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Cannabis tied to serious type 1 diabetes complications 07105chiropractic-lane.comNEWARK 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 07105chiropractic-lane.comNEWARK 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? 07105 NEWARK 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 »

Secondhand Smoke Tied to Depression in Kids after 1 Year 07105 NEWARK Secondhand Smoke Tied to Depression in Kids after 1 Year Exposure to secondhand smoke (SHS) is linked to depressive symptoms in children and teens — at baseline and 1 year later, new research shows. Dr Karen Wilson A study of more than 1500 elementary school students in the Montreal, Canada area… Read more »

Gum disease linked to higher blood pressure 07105 NEWARK Gum disease linked to higher blood pressure Poor oral health makes it harder to for people with hypertension to manage their blood pressure, a new study suggests. Among people being treated for hypertension (high blood pressure), those with gum disease had average blood pressure readings 2 to 3 mmHg (milligrams of… Read more »

Lavender’s Antianxiety Effects Are Real 07105 NEWARK Lavender’s Antianxiety Effects Are Real The scent of lavender has long been thought to have calming, antianxiety effects, but the biological mechanism behind this phenomenon has been something of a mystery — until now. Researchers in Japan found that the vaporized lavender compound linalool triggers a relaxing effect by directly stimulating… Read more »

Simple Defense Against Diabetes 07105 NEWARK Simple Defense Against Diabetes You know that simple exercise (like walking) every day is important, as well as ridding your diet of added sugars and syrups, highly processed foods and red meats (especially processed red meats) are essential parts of your defense. But did you know that eating whole grains puts… Read more »

More Evidence Herpes Virus Strongly Tied to Alzheimer’s 07105 NEWARK More Evidence Herpes Virus Strongly Tied to Alzheimer’s Mounting research is helping to cement a proposed link between the herpes virus and Alzheimer’s disease (AD). Dr Ruth Itzhaki The researcher who got the ball rolling nearly 30 years ago by first uncovering the herpes-AD relationship believes it’s time to investigate the… Read more »

Walk Your Way to Health! 07105 NEWARK Walk Your Way to Health! FROM THE AMERICAN CHIROPRACTIC ASSOCIATION October is National Chiropractic Health Month and there’s still plenty of time left to create an exercise routine and get moving! This month, the American Chiropractic Association (ACA) is encouraging people to move more, to #Move4Life. Staying active is an important part… Read more »