69th Health Research Report 10 NOV 2009 – Reconstruction

 

 

Editors Top Five:

1. Scientists discover influenza’s Achilles heel: Antioxidants

2. Commentary warns of unexpected consequences of (antacid) proton pump inhibitor use in reflux disease

3. First national zinc campaign for childhood diarrhea increases awareness, but use lags behind

4. Mortality Rates Reduced among Children Whose Mothers Received Iron-folic Acid Supplements

5. Acetaminophen may be linked to asthma in children and adults

In this issue:

1. Why fish oils help and how they could help even more

2. Statins show dramatic drug and cell dependent effects in the brain

3. Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Problems Associated with Low Folate Levels in Pregnant Women

4. Mortality Rates Reduced among Children Whose Mothers Received Iron-folic Acid Supplements

5. Exercise Keeps Dangerous Visceral Fat Away a Year After Weight Loss, Finds UAB Study

6. High fructose corn syrup: A recipe for hypertension

7. Low vitamin D levels explains most ESRD risk in African-Americans

8. Scientists discover influenza’s Achilles heel: Antioxidants

9. Pregnant women risk early delivery from using psychiatric medication

10. Commentary warns of unexpected consequences of proton pump inhibitor use in reflux disease

11. First national zinc campaign for childhood diarrhea increases awareness, but use lags behind

12. Study examines associations between antibiotic use during pregnancy and birth defects

13. Statins may worsen symptoms in some cardiac patients

14. Children who often drink full-fat milk weigh less

15. Does green tea prevent cancer? Evidence continues to brew, but questions remain

16. Acetaminophen may be linked to asthma in children and adults

17. Researchers explore new ways to prevent spinal cord damage using a vitamin B3 precursor

18. Antimicrobials: Silver (and copper) bullets to kill bacteria

19. People with less education could be more susceptible to the flu


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65th Health Resarch Report 15 SEP 2009 – Reconstruction

Editors Top Five:

1. 75 percent would consider letting an unsupervised trainee perform surgery if it could be done quicker

2. Vitamin C deficiency impairs early brain development –

3. Study reveals new role of vitamin C in skin protection

4. ‘Dung of the devil’ plant roots point to new swine flu drugs

5. Popular stomach acid reducer triples risk of developing pneumonia

In this issue:

1. Biotransformed blueberry juice fights fat and diabetes

2. Exercise Minimizes Weight Regain By Reducing Appetite, Burning Fat,

3. And Lowering ‘Defended’ Body Weight

4. Vitamin C deficiency impairs early brain development –

5. UAB Researchers Find Possible Use for Kudzu, the Vine That Ate the South

6. Was the public health response to swine flu alarmist?

7. People with type 2 diabetes not meeting important nutritional recommendations

8. Anticancer compound found in American may apple

9. How manuka honey helps fight infection

10. Houseplants cut indoor ozone

11. High fruit and vegetable intake positively correlated with antioxidant status, cognitive performance

12. 75 percent would consider letting an unsupervised trainee perform surgery if it could be done quicker

13. Study reveals new role of vitamin C in skin protection

14. Regular aerobic exercise reduces health concerns associated with fatty liver

15. ‘Dung of the devil’ plant roots point to new swine flu drugs

16. On-the-job pesticide exposure associated with Parkinson’s disease

17. Antioxidant ingredient proven to relieve stress (S.O.D.)

18. Green tea component may help preserve stored platelets, tissues

19. Popular stomach acid reducer triples risk of developing pneumonia

20. Study Shows Common Pain Cream Could Protect Heart During Attack

21. Supplementing babies’ formula with DHA boosts cognitive development

22. Swine flu vaccination: A test subject speaks out.

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65th  Issue Date 15 SEP 2009

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56th Health Research Report 12 MAY 2009 – Reconstruction

 

Editors Top Five:

 

1. Hopkins Children’s study: Folic acid may help treat allergies, asthma

 

2. Research finds Kava safe and effective

 

3. Stronger backbone: DHEA hormone replacement increases bone density in older women

 

4. Why Antidepressants Don’t Live Up to the Hype

 

5. Chinese workers urged to puff up economy by smoking

 

In this issue:

 

1. M. D. Anderson study predicts dramatic growth in cancer rates among US elderly, minorities

 

2. Half a glass of wine a day may boost life expectancy by 5 years

 

3. Hopkins Children’s study: Folic acid may help treat allergies, asthma

 

4. White tea — the solution to the obesity epidemic?

 

5. Drugs to combat anemia in cancer patients increase risk of death

 

6. Low vitamin D causes problems for acutely ill patients

 

7. Popular diabetes treatment could trigger pancreatitis, pancreatic cancer

 

8. Stinky” drywall imported from China raises health and safety concerns

 

9. Chinese workers urged to puff up economy by smoking

 

10. Research finds Kava safe and effective

 

11. Study reveals conflict between doctors, midwives over homebirth

 

12. Stronger backbone: DHEA hormone replacement increases bone density in older women

 

13. Probiotics may help ward off postpartum obesity

 

14. Why Antidepressants Don’t Live Up to the Hype

 

Health Research Report

56th Issue Date 12 MAY 2009

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55th Health Research Report 28 APR 2009 – Reconstruction

 

 

 

Editors Top Five: (not enough this week to justify)

 

In This Issue:

1.  Could senna improve the quality of colonoscopy preparation with magnesium citrate?

2. Oral Contraceptives Impair Muscle Gains In Young Women

3. New human study reinforces antioxidant benefits of tart cherries

4. An herbal extract inhibits the development of pancreatic cancer

5. Human lung tumors destroy anti-cancer hormone vitamin D, Pitt researchers find

6. Too much sugar is bad, but which sugar is worse: Fructose or glucose?

7. Charred meat may increase risk of pancreatic cancer

8. Vitamin D levels linked to asthma severity

9. Type of vitamin B1 could treat common cause of blindness

10. Long-term complications of melamine consumption in children

11. Drinking diet soda may reduce the risk of forming kidney stones

12. Whiter laundry and a surprising new treatment for kids’ eczema

13. Are we cherry picking participants for studies of antidepressants?

 

 

Health Research Report

55th Issue Date28 APR 2009

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54th Health Research Report 14 APR 2009 – Reconstruction

Editors Top Five:

1. The new ‘epigenetics:’ Poor nutrition in the womb causes permanent genetic changes in the offspring

2. Einstein scientists propose new theory of autism

3.Soybean component reduces menopause effects

4. Omega-3 kills cancer cells

5.Aspirin and similar drugs may be associated with brain microbleeds in older adults

In this Issue:

1.Physical activity may strengthen children’s ability to pay attention

2. How probiotics can prevent disease

3. Omega-3 kills cancer cells

4. Source of major health benefits in olive oil revealed

5. Einstein scientists propose new theory of autism

6. Broccoli sprouts may prevent stomach cancer by defeating Helicobacter pylori

7. Biology of flushing could renew niacin as cholesterol drug

8. Oral contraceptives associated with increased risk of lupus

9. Soybean component reduces menopause effects

10.Vitamin D Deficiency Related to Increased Inflammation in Healthy Women, MU Study Finds

11.Parkinson’s disease medication triggers destructive behaviors

12.Aspirin and similar drugs may be associated with brain microbleeds in older adults

13.The new ‘epigenetics:’ Poor nutrition in the womb causes permanent genetic changes in the offspring

14.Low glycemic breakfast may increase benefits of working out

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52nd Health Research Report 17 MAR 2009 – Reconstruction

 

 

Editors top five:

1. NCRP Report No. 160 on increased average radiation exposure of the US population

2. Grape Extracts May be Effective Against Harmful Gut Bacteria

3. Not so sweet: Over-consumption of sugar linked to aging

4. Support for adjunctive vitamin C treatment in cancer

5. A diet rich in calcium aids weight loss

 

 

In this Issue:

1. Moderate alcohol intake associated with bone protection

2. NCRP Report No. 160 on increased average radiation exposure of the US population

3. Half in US see another country emerging as world’s technological leader

4. New study shows how spikes in nitrite can have a lasting impact on the heart

5. Normal Human Gut Bacteria May Inhibit Shiga Toxin Development Following Infection with E. coli O157:H7

6. Grape Extracts May be Effective Against Harmful Gut Bacteria

7. Pure fructose frequently confused with high fructose corn syrup

8. Not so sweet: Over-consumption of sugar linked to aging

9. Support for adjunctive vitamin C treatment in cancer

10.’Holy powder’ ingredient makes membranes behave for better health

11. Teenage boys who eat fish at least once a week achieve higher intelligence scores

12. May supplementation of docosahexaenoic acid (DHA)suppress colon tumor cell growth?

13. Vitamin C intake associated with lower risk of gout in men

14. UI study suggests salt might be ‘nature’s antidepressant’

15. Low vitamin D levels associated with several risk factors in teenagers

16. AMERICAN ADULTS FLUNK BASIC SCIENCE

17.Older patients with 1 type of heart failure may receive little or no benefit from drugs

18.A diet rich in calcium aids weight loss

 

Health Research Report

52nd Issue Date 17 MAR 2009

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51st Health Research Report 03 MAR 2009 – Reconstructed

Editors Top Five:

 

1. No longer a gray area: Our hair bleaches itself as we grow older

2. Vitamin supplements may protect against noise-induced hearing loss

3. Vitamin B and folic acid may reduce risk of age-related vision loss

4. Broccoli may help protect against respiratory conditions like asthma

5. Cholesterol-reducing drugs may lessen brain function, says ISU researcher

 

 

In this issue:

 

1. Can exercising your brain prevent memory loss?

2. Type of rheumatoid arthritis medication may be associated with increased risk for shingles

3. Research identifies how inflammatory disease causes fatigue

4. Taurine: Key to the visual toxicity of an anti-epileptic drug for children?

5. Vitamin supplements may protect against noise-induced hearing loss

6. Questions of ethics and quality cloud globalization of clinical trials

7. Can breastfeeding reduce multiple sclerosis relapses?

8. When should prostate-specific antigen testing be stopped?

9. Questions of ethics and quality cloud globalization of clinical trials

10. Green, black tea can reduce stroke risk

11. Chili peppers help to unravel the mechanism of pain

12. Vitamin D deficiency may increase risk of colds, flu

13. Vitamin B and folic acid may reduce risk of age-related vision loss

14. No longer a gray area: Our hair bleaches itself as we grow older

15. Cholesterol-reducing drugs may lessen brain function, says ISU researcher

16. Physical fitness improves spatial memory, increases size of brain structure

17. Vegetable-based drug could inhibit melanoma

18. Vitamin A signals offer clues to treating autoimmunity

19. Low levels of vitamin B12 may increase risk for neural tube defects

20. Broccoli may help protect against respiratory conditions like asthma

21. Doctors endorse vegan and vegetarian diets for healthy pregnancies

22. Cleansing toxic waste — with vinegar

23. Are vitamin supplements effective in celiac disease patients? (Yes They Are)

 

Health Research Report

51st Issue Date 03 MAR 2009

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49th Health Research Report 04 FEB 2009 – Reconstruction

Editors Top Five:

 

1. Stream in India has record high levels of drugs

2. First comprehensive paper on statins’ adverse effects released

3. Hypertension and cholesterol medications present in water released into the St. Lawrence River

4. Rochester study raises new questions about controversial plastics chemical

5. Blue light destroys antibiotic-resistant staph infection

 

 

In this issue:

 

1. Omega-6 fatty acids: Make them a part of heart-healthy eating

2. Hypertension and cholesterol medications present in water released into the St. Lawrence River

3. Stream in India has record high levels of drugs

4. Happiness gap’ in the US narrows

5. CUTTING SALT ISN’T THE ONLY WAY TO REDUCE BLOOD PRESSURE

6. First comprehensive paper on statins’ adverse effects released

7. Daily school recess improves classroom behavior

8. Fast-food diet cancels out benefits of breastfeeding in preventing asthma

9. Exercise no danger for joints

10. Rochester study raises new questions about controversial plastics chemical

11. Exposure to perfluorinated chemicals may reduce women’s fertility

12. Most bacteria from craft goat’s cheese come from lactic acid and could be very beneficial for health

13. Physically Fit Kids Do Better in School

14. Chondroitin Slows Progression and Relieves Symptoms of Knee Osteoarthritis

15. Blue light destroys antibiotic-resistant staph infection

16. Zinc supplements during pregnancy may counteract damage from early alcohol exposure

17. Vitamin D tied to muscle power in adolescent girl

 

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49th Issue Date 04 FEB 2009

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48th Health Research Report 20 JAN 2009 – Reconstruction

 

Editors Top Five:

Not enough research to justify a top five yet.

 

 

In this issue:

 

1. Maslinic acid provides a natural defense against colon cancer

2. Chemopreventive agents in black raspberries identified

3. Study shows California’s autism increase not due to better counting, diagnosis

4. Hormone therapy linked to brain shrinkage, but not lesions

5. Vitamin D is the ‘it’ nutrient of the moment

6. Most heart attack patients’ cholesterol levels did not indicate cardiac risk

7. Misuse of Vicks VapoRub may harm infants and toddlers

8. HHS Report Slams FDA’s Conflict of Interest Oversight

9. Smoking during pregnancy may impair thyroid function of mom and fetus

10. Greater Quadriceps Strength May Benefit Those with Knee Osteoarthritis

11. Seasonal variation in blood pressure

12. Progress made in understanding causes and treatment of endometriosis

13. Study links water pollution with declining male fertility

14. Low-carbohydrate diet burns more excess liver fat than low-calorie diet, UT Southwestern study find

 

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48th Issue Date 20 JAN 2009

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46th Health Research Report 23 DEC 2008 – Reconstruction

 

 

 

 

Editors Top Five:

 

 

 

1. Long-term use of diabetes drugs by women significantly increases risk of fractures

 

2. 10% of U.S. High School Seniors Use Vicodin

 

3. Lack of vitamin D causes weight gain and stunts growth in girls

 

New study shows that a cough medicine ingredient could effectively treat prostate cancer

 

5. A low dose of caffeine when pregnant may damage the heart of offspring for a lifetime

 

In this issue:

 

1. Asthma: Commonly used medication shows no clear benefits in children

 

2. Long-term use of diabetes drugs by women significantly increases risk of fractures

 

Lack of vitamin D causes weight gain and stunts growth in girls

 

4. Use weights, not aerobics, to ease back pain

 

5. High pesticide levels found in fruit-based drinks in some countries outside U. S.

 

6. A low dose of caffeine when pregnant may damage the heart of offspring for a lifetime

 

7. 10% of U.S. High School Seniors Use Vicodin

 

8. Vitamin D deficiency in infants and nursing mothers carries long-term disease risks

 

9. New anti-cancer components of extra-virgin olive oil revealed

 

10. Lean muscle mass helps even obese patients battle cancer

 

11. Einstein researchers find convincing evidence that probiotics are effective

 

New study shows that a cough medicine ingredient could effectively treat prostate cancer

 

13. New data regarding safety of artemisinin combination therapy for pregnant women with malaria

 

14. Cousin marriage laws outdated

 

15. New evidence that people make aspirin’s active principle — salicylic acid

 

16. Vitamin D deficiency associated with greater rates of cesarean sections

 

17. UCSB scientists show how certain vegetables combat cancer

 

 

Health Technology Research Synopsis

46th Health Research Report 23 DEC 2008

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43rd Health Research Report 11 NOV 2008 – Reconstruction

 

 

 

 

Editors Top Five:

 

 

 

1. Optimal Dose of Vitamin E Maximizes Benefits, Minimizes Risk

 

2. Study shows pine bark reduces jetlag

 

3. Vitamin B3 reduces Alzheimer’s symptoms, lesions

 

4. The upside to allergies: cancer prevention

 

5. Can rectal vitamin E induce remission in patients with mild to moderate ulcerative colitis?

 

 

 

In this Issue:

 

 

 

1. Eating red meat sets up target for disease-causing bacteria

 

2. Grapes may aid a bunch of heart risk factors, animal study finds

 

3. The upside to allergies: cancer prevention

 

4. New MU Study Indicates that Exercise Prevents Fatty Liver Disease

 

5. Vigorous activity protects against breast cancer

 

6. Optimal Dose of Vitamin E Maximizes Benefits, Minimizes Risk

 

7. Drinking milk to ease milk allergy

 

8. Can rectal vitamin E induce remission in patients with mild to moderate ulcerative colitis?

 

9. How did glycine significantly decrease liver injury?

 

10. Fibromyalgia can no longer be called the ‘invisible’ syndrome

 

11. New evidence for homeopathy

 

12. Vitamin B3 reduces Alzheimer’s symptoms, lesions

 

13. Study shows pine bark reduces jetlag

 

14. Dietary sport supplement shows strong effects in the elderly

 

15. UC Davis researchers discover Achilles’ heel in pancreatic cancer

 

16. Could vitamin D save us from radiation?

 

17. LOW POTASSIUM LINKED TO HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE

 

18. Doctors should disclose off-label prescribing to their patients

 

19. Can vitamins and minerals prevent hearing loss?

 

Health Technology Research Synopsis

43rd Issue Date 11 NOV 2008 

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40th Health Research Report 30 SEP 2008 – Reconstruction

 

 

Editors Top Five:

 

 

1. Higher urinary levels of commonly used chemical, BPA, linked with cardiovascular disease, diabetes
 
2. Top-selling prescription drug mismarketed to women
 
3. ‘Estrogen flooding our rivers,’ Université de Montréal study
 
4. Honey effective in killing bacteria that cause chronic sinusitis
 
5. Can Taurine be a potent antioxidant drug in the future?

 

 

In this Issue:

 
 
 
1. Higher urinary levels of commonly used chemical, BPA, linked with cardiovascular disease, diabetes
 
2. Research supports correlation between finger lengths and stress hormones
 
3. Colds and flu cut by one-third in study of Canada’s top cold fighter in vaccinated seniors
 
4. Older people who diet without exercising lose valuable muscle mass
 
5. Does probiotic intervention induce the serum global lipid profile change?
 
6. Top-selling prescription drug mismarketed to women
 
7. ‘Estrogen flooding our rivers,’ Université de Montréal study
 
8. Can Taurine be a potent antioxidant drug in the future?
 
9. Statins increase risk of postoperative delirium in elderly patients
 
10. Half of trials supporting FDA applications go unpublished
 
11. Indian spice reduces size of hemorrhagic stroke
 
12. Honey effective in killing bacteria that cause chronic sinusitis
 
13. Dark chocolate: Half a bar per week to keep at bay the risk of heart attack
 
14. Popular COPD treatment increases risk for cardiac events, cardiac death
 
15. Plant antioxidant may protect against radiation exposure
 
16. Isoflavone dietary supplement improves the functioning of the arteries in stroke patients
 
17. Probiotic bacteria can induce monocyte-derived dendritic cells maturation?
 
18. Fishy diet in early infancy cuts eczema risk
 
19. Researchers note differences between people and animals on calorie restriction
 
20. How does ellagic acid exert anti-cancer effect on pancreatic cancer cells?
 
21. Animals farmed for meat are the No. 1 source of food poisoning bug, study shows
 
22. Cholesterol-lowering drugs and the effect on muscle repair and regeneration
 
23. Majority of children vaccinated against hepatitis B not at increased risk of MS
 
24. Researchers study how pistachios may improve heart health
 
25. Blood thinning drug linked to increased bleeding in brain
 
26. New study proves that pain is not a symptom of arthritis, pain causes arthritis
 
 

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40th Issue Date 30 SEP 2008

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38th Health Research Report 02 SEP 2008 – Reconstruction

Editors Top Five:

 

1.      How to stop a new type of heart attack
2.      Flu shot does not cut risk of death in elderly
3.      Scientists discover leptin can also aid type 1 diabetics
4.      Killer carbs — Monash scientist finds the key to overeating as we age
5.      Low cholesterol associated with cancer in diabetics

 

In This Issue:

 
1.      Silver-coated endotracheal tubes appear to reduce risk of pneumonia associated with ventilator use
2.      Arsenic exposure could increase diabetes risk
3.      Low level cadmium exposure linked to lung disease
4.      79 million US adults have medical bill problems or are paying off medical debt
5.      How to stop a new type of heart attack
6.      New research suggests diabetes transmitted from parents to children
7.      Positive thinking may protect against breast cancer
8.      Killer carbs — Monash scientist finds the key to overeating as we age
9.      The big gulp: consumers avoid extremes in soda sizes
10.  Low cholesterol associated with cancer in diabetics
11.  Anti-psychotic drug use in the elderly increases despite drug safety warnings
12.  New study shows health benefits of probiotic could extend to the entire body
13.  Anti-Cancer Flower Power
14.  Oral Administration of Lactobacillus from Breast Milk May Treat Common Infection in Lactating Mothers
15.  Scientists discover leptin can also aid type 1 diabetics
16.  Flu shot does not cut risk of death in elderly
17.  Researchers find high levels of toxic metals in herbal medicine products sold online
18.  Caesarean babies more likely to develop diabetes
19.  Olive leaf extract can help tackle high blood pressure and cholesterol
20.  Why do eyelids sag with age? UCLA study answers mystery
21.  New evidence on addiction to medicines Diazepam has effect on nerve cells in the brain reward system
22.  Study examines use of opioids
23.  Heart attack patients who stop statin risk death, say McGill researchers
24.  All types of antipsychotic drugs increase the risk of stroke
25.  Class of diabetes drugs carries significant cardiovascular risks
26.  National Study Shows Magnesium Sulfate Reduces Risk of Cerebral Palsy in Premature Births
27.  Sex hormones link to heart risk
28.  Large-scale Survey Links “Burnout” to Suicidal Thoughts in Med Students
29.  New evidence on folic acid in the diet and colon cancer
30.  Survey: ‘Tanorexia’ common among university students
31.  Post-marketing studies finding adverse events in drugs used in children
32.  Most vaccine-allergic children can still be safely vaccinated, Hopkins experts say
33.  Higher anaphylaxis rates after HPV vaccination: CMAJ study
34.  Safety of antithrombotic treatment in acute coronary syndromes
35.  Study finds B-vitamin deficiency may cause vascular cognitive impairment

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38th Issue Date 02 SEP 2008

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36th Health Research Report 05 AUG 2008 – Reconstruction

 

Editors Top Five:

 
1.      Toxic drugs, toxic system: Sociologist predicts drug disasters
2.      Study Suggests 86 Percent of Americans Could be Overweight or Obese by 2030
3.      Flu vaccine may not protect seniors well
4.      Chronic exposure to estrogen impairs some cognitive functions
5.      Vitamin C injections slow tumor growth in mice

 

 

In this issue:
1.      Is sun exposure a major cause of melanoma?
2.      Soy foods are associated with lower sperm concentrations
3.      Toxic chemicals found in common scented laundry products, air fresheners
4.      Exercise could be the heart’s fountain of youth
5.      Gummy bears that fight plaque
6.      Japanese diet rich in fish may hold secret to healthy heart
7.      At-Home Deaths from Combining Rx Drugs, Street Drugs and/or Alcohol Skyrocket By More Than 3,000 Percent
8.      Dietary factors appear to be associated with diabetes risk
9.      Foods high in conjugated linoleic acids can enrich breast milk
10.  OSU STUDY SHOWS EXPOSURE TO BAD AIR RAISES BLOOD PRESSURE
11.  Compound that helps rice grow reduces nerve, vascular damage from diabetes
12.  Study Suggests 86 Percent of Americans Could be Overweight or Obese by 2030
13.  Hey fever! The surprise benefit of allergies
14.  Frankincense provides relief to arthritis sufferers
15.  Cholesterol-lowering drug boosts bone repair
16.  Experts continue to cite Bifantis as promising probiotic treatment for Irritable Bowel Syndrome
17.  Exercise in a pill
18.  Flu vaccine may not protect seniors well
19.  New Study Shows Compounds From Soy Affect Brain and Reproductive Development
20.  Physicians ask EPA, ‘Antibiotics to cure sick apples, or sick children?’
21.  Schizophrenia researchers welcome new blood
22.  Outdoor Activity and Nearsightedness in Children
23.  Chronic exposure to estrogen impairs some cognitive functions
24.  Toxic drugs, toxic system: Sociologist predicts drug disasters
25.  Task Force Finds No Prostate Screening Benefit for Men Over 75
26.  Eating fish may prevent memory loss and stroke in old age
27.  Canadian study of colds and kids: Positive safety results for ginseng extract
28.  Vitamin C injections slow tumor growth in mice
29.  Adults who eat eggs for breakfast lose 65 percent more weight
30.  Sesame seed extract and konjac gum may help ward off Salmonella and E. coli
31.  In era of pills, fewer shrinks doing talk therapy
 

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36th Issue Date 05 AUG 2008

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29th Health Research Report 29 APR 2008 – Reconstruction

 

Editors Top Five:

 

1.      High blood pressure may protect against migraine
2.      Study shows pine bark naturally reduces osteoarthritis
3.      Life expectancy worsening or stagnating for large segment of the US population
4.      Study reveals inaccuracies in studies of cancer treatment
5.      Study says FDA allowed risky tests of blood substitutes

 

In this issue:

 
1.      High blood pressure may protect against migraine
2.      Excess pneumonia deaths linked to engine exhaust
3.      Vitamin E may help Alzheimer’s patients live longer
4.      Chinese club moss extract (Huperzine A) may improve cognition in Alzheimer’s disease
5.      Think twice before using antibiotics for acute maxillary sinusitis
6.      MSU study finds media coverage of breast cancer focuses too little on prevention
7.      Chemical exposure may increase risk of ALS
8.      Low vitamin D levels associated with an increased risk of peripheral arterial disease
9.      Study shows pine bark naturally reduces osteoarthritis
10.  Study reveals inaccuracies in studies of cancer treatment
11.  Life expectancy worsening or stagnating for large segment of the US population
12.  Researchers detail chemotherapy’s damage to the brain
13.  Could blood transfusions cause harm?
14.  Study shows common vitamin and other micronutrient supplements reduce risks of TB recurrence
15.  Epilepsy drug causes bone loss in young women
16.  Diabetes drugs may be related to fracture risk
17.  Osteoporosis drug may be associated with irregular heartbeat
18.  Hormone therapy in postmenopausal women associated with increased risk of stroke
19.  Aspirin-like compounds increase insulin secretion in otherwise healthy obese people
20.  Families of contaminated heparin victims tell stories of deaths 
21.  Study says FDA allowed risky tests of blood substitutes

 

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29th Issue Date 29 APR 2008

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22nd Issue Date 8 JAN 2008

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Editors Top Five:

1.      The Cost of Pushing Pills: A New Estimate of Pharmaceutical Promotion Expenditures in the United States
2.      Jefferson scientists studying the effects of high-dose vitamin C on non-Hodgkin lymphoma patients
3.      100% of people carry at least one type of pesticide from the air, water or food in their bodies
4.      Treatment with NAC is associated with better outcomes for children with liver failure
5.      US ranks last among other industrialized nations on preventable deaths

 

In this issue:

 
1.      Researchers show that fibrosis can be stopped, cured and reversed
2.      Silence may lead to phantom noises misinterpreted as tinnitus
3.      The very old may benefit from L-carnitine
4.      Environmental Trigger for Alzheimer’s Disease
5.      New discovery could reduce the health risk of high-fat foods
6.      The Cost of Pushing Pills: A New Estimate of Pharmaceutical Promotion Expenditures in the United States
7.      Tips to prevent adverse drug events in older adults
8.      Vitamin D2 is as effective as vitamin D3 in maintaining concentrations of 25-hydroxyvitamin D
9.      Jefferson scientists studying the effects of high-dose vitamin C on non-Hodgkin lymphoma patients
10.  Winemaking waste proves effective against disease-causing bacteria in early studies
11.  The prevalence and impact of arthritis and other rheumatic conditions in the United States
12.  Older surgical patients at greater risk for developing cognitive problems
13.  100% of people carry at least one type of pesticide from the air, water or food in their bodies
14.  Strength training of neck muscles relieves chronic pain
15.  Treatment with NAC is associated with better outcomes for children with liver failure
16.  Pollution shrinks foetus size: Brisbane study finds
17.  Lack of vitamin D may increase heart disease risk
18.  Infants with Birthmarks Received Less Oxygen in Womb
19.  Trichloroethylene is a risk factor for parkinsonism
20.  US ranks last among other industrialized nations on preventable deaths
21.  American women are more likely to choose overly aggressive treatments for breast cancer
 
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