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  • Animal Protein and Elderly Men
    A Japanese study published in the February 27, 2014 edition of the Journal of the American Geriatric Society followed 1,007 Japanese people, average age 67 years for 7 years. They had no Read more
  • Uncontrollable Temper and Inflammation
    Many people with really bad tempers think it's a good idea to just let all that anger out when you're angry. Not only does that often perpetuate the anger, but Read more
  • Exercise and Pain Tolerance
    A study published in the February 2014 edition of Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, the official publication of the American College of Sports Medicine is about pain tolerance in Read more
  • More on Fish Oil
    Studies that don't show a significant positive effect from consuming fish or fish oil tend to get a lot more press than the studies showing a benefit. A study published Read more
  • HbA1c and Walking
    Diabetics not only have elevated fasting glucose levels, but also have elevated hemoglobin A1c (HbA1c) levels, a measurement of long-term blood glucose levels. A Belgian study published in 2013 had Read more
  • Yoghurt and Diabetes
    A British study published in February 2014 in Diabetologia found that people who consumed yoghurt or some fermented cheeses had a lower incidence of diabetes than those who did not consume those Read more
  • Vigorous Exercise and Inflammation
    A poster presentation at the annual meeting of the World Congress on Insulin Resistance by Michael Richardson, BSH, showed that vigorous exercise reduces the odds that someone will have high Read more
  • Fish Oil and Prostate Cancer
    UCLA researchers published a study in Cancer Prevention Research that found that men with prostate cancer who consumed a low fat (15%) diet and took 5 grams of fish oil per day Read more
  • Cancer and Meat
    Stone Hearth News posted an article about a study published in a December 2013 edition of Nutrients, an online open-access journal, that looked at various foods and cancer risk. Cancer incidence Read more
  • Children, Sleep, and Fish Oil
    A randomized placebo-controlled study by the University of Oxford found that higher blood levels of the omega-3 fatty acid DHA was associated with better sleep in children. The study's overall Read more
  • Daily Walking and Aging
    A study published in Frontiers of Public Health in April 2013 found that walking daily was associated with a decrease in mortality among elderly people in the Iowa 65+ Rural Health Study. Read more
  • Inflammation and Cruciferous Vegetables
    A Chinese study of more than 1,000 women found that eating an average of one cup per day of cruciferous vegetables resulted in significantly lower levels of inflammation. Inflammation was Read more
  • Aging and Weight Gain
    Using a mouse model, scientists have uncovered one reason why losing weight is so much more difficult for people as they age. We have both "brown" fat and "white" fat. Read more
  • NSAIDs Revisited
    A Medscape interview with Dr. McCarberg, a board member of the Alliance for the Rational Use of NSAIDs, in April 2014 was an interesting review of how dangerous NSAIDs are. Read more
  • Gut Bacteria and Autism
    Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) has been primarily seen as a neurological and/or genetic disorder. However, there are whole groups of researchers who are exploring the connection of ASD to the Read more
  • Exercise and Type 2 Diabetes
    A study published online on January 14, 2014 on the PLOS Medicine site looked at types of exercise and risk for type 2 diabetes in middle-aged and older women. Close to 100,000 Read more

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