April 25, 2011

A Salad in Name Only

1 Misled into Making Unhealthy Food Choices?

Eating lean proteins, whole grains and produce is the healthiest way to weight loss. However, studies show that dieters are more likely than non-dieters to choose unhealthy foods when they are labeled as healthy than are non-dieters. Before you choose a salad option from the menu, “you might want to consider whether your choice is a salad in name only,” write authors Caglar Irmak, USC; Beth Vallen, Loyola U; and Stefanie Rosen Robinson, USC. Salads may include ingredients like cheese and pasta that destroy diets and, while dieters are focused on healthy eating, they may be duped. Study participants chose a “salad” that was loaded with pasta when it was identified as salad more often that when it was called pasta. The lesson? Identify ingredients in foods before you consume them.

More at Eurekalert.org | Posted 6 years ago by Melody Lesser

Tags: Diet, Salad, University of South Carolina, Unhealthy Food Choices, Caglar Irmak, Beth Vallen, Stefanie Rosen Robinson, Loyola University, Pasta, Making Healthy Food Choices

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Spice Increases Body Temp

2 Red Pepper Can Curb Appetite

Adding red pepper to your daily diet can help curb appetite, especially if you don't normally consume the spice, claim researchers from Purdue University. The researchers also believe that eating only half a teaspoon of red pepper can help you burn more calories after a meal. "Dietary changes ... like sprinkling red pepper on your meal, may be sustainable and beneficial in the long run, especially when paired with exercise and healthy eating," says Richard Mattes, professor of foods and nutrition. Researchers say that red pepper should be consumed in non-capsule form for the sensory experience (the burn) that's responsible for appetite control, a rise in body temperature and energy expenditure. The study findings were published in Physiology & Behavior.

More at Eurekalert | Posted 6 years ago by Peggy Rowland

Tags: Appetite Suppressant, Purdue University, Curb Appetite, Health Benefits Red Pepper, Manage Appetite, Burn More Calories, Physiology & Behavior

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Blame the Rain

3 Coffee Most Expensive in 34 Years

Coffee costs more now than it has in a few decades. Experts blame a decline in supply of high-grade arabica beans, as well as an increase in demand in China, Brazil, Indonesia and India. Coffee prices topped $3 per pound for the first time since the 1970s. CBS News reports that in the last seven months coffee prices have more than doubled. Heavy rain caused worse than expected harvests in Colombia, Mexico, Vietnam and Indonesia. According to International Coffee Organization, coffee inventories are at their lowest in 50 years, and that's not likely to change this year.

More at CBS News | Posted 6 years ago by Peggy Rowland

Previously: Dunn Bros Coffee Calories

Tags: Coffee Prices, Highest Coffee Prices, China Coffee Demand, Brazil Coffee, Indonesia Coffee Growers, India Coffee Supply, International Coffee Organization, Cause Coffee Price Increase, Colombia Coffee Harvest, Mexico Coffee Growers, Vietnam Coffee Harvesting

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New for Babies 9 to 23 Months

4 Bacterial Meningitis Vaccine Approved for New Ages

A bacterial meningitis vaccine called Menactra was approved by the FDA today for kids between the ages 9 months and 23 months, reports MSNBC. This is the first vaccine for bacterial meningitis approved in the U.S. for this age group. Menactra was approved previously for ages 11 to 55, plus children between the ages of 2 and 10. While bacterial meningitis is rare in the U.S., it can be deadly in just a few days, and survivors may suffer paralysis, hearing loss and mental disabilities. Bacterial meningitis is spread by sneezing, coughing and kissing.

More at MSNBC | Posted 6 years ago by Peggy Rowland

Tags: Menactra, Menactra Vaccine Approved, New Bacterial Meningitis Vaccine, Bacterial Meningitis Vaccine for Babies, Causes Hearing Loss, How Is Bacterial meningitIs Spread

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New Kind of Rest Area

5 Man Seen Urinating on Cough Drops in Walgreens

Police in Sanford, Florida would like to speak with the man recorded urinating on cough drops at a Walgreens on South French Avenue. According to Central Florida News 13, surveillance video caught the man relieving himself on cough drops on Thursday at around 11 p.m. He had tried to fill a prescription, but didn't have the proper paperwork. The urinating man covered more than 100 packages of cough drops! Police don't yet know the identity of the Walgreens cough drop urinator, but they're aiming to catch him.

More at Central Florida News 13 | Hat tip to Gawker | Posted 6 years ago by Peggy Rowland

Previously: Mylanta Recall over Alcohol Content

Tags: Gross Crimes, Cough Drops, Walgreens Video, Safety Cough Drops, Urinator, Central Florida News 13

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No Salmonella Here!

6 Safety Tips and Recipes for Leftover Easter Eggs

Hopefully, those Easter eggs you dyed last week have been safely kept in the refrigerator since they were cooked and colored so you can enjoy them in recipes this week. If they were not left out at room temperature for more than two hours after hard-boiling and kept below 40 degrees or colder, they are likely safe to eat. Although each year, there are many reports of illness caused by eggs, Easter eggs, because they are often cooked more thoroughly, are not as risky. As long as they were properly handled, dyed eggs should be safe to eat for up to one week after Easter. Try making egg salad sandwiches with light mayonnaise for a protein-packed lunch or make deviled eggs for a hearty, low-calorie between-meal snack.

More at Food Safety News | Hat tip to Mother Nature Network | Posted 6 years ago by Denise Reynolds

Previously: Lindt Easter Bunny Wins Court Case

Tags: Egg Safety, Eggs, Holiday Recipes, Easter, Holiday Cooking

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Safe and Effective

7 Eczema Creams Do Not Cause Skin Thinning in Kids

Parents of children with eczema are often concerned about both short- and long-term effects of using topical corticosteroids (TCS) to ease the itchy rash. These fears often lead to poorly managed symptoms. Researchers from the University of Sydney studied the use of steroidal skin creams in 92 children. Parents were instructed to use just enough TCS to control symptoms in the experimental group while those in the control group did not use creams. The investigators found no evidence that the children using TCS experienced skin thinning, indicating that normal, routine use is safe and effective. The study was published in the journal Pediatric Dermatology.

More at Red Orbit | Posted 6 years ago by Denise Reynolds

Previously: Daycare Before 2 Years Linked to Developing Eczema, Eczema in Kids Tied to Milk, Egg Allergies

Tags: Eczema, Eczema in Children, Topical Corticosteroids, Skin Creams, Dermatology

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In High Risk Women

8 Fish During Pregnancy Reduces Preterm Birth Risk

A new study, published in the journal Obstetrics and Gynecology, finds that among pregnant women at high risk of preterm birth, eating fish a few times a week appears to reduce the risk of delivering early. Researchers at the Nationwide Children’s Hospital compared the diets of 852 pregnant women who were at higher than average risk of preterm delivery. Those who ate two or three servings of fish per week were about 40 percent less likely to deliver early than women who ate fish less than monthly. The reason for the association is not clear, but it is suspected that nutrients in the fish may help lower the odds for early delivery. Even with these findings, the researchers still stress that pregnant women should avoid fish that are high in mercury, such as swordfish and king mackerel.

More at Reuters | Posted 6 years ago by Denise Reynolds

Previously: Mothers High Fat Diet Increases Birth Defect Risk, Fish Oil Supplements Do Not Reduce Postpartum Depression

Tags: Fish, Mercury, Omega-3 Fatty Acids, Pregnancy, Pregnancy Diet, Preterm Birth

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Symptoms Subside More Quickly

9 Acupuncture Eases Prostate Cancer Therapy Symptoms

A small cohort of men receiving hormone therapy for prostate cancer found that acupuncture may reduce the hot flashes that can occur in as many as 60 percent of men. The goal of hormone treatment is to lower testosterone levels. The hot flashes are like those experienced by women going through menopause. All 14 men received 2 half hour sessions a week for a month and they reported that the number of hot flashes went down. Researchers are not sure whether it was placebo effect that caused the hot flashes to decrease or if the symptoms simply subsided on their own. Researchers did point out that acupuncture made their symptoms go away faster than they normally would. Heart palpitations and anxiety related to prostate cancer treatment was also eased with acupuncture.

More at Yahoo! HealthDay | Posted 6 years ago by Kristie Hayes

Previously: Acupuncture Eases Symptoms Due to Menopause

Tags: Acupuncture, Hot Flashes, Prostate Cancer, Prostate Cancer Therapy, Prostate Cancer Treatment, Hormone Therapy for Prostate Cancer, Hot Flashes Due to Prostate Cancer Treatment, Side Effects of Prostate Cancer Treatment, Acupuncture to Manage Side Effects of Prostate Cancer Treatment

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Combined with New and Old Drugs

10 New Hepatitis C Drug Cures Patients Faster

Merck & Co. has found that its new hepatitis C drug, boceprevir cures patients infected with the virus quicker than the current drugs available. The FDA posted the review of the drug prior to a public meeting where there will be a discussion on whether to approve it. Another drug similar to boceprevir developed by Vertex Pharmaceuticals, Inc will also be brought forward to the FDA for approval. Both work by preventing the virus from reproducing which is different than the immune-boosting mechanism of the older medications. Both drugs will be used in combination with each other and the older drugs to keep viral loads low, very similar to how HIV drugs are used. Hepatitis C is a major reason people need liver transplants and about 12,000 patients die from it annually.

More at Yahoo! AP | Posted 6 years ago by Kristie Hayes

Previously: Triple Cocktail Shows Promise Against Hepatitis C

Tags: Boceprevir, FDA, FDA Approval, Hepatitis C, Hepatitis C Cure, Hepatitis C Treatment, Merck & Co., Vertex Pharmaceuticals Inc

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Improves Quality of Life

11 Tai Chi Good for People with Chronic Heart Failure

A study found that tai chi may give people with chronic heart failure the confidence to exercise and improve mood, increasing quality of life. Researchers looked at 100 people with chronic heart failure, 50 of whom did two one-hour sessions and 50 who received classroom instruction in heart education. Questions about their emotional state demonstrated an improvement in the tai chi group. Heart failure ends up impairing mobility and makes breathing difficult, but these results suggests that tai chi can be used in conjunction with current therapies to manage chronic heart failure and is less risky than low-to-moderate intensity exercise training. Tai chi is safe and most stick to a regimen and previous research suggests it helps people who have hypertension, fibromyalgia and stress.

More at Yahoo! AFP | Posted 6 years ago by Kristie Hayes

Previously: Tai Chi May Help Ease Symptoms of Fibromyalgia

Tags: Chronic Heart Failure, Tai Chi, Tai Chi Benefits, Tai Chi in Chronic Heart Failure Patients

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1.5 Million in Need Annually

12 China Wants to Reward Organ Donors Financially

To deal with the huge demand for organs, the Chinese government is thinking about offering financial incentives to encourage people to donate. With the exception of spouses and relatives, living donors were forbidden from donating in 2007. A national system that organized organ donation after death was launched two years later. Illegal organ trafficking has become a problem for China. They want to reward donors by reducing hospital and funerals costs. Family members who donate should get rebates, medical insurance or tuition waivers. Eventually people in China will be able to voluntarily become organ donors when they apply for driving licenses much like in the U.S. to streamline the system and expand the pool for the approximately 1.5 million people in need of an organ every year.

More at Yahoo! Reuters | Posted 6 years ago by Kristie Hayes

Previously: Ways Your Body Is Useful After Death

Tags: Living Organ Donor, Organ Donation, Organ Donation in China, Paying for Organs, Illegal Organ Trafficking

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Concern for People Who Need Both

13 Pains Meds Make Anti-Depressants Less Effective

Data from the seven-year STAR*D study, the largest study on anti-depressant use in the U.S. examined 4,000 adults concurrent use of selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) such as Prozac, Paxil and Zoloft and pain medications such as ibuprofen, aspirin and naproxen. Researchers found that 54 percent of patients not on pain medications responded to anti-depressants compared to 40 percent also taking pain medications. How anti-inflammatory pain medications lower the effectiveness of anti-depressants is unclear but this is a serious issue for people who are being treated for both conditions such as elderly people with arthritis and depression. Prior research has implied that anti-inflammatories potentiate the effects of tricyclic or noradrenergic anti-depressants.

More at Yahoo! AFP | Posted 6 years ago by Kristie Hayes

Previously: Psychiatric Drug Approved for Pain

Tags: Anti-Depressants, Aspirin, Ibuprofen, Naproxen, Pain Medications, Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors, SSRIs, Anti-Inflammatory Drugs, Tricyclic Anti-Depressants, Noradrenergic Anti-Depressants, STAR*D Study, Effects of Pain Medications on Anti-Depressants

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Trans-Fatty Acids Cut Risk

14 Omega-3 Good for Heart, Bad for Prostate

Researchers have found that high levels of the omega-3 fatty acid called docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) increased the risk of developing aggressive, high-grade prostate cancer by two and half times while trans-fatty acids cut the risk in half. This study obtained data from over 3,000 men 55 years and older who participated in the much larger Prostate Cancer Prevention Trial, half of whom developed prostate cancer. In general, omega-3s have anti-inflammatory properties and fight conditions such as heart disease while omega-6s cause inflammation which is known to increase the risk of cancer. Omega-6 fatty acids did not affect the risk of developing prostate cancer. The role of omega-3s in aggressive prostate cancer is unknown but researchers want to study its effects on other prostate cancers.

More at Science Daily | Posted 6 years ago by Kristie Hayes

Previously: Crestor May Be Useful in Treating Prostate Cancer

Tags: DHA, Docosahexaenoic Acid, Heart Disease Risk Factors, Omega 6 Fatty Acids, Omega-3 Fatty Acids, Prostate Cancer, Prostate Cancer Risk, Aggressive High Grade Prostate Cancer, Anti-Inflammatory Effects of Omega-3s, Inflammatory Effects of Omega 6s, Prostate Cancer Prevention Trial

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Allows Makers to Add Nicotine

15 Electronic Cigarettes Will Be Regulated by the FDA

Electronic cigarettes, or e-cigs, which contain nicotine plus four other compounds but release no odor or ash will be regulated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) as a tobacco product according to a ruling by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the DC circuit. The Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids was unhappy with the ruling because this it allows nicotine to be added to them, which current regulations only reserve for smoking cessation products. E-cigs contain ingredients currently approved by the FDA. They are said to be times safer than cigarettes. The Tobacco Vapor Electronic Cigarette Association is happy with the ruling.

More at Yahoo! Reuters | Posted 6 years ago by Kristie Hayes

Previously: UC: Electronic Cigarettes Safety Unproven

Tags: Cigarettes, E-Cigarettes, Electronic Cigarettes, FDA, Food and Drug Administration, Nicotine, Smoking Cessation Products, Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids, Tobacco Vapor Electronic Cigarette Association, E-Cig, U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C

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Many Likely Inhibitors Available

16 Lung-Damaging Enzyme from TB Bacterium Isolated

Researchers in Britain and the U.S. have discovered an enzyme in Mycobacterium tuberculosis, the bacteria that causes tuberculosis (TB) that destroys lung tissues, providing information that could help in developing new treatments against the disease. MMP-1 causes the tissue damage caused by the disease and there are currently inhibitors available that may treat it. Human cells were infected with TB and MMP-1 levels increased in the lungs. An inhibitor developed to treat arthritis and was shown to be safe in people successfully inhibited MMP-1 activity in the human cells. Many MMP inhibitors were developed in the 1990s because they showed potential anti-cancer activity. Researchers will have to conduct larger studies to determine if MMP inhibitors can prevent lung damage due to TB.

More at Yahoo! AFP | Posted 6 years ago by Kristie Hayes

Previously: TB Rates Lowest Ever in U.S.

Tags: TB, Tuberculosis, MMP-1, Mycobacterium Tuberculosis, Lung Tissue Damage from Tuberculosis, MMP Inhibitors, Tuberculosis Treatment

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Goal Is Prevention and Treatment

17 Merck Donating HPV Tests and Shots to Rwanda

To fight cervical cancer in Rwanda, the most frequently occurring cancer in women there, Merck and Qiagen have joined forces and are donating the Gardasil vaccine and human papillomavirus (HPV) screening test, respectively. The test will be done on women 35 to 45 years old and the vaccine will be given to girls between the ages of 12 and 15. Cervical cancer is strongly associated with two strains of HPV which the vaccine targets. Rwanda’s Minister of Health Richard Sezibera wants “. . . to create a comprehensive, coordinated program that includes HPV vaccination, cancer screening with HPV DNA testing, and treatment. . ." Worldwide, cervical cancer affects 500,000 women every year and follows breast cancer to become second most common cancer in women around the world.

More at Yahoo! AFP | Posted 6 years ago by Kristie Hayes

Previously: Older Women Should Get Cervical Cancer Screenings

Tags: Cervical Cancer, Cervical Cancer Prevention, HPV, Human Papillomavirus, Merck & Co., Gardasil, HPV Sceening, Qiagen, Cervical Cancer in Rwanda, Cervical Cancer Vaccine

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