Health Rewind: Is an HIV Vaccine Really in Our Future?

of 117Photo
  • Parents: Yelling and Cursing at Your Kids Harms Them
  • Mandela Leaves Hospital After Three Months
  • Eating Whole Fruits Linked to Lower Diabetes Risk
  • Hospitals in Black Neighborhoods Less Likely to Support Breastfeeding
  • School-Age Drinking Increases Breast Cancer Risk
  • Fewer Baby Boys Are Being Circumcised
  • Will a Natural Treatment Treat HPV in Black Women?
  • HIV Vaccine Successful in Clinical Trial
  • Women of Color More Likely to Underestimate Breast Cancer Risk
  • Michigan Approves Medicaid Expansion
  • Study: Chronic Illnesses Linked to Food Insecurity

Eating Whole Fruits Linked to Lower Diabetes Risk

Want to lower your risk of developing type-2 diabetes? Try eating more whole fruits, a new study suggests. Researchers from the Harvard School of Public Health found that just eating two servings a week could slash your risk by 23 percent, says the Huffington Post. Note: Drinking sugary fruit juice does not give the same results.

(Photo: Jasmina/Getty Images)

More Photo Galleries