September 2023

September 30

FDA announces it is investigating risk of brain deposits of gadolinium from contrast MRI’s
FDA, January 20, 2022

Gladolinium toxicity shedding light on the effects of retained gadolinium from Constrast MRI
Gladonium Toxicity

Antibacterial mouthwash blunts oral nitrate reduction and increases blood pressure in treated hypertensive men and women
Am J Hypertens.2015 May;28(5):572-5.

Ginger counters certain autoimmune diseases in mice, January 7, 2021

Adherence to a healthy lifestyle, genetic susceptibility to abdominal obesity, cardiometabolic risk markers, and adherence to a healthy lifestyle, genetic susceptibility to abdominal obesity, cardiometabolic risk markers, and risk of coronary heart disease
Am J Clin Nutr Published: September 26, 2023DOI:

Cannabis overuse linked to heart failure and heart attacks
By Amanda Florian,  September 28, 2023

Lab-grown meat’s carbon footprint potentially worse than retail beef
By Amy Quinton, UC Davis May 23, 2023

The 10,000 steps gimmick
By Lydia Denworth,  Scientific American May 2023

Association of daily step count and intensity with incident dementia in 78,430 adults living in the UK
JAMA Neurol. 2022 Oct 1;79(10):1059-1063. doi: 10.1001/jamaneurol.2022.2672.

Association of magnesium consumption with type 2 diabetes and glucose metabolism: a systematic review and pooled study with trial sequential analysis
Diabetes Metab Res Rev.2020 Mar;36(3):e3243. doi: 10.1002/dmrr.3243. Epub 2019 Dec 11.

September 23

Even moderate drinking has risks
By Lydia Denworth, Scientific American  October 1, 2023

Oral anticoagulants May lower bone density, trabecular bone score
By Regina Schaffer, www.healio,com  July 15, 2021

Efficacy of bergamot: from anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidative mechanisms to clinical applications as preventive agent for cardiovascular morbidity, skin diseases and mood alterations
Food Sci Nutr. 2019 Feb; 7(2): 369–384.

I ate ultra-processed food, my twin didn’t. The results were shocking
By Aimee Kingston, Newsweek  June 27, 2023

Scientists link ultra-processed foods to depression
By Jess Thomson, September 20, 2023

Reducing stress on T cells makes them better cancer fighters
Nature September 20, 2023

Women with PCOS on keto diet may see improvement in fertility
Journal of the Endocrine Society, Volume 7, Issue 10, October 2023, bvad112

Heads up: Review supports creatine supplementation for brain health
By Asia Sherman, NutraIngredients September 8, 2023

ChatGPT shows limited ability to recommend guidelines-based cancer treatments
JAMA Oncology, 2023; DOI: 10.1001/jamaoncol.2023.2954

Common food additives singled out for cardiovascular risk
BMJ 2023;382:e076058

Study reveals potential for N-acetylcysteine (NAC) to reduce obesity complications
Front. Nutr., 19 September 2023, Sec. Nutrition and Metabolism Volume 10-2023

September 9

Police respond to ‘mass killing’ scene UN UK, find normal yoga class
By Timothy Nerozzi, Fox News September 8, 2023

Sen. McConnell reminds us that ‘just a fall’ can lead to so much more
By Nor Shaik, MD, PhD, September 7, 2023

What to know about Merkel Cell carcinoma, the rare cancer that killed Jimmy Buffett
By Jennifer Henderson, September 6, 2023

Dangerous side effects: DA warns of One Chip Challenge after Worcester teen’s death September 6, 2023

The sour taste of Snoop Dog’s sugar-soaked cereal
By Matthew Rees, Food and Health Fact#199  September 9, 2023

Conformable ultrasound breast patch for deep tissue scanning and imaging
Science Advances 28 Jul 2023 Vol 9, Issue 30 DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.adh5325

New weight-loss drugs spark debate about safety during surgery
By Randy Dotinga, September 8, 2023

To pay for weight loss drugs, some take second jobs, ring up credit card debts
By Stephanie Armour,  WSJ September 1, 2023

September 2

Higher intake of total sugar has been linked with coronary heart disease risk, but the role of individual sugars, particularly fructose, is uncertain
Am J Clin Nutr. 2023 Aug 31;S0002-9165(23)66117-9.

Kim Kardashian encourages fans to screen for cancer after getting a $2500 full body scan herself
By Jill Lupupa, Published on August 9, 2023 

Kim Kardashian’s problematic post is about more than MRIs
By N.Adam Brown,

Unwashed pillowcases contain more bacteria than toilet seats
By Brooke Kato, NY Post  June 27, 2023

Horseshoe crab blood in drug safety testing? It may not be needed much longer
By Kristina Fiore,  September 1, 2023

Comments on the new JAMA study on vitamin D and digestive cancers, August 29, 2023

Magnetic pulses delivered to the brain could help people to overcome addiction to cigarettes, but there is still a lot to learn
By Simon Makin, American Scientific  June 23, 2023


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