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Fatalistic beliefs about cancer cause many to ignore cancer prevention advice

...ere less likely than others to exercise weekly and eat five daily servings of fruits and vegetables. People who believed that "its hard to know" what to do were more likely to smoke. All three beliefs, the researchers say, were associated with lower levels of education. Despite the ready availability ...

Bali bomb lessons helped shape Australia's mental health response to terrorism and trauma

...at dinner time, some victims found it difficult to eat and became anxious at mealtimes. The early intervention by mental health nurses proved invaluable for many of the patients. In a short period many changed from providing limited verbal responses to starting to communicate more confidently. ...

Food and drink, and what it says about us

What did the Vikings eat for supper" How good were the grocers in Roman Pompeii" What was it like feasting with the Greeks in the second millennium BC" How can this tell us why we like TV dinners today" Everything you have ever wanted to know about the archaeological histo...

AGA Institute takes leadership role in exploring obesity and its complications

...can be controlled and even reversed by deciding to eat less and exercise more. The incidences of diabetes...weight by regulating when and how much individuals eat for every meal. Obesity, Inflammation and Insulin Resistance - Steven E. Shoelson, MD, PhD, Joslin D...

Gender, ethnic differences may hamper eating disorder diagnosis

..., boys often talk about wanting to be more fit and eat healthily, which doesn't set off the same kind of alarm bells." Fitness is fine, but rigorous exercise coupled with severely restricted food intake can spell trouble just as surely as the more familiar binging and purging cycles seen in girls. Even...

Eating soup will help cut calories at meals

...an help cut back on how much food and calories you eat at the meal, a new Penn State study shows. Resul...ntre) by 20 percent, compared to when they did not eat soup. "This study expands on previous studies about consuming lower-calorie soup as a way to reduce...

Parents can sneak veggies into kids' diet

... who want their kids to consume fewer calories and eat more vegetables might find a healthy solution with...rents often find it difficult to get their kids to eat vegetables. The researchers developed two variations of pasta, and served the dishes to 61 childre...

Your brain and hormones may conspire to make you fat

...hington Why do some people get fat even when they eat relatively little? What creates that irresistible ...that your hormones and brain play in urging you to eat more than you should. Some peoples hormones may be signaling their brains to send messages like Eat ...

Simple system accurately predicts weight-loss surgery risk

...decreased stomach capacity, patients are unable to eat as much food and feel sated much faster. "This represents the first validated scoring system for assessing risk for patients considering bariatric surgery," said Duke surgeon Eric DeMaria, M.D., who developed the system. "The system gives surgeons ...

National Academy of Sciences' Institute of Medicine report calls for more dairy foods at school

...f Medicine. "The report wants to encourage kids to eat more fruits, vegetables, whole grains and especially dairy foods, which give kids three of the five "nutrients of concern" identified by the Dietary Guidelines, specifically, calcium, potassium and magnesium. Kids spend more than half their day in sc...

Diet and lifestyle -- In the cancer fight, eating well is the best revenge

...dman, people who ate a lot of fruit also tended to eat a lot of vegetables, and vice versa. To measure these two types of foods independently, the researchers included both fruit and vegetable intake in the statistical models, a common statistical approach. This allowed them to compare participants with ...

Poor diet puts teenagers' health at risk

A quarter of Australian teenagers eat fast food everyday and more than a third hardly ever eat fruit, a Deakin University study has found. Researchers with Deakins Centre for Physical Activity ...

Drugs for Parkinson's disease may ease stroke-related disability

...e of their left arm, for example, or might fail to eat from the left side of a food tray. The condition is most severe in the first few months following a stroke, but in some patients it becomes a chronic problem. Some patients with strokes in this area develop a slightly different condition known as ...

Arsenic in chicken feed may pose health risks to humans, C&EN reports

...n chicken feed may pose health risks to humans who eat meat from chickens that are raised on the feed, ac...icken meat or ingested by consumers who frequently eat chicken. Neither the Food and Drug Administration nor the Department of Agriculture has actually mea...

Patients should be alert for obesity surgery complication

... as a complication of the procedure or if patients eat more than their stomachs can hold the surgery reduces the organ to the size of an egg. Because little information is available on Wernicke encephalopathy after bariatric surgery, the researchers conducted a review of medical literature to learn wh...

ACS News Service Weekly PressPac -- Feb. 28, 2007

... inexpensive food; people with celiac disease (who eat rice as part of a gluten-free diet); Asian-Americans who consume a high-rice diet; and Hispanic infants and toddlers, who also have a diet high in rice, the study notes. ARTICLE #3 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Market Basket Survey Shows Elevated Levels o...

Sleep disturbances affect classroom performance

...ne after lunch. Do not go to bed hungry, but dont eat a big meal before bedtime either. Avoid any rigorous exercise within six hours of your bedtime. Try to get rid of or deal with things that make you worry. Make your bedroom quiet, dark and a little bit cool. ...

New blood thinner studied for patients with leg and lung clots

...nologist at the Medical College of Georgia. "You eat too much broccoli or spinach and it sends your lev...increase clotting risk. Patients are encouraged to eat stable diets, but even so, Dr. Gossage has patients whose blood levels, charted on a graph, look lik...

Less television and more gathering around the dinner table prevents

... "Other research has shown that children who eat meals with their families eat more healthy foods than children who don't eat as many meals with their families," said Sara Gable, ...

Hungry for a Super Bowl victory?

...ur Super Bowl party," says Wansink. "Dish it out, eat it slowly, and stop."...

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