In a novel lab environment using mini kidney structures, drugs blocked the swelling of tubes seen with polycystic kidney disease.
Recent U.S recommendations tell parents that foods containing added sugars are a no-no for infants and toddlers under 2.
As Halloween approaches, people stock up on candy for trick-or-treaters. But is there a kind of candy that is better for you than others?
UW researcher is trying to hold soda makers accountable for their products' contributions to disease.
A UK study found that children were, on average, consuming up to 8 teaspoons above the recommended daily allowance.
The figure is shocking: On average, a 10-year-old child has consumed 18 years' worth of sugar, based on recommended daily allowances.
With a little planning, UW Medicine nutritionist Judy Simon says, parents can avoid potential sugar-fueled meltdowns on Halloween.
It's fall, and it's time for a pumpkin spice latte, or some other wonderful concoction which entices the senses. But first, just how much sugar or fat is in that drink?
Consider making your fall indugence a weekly, instead of daily, treat, suggests a UW Medicine dietitian.
It's National Coffee Day on September 29, but before you order that pumpkin spice latte or another seasonal coffee drink, consider the ingredients.