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Saliva Test May Someday Replace Diabetes Blood Test

Saliva Test May Someday Replace Diabetes Blood Test There are 65 proteins that can be found at levels twice as great in the saliva of diabetics as in that of healthy people, a recent study found.     The scientists from Oregon and India who performed the investigation speculated that their work may provide the basis for develop... Read More

Blog Post: Stuart Diamond, Editor-in-Chief - May 22, 2009

Blog Post: Stuart Diamond, Editor-in-Chief - May 22, 2009 Is Coffee Good or Bad? So here is another story proclaiming the benefits of coffee. The International Journal of Sport Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism reports that a cup coffee before high intensity exercise reduces muscle pain thus helping the avid muscle grower work harder. Well, whe... Read More

Knowledge of Fat-Making Complex Could Fight Obesity

Knowledge of Fat-Making Complex Could Fight Obesity In an advance that has implications for new anti-obesity and anti-cancer drugs, a “movie” has been made of how a molecular complex in the human cell performs a “dance” in which it dramatically changes shape to promote all of the stages of fat synthesis.   &nb... Read More

Vitamin D Deficiency Linked to Teen Cardiovascular Problems

Vitamin D Deficiency Linked to Teen Cardiovascular Problems Adolescents with low levels of vitamin D in their blood have a greater frequency of high blood pressure and elevated blood sugar, a recent study revealed, leaving them vulnerable to later heart problems and diabetes.     The research supports other work done in adults, which h... Read More

Expert Commentary: Dr. Elliot Goodman, MD April 22, 2009

Expert Commentary: Dr. Elliot Goodman, MD April 22, 2009 The latest study reported at the American Heart Association's Cardiovascular Disease Epidemiology and Prevention annual conference confirms what we are seeing all around us - our children are getting fatter.  The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention tells us that 24 percent of... Read More

Nicotine-Replacement Aids Help in Quitting Smoking

Nicotine-Replacement Aids Help in Quitting Smoking President Obama’s love-hate affair with cigarettes is emblematic of that of thousands of other smokers in America who would like to quit but who are repeatedly pulled back into tobacco’s orbit by stress and addictive urges. But with all the aids available to smokers today in ter... Read More

Awareness Needed of Female Heart Attack Signs

Awareness Needed of Female Heart Attack Signs Women need to become far more aware than they are of the signs of a heart attack, which differ significantly from heart attack symptoms in men, many doctors say.     And they desperately need to be educated in how to avoid heart problems in the first place. Why? Because heart ... Read More

Early Erectile Dysfunction May Predict Heart Disease

Early Erectile Dysfunction May Predict Heart Disease Erectile dysfunction in men 40 to 49 years old is associated with a doubled risk of heart disease, according to a recent study. And men with erectile dysfunction overall have an 80 percent greater chance of developing a heart condition. Researchers at the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota, who publi... Read More

For Obese, Losing a Little Helps a Lot

For Obese, Losing a Little Helps a Lot If obese people lose even a moderate amount of weight, their risk of developing serious health problems, especially heart disease, is dramatically lowered, according to a recent study.     The research, done by doctors at the Methodist DeBakey Heart and Vascular Center in Hous... Read More

Metabolic Abnormalities Linked to a Form of Dementia

Metabolic Abnormalities Linked to a Form of Dementia The condition known as metabolic syndrome – a group of abnormalities that opens the door to heart disease and diabetes – appears to be linked with an amplified risk of developing so-called vascular dementia , but not Alzheimer’s disease, a recent study revealed. Vascular... Read More

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