October 2015

October 31

The tiny particles in what we eat raise big questions
By Susan Gaidos, Science News, October 31, 2015

Death of woman in tank at a Nevada cryotherapy center raises questions about safety
By Kimberley McGee and Julie Turkewitz, The New York Times, October 26, 2015

Obese children who cut back on sugar for 10 days see improvement in metabolic syndrome markers
Obesity, October 2015

Prevalence of oral herpes
PLoS One, October 2015

David Wright back at bat managing lumbar spinal stenosis
By Chuck O’Donnell, www.spineuniverse.com

Popular cholesterol drugs may make fly vaccine less effective
Journal of Infectious Diseases, October 2015

Cutting carbohydrates is far more effective than a low-fat diet in shedding the pounds
Lancet Diabetes & Endocrinology, October 2015

The addictive nature of cheese. Which foods may be addictive? The roles of processing fat content, and glycermic load
PLoS One, February 18, 2015

October 24

Many antidepressant studies found tainted by pharma company influence
By Roni Jacobson, Scientific American, October 21, 2015

Survey: More people than ever want to be doctors

Thiamine: New wonder drug for fibromyalgia?
By Maggie Fox and Suzanne Gamboa, October 22, 2015

Nutrient supplement enhances natural killer cell function in women with chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia: preliminary report
www.townsendletter.com, November 2015

A phase 3 randomized trial of nicotinamide or skin-cancer chemoprevention
N Engl J Med 2015; 373:1618-1626October 22, 2015

Lifting weights twice a week may aid the brain
By Gretchen Reynolds, The New York Times, October 21, 2015

Oregon AG accuses retailer GNC of selling drug-spiked dietary supplements
By Alison Young, USAToday, October 22, 2015

Antibiotics in early childhood can contribute to more, and lasting weight gain
International Journal of Obesity, October 21, 2015

Endocrine disrupter in nail polishes gets into women’s bodies
www.ewg.org,by Johanna Congleton,   OCTOBER 19, 2015

Study suggests that washing dishes decreases stress
Mindfulness, 2014;6 (5): 1095

PEPITES (Viaskin Peanut’s Efficacy and Safety)
Global Newswire, June 22, 2015

October 17

Emergency department visits for adverse events related to dietary supplements
The New England Journal of Medicine, October 15, 2015

What a nightmare: sleep no more plentiful in primitive cultures
By Will Dunham, Reuters, October 16, 2015

Sleep on it!
By Robert Stickgold, Scientific American, October 2015

Many cancer survivors have unhealthy diets
University of Alabama at Birmingham Comprehensive Cancer Center. Dr. Wendy Demark-Wahnefried

Text-neck
By Victoria Ward, The Telegraph, October 16, 2015

Tom Brady, defends his trainer Alex Guerrero
CBS Sports, October 16, 2015

Sitting down for an extra two hours increases the risk of some cancers by 10%
International Journal of Epidemiology, October 2015

New study totally misrepresents adverse events related to dietary supplements
www.anh-usa.org, OCTOBER 15, 2015

Weight loss and energy products linked to majority of ER visits for supplement users
By Stephen Daniells, www.nutraingredients-usa.com

October 10

Metabolic syndrome leads one in three Americans to need more vitamin E
American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, October 2015

Aspirin may double life expectancy of cancer patients
European Cancer Congress in Vienna, Dr. Martin Frouws, Leiden University, Netherlands

Fibromyalgia linked to deficiencies in RBC magnesium, IGF-1
American Academy of Pain Management, 2015 Annual Meeting, September 19, 2015

Gluten avoiders, meet Nima
6SensorLabs

Carb intake, sperm count association explored
American Society for Reproductive Medicine 68th Annual Meeting, Presented October 23, 2012

A possibly lifesaving guide to heart attacks
Journal of the American College of Cardiology, October 2015

Bariatric surgery and thoughts of suicide
JAMA Surgery, October 2015

Sugary drinks increase diabetes, heart disease risk
Journal of the American College of Cardiology, September 30, 2015

October 3

Omega-3 protocol for concussion injury
www.brainhealtheducation.org

High-fructose diet slows recovery from brain injury
Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism, October 2015

National Institutes of Health awards funds for planning a second chelation study
Mount Sinai Medical Center, Loanna Palmer Public Relations Director

Egg consumption and risk of heart failure, myocardial infarction, and stroke: results from 2 prospective cohorts
The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, First published September 23, 2015

Older breast cancer patients less likely to benefit from chemotherapy
Journal of American Geriatric Society, September 2015

Chemical exposure linked to rising diabetes, obesity risk
The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism, September 2015

It is a new TV season-but here’s why you might want to look away
By Kim Painter, USA TODAY, September 27, 2015

Cut through the confusion: Asking questions can demystify research
Saint Louis University Medical Center, September 2015

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