March 2023

March 18

Genitourinary Cancer Articles
New England Journal of Medicine

A novel cannabinoid may protect the brain from aging
By Gary Wenk, Psychology Today January 7, 2023

Inflammation and cholesterol as predictors of cardiovascular events among patients receiving statin therapy: a collaborative analysis of three randomized trials
The Lancet, Published March 6, 2023 

Evaluating of time to the benefit of statins for the primary prevention of cardiovascular events in adults aged 50-75 years
JAMA Intern Med . 2021 Feb 1;181(2):179-185.

Soccer players have higher chance at dementia
By Kyle Fansler,  March 17, 2023

Most men with prostate cancer can avoid or delay harsh treatments, long-term study confirms
By Brenda Goodman,  March 12, 2023

The truth about the Obesity Action Coalition
By Raven Chastain

Our beliefs and demands Obesity Action Coalition

The role and mechanisms of action of catechism in neurodegenerative diseases
J Am Nutr Assoc 2023 Jan;42(1):67-74. doi: 10.1080/07315724.2021.1981487.

Dietary vitamin C and telomere length: a cross-sectional study
Front. Nutr., 26 January 2023 Sec. Nutrition and Sustainable Diet Volume 10 – 2023

Green smoothie cleanse causing acute oxalate nephropathy
American Journal of Kidney Diseases Volume 71, Issue 2, February 2018, Pages 281-286

Study sheds light on concerning new trends in drug advertising: patient influencers
Journal of Medical Internet Research, 2023; 25: e41867 DOI: 10.2196/41867

AKI in a patient engaged in vegetable juicing
Kidney360. 2020 Jul 20;1(7):716-717. doi: 10.34067/KID.0001182020. eCollection 2020 Jul 30.

March 11

Estimated micronutrient shortfalls of the EAT-Lancet planetary health diet
The Lancet, Volume 7, Issue, E233-E237, March 2023

The effect of curcumin supplementation on weight loss and anthropometric indices: An umbrella review and updated meta-analyses of randomized controlled trials
The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, Published: March 08, 2023

Incretin-based drugs and risk of intestinal obstruction among patients with type 2 diabetes
Clin Pharmacol Ther. 2022 Jan;111(1):272-282.

Startup offering Ozempic surges with controversial ads, fake testimonials
By Rolfe Winkler The Wall Street Journal, March 4, 2023

Daylight saving time: an American Academy of Sleep Medicine position statement
Journal of Clinical Sleep MedicineVolume 16, Issue 10

Why daylight saving time exists-at least for now

Artificial turf is a potential factor in the cancer deaths of 6 Phillies players
By James Dator,, March 10, 2023

Marathon running not a risk factor for arthritis
By John Gever, MedPage Today

The MIND Diet recommends, March 10, 2023

One in three parents may unnecessarily give children fever-reducing medicine
ScienceDaily, February 20, 2023

Anthocyanins for athletes: wild blueberries may improve athletic performance, March 10, 2023

Purple vegetables and tubers have anti-diabetic properties
Science Blog, February 15, 2023

For older adults, every 500 additional steps taken daily associated with lower heart risk, March 3, 2023

Association of Mediterranean-DASH intervention for neurodegenerative delay and Mediterranean diets with Alzheimer disease pathology
Neurology, First published March 8, 2023

March 4

Understanding arrhythmias

Researchers map mosquito cells that may help the insects choose tastiest humans
Cell Reports, 2023; 42 (2): 112101 DOI: 10.1016/

Men who drink Coca-Cola or Pepsi have larger testicles, study suggest
By CAITLIN TILLEY, Daily Mail  February 21, 2023

Allium vegetable intake associated with the risk of incident gastric cancer: a continuous follow-up study of a randomized intervention trial
The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, Volume 117, Issue 1, January 2023, Pages 22-32

Study suggests possible link between sugar substitute and heart issues. Experts say, don’t panic
By Dani Blum, NYT, Feb 28, 2023

Is Exercise More Effective Than Medication for Depression and Anxiety?
By Robby Berman,  March 3, 2023

Lower dementia incidence linked with vitamin D supplements
MedPage Today, March 1, 2023

Alzheimer’s & Dementia: Diagnosis, Assessment & Disease Monitoring
By Max Bayer,  Feb 27, 2023

Albuterol shortage hits hospitals after manufacturer closes
By Arielle Dreher,  March 2, 2023

Fruity Pebbles and Lucky Charms threaten to block “healthy” food labeling guidelines in court
By Lee Fang,  March 1, 2023

Ten years after First Lady Michelle Obama’s ‘Let’s Move’ campaign, childhood obesity has only gotten worse

Sarasota researchers find evidence that airborne exposure to red tide could have neurological impacts
By Cathy Carter, WUSF Public Media, August 18, 2022


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