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  • Spinal Manipulation Recommended for Neck and Lower Back Pain
    The Danish Health Authority published guidelines for non-surgical treatment of patients with recent onset neck pain or cervical radiculopathy (September 2017) and for low back pain or lumbar radiculopathy (January Read more
  • Green Leafy Vegetables
    A recent longitudinal study published December 20, 2017 online in Neurology  found that older people who consumed 1-2 servings of green leafy vegetables daily were cognitively 11 years younger than Read more
  • Fiber Intake and Alcohol
    The negative effects that alcohol have on breast cancer risk appear to modulated by a higher intake of fiber, in particular vegetable fiber. This recent study points out why we Read more
  • Strength Training in Elderly Women
    Explosive-type heavy-resistance training in old (60-65 years) and very old (80-89 years) women not living in a nursing home environment for 12 weeks resulted in an increase in muscle strength Read more
  • Cranberries
    Cranberries are a hot topic. So much so that in 2015 there was the Cranberry Health Research conference 2015. One of the papers from that conference reviews the role that Read more
  • Exercise and Depression
    A study published in theJuly 2016 edition of Behavioral Therapy found that a 30 minute bout of exercise can help acutely depressed women who already have a diagnosis of major depressive disorder. Read more
  • The Effect of Exercise on Sitting Time
    By now most of us have heard that prolonged sitting has many adverse health effects. We've also been told that in general working out and then sitting all day does Read more
  • Diet Soda and Blood Pressure in Children
    A study reported in the December 16, 2015 edition of the Journal of Hypertension found an association between diet soda and higher blood pressure in 5th graders. Of the nearly Read more
  • Exercise and Weight Loss in Women
    TIME magazine in April of 2009 published an article stating that exercise possibly does not have the same effect in men and  women, and that women possibly do not lose Read more
  • Dust Mites and Gut Function
    A study published in the December 8, 2015 edition of Gut found that house dust mites affect the permeability and function of the gut. Previous research found that allergen from Dermatophagoides pteronyssinus (Der Read more
  • Tea Preparation and Anti-oxidants
    An study published in Journal of Food Science examined various methods of brewing various teas and their anti-oxidant content. The results were interesting:White tea: steeping for longer time meant more antioxidants. Read more
  • Fish Oil Benefits Older Women Who Exercise
    A recent study published on PLOSOne found that fish oil has many beneficial effects for older women who exercise. This small study recruited 24 females between 65 and 67 years old Read more
  • Soy and Endometrial Cancer
    Soy is a mild phytoestrogen. Because of this many people think that it may either promote or inhibit estrogen sensitive cancers. A recent review article in Medicine found that soy intake was Read more
  • Echinacea and Tamiflu
    Echinacea as Effective as Tamiflu For Early Flu TreatmentDate Posted:  12/1/2015 3:50:43 PMTamiflu ® (oseltamivir) is a popular prescription antiviral drug used to treat influenza; however, a 2014 systemic review in Read more
  • Toxic Chemicals and Soy
    Medscape reports on an interesting study published in the January 27 edition of the Journal of Clinical endocrinology & Metabolism. They found that consuming low to moderate levels of soy could Read more
  • Dairy Consumption and Weight Gain
    The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition recently published a study looking at milk consumption in normal weight middle aged women. They studied 18,438 women older than 45 years from the Women's Read more

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