Six Decades of Research
Our groundbreaking work continues to uncover important discoveries.
About Our Studies
Since 1974, we’ve explored the links between lifestyle, diet and disease among the Seventh-day Adventist population.
Our AHS-2 study is underway right now. Learn what researchers at Loma Linda University School of Public Health have discovered.
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"Faith and health is a good partnership — and the way people focus on health, diet and exercise is a new fountain of youth. We have the obligation to learn to be healthy. This study creates awareness of what we’re doing and makes us examples for the world."
Vegans boast a greater abundance of disease-fighting biomarkers than non-vegetarians
March 17, 2022
Canned, cooked tomatoes can reduce the risk of prostate cancer
June 3, 2020
Study reveals lower rates of cancer and early death in Adventists
December 5, 2019