Janissa Delzo, Everyday Health

Janissa Delzo

Everyday Health

New Jersey, United States

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Past articles by Janissa:

Onions Recalled Due to Potential Salmonella Contamination: FDA

What started as a recall of red onions has expanded to affect yellow, white, and sweet yellow onions. Here’s how to find out if your onions are affected by salmonella, and what to do if they were. → Read More

Too Little or Too Much Sleep Linked to Earlier Death in People With Diabetes

For a long, healthy life with type 2 diabetes, seven hours may be the magic number for sleep. In a study, researchers observed a relationship between getting more or less than that amount with a higher risk of early death. Read more about the possible link. → Read More

For Weight Loss, Keto Diet May Help Men More Than Women, Mice Study Finds

The preliminary study found that after 15 weeks, male mice assigned to a keto diet lost more fat than female mice. While the study may have implications for humans, more research is needed. Learn more about the recent study on keto. → Read More

16:8 Diet, a Form of Intermittent Fasting, May Help You Lose Weight, Study Suggests

Fasting for 16 hours and eating for six, between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. helped a small study group lose weight and lower their blood pressure. Is this form of intermittent fasting for you? Learn more about the findings, other research, and the diet's risks. → Read More

Pill May Help People With Type 2 Diabetes Lose Weight, Control Blood Sugar, Early Findings Suggest

A weight loss pill tested in rodents may help type 2 diabetics lose weight and lower their blood sugar without undergoing bariatric surgery. Find out more about the concept of "weight loss surgery in a pill," the study results, and what experts think. → Read More

Why Are More Young Women Getting Lung Cancer Than Young Men?

Lung cancer has long been known to affect more men than women. But a new study suggests that the trend may be taking a turn in certain populations. → Read More

Trying to Get Pregnant? Eating Fast Food May Delay Conception, Study Says

If you’re trying to get pregnant, you may want to cut the fast food and reach for more fruit, a new study suggests. Learn more about the research here, and get two outside experts’ take on the findings and what they suggest if you’re looking to conceive. → Read More

Eating Dark Chocolate May Improve Your Vision, Research Suggests

Boosting your vision could be as simple as indulging in high-cacao dark chocolate, suggests a study out this month. Read more about the study and other research on dark chocolate here. Plus, get two experts’ takes on the findings. → Read More

Apple’s Siri Gives NSFW Answer When Asked to Define ‘Mother’

It isn't the first time users have discovered the voice assistant using vulgar language. → Read More

What Are Toxic Caterpillars? Health Warning Issued In England For Bug That Causes Vomiting, Asthma Attacks

A protein in the caterpillars' hair cause unpleasant effects for humans and animals. → Read More

Dad Appalled by Daughter’s Sexually Explicit Homework Question

“What truly upset me is the fact that they’re talking about revenge sex,” Omar Austin told Newsweek. → Read More

Tesla Driver Banned After Turning On Autopilot, Then Moving To Passenger Seat

Witnesses estimate his was traveling 40mph down a busy highway. → Read More

Save the Honey Bees: EU Will Completely Ban World’s Most Common Pesticides

The new ban adds stricter restrictions to the 2013 decision. → Read More

California Mega Flood Predicted, State Expected to Have Extreme Weather in Coming Decades, Study Says

The study authors predict a megaflood—worse than the 1862 'Great Flood—to hit the state by 2060. → Read More

What is Rotationplasty? Why a 7-Year-Old Had Her Leg Reattached Backwards

The procedure involves rotating the leg 180 degrees. → Read More

Juul Vape: FDA Begins Nationwide Crackdown on Product and Other E-Cigarette Brands

The crackdown is primarily aimed at retailers selling the products to minors. → Read More

What is a Floating Kidney? Woman's Organ Drops into Pelvis Every Time She Stands Up

She suffers from a condition called "nephroptosis." → Read More

Starbucks Customer Finds Hidden Camera in Store Bathroom

Police say the camera had dozens of videos stored on it. → Read More

'Dance Moms' Abby Lee Miller Speaks Out About Her Cancer Diagnosis

She took to Instagram to share a hospital selfie. → Read More

Woman Reportedly Pours Coffee on Passengers, Assaults Air Marshal During Delta Flight

The passenger reportedly approached the air marshal from behind and jumped on his back. → Read More