Tag: "breakfast" at medical news
Press advisory: White House Conference on Aging Forum
...m. 12:30 p.m. (Registration and continental breakfast
at 8:00 a.m.) Where: Pulliam Auditorium, Burton Barr Central Library 1221 N. Central Avenue, Phoenix, Arizona Moderators: Robert Blancato, Member, 2005 White House Conference on Aging Policy Committee Marc Freedman, Founder and President,...
Methamphtetamine's ruinous effects on children documented in Midwest study
...ties, and the children often are eligible for free breakfast
and lunch programs. "All of that may be completely up for grabs when they get home," Haight said. Haight and her research colleagues interviewed 35 people who had regular contact with children of methamphetamine-abusing parents, including 18 child-w...
Canadian neurologist wins highest award as American Stroke Association honors five
...cil of the American Heart Association at an awards breakfast
and council election. This honor recognizes members of the association who have made major and independent contributions to cardiovascular and stroke research. Kontos is recognized for his research in the physiology and pathophysiology of the cereb...
State of the heart news conference
...005 9:30 10:00 a.m. EST News conference (light breakfast
available at 9:00 a.m.) 11:00 12:00 p.m. EST Telephone news conference for off-site media To participate call: 1-800- 581-5838 Ask for the American Heart Association's Go Red For Women news conference Where: The ...
Is it all in the mind or is it a medical condition?
...onesta Hotel in New Orleans, LA during a champagne breakfast
on January 15, 2005. The debate is being held as part of an annual conference given by the Sexual Medicine Society of North America (SMSNA). According to the World Health Organization, half of men aged 40-70 have sexual dysfunction. Premature ejac...
Grab 'n' go breakfast better serves middle school children
...ality management. "The directors work to increase breakfast
participation rates because of the importance of breakfast
to healthy eating." The researchers suggest that every child should eat breakfast
because skipping ...
Dairy Council of California program receives high marks from teachers & students
...ition, among the first graders who reported eating breakfast
the day of the survey, the consumption of each of the five food groups increased. Results from the second grade evaluations showed that after completing the Healthy Choices, Healthy Me! program, students greatly improved their knowledge of classifyi...
Regular family meals promote healthy eating habits
...tside the home, they can sometimes schedule family breakfast
more easily than dinner. "It doesn't have to be a home-cooked meal--the idea is to bring people together," she said.Neumark-Sztainer studied 4,746 Twin Cities adolescents and interviewed them about their eating habits and how often they ate meals wit...
Tea could improve memory, study shows
...tific experiments. Black tea traditional English breakfast
tea is derived from the same plant as green tea, Camellia sinensis, but has a different taste and appearance because it is fermented. They found that both green and black tea inhibited the activity of enzymes associated with the development of Alz...
Tony Blair launches UK's new global AIDS strategy
... beyond. Speaking at a No10 Downing Street breakfast
with women and young people living with or made vulnerable by AIDS, the UK Prime Minister said: "AIDS is a global crisis that requires an immediate and effective global response." "'Taking Action: the UK's strategy to tackle HIV and AID...
Pain resource nurses at Fox Chase Cancer Center seen as educators and advocates for a change
... suggests placing informational cards on patients' breakfast
trays to further educate them. Creative strategies for educating fellow nurses include word games and eye-catching informational posters. "Through the implementation of more Pain Resource Nurse programs such as the one at Fox Chase, we can have nu...
Research news from Tufts University, Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy: May 2004
...s, white breads and rice, french fries and refined breakfast
cereals. These foods tend to raise blood sugar faster than low glycemic index foods that slow down absorption, such as high fiber breads, oats and milk. The research team examined the relationship between the dietary glycemic index and several metabo...
Internet program and videos net nutritional benefits for kids
...as low-fat and healthy. But many students skipped breakfast
so they could sleep later or bought sodas and chip...nts received recipes online for low-fat snacks and breakfast
foods. The study showed that low-income students generally had less family support for diet and exer...
Research news from Tufts University, Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy: March 2004
...ave eaten more earlier in the day by eating a full breakfast
may not feel the need to eat as much as the day pr...nd Policy, "Starting off the day with a nutritious breakfast
possibly prevents overeating later in the day." He reminds, however, that "yogurt, whole-grain toast...
American Thoracic Society Journal news tips for March 2004 (first issue)
...week. The studies were done in the morning before breakfast
when patients were asked to provide sputa specimens for clinical purposes. All studies were performed in negative pressure isolation rooms that had six air changes per hour. No cultured M. tuberculosis was isolated from the room air. Two separate 5...
Orange juice fortified with plant sterols found to lower 'bad' cholesterol in healthy volunteers
...nk a cup of juice along with whatever they had for breakfast
and dinner. Half of the group had the sterol-fortified orange juice while the others drank regular orange juice by the same manufacturer. Fasting blood tests were taken before and after the study to determine total cholesterol, total triglyceride, LD...
The American Heart Association's new guidelines for cardiovascular disease prevention in women
...sday, February 4, 2004 8:30 9 a.m. EST Buffet breakfast
9 10 a.m. EST News conference to announce guidelines, survey results and "Go Red for Women" campaign. WHERE: New York City Marriott East Side 525 Lexington Ave. (between 48th and 49th streets) SPEAKERS: Alice K. Jacobs, M.D., presiden...
Epilepsy in the elderly media briefing
...r: 888-339-2688 Passcode: 68268110 Hot breakfast
will be served RSVP: Carlisle Campbell, firstname.lastname@example.org ; 646-935-4054 ...
Brain's 'daydream' network offers detection for Alzheimer's diagnosis
...ry. For instance, if someone asks what you had for breakfast
or how you feel about something that happened in your past, then you might activate parts of the default passive processing network as you search for the answer. "Since the brain's default processing network is connected to brain areas that are heav...
Attitudinal barriers to school breakfast programs identified
...Pennsylvania's low rate of participation in school breakfast
programs. Elaine McDonnell, instructor and projec...Commonwealth ranks 38th among the states in school breakfast
program participation." The researchers observed that parents who participated in the study did not...