Bibliography

Wild Avocado strives to bring cutting-edge scientific research and data analytics together in our services.

Comprehensive

Our research process is backed by hundreds of articles from top-tier organizations published in reputable, peer-reviewed journals.

Accessible 

We strive to make your data easy to understand and to help you utilize our scientific research to achieve your health goals.

Validated

Our research analysis goes through extensive internal peer review and assessment by physicians, health coaches, and certified genetic counselors.View our bibliography to explore where we obtained the powerful research information that fuels our science. 
Showing 926 through 950
Author
Staff
Author Organization
Foodstruct
Pubmed ID
0
Link

Author
Staff
Author Organization
CDC
Pubmed ID
0
Link

Author
Staff
Author Organization
Mayo Clinic
Pubmed ID
0
Link

Author
Staff
Author Organization
Mayo Clinic
Pubmed ID
0
Link

Author
Staff
Author Organization
NIH
Pubmed ID
0
Link

Author
Staff
Author Organization
Harvard
Pubmed ID
0
Link

Author
Staff
Author Organization
CDC
Pubmed ID
0
Link

Author
Staff
Author Organization
NIH
Pubmed ID
0
Link

Author
Staff
Author Organization
Mayo Clinic
Pubmed ID
0
Link

Author
Staff
Author Organization
Mayo Clinic
Pubmed ID
0
Link

Author
Harvard Medical School 
Author Organization
Harvard Medical School
Pubmed ID
0
Link

Author
Staff
Author Organization
Mayo Clinic
Pubmed ID
0
Link

Author
Stanford Health Care Team
Author Organization
Stanford University School of Medicine
Pubmed ID
0
Link

Author
CDC
Author Organization
CDC
Pubmed ID
0
Link

Author
Staff
Author Organization
Mayo Clinic
Pubmed ID
0
Link

Author
National Osteoporosis Foundation
Author Organization
National Osteoporosis Foundation
Pubmed ID
0
Link

Author
Staff
Author Organization
Mayo Clinic
Pubmed ID
0
Link

Author
Staff
Author Organization
CDC
Pubmed ID
0
Link

Author
CDC Staff
Author Organization
CDC
Pubmed ID
0
Link

Author
NIH Staff
Author Organization
NIH
Pubmed ID
0
Link

Author
NIH Staff
Author Organization
NIH
Pubmed ID
0
Link

Author
Staff
Author Organization
Linus Pauling Institute
Pubmed ID
0
Link

Author
CDC
Author Organization
CDC
Pubmed ID
0
Link

Author
CDC
Author Organization
CDC
Pubmed ID
0
Link

Author
CDC
Author Organization
CDC
Pubmed ID
0
Link

TitleAuthorAuthor OrganizationPubmed IDLink 
Nutritious Food ListsStaffFoodstruct
Obesity and OverweightStaffCDC
Obstructive Sleep Apnea Diagnosis and TreatmentStaffMayo Clinic
Obstructive Sleep Apnea Symptoms and CausesStaffMayo Clinic
Omega-3 Fatty AcidsStaffNIH
Omega-3-rich foods, Good for your heartStaffHarvard
OsteoporosisStaffCDC
OsteoporosisStaffNIH
OsteoporosisStaffMayo Clinic
Osteoporosis Diagnosis and TreatmentsStaffMayo Clinic
Osteoporosis in women — and men?Harvard Medical School Harvard Medical School
Osteoporosis Symptoms and CausesStaffMayo Clinic
Osteoporotic FracturesStanford Health Care TeamStanford University School of Medicine
Overcoming Barriers to Physical ActivityCDCCDC
Parkinson's diseaseStaffMayo Clinic
Peak Bone MassNational Osteoporosis FoundationNational Osteoporosis Foundation
Peanut AllergyStaffMayo Clinic
People at Increased Risk And Other People Who Need to Take Extra PrecautionsStaffCDC
People with Certain Medical ConditionsCDC StaffCDC
Peripheral Artery DiseaseNIH StaffNIH
Peripheral Artery DiseaseNIH StaffNIH
PhosphorusStaffLinus Pauling Institute
Physical Activity for a Healthy WeightCDCCDC
Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans 2nd editionCDCCDC
Physical Activity Recommendations for Different Age GroupsCDCCDC
Showing 926 through 950
These links are being provided as a convenience and for informational purposes only; they do not constitute an endorsement or an approval by AHS, Inc. of any of the products, services or opinions of the corporation or organization or individual. AHS Inc. bears no responsibility for the accuracy, legality or content of the external site or for that of subsequent links. Contact the external site for answers to questions regarding its content.
Click here to see your activities