: Health News

RadioMD Health News

April 3, 20171 min
RadioMD News... I'm John ByrdA starling new study has found nearly half of all popular diet pills and sports supplements contain a type of amphetamine compound known to have serious health risks. Vague labelling regulations and manufacturers who stay one step ahead of the FDA have sharply raised concerns about the long-term affects of consuming such products.A new government study has declared that Americans trying to eat healthier may have the deck stacked against them. Fewer than half of packaged grocery store products met the FDA's requirements as "healthy food." The culprit? The salt content. Experts recommend choosing the lowest sodium options and consuming more fruits and vegetables.And... checking work e-mail after hours can be bad for your health. New studies have found the stress of always being "on the clock" can lead to psychological, gastrointestinal and cardiovascular problems. So unless you really can't, it's better to unplug and go "off the grid" after work. Your body and mind will thank you. A

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