Tag: "rich" at medical news
NIH History Day celebrates NIH; Features lecture and tours
...ory collects a variety of materials reflecting the rich
history of intramural programs at NIH, including photographs, documents, personal papers, videos, audiotapes, news clippings, and books from NIH scientists and staff. From 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm on NIH History Day, volunteers will be staffing tables at...
Cranberries may help reduce stroke damage
...ease. These health effects have been linked to the rich
supply of antioxidants found in the tart berries. ...h are closely related to cranberries and similarly rich
in antioxidants, also appear to reduce brain damage associated with stroke. That blueberry study was...
Vitamins C and E improve cardiovascular health in children with high cholesterol, study says
... large population studies have revealed that diets rich
in fresh fruits and vegetables lower the risks of heart attack and strokes in adults. Engler and her colleagues predicted that, when given as vitamin supplements, the antioxidants normally found in fruits and vegetables might benefit children with hi...
Summit agrees to improve coordination of global Earth observation
...uly global partnership to encompass all countries, rich
and poor, which will allow the transfer and use of Earth observation information by all. Last Thursday's meeting was an important step in the right direction because it showed that the political will is now there to bring this about. The declaratio...
Eliminating hunger in a world of plenty
... and social structures, which create a gap between rich
and poor, become the targets of change. ADA's position is that while individuals and groups work to improve the well-being of all people, worldwide efforts to overcome hunger, food insecurity and malnutrition must be intensified. "It is vital for di...
Eating peanuts helps keep heart healthy without weight gain
...med nut in this country," Mattes said. "They are a rich
source of monosaturated fatty acids, magnesium and... obstacle in peanut consumption. "But peanuts are rich
in the types of fats that actually reduce cardiovascular disease risk and have strong satiety proper...
One drug, two targets
...ceptin targets HER2/neu. These receptors trigger a rich
signaling network that leads to intense proliferation of cancer cells. On the outside of the cell, areas of these receptor proteins called extracellular domains play a key role in this process. The first of three targets for the ALM and BLM targeted...
Scholar: Amount of food eaten more critical than fat content
...eir total food selection and intake, especially of rich
toppings and spreads. His journal article is titled, "Interactions Between Forms of Fat Consumption and Restaurant Bread Consumption."...
Vitamins C and E may enhance effectiveness of insulin for diabetes
...de," Vaziri said. "We think this shows that a diet rich
in antioxidants may help diabetics prevent the devastating cardiovascular, kidney, neurological and other damage that are common complications of diabetes." Diabetes affects nearly 17 million Americans. Insulin is the predominant treatment, but pati...
Videotaping message helps black teens eat more fruits, veggies
...e treatment groups, say the authors. Eating a diet rich
in fruits and vegetables may strongly decrease the odds of developing high blood pressure or cardiovascular disease. According to the American Heart Association, high blood pressure affects approximately 43 million Americans, and African American chi...
Grape seed extract help speed up wound recovery, study suggests
... But in a wound site, which is rich
in free radicals, the extract..., Sen said. "Skin wounds are rich
in free radicals," he said. "There was a longer-lasting free radical effect in ...
Pharmaceutical industry still failing health needs of less-developed countries
...ting them beyond the reach of many people, even in rich
countries. In less-developed countries, they state, millions of individuals do not have access to essential drugs, and drug development is failing to address the major health needs of these countries. The authors also comment how the prices of patent...
Flaxseed-rich diet blocks prostate cancer growth and development in mice
Durham, N.C. -- A diet rich
in flaxseed seems to reduce the size, aggressiveness and severity of tumors in mice that have been genetically engineered to develop prostate cancer, according to new research from Duke University Medical Center. And in 3 percent of the mice the flax...
Thanksgiving menu stuffed with healthy choices
...ffed with healthy food choices, particularly those rich
in disease-fighting antioxidants. Here is a sampli...ntain cancer-fighting compounds Bread crust is a rich
source of cancer-fighting antioxidants and may provide a much stronger health benefit than the rest ...
Mediterranean diet could reduce risk of coronary artery disease in Asian populations
... the health benefits of a mediterranean-style diet rich
in alpha-linolenic acid RB Singh from Moradabad, ...tack, and diabetes). Half were allocated to a diet rich
in alpha-linolenic acid (eg. whole grains, fruits, vegetables, walnuts, and almonds); the other half...
Bread crust and stuffing rich in healthy antioxidants
...ers in Germany have discovered that the crust is a rich
source of antioxidants and may provide a much stro... their holiday meals with bread stuffing, which is rich
in crust, but bad news for those who prefer to remove crusts from their bread, as they may be sacrif...
Education is strongest predictor of smoking for pregnant women
...re dynamic they accrue over a time period that is rich
in health care contacts," according to Robert Kahn, MD, the study's main author. Dr. Kahn, a physician in Cincinnati Children's division of General and Community Pediatrics, likens the situation at-risk mothers face to a race, one in which women with...
New recommendations to prevent high blood pressure issued
...adequate intake of potassium and an eating pattern rich
in fruits, vegetables, and low-fat dairy products ..., the NHBPEP now recommends an eating plan that is rich
in fruits, vegetables, and low-fat dairy products and that has limited saturated and total fat. Furt...
OSU cancer researchers win $9.5 to study immunity
...r to form teams in tackling a cancer problem. The rich
mix of basic science and clinical exploration will be supported by a myriad of core Cancer Center facilities at Ohio State, including biostatistical support led by Dr. Stanley Lemeshow, clinical correlates directed by Dr. William E. Carson, animal fa...
Council tax could be used to measure health status
...ltimately reduce the differences in health between rich
and poor. With this in mind, Norman Beale and his colleagues used the patient list and death register of general practice in Calne, Wiltshire between 1992-2000 to determine whether council tax valuation band could be used as a predictor of mortality....
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