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In The News 2007

Highly Recommended Reading:  Updated Dec 31, 2007
 
InnVista
Drug Digest or Drug Information Online
5HTP and GABA
The Level 1 Diet
Harvard School of Public Health
ScienceDaily: Dietary Supplements
Burnham Institute For Medical Research
'Supersize Me' Mouse Research Offers Grim Warning For America's Fast Food Consumers
 
Best Of The News: Glucosamine-like Supplement Inhibits Multiple Sclerosis, Type 1 Diabetes (May 14, 2007) — A glucosamine-like dietary supplement has been found to suppress the damaging autoimmune response seen in multiple sclerosis and type-1 diabetes mellitus, according to University of California, ...  >
 
Food Compounds That Kill Test-Tube Cancer Cells Analyzed (Mar. 10, 2008) — Strawberries, grapes, blueberries and some familiar seasonings like rosemary contain compounds that can--in test tubes--kill cells of a childhood cancer. Molecular biologists are working to ...  >
  
Dec 26, 2007
Myths Even Doctors Believe
Researchers Nix Low-carb Diet
Cancer: Why The Switch Stays On
Milk And Egg Allergies Harder To Outgrow
Overexcited Neurons Not Good For Cell Health
Brain Malfunction Explains Dehydration In Elderly
Update To Food Guide Pyramid For Older Adults
Moderate Exercise Cuts Rate Of Metabolic Syndrome
Bacteria That Cause Urinary Tract Infections Invade Bladder Cells
Constipation Most Common Cause Of Children's Abdominal Pain
Carb-cutting Enzyme Stopped By Bean Extract, Endocrinologists Say
Breath Test Can Discriminate Between A Bacterial Overgrowth And IBS
Consumer Demand For Antioxidants Has Outpaced Scientific Knowledge
Antibiotic Resistance Found In Poultry Even When No Antibiotics Were Used
Active Compounds Found In Fungus (Reshi) Has Potential To Treat Prostate Cancer
NIH Panel Seeks To Dispel Stigma Associated With Fecal And Urinary Incontinence
 
Dec 16, 2007
Too Much Fructose Could Leave Dieters Sugar Shocked
How Bacteria In Cows' Milk May Cause Crohn's Disease
Message To The Elderly: It's Never Too Late To Prevent Illness
Hay Diet For Cattle No Cure For Lethal E. Coli, Idaho Study Shows
Cattle Fed Byproducts Of Ethanol Production Harbor Dangerous E. Coli Bacteria
 
Dec 04, 2007
Data On Food Antioxidants Aid Research
Diet For Brain Development, From The Beginning
Fast-Acting Carbs May Hasten Vision Loss Over Time
When It Comes To Vitamins, More (Folic Acid) Is Not Better
Club Drugs Inflict Damage Similar To Traumatic Brain Injury
Omega-3 Fatty Acids Protect Against Parkinson's, Study Says
Chemicals From Recycled Cardboard May Contaminate Take-out Food
Direct-to-consumer Genetic Tests Concerns Physicians And May Mislead Patients
 
Nov 24, 2007
Try Adding These Superfoods
How Water 'Lubricates' Proteins
Even Very Low Levels Of Lead Cause Brain Damage In Children
Sinus Problems Are Treated Well With Safe, Inexpensive Treatment
Flavonoid-rich Diet Helps Women Decrease Risk Of Ovarian Cancer
Too Much Sugar Turns Off Gene That Controls Effects Of Sex Steroids
 
Nov 17, 2007
Sugar And Metabolic Disease
Seaweed Transformed Into Stem Cell Technology
Rice Bran Could Reduce Risk Of Intestinal Cancer
Grape Powder Blocks Genes Linked To Colon Cancer
Bacteria Organize Into Biofilms To Survive Hostile Zones
Chemotherapy And Radiation Together Extend Lung Cancer Patients' Lives
Eating Fish, Omega-3 Oils, Fruits And Veggies Lowers Risk Of Memory Problems
Chronic Kidney Disease Rises While Most People With The Condition Remain Unaware
 
Nov 11, 2007
Infections, Bacteria 'Critical For Healthy Life 
Boiled Peanuts Pack Big Antioxidant Punch
Ripe Fruit Contains Highly Active Antioxidants
Scientists Question Folic Acid Fortification
Folic Acid Linked To Increased Cancer Rate
Scientists Find New Causes For Neurodegeneration 
Our Diet Must Change To Cut Cancer Risk, Experts Urge
Foods, Not Specific Nutrients, May Be Key To Good Health
Rosemary Chicken Protects Your Brain From Free Radicals
Severely Restricted Diet Linked To Physical Fitness Into Old Age 
Overweight Mothers Run Greater Risk Of Having Hyperactive Children
Canola Oil Increases Compliance With Dietary Recommendations For Fatty Acids 
Gene Expression Can Indicate Common Pain Killer, Acetaminophen, Overdose 
Chemical In Red Wine, Fruits And Vegetables May Stop Cancer, Heart Disease, Depending On The Dose 
 
Oct 22, 2007
Sugar molecules in bones
Antioxidants-Have You Eaten Micro-algae Lately?
Garlic Boosts Hydrogen Sulfide To Relax Arteries
Insulin's Brain Impact Links Drugs And Diabetes
Flavonoids Govern Cell Processes, Enhance Health
Baby Formula WIth Fish Oil Added May Help Infants
Ear Infection Superbug Resistant To All Pediatric Antibiotics
Risks And Health-care Costs Of Common Pain Killers Underestimated
Fresh Fruits And Vegetables Retain Antioxidants Long After Purchase
 
Oct 07, 2007
Influence Of Drug Companies On Medical Literature
Daisies Lead Scientists Down Path To New Leukemia Drug
Red Wine Ingredient - Resveratrol - Fights Diabetes In Mice
New Treatment For Stroke Works Up To A Day After Symptoms Start
Avoiding Sweets May Spell A Longer Life, Study In Worms Suggests
 
Sep 30, 2007
Alzheimer's Disease Could Be A Third Form Of Diabetes
Nosespray Vaccine Using Aloe Vera Has Exciting Potential
You Can Teach An Old Dog New Tricks - With The Right Diet
Eat Less To Live Longer: Calorie Restriction Linked To Long Healthy Lives
Quick-burning Carbs May Cause Fatty Liver: Low-glycemic Diet Protected Mice
Cell-surface Sugar Defects May Trigger Nerve Damage In Multiple Sclerosis Patients
 
Sep 25, 2007
Mother's Milk A Gift That Keeps On Giving
Testosterone In The Womb Linked To Autism
Health Food Supplement May Curb Addiction
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Linked To Stomach Virus
Sugar Identified As Key To Malaria Parasite Invasion
United States Continues To Have Highest Level Of Health Spending
 
Blocking Formation Of Toxic Plaques Implicated In Type 2 Diabetes
Drug Spending Caps Cause Some Seniors To Quit Taking Key Medicines
Metabolic Syndrome Heightens Risk For Development Of Uric-acid Kidney Stones
Certain Nutrients Associated With Reduced Risk For Age-related Eye Disease
 
Sep 12, 2007
Glcnac Transferase
N-Acetylglucosaminyltransferases
Glycomics investigation into insulin
Antioxidants: Preventing Diseases
Antioxidants may reduce chemo effects
White Blood Cells Are Picky About Sugar
Sugar Helps Control Cell Division (O-GlcNAc)
Sugar Substitute Xylitol Reduces Risk Of Cavities
 
Sep 8, 2007
Editorial comment: "My wife and I discused this (hybrid-evil) a year ago".
Human-Animal Hybrid Embryos Approved For Research In Britain
Avocados May Help Prevent Oral Cancer, Study Shows
Fat Transforms Vitamin C From 'Good Cop' Into 'Bad Cop'
N-acetylcysteine Antioxidant May Not Be As Safe As Once Thought
Sugary Drinks, Not Fruit Juice, May Be Linked To Insulin Resistance
The Power Of Fruit Juice: Corn syrup is related to many bad health issues
Aluminum In Breast Tissue: A Possible Factor In The Cause Of Breast Cancer
Many Medical Residents Lack Biostatistics Knowledge Needed To Interpret Clinical Research
 
Sep 1, 2007
Dietary Restriction Cleans Cells
Non-Stick Chemicals Linked To Low Birth Weigh
Vitamin E's Lack Of Heart Benefit Linked To Dosage
Compound In Broccoli Could Boost Immune System, Says Study
Chemists Discover New Way Antioxidants Fight Debilitating Diseases
Common Component Of Fruits, Vegetables Kills Prostate Cancer Cells
Brain Research Shows Why Long-term Drug Users Just Can't Say No
Soda Warning? High-fructose Corn Syrup Linked To Diabetes, New Study Suggests
 
Aug 20, 2007
The Ins and Outs of Natural Digestion
How Much Water Should You Drink? It Depends
Despite Claims, Not All Probiotics Can Treat Diarrhea Say Experts
 
Aug 17, 2007
GABA: How important is it?  Or, click on Gamma-aminobutyric acid
Role of glutamatergic and GABAergic systems in alcoholism
New Developments in the Realm of Complementary Medicine
 
Aug 12, 2007
Dartmouth, GlycoFi Researchers Make Leap In Protein Bioengineering
Scientists Discover A Control Mechanism For Metastasis 
Link Found Between Crohn's Disease And E. Coli Bacteria
Snuff Not Safe: Smokeless Tobacco Delivers More Of Some Dangerous Carcinogens Than Cigarettes
Too Many Vitamins? One Antioxidant Linked To Heart Disease, Study Shows
Skeleton Is An Endocrine Organ, Crucial To Regulating Energy Metabolism