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An Orange a day may prevent age-related vision loss

safety-lane.com 07105 chiropractic-lane.com NEWARK  http://bit.ly/1DCt06V AN ORANGE A DAY MAY PREVENT AGE-RELATED VISION LOSS If you want to prevent losing your vision as you age and keep your eyes healthy, eat oranges daily, says a study led by an Indian origin researcher. Macular degeneration is a condition associated with old age that causes vision loss at… Read more »

More Than 90 Percent Of Smokers Using E-cigarettes Still Smoking A Year Later

safety-lane.com 07105 chiropractic-lane.com NEWARK  http://bit.ly/1DCt06V More Than 90 Percent Of Smokers Using E-cigarettes Still Smoking A Year Later Users of e-cigarettes and other electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDS) in the United States are no more likely to quit smoking cigarettes than people who don’t use such devices, according to a study by a group of tobacco… Read more »

Smoke exposure during pregnancy and infancy tied to hearing loss

safety-lane.com 07105 chiropractic-lane.com NEWARK  http://bit.ly/1DCt06V Smoke exposure during pregnancy and infancy tied to hearing loss Lisa Rapaport (Reuters Health) – Kids exposed to tobacco smoke in the womb and early in infancy could have double the odds of developing hearing loss compared with children who were not exposed to tobacco at all, a Japanese study suggests…. Read more »

safety-lane.com 07105 chiropractic-lane.com NEWARK  http://bit.ly/1DCt06V Chemical Triggers Breast Cancer Ronald Grisanti D.C., D.A.B.C.O., D.A.C.B.N., M.S A study reveals that chemicals found in cleaning materials, textiles, plastics, paper and some personal-care products can trigger breast cancer. According to the senior author of the study, William Baldwin, an assistant professor of biological sciences at the University of Texas… Read more »

Vegetarian Diet Improves HbA1c, Reduces CV Risk in Diabetes

safety-lane.com 07105 chiropractic-lane.com NEWARK  http://bit.ly/1DCt06V Vegetarian Diet Improves HbA1c, Reduces CV Risk in Diabetes Vegan and vegetarian diets help lower HbA1c and cholesterol levels and improve other cardiometabolic risk factors in middle-aged, overweight people controlling their type 2 diabetes with medications, say authors of a literature review published online in Clinical Nutrition. Effie Viguiliouka, MSc, with the Clinical Nutrition and… Read more »

Multivitamins, Minerals Do Not Improve Your Heart Function

safety-lane.com 07105 chiropractic-lane.com NEWARK  http://bit.ly/1DCt06V Patients who took multivitamins and minerals did not have improved CV outcomes, according to a review and meta-analysis published in Circulation: Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes. “Although multivitamin and mineral supplements taken in moderation rarely cause direct harm, we urge people to protect their heart health by understanding their individual risk for heart… Read more »

Chocolate milk may be better than sports drinks for exercise recovery

safety-lane.com 07105 chiropractic-lane.com NEWARK  http://bit.ly/1DCt06V Chocolate milk may be better than sports drinks for exercise recovery Athletes who drink chocolate milk during exercise or after a hard workout may recover just as quickly as they would with sports drinks, a research review suggests. What people eat and drink during intense exercise and afterward can impact how… Read more »

A Frightening New Reason to Worry About Air Pollution

safety-lane.com 07105 chiropractic-lane.com NEWARK  http://bit.ly/1DCt06V A Frightening New Reason to Worry About Air Pollution A massive study solidifies the link between particulates from cars and diabetes It’s fairly well known that a bad diet, a lack of exercise, and genetics can all contribute to type 2 diabetes. But a new global study points to an additional,… Read more »

Cancer diagnosis tied to increased risk of diabetes

safety-lane.com 07105 chiropractic-lane.com NEWARK  http://bit.ly/1DCt06V Cancer diagnosis tied to increased risk of diabetes Lisa Rapaport (Reuters Health) – People who get diagnosed with cancer may be more likely to develop diabetes, a Korean study suggests. The study included 524,089 men and women, ages 20 to 70, who didn’t have cancer or diabetes at the start. By… Read more »