Sarah Jessica Parker's New Wine Delivers a Surprise

© Provided by Eat This, Not That!

If you’re a Sauvignon blanc fan, you probably expect bright, slightly dry, even tart notes when you take a sip. However, we all know that Sarah Jessica Parker—who’s now an award-winning winemaker—is also a bold taste-maker. As she launches the brand-new vintage of her coveted white wine, her co-founders have introduced a flavor that may surprise some Sauvi B-loving palates. SJP tells Eat This, Not That! exclusively why she’s so excited to debut this blend right now.

At a world wine event earlier this year, Invivo X, SJP (the name of Sarah Jessica Parker’s wine brand), won three major awards for their 2020 Sauvignon blanc and rosé. Now, the actor has teamed up with her New Zealand vineyard partners (albeit virtually, given COVID-19 travel cautions), to put the final touches on an anticipated new 2021 varietal.

RELATED: 100 Unhealthiest Foods On the Planet

With the above video, the team shared a final tasting sesh of the 2021 Sauvignon blanc. Of the flavor sensations you see SJP experiencing here, Invivo co-founder Rob Cameron says: “Every time we blend the new vintage of Sauvignon Blanc, Sarah Jessica continues to push the style and her blending skills are really evolving.

Cameron explains that this year’s wine contains something perhaps unexpected: The Sauvignon blanc “has a touch of oak introduced to it—given Sarah Jessica’s love for Chardonnay.” Cameron says this gives the wine “a lovely, soft, full-bodied palate” which is “still representative of Sauvignon blanc with its tropical fruit aromas and a nice interplay of fruit and acid, but with Sarah Jessica’s unique handprint on it.”

Sarah Jessica Parker tells Eat This, Not That!: “We are delighted to bring our third Sauvignon blanc to our fans just in time for the fall and holidays.” She also offered up some fun serving ideas: “This year’s blend . . . pairs especially nicely with holiday favorites like cheese before a big Thanksgiving meal or classic dishes like lamb chops and casseroles.”

No word just yet on how soon you might get to sip Invivo X, SJP while watching the Sex and the City reboot And Just Like That… For now, a rep tells us the official premiere date still hasn’t been announced.

While we wait, here’s another reason to support Invivo X, SJP: Not only has the wine won 13 gold awards since launching in 2019, but proceeds from the sales through InvivoXSJP.com are donated each month to provide 27,500 meals to school children worldwide through FEED’s on-the-ground giving partners.

Sign up for the Eat This, Not That! newsletter for more in celeb food news.

Keep dishing:

Pioneer Woman Ree Drummond Reveals the One Snack She Banished to Help Her Lose 60 Pounds

3 Major Secrets to Living to 99, According to Betty White

Kate Hudson Reveals Her Exact Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, and Workout Plan to Stay Fit

One Major Effect Vitamin D Has On Your Gut, Study Says

Read the original article on Eat This, Not That!

25 Best Weight Loss Tips Straight From Doctors

Losing weight may seem like an impossible task, especially with the rise of many fad diets. But according to numerous doctors, losing weight doesn’t have to be so complicated. That’s why we spoke to a few notable MD experts about doctor-approved weight loss tips that will help you shed the pounds—for good!These 25 nuggets of wisdom are small changes you can make in your everyday life that can help you lose weight. As always, make sure to talk to your physician about their weight loss tips for you and the next best steps. And to make sure you’re staying on track with your health goals, make sure you’re not drinking any of 108 Most Popular Sodas Ranked By How Toxic They Are.Read the original article on Eat This, Not That!

1. Drink more water

“The first tip I usually recommend to anyone whether it’s patients or people I come across is to increase your water intake,” says Dr. Cedrina Calder, M.D.. “The vast majority of people do not get adequate water intake throughout the day. So drinking more water helps because that has been shown to increase your metabolism, and it will also help to give off extra water weight that you may be carrying around, too. And just in general it keeps you hydrated. It’s needed for all different processes that your body does.”Want to make sure you’re getting your H2O fix the right way? Here are 16 Ways You’re Drinking Water Wrong.

2. Eliminate sugar-sweetened beverages

Dr. Calder said to keep a close eye on beverages that are high in sugar, like juice and soda. “Even some of the beverages that have been pushed on us as being ‘healthy,’ a lot of times are packed with extra sugars,” says Dr. Calder.Just how bad is soda for your overall health? Check out 40 Side Effects of Drinking Too Much Soda.

3. Drink less alcohol

Yes, it’s nice to enjoy a glass of vino, and wine can even be beneficial for your health. But drinking the whole bottle in a sitting may not be the best option, according to these doctors’ weight loss tips.”[When] drinking alcohol, people sometimes don’t realize how many calories that can pack,” says Dr. Calder. “Like mixed drinks, when you’re adding juices and sodas and things like that with the alcohol, that’s also empty calories that you’re consuming.”And FYI, this is What Happens to Your Body When You Drink Alcohol During the Day.

4. Monitor portion sizes

It may seem tedious, but counting out your portion sizes will make a huge difference when it comes to weight loss. “I think a lot of people are eating larger portions than they realize, so if you’re eating huge portions at a time, you’re obviously going to be taking in more calories than if you were eating smaller portion-sized meals,” says Dr. Calder.

5. Cook at home

Yes, you really can make healthier recipes right at home. Even if ordering out may seem more convenient, you’ll be able to see the difference in the scale if you start to cook your meals.”When making food at home, you can control what’s in it when you’re cooking it,” says Dr. Calder. “So rather than eating out all the time, a lot of foods that are offered in restaurants are packed with calories and packed with a lot of ingredients that may not be as healthy.”Need some healthy (and easy!) dinner inspiration? Be sure to sign up for our newsletter to get daily recipes and food news in your inbox!

6. Prep your food for the day

Hopping on the meal prep train will be extremely helpful for your weight-loss goals.”If you have food with you, if you are prepared before you go to work for the day and you have a few meals packed with you, you don’t have to worry about being tempted to eat snacks and other things,” says Dr. Calder. By packing your lunch and snacks, you’ll be prepared for when hunger strikes, instead of rushing to the closest fast-food restaurant or grabbing an office donut or vending machine snack.

7. Increase your protein intake

“Protein helps you feel fuller longer and helps to increase your metabolism as well,” says Dr. Calder. She recommends lean proteins like lean cuts of meat and steak, fish or other seafood, turkey, chicken, and leaner ground beef. For vegetarians, you can find healthy protein sources in foods like tofu or different soy products. Dr. Calder also recommends whey protein in a protein shake, which will help curb your hunger for a few hours. Just make sure to not buy anything with extra sugars, she says. Plain whey protein powder works well, too.Want to know exactly how to add more protein to your favorite breakfast treats? Here’s How to Make Protein Pancakes, Muffins, and Waffles.

8. Eat more vegetables and fruits

Dr. Calder recommends increasing the number of vegetables and fruits you eat. She says that green, leafy vegetables are packed with nutrients while still being low in calories. When you’re eating fruit, stick with more moderate amounts because fruits can still have a lot of sugar in them. Eating more fruits and vegetables is a good way to help you feel full from eating low-calorie foods.

9. Eat less starches

“I think the average American diet is very high in starches,” says Dr. Calder. This can spell bad news for the scale if you’re trying to lose weight. If you’re not that active and you eat a lot of starches, your body won’t use that energy it’s taking in, so it’s just going to be stored as fat and you’re going to gain weight.”If you’re trying to lose weight, try decreasing the number of starches you’re eating,” says Dr. Calder. “Not eliminating them, I’m not necessarily saying you should go keto. Decrease your amount of starches, and focus on eating more whole grain sources of carbs.” She recommends reducing the refined carbs from your diet and eating more whole grains instead because most have more fiber and nutrients in them.

10. Get physically active

“Not only should you modify your diet, but you need to increase your amount of physical activity,” says Dr. Calder. “If you’re not doing anything, you want to slowly increase your physical activity for a period of time and aim for the recommended amount of 150 minutes of physical activity per week. People say that in order to do physical activity, you have to have a gym membership, and that’s not true. You can do physical activity by doing household chores, mowing your lawn, watering, cleaning around the house, taking a walk. Any type of movement is physical activity. It doesn’t have to be going to a gym and getting on a machine.”Get started with one of these 25 Easy Exercises That Boost Your Health Fast.

11. Start resistance training

“With increased muscle mass, you’ll have a higher metabolism,” says Dr. Calder. “That will help you burn off more calories. And as you age it’s protective, because it helps to decrease your risk of injuries [and] your risk of falls. You’ll have better balance and be stronger, decreasing your risk of fractures because you’re at a lower risk of falling as well.”

12. Get adequate sleep

“Your body needs to be fully rested,” says Dr. Calder. “You want to aim for 7 to 9 hours a night, but you want to make sure it’s restful sleep, it’s good quality. Not where you’re just waking up every hour, that’s not good sleep that will be helpful. So you want to create an environment where you’re able to get good quality sleep.” She also mentions that a lack of sleep can increase cortisol levels and contribute to weight gain.

13. Focus on mindful eating

“Really [think] about the food that you’re eating,” says Dr. Calder. “Eat it slowly, savor it. Not in front of a TV or playing on your phone or on the computer. Those things kind of take your mind off of the fact that you’re eating, and you’ll end up eating more than you would if you were just taking time to eat and eat only. Practicing mindful eating will help decrease the amount of food you’re consuming. And obviously, less food, less calories, and that will help with weight loss as well.”

14. Try wheatgrass shots

Adding a shot of wheatgrass to your daily routine can have incredible benefits. According to Dr. Daryl Gioffre, celebrity nutrition expert and founder of Alkamind, wheatgrass is one of the most powerful foods on the planet and one of the most effective ways to detox and build your blood.”It has a very high alkaline effect on the body,” says Dr. Gioffre. “One of the ingredients with major benefit in wheatgrass is chlorophyll, which has the ability to draw toxins from the body like a magnet. The reason why chlorophyll is so powerful is it’s basically the same molecular shape as your hemoglobin molecule (red blood cells), except for the center atom, where blood is iron and chlorophyll is magnesium.”While Dr. Gioffre recommends a two-ounce shot at least once a day, you shouldn’t drink it like a tequila shot. Instead, he suggests taking a sip, swishing it in your mouth for 30 seconds, and then swallowing. Do that again and one more time until the entire shot is gone. You can even use some cinnamon as a chaser!

15. Stock up on Greek yogurt

“Greek yogurt is great for palatability, satiation, and protein content,” says Gerard Mullin, M.D., author of The Inside Tract: Your Good Gut Guide to Great Digestive Health. “Yogurt is also great for feeding the good bugs that live in your intestine, which improves the health of your microbiome, the community of microorganisms that live in your body. More and more research is pointing to probiotics as an effective treatment for weight management and obesity. It’s amazing that feeding the good bugs actually helps people lose weight. Organic, grass-fed yogurt is best because you are getting a better omega fatty acid profile. When animals are fed corn, they produce dairy with more omega-6s, but grass-fed animals produce dairy with more healthy omega-3s.”And so you know which yogurts to seek out and which to avoid when you’re shopping, here are The 20 Best and Worst Greek Yogurts, According to Nutritionists.

16. Cut back on caffeine

“I try to avoid excessive caffeine,” says Dr. Mamta M. Mamik, MD. “An adult can safely consume up to 400 milligrams of caffeine a day, which is equivalent to four 8-ounce cups of coffee. But drinking any more than that can cause calcium excretion, which, over time, may lead to osteoporosis. Avoiding excess caffeine also helps to ward off uncomfortable withdrawal symptoms like lethargy, insomnia, headaches, and irritability.”

17. Eat more dark, leafy greens

“For me, the best food is dark greens, such as arugula, spinach, and lettuce,” says Donald D. Hensrud, M.D, M.P.H., chair of the Division of Preventive, Occupational, and Aerospace Medicine at the Mayo Clinic College of Medicine and author of The New Mayo Clinic Cookbook. “They are very low in calories, very high in nutrients, and can be prepared in a variety of ways that taste great—many different types of salads, pasta dishes, lasagna, sandwiches, pesto, soups, or even a spinach pie! There’s no downside.”

18. Add chickpeas to your diet

“Chickpeas are, of course, a nutritional powerhouse, like most legumes. They are a good protein source, and I especially like turning to chickpeas for protein so I don’t need to eat meat,” says David L. Katz, M.D., M.P.H., F.A.C.P.M., F.A.C.P., founding director of the Yale University Prevention Research Center and author of Disease-Proof. “They have figured in the human diet since the very dawn of civilization, so they are a nice connection to our ancestral roots. And they figure as well in some of my favorite cuisines from the Middle East. I love good hummus!”

19. Eat more eggs

“[Eggs] have lots of high-quality protein, especially tryptophan,” says Robert Lustig, M.D., M.S.L., Professor Emeritus of Pediatrics, Division of Endocrinology at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF). “Protein is satiating, and also you spend more energy converting it to a metabolite that can be burned, which aids in weight management. Eggs got a bad rap in the 1980s because of the cholesterol in the yolk. But it does not raise the small dense LDL, which is the atherogenic particle [the one that forms plaques in your arteries]. Eggs are great by themselves, with many different ways of preparation, or they can be added to foods easily.”

20. Feel fuller with avocados

“I swear by avocados!” says Taz Bhatia, M.D., Founder of CentreSpringMD and author of The 21-Day Belly Fix. “The heart-healthy unsaturated fat in a delicious serving of avocado helps me stay full, which keeps me from snacking too much. Avocados are packed with vitamins C, K, and B6, and they contain pre- and probiotics, keeping my gut healthy.” And for more about the magic that you get from an avocado, check out Here’s What Happens to Your Body When You Eat an Avocado.

21. Add more nuts (or nut butters) to your diet

“The one kind of food that most helps me live healthfully is nuts, and for me, any nut will do,” says Yoni Freedhoff, M.D., medical director of the Bariatric Medical Institute at the University of Ottawa, author of The Diet Fix: Why Diets Fail and How to Make Yours Work. “Study after study suggests that their inclusion in [a] diet helps prevent many chronic diseases. They are full of protein and healthy fats that leave me feeling fuller longer, which in turn helps me all day long with dietary restraint. One trick I like to do is buy a cheap 1/4-cup measuring cup to store with my container of nuts. Nuts are quite energy-dense, with each 1/4 cup of whole nuts coming in at around 200 calories.”Dr. Calder also recommends nuts as a snack, but in the form of nut butter. “Even spreading some peanut butter on some whole-grain bread will help make you feel fuller,” she says. “The fat in the peanut butter, fat in general, helps to curb your hunger a little bit. You can snack on healthier things like nuts and seeds. Those are great sources of fat.”

22. Avoid added sugar

“I try to avoid foods that contain trans fats, corn syrup, and added sugars,” says Eugenia Gianos, MD, cardiologist, Co-Clinical Director, Center for the Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease at NYU Langone Medical Center. “Often listed as hydrogenated or partially hydrogenated oils, synthetically engineered trans-fats increase your bad (LDL) cholesterol levels and decrease your good (HDL) cholesterol levels, upping your risk of heart attack and stroke.”And for more ways to dial back on added sugars, see the 15 Best No-Added-Sugar Snacks.

23. Know your deli meat ingredients

“For those who eat meat, processed varieties are a bad choice,” says Dr. Katz. “While the link between meat and chronic disease is fairly tenuous, the connection between salt-, sugar-, and chemical-laden processed meats and chronic disease risk is strong and consistent. If you eat meat, it should be pure, like you want your own muscles to be. If you eat the highly processed, adulterated meats, they may pay it forward to the meat on your own bones.”

24. Watch out for granola or

“As a plastic surgeon, I’m always thinking about my figure,” says New York City-based physician Lara Devgan, MD. “To that end, I never eat energy bars or granola bars. Although they can be tasty, for the amount of calorie-dense carbs and fat they contain, you might as well eat a candy bar. Many of these bars are packed with simple sugars, and they aren’t quite filling enough to substitute for a meal or snack.”

25. Choose when to have your

“There isn’t a food I avoid entirely. One cheeseburger never killed anybody unless they choked on it,” says Blase Carabello, MD, Professor and Chief, Division of Cardiology at East Carolina University Brody School of Medicine. “However, I do limit myself to one per month since the dish is high in heart disease-causing saturated fat and served in a processed bun made with refined carbohydrates.” Even though an occasional cheat meal is one of the many doctor-approved weight loss tips, make sure to arm yourself with some cheat meal strategies before diving into that burger.And for even more ways to drop those unwanted pounds, check out these 200 Best Weight Loss Tips.

Internet Explorer Channel Network
News Related

OTHER NEWS

How States Could Reach Herd Immunity As Delta Variant Continues To Dominate

Cautious optimism has been voiced from some states that they may be approaching herd immunity against COVID. © Pablo Monsalve/VIEW press / Getty People cross a road in New York ... Read more »

Biogen inc (BIIB) Q3 2021 Earnings Call Transcript

© Provided by The Motley Fool Biogen inc (BIIB) Q3 2021 Earnings Call Transcript © The Motley Fool Logo of jester cap with thought bubble. Biogen inc (NASDAQ: BIIB) Q3 2021 Earnings ... Read more »

Man complains of stomach ache, doctors operate to find phone he had swallowed

© Provided by The Indian Express In a bizarre incident, doctors in Egypt treating a man for abdominal pains were left shocked to find a mobile phone in his stomach. ... Read more »

Wendy's Will Replace Your Fries If They're Not “Hot & Crispy When You Receive Them”

Update, October 20, 2021: Wendy’s really wants to make sure customers are checking out their new Hot & Crispy Fries. The formula’s batter and cooking process allows them to stay, ... Read more »

This Famous Burger Chain Refuses to "Discriminate Against Customers" Based On Vaccine Status, Statement Says

© Provided by Eat This, Not That! in n out burger Proof of vaccine mandates for indoor dining are being enforced in several cities across the country, but one popular ... Read more »

The #1 Worst Food to Eat for Dementia

© Provided by Eat This, Not That! white bread Dementia can be a scary topic for some people to discuss as they get older, especially if they don’t know much ... Read more »

Mason Jars Magically Become Pourable Pitchers With These Handy Lids

Mason jars will forever be one of the most useful kitchen containers. Once whatever delicious filling or canned goodies are used up, they can be repurposed in so many different ... Read more »

Why Radius Health Stock Is Exploding Higher Today

© Provided by The Motley Fool Why Radius Health Stock Is Exploding Higher Today What happened Shares of Radius Health (NASDAQ: RDUS), a biopharmaceutical company, are soaring today in response ... Read more »

The Wellness Industry Has An Inclusivity Problem. Black Girls Healing House Is Changing That.

© Provided by Refinery29 When Delilah Antoinette found herself struggling with her mental health in 2017, she longed for a safe, Black space to unpack her experience. Unfortunately, she was ... Read more »

How to Talk to Someone Who's Hesitant to Get the COVID-19 Vaccine

© (Getty Images) Nurse preparing a vaccine For Dr. Gabriel Lockhart, a pulmonologist and critical care intensivist at National Jewish Health in Denver, the question of how best to approach ... Read more »

Everything you need to know about new Covid antiviral drugs molnupiravir and PF-07321332/ritonavir

BRITS will soon be able to get their hands on Covid pills that protect them from illness. Taken at home during the first few days of symptoms, they prevent the ... Read more »

Keep your kids away from JUNCS for a happy, healthy life

When describing children, you are most probably to use terms such as naughty, energetic, and fearless among many others. While it is their nature to be exuberant, good nutrition can ... Read more »

Eric Adams, Curtis Sliwa get ready for first NYC mayoral debate: How to watch, what to expect

Eric Adams and Curtis Sliwa are set to face off Wednesday night in the first debate of the city’s sleepy general election for mayor, giving New Yorkers a chance to ... Read more »

In her book 'Feeding the Soul,' Tabitha Brown talks breaking barriers as a Black woman in wellness

© Provided by INSIDER Tabitha Brown’s book “Feeding the Soul” is a New York Times bestseller. Paul Archuleta/Getty Images Tabitha Brown’s book Feeding the Soul includes recipes and life advice. ... Read more »

A woman who suffered 19 miscarriages just gave birth to a 15-pound baby boy - and he was two weeks early

© Blaine Harrington III/Getty Images Blaine Harrington III/Getty Images An Arizona woman delivered a healthy baby 2 weeks early. He weighed 15 pounds, double the size of the average newborn. ... Read more »

Colin Powell's Death From Breakthrough Covid Is Rare Event, Data Show

(Bloomberg) — The death of former U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell following a breakthrough Covid-19 infection shines a high-profile spotlight on what has been a rare phenomenon.  © Bloomberg ... Read more »

Surgeons attached a pig kidney to a human in a major breakthrough for organ transplantation

© André Meyer-Vitali / EyeEm/Getty Images André Meyer-Vitali / EyeEm/Getty Images Surgeons have successfully attached a working pig kidney to a human, USA Today reported. The procedure is a breakthrough, ... Read more »

The CDC says it's identified a new Delta-related coronavirus variant in the US, and officials are monitoring it closely

© Courtesy of Helix Courtesy of Helix A new coronavirus variant, called AY.4.2, is being closely monitored by scientists around the world. AY.4.2 is a descendant of the Delta variant. ... Read more »

Budowsky: Reconciliation begins progressive Democratic renaissance across US

© Greg Nash Rep. Pramila Jayapal (D-Wash.) addresses reporters as she arrives for a vote series on Tuesday, October 12, 2021 as the House votes to raise the debt ceiling ... Read more »

Keep your brain sharp by finding your sleep 'sweet spot,' study says

You know the story of Goldilocks and the three bears, right? Papa Bear’s bed was too hard and Mama Bear’s bed too soft, but Baby Bear found Goldilock’s bed to ... Read more »

The Best Ways To Reheat Pizza So It Tastes Fresh From The Brick Oven

© Mitch Diamond – Getty Images When I ‘m reheating my leftover pizza, I skip the microwave (which leaves it soggy and sad), and use these tricks that make it ... Read more »

These Quinoa Health Benefits Will Have You Incorporating the Grain Into Every Meal

© Provided by Shape Getty Images Considering the countless low-carb diets that have been touted over the last few years, it can seem as though the macronutrient is considered to ... Read more »

Pfizer's vaccine cuts the risk of COVID-19 hospitalization in teens by 93% in a CDC analysis

© ORLANDO SIERRA / AFP) (Photo by ORLANDO SIERRA/AFP/Getty Images A boy receives the first dose of the Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine in Tegucigalpa, on September 25, 2021, during a vaccination ... Read more »

'Vaccination of 12- to 17-year-olds will lower the risk of community outbreaks'

© AFP FILE: This file picture taken on November 23, 2020 shows a bottle reading “Vaccine COVID-19” next to US pharmaceutical company Pfizer and German biotechnology company BioNTech logos. JOHANENSBURG ... Read more »

Vet fears Avian flu outbreak could wipe out entire species of endangered seabird

© Provided by CapeTalk A serious outbreak of avian flu has hit seabirds in the Western Cape A wide range of seabirds, including pelicans, gulls, and cormorants has been affected ... Read more »

Tourette Syndrome: Know all about this condition of the nervous system that causes tics

© Provided by The Indian Express According to reports, many teenage girls, especially in the US, are developing tics — a nervous system reaction — usually caused by Tourette Syndrome, ... Read more »

Three high school athletes died of sudden cardiac arrest. Their moms are fighting back.

LAPORTE, Ind. — Jake West, Zac Mago and Mark Mayfield all died of sudden cardiac arrest. All unexpected. All their deaths possibly preventable, say their moms. “Undetected heart conditions were ... Read more »

Doctors warn of ‘tic-like syndrome' plaguing young kids could be linked to TikTok

IF your child spends a lot of time on social media, then it's likely they are on TikTok. Doctors have now warned of a 'tic-like syndrome' that's plaguing young kids ... Read more »

Blood tests that can detect cancer are about to hit the market. But experts are still waiting to see if they can upend deadly disease.

© BI Graphics BI Graphics © Provided by Business Insider A scientist drips blood into a test tube. Serhii Hudak/ Ukrinform/Barcroft Media via Getty Images Two companies – Exact Sciences ... Read more »

Jealous trolls accuse me of photoshopping out my leg for attention – I lost it to cancer

A MODEL who survived cancer has had to deal with cruel trolls accusing her of photoshopping her leg out of pictures. Cherie Louise was diagnosed with bone cancer at six-years-old ... Read more »

US set to vaccinate kids aged 5-11 against Covid from next month: White House

© zoranm / Getty Images Experts say vaccinating children is essential to helping achieve population immunity against Covid-19. The United States is ready to start vaccinating children aged 5-11 against ... Read more »

Biogen CEO: 'Major bottleneck' still limits Alzheimer's drug

FILE – This image provided by Biogen on Monday, June 7, 2021 shows a vial and packaging for the drug Aduhelm. The first new Alzheimer’s treatment in more than 20 ... Read more »

This High-Risk, High-Reward Stock Might Double Your Money

Chasing short-term gains is usually not the best strategy in the stock market. Investing in solid companies and holding their shares for a long time is still the best way ... Read more »

Why Are Radius Health Shares Soaring Today?

© Provided by Benzinga The Menarini Group and Radius Health Inc (NASDAQ: RDUS) have announced topline results from the EMERALD Phase 3 study evaluating elacestrant as second- or third-line monotherapy in ER+/HER2- advanced/metastatic breast cancer patients. ... Read more »

F-star Shares Rise On Bispecific Antibody Therapeutics Pact With Janssen

© Provided by Benzinga F-star Therapeutics Ltd (NASDAQ: FSTX) has entered into a license and collaboration agreement with Janssen Biotech Inc, a unit of Johnson & Johnson (NYSE: JNJ). Under the terms of the agreement, F-star ... Read more »

Stealth Bio Stock Falls On FDA Refusal to File Letter For Barth Syndrome Candidate

© Provided by Benzinga Stealth BioTherapeutics Corp (NASDAQ: MITO) has received a Refusal to File letter from the FDA regarding its marketing application for elamipretide, a mitochondria-targeted therapy for Barth syndrome. Barth syndrome ... Read more »

White House rolls out plan to vaccinate kids ages 5 to 11 against COVID-19

WASHINGTON — The Biden administration on Wednesday is announcing its plan for vaccinating children ages 5 to 11 ahead of the FDA’s anticipated emergency use authorization of the Pfizer vaccine ... Read more »

Adtalem's (ATGE) Chamberlain Partners Emory for Nursing

Chamberlain University — part of Adtalem Global Education Inc. ATGE — has partnered with the most comprehensive academic healthcare system in Georgia, namely Emory Healthcare, to motivate eligible nurses to ... Read more »

Successful pig-to-human kidney transplant a "transformative moment"

A pig’s kidney has been transplanted into a human and was not immediately rejected for the first time. The medical advancement, called a “transformative moment” by researchers, could pave the ... Read more »