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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

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

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

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

Sugars and Mortality

A recent study in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition looked at the association between dietary sugar intake and mortality in men and women. An increase in all cause mortality in women Read More

Sugar and Cardiovascular Disease Mortality

Like the last post, this one deals with sugar and mortality, in this case, mortality from cardiovascular causes. A study published in the February 4, 2014 edition of JAMA Internal Medicine, Read More

Vegetarian Diets and Blood Pressure

A meta-analysis published in the February 27, 2014 edition of JAMA Internal Medicine pooled several studies and examined the data. Eating a vegetarian diet was associated with lower systolic and diastolic blood Read More

Walnuts and Cognitive Decline

A review article in the February 2014 edition of the Journal of Nutrition looks at the data linking the consumption of walnuts with brain health. Walnuts are rich in phytochemicals that can Read More

Blueberries and Hypertension

A study published in the July 2014 edition of Nutrition Research showed that daily consumption of blueberry powder (equivalent of 250 g of berries))  for 6 weeks reduced diastolic blood pressure and Read More

Alzheimer's Disease and Herpes Simplex Virus

Medscape reports on two separate Swedish studies published in Alzheimer's and Dementia that reported an associated between having antibodies for the herpes simplex virus and Alzheimer's disease. The studies showed a Read More

Fish Oil and Diabetes

A long term Finnish study was published recently in Diabetes Care. 2,212 men between 42 and 60 years of age at the onset of the study in 1984-1989 were followed on Read More

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

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

Television Viewing and Food Choices

the more time children spend watching television, the poorer their food choices tend to be. A study published online in the  October 2014 edition of the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition examined Read More

Fibromyalgia and Vitamin D

A recent article in the journal PAIN states that those suffering from fibromyalgia may find some reduction in pain vitamin D3 supplementation. The study was a randomized placebo controlled study done on Read More

New Office

I recently moved my office and am now completely up and running in the new office. The new address is:4212 Overland Ave.Culver City, CA 90230New phone number: 424-603-4088The office is Read More

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