March 2015

March 28

Dietary fat increases vitamin D-3 absorption
Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, February 2015

Folate, vitamin B-6, and vitamin B-12 intake and mild cognitive impairment and probably dementia in the Women’s Health Initiative memory study
Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, February 2015

Sandwiches are major contributors of sodium in the diets of American adults: results from What We Eat in America, national health and nutrition examination survey 2009-2010
Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, February 2015

Folic acid supplementation lowers risk for first stroke in adults with hypertension
JAMA, March 15, 2015

Modern marijuana is often laced with heavy metals and fungus
By Brian Handwerk,, March 23, 2015

Exercise linked to improved erectile, sexual function in men
Journal of Sexual Medicine, February 2015

A short walk may reduce chocolate cravings
PLoS One, Mach 11, 2015

Dr. Dean Ornish blasts high-protein diets

Zinc deficiency linked to immune system response, particularly in older adults
Molecular Nutrition & Food Research, March 2015

March 21

A healthful diet is associated with lower risk for COPD
British Medical Journal, Feb 3, 2015

Participating in walking groups is associated with wide-ranging health benefits
British Journal of Sports Medicine, Jan 19, 2015

Diet and the prevention of cardiovascular disease: physician’s knowledge, attitudes, and practices
American College of Cardiology. March 4, 2015

The longer babies breastfeed, the more they achieve in life
Lancet Global Health Journal, March 2015

Association of early imaging for back pain with clinical outcomes in older adults
JAMA. 2015;313(11):1143-1153

Active surveillance for localized prostate cancer: an update
J Clin Oncol, Jan 20, 2015

Nutritional formula improves healing of pressure ulcers
Annal of Internal Medicine, Feb 3, 2015

12% of patients who receive prophylactic aspirin for primary CVD prevention won’t benefit
J Am Coll Cardio June 20, 2015

The birth control pill and Crohn’s disease
Gut, doi:10.1136/gutjnl-2012-302362

Yankees’ pinstripes may be slimming but a nutritionist helps
By David Waldstein, The New York Times, March 19, 2015

Do high-dose zinc acetate lozenges shorten symptoms of the common cold?
BMC Family Practice, March 2015

Vitamin D recommendations were miscalculated
Relaxnews, March 18, 2015

Antibiotics and their effects on mitochondria
Cell Reports, March 12, 2015

Effects of glyphosphate [Roundup] and its ability to induce disease
Entropy, April 10, 2013

March 14

Omega-3 Fatty Acids Reduce Inflammation, Protect Damaged Heart After Heart Attack
Big Sugar’s deceitful past

PLOS Medicine, Published: March 10, 2015

Three glasses of milk a day can lead to early death, warn scientists
Study shows that use of statins increases risk of developing diabetes by 46 percent 
Statins may not protect against Parkinson’s after all, study finds 
Hand-washing dishes could reduce risk of allergies among children: study
Pediatrics, Vol. 135 No. 3 March 1, 2015 pp. e590 -e59
Double-Chin Drug Wins FDA Advisors’ Backing by Shannon Firth
by Shannon Firth
NBTY, Pharmavite, Nature’s Way and Nutraceutical Corp. pulled into NY AG’s probe 
New York AG’s Supplement Test Completely Contradicted by New Research
Whitepaper assails NY AG’s supplement bust 


Nancy Snyderman quits
TMZ, March 12, 2015


Quercetin a top “drug” for extending healthy lifespan
Aging Cell, 2015

March 7

7 little-known side effects of daylight saving time
By Ali Berman, Mother Nature Network, March 2, 2015

One twin exercises, the other doesn’t
By Gretchen Reynolds, The New York Times, March 4, 2015

How healthy is genetically modified soybean oil?
University of California, Riverside, ScienceDaily. March 5, 2015

You can earn $13,000 a year selling your poop
By Rachel Feltman, The Washington Post, January 29, 2015

Tests show higher midlife fitness levels tied to greater brain volume, function decades later
By Maureen Salamon, WebMD news from HealthDay

Breathing easier, Southern California air quality
By Erica E. Phillips, March 4, 2015

Mediterranean diet cuts heart disease risk by nearly half
American College of Cardiology, March 4, 2015

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