Monthly Archives: November 2018

Why Your Bones Can Feel That It Will Rain

safety-lane.com 07105 chiropractic-lane.com NEWARK http://bit.ly/1DCt06V Why Your Bones Can Feel That It Will Rain Have you ever felt like you know when it will rain because your muscles and joints hurt?  Maybe it isn’t you who feels this way but someone in your family, usually older (whatever “older” means to you: that could be someone in your 20s, 30, 70s – I… Read more »

Let’s Get Rid of Belly Fat

safety-lane.com 07105 chiropractic-lane.com NEWARK http://bit.ly/1DCt06V Let’s Get Rid of Belly Fat Shape matters. If yours resembles a snowman or snow-woman (you know, three circles on top of each other), you’re ready for the four-step, bulging-belly makeover. Your goal: guys — a waist 35 inches or smaller; gals — 32.5 or smaller. Your reward: a flatter stomach,… Read more »

Weight loss after menopause tied to lower breast cancer risk

safety-lane.com 07105 chiropractic-lane.com NEWARK http://bit.ly/1DCt06V Weight loss after menopause tied to lower breast cancer risk Older women who lose weight may have a lower risk of developing invasive breast cancer than those who maintain or gain weight, a large U.S. study suggests. While obesity has long been linked to an increased risk of breast cancer, previous… Read more »

Dementia risk: Five-minute scan ‘can predict cognitive decline’

safety-lane.com 07105 chiropractic-lane.com NEWARK http://bit.ly/1DCt06V Dementia risk: Five-minute scan ‘can predict cognitive decline‘ A five-minute scan could be used to spot people at risk of dementia before symptoms appear, researchers claim. Scientists used ultrasound scanners to look at blood vessels in the necks of more than 3,000 people and monitored them over the next 15 years…. Read more »

High blood pressure before age 40 tied to earlier strokes and heart disease

safety-lane.com 07105 chiropractic-lane.com NEWARK http://bit.ly/1DCt06V High blood pressure before age 40 tied to earlier strokes, heart disease (Reuters Health) – People who develop high blood pressure before age 40 have a higher risk of heart disease and strokes in middle age, two new studies suggest. One of the studies followed 4,800 young adults in the U.S…. Read more »

Hugs might help avoid bad moods after disagreements

safety-lane.com 07105 chiropractic-lane.com NEWARK http://bit.ly/1DCt06V Hugs might help avoid bad moods after disagreements (Reuters Health) – People who get hugs are less likely to experience a bad mood after a disagreement than those who don’t receive this kind of affection, a small study suggests. While close personal touch and meaningful social interactions with other people have… Read more »

‘Strongest Evidence to Date’ Ties Maternal Smoking to Psychosis

safety-lane.com 07105 chiropractic-lane.com NEWARK http://bit.ly/1DCt06V ‘Strongest Evidence to Date’ Ties Maternal Smoking to Psychosis A Finnish study provides the most definitive evidence to date linking prenatal nicotine exposure to increased risk for schizophrenia in offspring, researchers say. Investigators found a 38% increased likelihood of schizophrenia in young adults whose mothers smoked heavily while pregnant, as evidenced… Read more »

Cannabis tied to serious type 1 diabetes complications

safety-lane.com 07105chiropractic-lane.comNEWARKhttp://bit.ly/1DCt06V Cannabis tied to serious type 1 diabetes complications People with type 1 diabetes may be more likely to develop potentially fatal complications when they use cannabis, a recent study suggests. Researchers surveyed 450 patients with type 1 diabetes in Colorado, where cannabis is legal for medical and recreational use. Overall, 30 percent of… Read more »

Appetite Controlling Hormones

safety-lane.com 07105chiropractic-lane.comNEWARKhttp://bit.ly/1DCt06V Appetite Controlling Hormones New research might help you stop overeating.  We’ve talked about how being obese interferes with the proper functioning of your appetite-regulating gastrointestinal hormones leptin (“I’m satisfied”) and ghrelin (“Feed me!”). Well, researchers have identified why another appetite-regulating, gastro-hormone, uroguanylin, stops doing its job. Turns out it’s not obesity but overeating… Read more »

Alzheimer’s: Why is the Brain Deteriorating?

safety-lane.com 07105 chiropractic-lane.com NEWARK  http://bit.ly/1DCt06V Alzheimer’s: Why is the Brain Deteriorating? Ronald Grisanti D.C., D.A.B.C.O., D.A.C.B.N., M.S. After considerable research it is interesting to bring you up to speed on documented evidence of things which answer the question. “Why is the human brain deteriorating faster than the rest of the body?” There are a multitude of… Read more »