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  • Mediterranean Diet and Cardiovascular Events in Women
    Mediterranean Diet associated with fewer cardiovascular events in middle aged women, according to a study published online December 7, 2018 in the JAMA Network. 25,994 US women in the Women’s Read more
  • A Different Approach to Hypertension
    A DIFFERENT APPROACH TO HYPERTENSIONBY JESSICA W. SEATON, D.C.As Masters swimmers we know that regular exercise such as swimming, helps prevent many chronic illnesses, including cardiovascular disease. However, we are Read more
  • Hamstring Stretching and Lifting
    The hamstring muscles attach below the knee on the tibia and fibula and then up on the "sit bone" or the ischial tuberosity. If they are tight, as you bend Read more
  • Exercising for Your Brain
    EXERCISING FOR YOUR BRAINBY JESSICA W. SEATON, D.C.There is more and more evidence that exercise is important for optimal brain function. A new book, SPARK: The Revolutionary New Science of Read more
  • Nuclear Power and Cancer
    The first long-term study to look at the effect of having nuclear reactor and the health of residents nearby was published online on March 27 in Biomedicine International. Not surprisingly, since the Rancho Read more
  • Chronic Inflammation and Aging
    A study published online on September 16, 2013 in the Canadian Medical Association Journal found that chronic inflammation is associated with a decreased risk of disease-free aging. Chronic inflammation was measured using Read more
  • Estrogen Replacement and Cardiovascular Disease
    The September 30, 2013 edition of JAMA Internal Medicine reports that estradiol is safer than conjugated equine estrogen (found in Premarin) by causing fewer cardiovascular events. The risk of having a myocardial Read more
  • Walnuts for Overweight Adults
    An article in the September 2013 issue of the Journal of the American College of Nutrition looked at overweight adults with visceral adiposity (big bellies). Visceral adiposity is known to increase the Read more
  • Vitamin D and Pneumonia
    A study published in the Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health  and conducted in Finland found low serum vitamin D levels to be associated with an increased risk of pneumonia. 1,421 people Read more
  • Physical Activity and Colorectal Cancer
    A study in the March 2013 edition of the Journal of Clinical Oncology followed 2293 patients who developed colorectal cancer. The researchers looked at their pre- and post-cancer physical activity levels. Those Read more
  • Vitamin D and Energy Metabolism
    A study presented at the Society for Endocrinology annual conference in Harrogate, UK in March 2013 elucidated another aspect of vitamin D and energy metabolism. People with vitamin D deficiency Read more
  • Inflammation in Lean and Obese Individuals
    A study published online August 27 in the Journal of clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism looked at various inflammatory markers in the blood and compared them in the lean and obese individuals and looked Read more
  • Healthy Habits and Longevity with Prostate Cancer
    A study conducted by Dean Ornish, MD, director of the Preventive Medicine Research Institute, in Sausalito, California and published in The Lancet looked at 35 men with biopsy-proven, low-risk prostate cancer who Read more
  • Glucose Levels and Dementia Risk
    The New England Journal of Medicine published an interesting study showing that patients with elevated glucose levels, even if  the magic number of 126 mg/dL, whereby the patient is considered to Read more
  • Vitamin D3 (and K2)
    VITAMIN D3 (AND K2)BY JESSICA W. SEATON, D.C.Every few weeks a new study is released touting the benefits of vitamin D or pointing out that much of the world’s population Read more
  • New Approaches to Asthma
    NEW APPROACHES TO ASTHMABY JESSICA W. SEATON, D.C.New Approaches to AsthmaAsthma is a chronic disease in which the airways and lungs are inflamed. It is characterized by airway spasms, airflow Read more

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