April 2016

April 30

What’s behind the heartbreaking risk of anti-inflammatory drugs
Journal of Molecular and Cellular Cardiology, April 2016

One minute enough exercise to get health benefits
PLoS One, April 2016

Reversing skin aging: endurance exercise’s unexpected benefit and rejuvenated mitochondria make this happen
PNAS Fall 2015

Probiotics stop menopause-like bone loss in mice
Journal of Clinical Investigation, April 2016

Protein from bacteria alleviates food allergy symptoms
Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, March 2016

New test for early detection of Lyme disease developed
Medical University of Vienna, April 25, 2016

Fructose alters hundreds of brain genes, which can lead to a wide range of diseases
EBioMedicine, April 2016

Nutrient supplements can give antidepressants a boost
American Journal of Psychiatry, April 2016

Effects of yoga in patients with paroxysmal atrial fibrillation
Eur J Cardiovasc Nurs, March 14, 2016

April 16

Small nerve fibers defy neuropathy conventions
JAMA Neurology, April 2016

The benefits of coffee on skeletal muscle
Life Sci. 2015 Dec 15;143:182-6

Acetaminophen could be inhibiting the brain response associated with making errors
Soc Cogn Affect Neurosci (2016) 
First published online: February 17, 2016

Antihistamines affect exercise recovery
Journal of Physiology, April 2016

Like other drugs of abuse, withdrawal from chronic sucrose exposure can result in an imbalance in dopamine levels
PLOS One, April 2016

Lead’s health effects can last a lifetime
By Meghan Rosen, Science News, March 19, 2016

Lead contamination in Flint-an abject failure to protect public health
By David, C. belonged, Ph.D., New England Journal of Medicine, March 24, 2016

Fast food may expose consumers to harmful chemicals called phthalates
Environ Health Perspect; DOI:10.1289/ehp.151080

New analysis of old study delivers another blow to traditional diet advice
By Larry Husten, April 13, 2016

April 9

Curcumin may help overcome drug-resistant tuberculosis
Respirology, March 2016

Concentrations of thiocyanate and goitrin in human plasma, their precursor concentrations in brassica vegetables , and associated potential risk for hypothyroidism
Nutrition Reviews, March 5, 2016

Paleo diet alters biomarkers, decreased risk for insulin resistance
Endocrine Society, April 2016

Antibiotics underrecognized cause of delirium
Neurology, February 17, 2016

Deficient vitamin D levels increase risk for NASH and NAFLD
American Journal of Gastroenterology, April 2016

Higher levels of vitamin D correspond to lower cancer risk
PLOS ONE, April 6, 2016

Lowering cholesterol with vegetable oils may not curb heart disease risk or help you live longer
British Medical Journal, April 2016

Walk, jog or dance: it’s all good for the aging brain
By Gretchen Reynolds, The New York Times, April 7, 2016

First-ever national study of dietary interventions to treat Crohn’s disease receives funding
Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation of America, March 24, 2016

Cornell study finds some people may be genetically programmed to be vegetarians
Molecular Biology and Evolution, March 30, 2016

Full-fat whole milk better for you than low-fat skim milk
Circulation, Published online before print March 22, 2016

Vitamin B-12 concentration, memory performance, and hippocampal structure in patients with mild cognitive impairment
American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, April 2016

April 2

One in five adults may be obese by 2025
The Lancet, Volume 387, No. 10026, p1377–1396, 2 April 2016

Older Americans who engage in strenuous exercise are more mentally nimble
Neurology, March 2016

Extreme anger issues linked to common cat parasite
Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, March 23, 2016

Nearly a quarter of all human deaths caused by pollution
By Nika Knight, www.commondreams.org, March 15, 2016

Study suggests love of exercise starts in the womb
FASEB Journal, March 31, 2016

Decreased social anxiety among young adults who eat fermented foods
Psychiatry Research, August 2015

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