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Bad to the Bones: What to Avoid for Bone Health

safety-lane.com 07105 chiropractic-lane.com NEWARK http://bit.ly/1DCt06V Bad to the Bones: What to Avoid for Bone Health Too Much Salt The more salt you eat, the more calcium your body gets rid of, which means it’s not there to help your bones. Foods like breads, cheeses, chips, and cold cuts have some of the highest counts. You don’t… Read more »

Commonly prescribed drugs lead to nearly 50% higher dementia in older adults

safety-lane.com 07105 chiropractic-lane.com NEWARK http://bit.ly/1DCt06V Commonly prescribed drugs lead to nearly 50% higher dementia in older adults Scientists have long found a possible link between anticholinergic drugs and an increased risk of dementia. A study published in the journal JAMA Internal Medicine on Monday suggests that the link is strongest for certain classes of anticholinergic drugs… Read more »

Gut Bacteria Is Associated With Chronic Pain

safety-lane.com 07105 chiropractic-lane.com NEWARK http://bit.ly/1DCt06V Gut Bacteria Is Associated With Chronic Pain We’ve heard about everything from the gut microbiome’s role in inflammation to its impact on the development of certain diseases, and most recently, a potential new link to chronic pain. A new study published in the journal Pain found that patients with fibromyalgia, a condition often characterized by chronic… Read more »

Father’s smoking during pregnancy tied to asthma in kids

safety-lane.com 07105 chiropractic-lane.com NEWARK http://bit.ly/1DCt06V Father’s smoking during pregnancy tied to asthma in kids Children who are exposed to tobacco smoke from their fathers while they’re in the womb may be more likely than those who are not to develop asthma by age 6, according to a study of chemical changes to DNA. While prenatal smoke… Read more »

‘Remarkable’ Findings From Diabetes Prevention Trial

safety-lane.com 07105 chiropractic-lane.com NEWARK http://bit.ly/1DCt06V ‘Remarkable’ Findings From Diabetes Prevention Trial Middle-aged patients with impaired glucose tolerance (IGT) who can delay their progression to type 2 diabetes by 6 years — usually by making lifestyle changes — have a lower risk of diabetes-related complications when they are in their 70s, Asian researchers report.   Guangwei Li,… Read more »

Loss of Smell Linked to Alzheimer’s Disease

safety-lane.com 07105 chiropractic-lane.com NEWARK http://bit.ly/1DCt06V Loss of Smell Linked to Alzheimer’s Disease Rallie McAllister, M.D., M.P.H. A simple scratch-and-sniff test may help doctors identify patients at risk for Alzheimer’s disease. The results of a study published in JAMA suggest that folks who have difficulty identifying familiar smells including cinnamon, lemon, and gasoline are more likely to… Read more »

Foods Your Dog Should Never Eat

safety-lane.com 07105 chiropractic-lane.com NEWARK http://bit.ly/1DCt06V Foods Your Dog Should Never Eat Dangerous Foods for Dogs Who can resist those big brown eyes and cute doggie grin? Can a little reward from the table or getting into Mom or Dad’s stuff really hurt your dog? Well, that depends on what it is and what’s in it. If… Read more »

White meat is just as bad for you as red beef when it comes to your cholesterol

safety-lane.com 07105 chiropractic-lane.com NEWARK http://bit.ly/1DCt06V White meat is just as bad for you as red beef when it comes to your cholesterol  The red meat or white meat debate is a draw: Eating white meat, such as poultry, will have an identical effect on your cholesterol level as eating red beef, new research indicates. The long-held… Read more »

Drinking coffee, even 25 cups a day, not bad for your heart

safety-lane.com 07105 chiropractic-lane.com NEWARK http://bit.ly/1DCt06V Drinking coffee, even 25 cups a day, not bad for your heart A new study published Monday June 3, 2019 states that coffee isn’t as bad for the human heart as previously thought. Researchers with the William Harvey Research Institute at Queen Mary University of London said they debunked previous studies that claimed drinking coffee —… Read more »

Ultra-Processed Food, Drink Tied to Heart Disease, Earlier Death

safety-lane.com 07105 chiropractic-lane.com NEWARK http://bit.ly/1DCt06V Ultra-Processed Food, Drink Tied to Heart Disease, Earlier Death Adults whose diet included more ultra-processed foods and beverages — such as ice cream, soda, and hamburgers — were more likely to develop cardiovascular disease (CVD) or die sooner than others who had a more wholesome diet, in two large European cohorts…. Read more »