Tag: "diet" at medical news
Study Reveals Possible Link Between Osteoarthritis, Diet
...E and other naturally occurringantioxidants in the diet
appear to protect against knee arthritis, adegener...anything definitive about the relationship between diet
andknee, hip and hand osteoarthritis." Proving that diet
can make a significant difference ...
Duke Physicians: Clinicians Have Ethical Obligation To Consider Alternative Medicine
... conventional practice of medicine. Adjustments to diet
andrecommendations of exercise to reduce stress can be seen as alternatives tomedicine, but are accepted parts of patient treatment by both conventional andalternative practitioners. Since more patients are embracing alternative therapies, th...
Want To Eat Less Fat? Resolve To Read Food Labels
... study to examine theeffect of nutrition labels on diet
since 1994, when standardized "NutritionFacts" lab... believing in the importance of eating a low-fat diet
(these people were 10times more likely to read labels than those who did not believe a low-fat dietw...
Ultrasound Measurement Of Neck Arteries May Help Doctors Identify Older Adults
At Increased Risk For Heart Attack And Stroke
...ored regularly, and physical condition, lifestyle, diet
and otherparameters are recorded, but diagnosis and treatment is left in the hands ofpersonal physicians. It is the largest National Heart, Lung and Blood Instituteproject to study cardiovascular disease in an elderly population. Besides ultr...
Soy May Decrease Cancer Risks, Wake Forest Researcher Says
...espread consumption of phytochemicals in the human diet
and assupplements make it imperative that we understand their effects, particularly asthey related to differing developmental and functional stages of the breast,"Cline said. Cline also talked about the differences between people with apparen...
Wine Drinkers Consume Heart-Smart Diets
...pt known as the"French paradox." A recent study of diet
and drinking patterns published in the American Jo... intake of foods considered indicators ofa healthy diet
were determined from the questionnaire. For the purposes of this study, a "healthy diet" wasdefined ...
Low Folate Levels In African American And Mexican American Adults
...dless of education, underscoring need for improved diet
and folatesupplements. For more information contact Dr. Ford at email@example.com...
Insulin Resistance And Obesity Avoided In Genetically Modified Mice, As Reported In Science
... the scientists fed bothnormal and knockout mice a diet
extremely high in calories, 50 percent of whichwere from fat. As expected, normal mice quickly gained extra weight anddeveloped obesity-related insulin resistance. In contrast, the knockout mice didnot gain much weight and had normal insulin and gluc...
Heart Valve Abnormalities Examined In Relation To Duration Of Diet Drug Use
...rethan three months was gathered from 33 different diet
clinics around of thecountry. Among other conclusi...valve regurgitation was notedin 2.5 percent of the diet
drug patients compared to 1.5 percent in the controlgroup. The mitral valve controls the flow of blo...
More Evidence Of Possible Adverse Effects From New Hormone Use In Women With Heart Disease
...uch as exercising regularly, following a sensible diet
and avoiding smoking, Alexander said, so a "natural selection bias" is introduced into such studies which can distort the results. HERS, on the other hand, was a randomized trial of women with heart disease; half of the 2,763 women were assigned t...
First Evidence Found Of Link Between Gum Disease And High Alcohol Consumption, Low Dietary Antioxidants
... the first time that heavyalcohol consumption or a diet
low in antioxidant vitamins can increase the riskof developing gum disease. The findings have implications beyond gum disease since bacteria fromgum infections have been shown to play a role in heart disease, lung disease anddiabetes, in addition to ...
Lo-Cal Diet Slows Prostate Cancer In Animals, New Research Finds
COLUMBUS, Ohio -- A low-calorie diet
slows theprogress of prostate cancer in animals, n...ts further suggested the way that thelower-calorie diet
slowed tumor growth in rats and mice -- itretarded the development of new blood vessels in the tumor...
Exercise Is The Best Means Of Weight Control In Teenagers
...scents, controlling weight by exercise rather than diet
restriction seems to carry less risk of developing eating disorders. Contact: Professor George Patton, Centre for Adolescent Health, Department of Paediatrics, University of Melbourne, Parkville Victoria, AustraliaEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org....
The American Heart Association Urges Caution On Cholestin
...p for most people is to make some changes in their diet
-- forexample by lowering the amount of saturated ... meat, butter, cheese and whole milk. If diet
alone does not help to lower the LDL cholesterol in anindividual's blood, there are several steps th...
Postmenopausal Women Reap Heart Benefits From Foods Containing Vitamin E
... best scientific evidence we have is that eating a diet
rich in fruits andvegetables is protective against heart disease," says Mosca. "We can never besure exactly which nutrient is providing the benefits, and it is likely thatseveral different nutrients are involved. That's why we recommend gettingvita...
News About Osteoporosis: Fruits And Vegetables Prevent Bone Decay
... the study says, "This suggests that agood quality diet
in adulthood is important to bone health beyond th...ng tissue and its density is constantly affectedby diet
and exercise. Although the body builds and stores bone more efficiently during the younger years, it...
Can We Prevent Hearing Loss In Elderly Women?
... nutrition scientists agree that eating a balanced diet
is still the best way tomaintain your health....
Inhibiting Growth Of New Blood Vessels Reduces Heart Disease Plaque In Mice
...nedto mimic the cholesterol content of the typical diet
eaten in the United States.The amount of plaque the mice developed was measured in the aorta, the largeartery that carries blood from the heart to the rest of the body. A group of 20-week-old mice was divided into three groups and treatedfor ...
New Study Finds Blacks Face 38 Percent Higher Stroke Risk
...mond said.They also did not study the influence of diet
directly because people's reportsof what they eat often are inaccurate. Other authors of the paper include Drs. Aaron R. Folsom, Paul G.McGovern and Eyal Shahar of the University of Minnesota, Dr. George Howard ofWake Forest University and...
AVANT Atherosclerosis Vaccine Raises HDL, Reduces Atherosclerosis In Vaccinated Animals
... effective therapy for increasingblood HDL levels: diet
and moderate exercise are ineffective, statins produceonly a modest 5-7% increase in HDL cholesterol, and niacin has side effects thatlimit its use. In addition, patient compliance with cholesterol lowering drugshas been low, leading to their reduced...
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