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on Thu Apr 17 3:39 PM

The Case for Fixing What's Broken | David Katz, M.D.


We have long had abundant reason to believe that most of us living in the modern world consume too much sodium and would benefit from consuming less. But whether the topic is salt, or saturated fat, or calories, or even the health effects of...
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on Wed Apr 16 2:12 PM

Study: Meaningful Use Program's Effect on Care Quality Unclear


A study that examined the connection between meaningful use and care quality shows mixed results. Meaningful use attestation was associated with slight improvements for two clinical quality measures, a decline in quality scores for two measures...
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on Wed Apr 16 12:53 PM

Pulp Fiction? The Bottom Line on Juicing | Paul Spector, M.D.


Myth busting is an unpopular venture. The believer inhabits a more comfortable world than the skeptic. This is particularly true in the realm of health. Deflating the hope floated by promises of panaceas may inform but surely irritates. It...
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on Tue Apr 15 6:05 PM

The 'Fat But Fit' Fallacy | Jeff Schweitzer


We all like to eat. Most of us want to eat well; at least we try to be good some of the time. We all know that how and what we eat directly impact our health and well-being. Yet few subjects are more prone to confusion and distortion than diet...
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on Tue Apr 15 4:58 PM

Sugary Drinks May Increase Stroke Risk | Jeff Ritterman, MD


A new study from researchers at the prestigious Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, Sweden looked at whether sugary drinks increase the risk of a stroke. For those not familiar with the institute, Karolinska is currently ranked among the top 10...
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on Mon Apr 14 5:00 PM

Nearly 10 Percent of U.S. Adults Now Have Diabetes: Study: MedlinePlus


Researchers found a nationwide rise of the disease since late 1980s, and a parallel rise in obesity Source: HealthDay Related MedlinePlus Pages: Diabetes, Obesity
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on Mon Apr 14 4:07 PM

Grease Is Good? Not So Fast! | Neal Barnard, M.D.


Hurray, we can all eat grease again! On March 17, 2014, after decades of damning evidence that "bad" fat leads to heart disease, certain cancers, and other serious and even fatal health problems, headlines proclaimed the results of a new study,...
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on Fri Apr 11 3:36 PM

Guns aren't the only things killing cops -- ScienceDaily


The public does not realize -- in fact, police themselves may not realize -- that the dangers police officers are exposed to on a daily basis are far worse than anything on “Law and Order.”
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on Fri Apr 11 2:00 AM

Can resveratrol – the 'wonder chemical' in red wine – live up to all the hype? | Corrinne Burns | Science


With purported activity against cardiac disease, cancer and even ageing, the pressure on resveratrol to deliver is enormousIn an increasingly chemophobic world, one chemical resveratrol is doing rather well for itself. This polyphenolic stilbenoid...
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on Thu Apr 10 1:34 PM

Irritable Bowel Syndrome Treatments Aren't One-Size-Fits-All


Source: Food and Drug Administration Related MedlinePlus Page: Irritable Bowel Syndrome
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