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After Sleeve Gastrectomy Alcohol Tolerance Decreases

safety-lane.com 07105 chiropractic-lane.com NEWARK http://bit.ly/1DCt06V After Sleeve Gastrectomy Alcohol Tolerance Decreases A new study reveals that after sleeve gastrectomy, women can become legally intoxicated if they consume half the number of drinks it takes for women who haven’t had the surgery to register as drunk. Two drinks have the effect of four or five! And this… Read more »

Balding, premature graying tied to higher heart disease risk

safety-lane.com 07105 chiropractic-lane.com NEWARK http://bit.ly/1DCt06V Balding, premature graying tied to higher heart disease risk Male-pattern baldness and premature greying are associated with a greater risk of heart disease before the age of 40 than obesity, according to a new study from India. Does this mean that doctors should be screening our hairline alongside traditional risk factors such as… Read more »

Living in Very Cold Climate and Increases Cancer Risk

safety-lane.com 07105 chiropractic-lane.com NEWARK http://bit.ly/1DCt06V Living in Very Cold Climate and Increases Cancer Risk Populations living in extremely cold or high-altitude environments have genes that boost survival but that also predispose individuals to cancer later in life, especially lung, breast, and colorectal cancer, according to researchers. Analysis of data from the GLOBOCAN-2012 survey of worldwide cancer… Read more »

Synthetic Cannabis-like Drug Effective for Sleep Apnea

safety-lane.com 07105 chiropractic-lane.com NEWARK http://bit.ly/1DCt06V Synthetic Cannabis-like Drug Effective for Sleep Apnea Dronabinol, a synthetic form of the cannabis compound   tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), shows efficacy in the treatment of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), possibly representing a first pharmacologic approach to the tough-to-treat but potentially serious condition. “These findings support the therapeutic potential of cannabinoids in patients with… Read more »

Chemical Exposures May Explain Disparities in Diabetes Risk

safety-lane.com 07105 chiropractic-lane.com NEWARK http://bit.ly/1DCt06V Chemical Exposures May Explain Disparities in Diabetes Risk The higher rates of diabetes seen in some ethnic groups, such as African American and Latino populations, may be due in part to increased exposure to endocrine-disrupting chemicals (EDCs) found in everyday items and left over from former industrial and pesticide use, suggest… Read more »

Diabetes and Adiposity Cause 1 in 20 Cancers Worldwide

safety-lane.com 07105 chiropractic-lane.com NEWARK http://bit.ly/1DCt06V Diabetes and Adiposity Cause 1 in 20 Cancers Worldwide Nearly 6% of cancers, equating to almost 800,000 cases globally, were attributable to type 2 diabetes and overweight/obesity in 2012, new data show, with adiposity being responsible for almost twice as many cases as diabetes. The study represents the first to estimate… Read more »

Dr. Lane’s Thoughts IX

1) I have had a problem with extreme sensitivity with one of my teeth for a while.  Patricia (mi esposa Colombiana) suggested that I see an ancient endodontist name Jack Levi, DDS. Dr. Levi is probably famed as an original member of one of the 12 Tribes of Israel and looks the part.  He graduated dental school… Read more »

These two nutritional supplements help improve cognitive function in healthy young adults

safety-lane.com 07105 chiropractic-lane.com NEWARK http://bit.ly/1DCt06V Two nutritional supplements improve cognitive function in healthy young adults Research has demonstrated the benefits of the carotenoids lutein and zeaxanthin on eye health, and some research had emerged on their benefits on cognition in older adults.  Lutein is selectively incorporated into the macula as well as the brain. Lutein levels… Read more »

Sleep Apnea May Boost Alzheimer’s Risk

safety-lane.com 07105 chiropractic-lane.com NEWARK http://bit.ly/1DCt06V Sleep Apnea May Boost Alzheimer’s Risk A new study suggests that obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) may have a role in amyloid accumulation in the brain, increasing the risk for Alzheimer’s disease (AD). In a longitudinal study of cognitively normal older adults, biomarkers of increased amyloid burden increased over time in those… Read more »

How Your Body Keeps Time

safety-lane.com 07105 chiropractic-lane.com NEWARK http://bit.ly/1DCt06V How Your Body Keeps Time By Aimee Swartz SHARE TWEET PIN IT EMAIL COMMENT PRINT Photo: Chad Baker/Getty Images Whether you know it or not, you have an internal body clock that follows a daily 24-cycle known as a circadian rhythm. Our body clock, also known as a circadian clock, responds primarily… Read more »