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Conde Nast Media Group Announces Performance of 'Just Stand Up' to be Fed Live from the Stage at FASHION ROCKS to ABC, CBS and NBC's Simultaneous Broadcast of Stand Up To Cancer Nationwide Fund-Raising Event On September 5th

Ashanti, Carrie Underwood, Ciara, Fergie, Keyshia Cole, Leona Lewis, Mariah Carey, Mary J. Blige, Miley Cyrus, Rihanna, Natasha Bedingfield and Sheryl Crow To Perform NEW YORK, Sept 2 /PRNewswire/ -- Conde Nast Media Group announced today that Ashanti, Carrie Underwoo...

Contamination of the Environment by Antibiotics Fed to Livestock

Approximately 9 and 13 million kilograms of antibiotics are used to raise live stocks in the US annually. These antibiotics are used for growth advancement and disease prevention purposes. Large amounts of antibiotics from these animals end up as manure, which is commonly applied to agricultural ...

Breast Fed Children also Likely to Gain Weight on Adulthood

Breast feed provides a protective shield in early childhood. But new research show that the effect of this does not carry through to adolescence and adulthood. Child// fed on breastfeed can grow to be obese just as a child fed on bottle feed. The earlier study had pressed the government health...

Breast Fed Children Have Better Eyesight

According to a study conducted by British researchers, breast fed babies have a better vision when compared to their bottle fed counterparts//. This once again goes on to prove the numerous benefits of breast feeding. This study was conducted by Institute of Child Health in London among 262 c...

Breast Fed Infants Do Not Bed Wet In Childhood

Researchers from the Robert Wood Johnson Medical School in New Brunswick, New Jersey have reported that breast fed infants are less likely to indulge in bed wetting //as children since they seem to have a developmental edge. "There is biological plausibility in inferring that breast-feeding p...

New Born Breast Fed Babies Will Serve As Growth Yardstick

New born breast fed babies’ growth pattern will become the benchmark against which the growth of babies will be measured. This will indeed mark a sea change from the practice of almost 4 decades, //where babies have always been measured against a growth chart formulated on the growth pattern portra...

Michael Jackson Could Have Been Going Through 'Male Menopause', says SimplyAgeless411

...mediate. Norris says that men in their 40s, 50s, and 60s are contacting SimplyAgeless411 for advice and direction on hormone therapy. "They are fed up with going to their doctors only to be told that their blood tests are 'normal' and that there is nothing physically wrong with them," she says. "A...

Social Stress Sends Body Fat to the Stomach

...e said in a Wake Forest news release. In the study, designed to see how social status affects the development of heart disease, female monkeys were fed a Western-style diet that contained fat and cholesterol. The monkeys were housed in groups and naturally established a pecking order from dominant to ...

Gut Hormone Could be Key to Blood Sugar

...all intestine, triggering a message to the brain which, in turn, tells the liver to stop producing glucose. Lam and colleagues also found that rats fed a high-fat diet for a few days became resistant to CCK. They said their findings suggest that CCK resistance, like insulin resistance, may be a maj...

SimplyAgeless Believes Michael Jackson Could Have Been Going Through 'Male Menopause'

...mediate. Norris says that men in their 40s, 50s, and 60s are contacting SimplyAgeless411 for advice and direction on hormone therapy. "They are fed up with going to their doctors only to be told that their blood tests are 'normal' and that there is nothing physically wrong with them," she says. "A...

Dementia induced and blocked in Parkinson's fly model

...d that curcumin, a derivative of the spice turmeric, blocks alpha-synuclein aggregation in cell models of Parkinson's disease. Based on this, Seugnet fed curcumin to a new batch of flies, repeated the tests and found middle-aged flies with alpha-synuclein retained their ability to learn as well as norma...

ACC Responds to Study Published in Pediatrics About Phthalate and IV Tubing

...wborns who are too small or whose digestive system is too compromised to be fed normally. This study explores the relationship between a condition called...x of the newborns in this study developed cholestasis even though they were fed with phthalate-free tubing. In short, the authors' conclusions that 'the st...

Pinpointing cause of colic: UT Houston researchers identify organism

... to other gastrointestinal conditions such as irritable bowel syndrome, celiac disease and allergic gastroenteropathies." Babies in the study were fed breast milk and/or formula. Previous research articles have not shown significant data supporting the theory that breastfeeding protects infants again...

Pre-chewed Food Could Transmit HIV

...oner, Marion Donohoe, was very thorough in her questioning about feeding practices, and she asked about pre-mastication. It turned out this mother had fed her daughter pre-chewed food," Gaur said. When Gaur contacted Dominguez at the CDC about the possible case of transmission via pre-chewed foo...

Econiche(TM) Vaccine Efficacy Summarized in July Issue of Foodborne Pathogens and Disease

... Smith, Rodney A. Moxley, Terry J. Klopfenstein, and Galen E. Erickson. This article summarized a large-scale clinical vaccine trial of commercially fed cattle in 2005 that tested the efficacy of vaccinating all cattle in within the feedyard using a two-dose regimen of Econiche. 504 cattle were randoml...

Researchers find that eating high levels of fructose impairs memory in rats

...sor at Georgia State's Neuroscience Institute and Department of Psychology, fed a group of Sprague-Dawley rats a diet where fructose represented 60 percent...e the platform was when you take it away. They swam more randomly than rats fed a control diet." Fructose, unlike another sugar, glucose, is processed a...

Mathematics taking guesswork out of plastic surgery tissue transfer

...eart disease, cancer and stroke. To obtain tissue for reconstructive surgery, plastic surgeons cut away a segment of tissue, called a flap, that is fed by a single set of perforator vessels an artery and vein that travel through underlying muscle to support skin and fat. Surgeons generally agree that...

Study finds citrus-derived flavonoid prevents obesity

...ed online in the journal Diabetes . In the study one group of mice was fed a high-fat (western) diet to induce the symptoms of metabolic syndrome. A second group was fed the exact same diet and treated with naringenin. Naringenin corrected the ...

Local Heart Doctors First in Nation to Announce Active Investigation of Red Wine (Resveratrol) Pills, Issue Consumer Precautions

... life of yeast cells in a lab dish. Since then resveratrol has been proven to extend the life of fruit flies, roundworms, cold-water fish and high-fat fed mice. "We will cautiously begin some studies, to measure markers, like inflammation, cholesterol, blood clotting, and maybe even imaging of coro...

Pluronic L-81 is a potential anti-diabetic drug?

...ffects of L-81 on apolipoprotein B (apoB) secretion and the mRNA level of the MTP gene. In their study, Genetically diabetic (db /db ) mice were fed on chow supplemented with or without L-81 for 4 wk. The body weight, plasma glucose level, plasma lipid profile, and adipocyte volume of the db /db mi...

New Study Shows Daily Sex Can Increase Sperm Count

...n be found in certain pesticides, herbicides, fungicides, plastics, fuels, car exhausts, dry cleaning chemicals, industrial waste, meat from livestock fed estrogenic drugs to fatten them up, lawn care solutions and hair products. Even that "healthy" bottle of water you carry around can leach x...

Artificial liver for drug tests

...esearchers put the model into a computer-controlled bioreactor with flexible tube pump, developed by the IGB. This enables the nutrient solution to be fed in and carried away in the same way as in veins and arteries in humans. "The cells were active for up to three weeks," says Dr. Schanz. "This time was...

Eggland's Best and Award-Winning Fitness Trainer Cathe Friedrich Launch National Health and Fitness Program

... shell assures consumers that the eggs meet the highest standards of quality for Better Taste, Better Nutrition, Better Eggs. Eggland's Best hens are fed a strictly controlled, high-quality, all-natural, all-vegetarian diet without added hormones, antibiotics or steroids of any kind. Eggland's Best egg...

New Study Shows that Prebiotics, as Used by Jackson GI Medical, Increases Lifespan by 33%

...he controlled clinical study was conducted on rats and showed that the rats fed prebiotics had an 80% survival rate to 24 months versus a 50% survival rate for the control group rats that were not fed prebiotics. Additionally, the "prebiotic" rats showed material re...

Sleep May Be Essential for Long-Term Memory

...re transformed from short-term into long-term memories." Researchers tested their theories by implanting electrodes in the brains of mice that were fed a special diet to disrupt their trisynaptic circuits. These circuits, found in the hippocampus, are now confirmed to play a crucial role in processing...

Equine Obesity is Associated with Significant Health Issues, Including Insulin Resistance and Laminitis

...Group recommendations, and provides a complete, readily absorbable balance of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and fatty acids ideal for the grass hay fed horse. Eleanor Kellon, VMD, a recognized expert in the field of horse nutrition, was instrumental in the final preparation. "We have found that c...

Death at Assisted Living Facility Points to Desperate Need for Better Regulations from the State

...center in Hatfield, PA., was indicted for involuntary manslaughter in the death of a 79-year-old resident, Ronald Myers, there last October 9. She had fed Mr. Myers hot cereal, which severely scalded his lips, tongue, and mouth. He could not speak and was left untreated for nearly a day and died several ...

Horse Study: RBC Life Sciences' Antioxidant, Microhydrin, Reduced Lactic Acid Buildup and Improved Hydration During Strenuous Exercise

... exercise. A similar study in human cyclists undergoing an endurance test showed a nearly 24% reduction in blood lactate concentration. The mares fed Microhydrin antioxidant also lost less water weight during exercise, according to the study. Similarly, the human study showed that the cyclists maint...

Breast-Feeding Boosts Child's School Performance

...well." It could be that factors that determine whether or not a baby is breast-fed are an important piece of the puzzle, Katz noted. "Why a baby is fed one way or another may matter as much as which way a baby is fed," he said. "A study of association such as this cannot fully resolve that issue." ...

Farmed fish may pose risk for mad cow disease

...supply. Friedland and his co-authors suggest farmed fish could transmit Creutzfeldt Jakob disease--commonly known as mad cow disease--if they are fed byproducts rendered from cows. The scientists urge government regulators to ban feeding cow meat or bone meal to fish until the safety of this common ...

Cornflakes, White Bread Could Boost Heart Risk

...ut overweight or obese men and women, aged 35 to 60. None had diabetes or a history of hospitalizations for cardiovascular disease. The researchers fed the men and women on four different mornings, following overnight fasts. They were served either glucose, cornflakes, high-fiber cereal or water, in d...

The microbial hydrocarbon diet

... first in the presence of sugar or another standard feedstuff in conjunction with a small amount of the pollutant material. Successive generations are fed an increasing proportion of the pollutant until their growth is optimized for digestion of that compound rather than the sugar. These optimized mic...

Need a Walking Partner? Try a Dog

...eight lost by 36 overweight people who were paired with an obese dog with the weight lost by 56 overweight people who participated alone. Pets were fed a calorie-controlled diet. When their ideal body weight was reached, based on their breed and age, the animals were put on a maintenance diet. People ...

Soyfoods a Healthy Choice for Men

...ody of U.S. government and National Institute of Health-sponsored human and primate research, in which controlled amounts of isoflavones from soy were fed and no effect on quantity, quality or motility of sperm were observed. In fact, a small-scale, preliminary study by Dr. Jorge Chavarro (1) found that ...

‘HairConfirm' Is First Drug Test of Its Kind to Report Low/Medium/High Usage; Now Available at Local Discount Drug Marts

...duct measures the molecules embedded inside the hair shaft, eliminating external contamination as a source of a positive result. Since hair growth is fed by the bloodstream, the ingestion of drugs of abuse is revealed by analyzing a lock of hair. HairConfirm test results cannot be altered with shampoos,...

New Ad Campaign Asks D.C. Commuters 'Who's Hogging Our Antibiotics?'

... Up to 70 percent of antibiotics are fed to animals on factory farms WASHINGTON, June ...n. Up to 70 percent of human antibiotics are being fed to animals on factory farms, which promotes the de... tetracycline, erythromycin and ciproflaxin -- are fed in low doses to large herds or flocks daily, often...

MIT: New system monitors fetal heartbeat

...h several ECG electrodes. (The prototype has 32, but that number will be lower in the final device.) The data collected from those electrodes are then fed to a monitor and analyzed with the new algorithm, which in turn separates the different signals. Multidimensional View Clifford notes that "on...

New Study Shows Probiotics Linked to Metabolism

...ow probiotics have a tangible effect on metabolism. Researchers from Imperial College London and Nestle Research Center in Lausanne, Switzerland, fed mice two different strains of probiotics, Lactobacillus paracasei and Lactobacillus rhamnosus. Each strain showed a range of biochemical effects that...

Bioniche Represented at House of Commons Sub-Committee on Food Safety

...d Disease outlining the outcome of a clinical vaccine trial of commercially fed cattle that tested the effect of a two-dose regimen of Econiche against typ...li O157:H7 colonization of the terminal rectal mucosa (TRM) of commercially fed cattle at harvest. In this study, vaccinated cattle were 92% less likely to...

Carbohydrate restriction may slow prostate tumor growth

...gy Award, and the Robert C. Atkins Foundation. Animals in the study were fed one of three diets: a very high fat/ no carbohydrate diet; a low-fat/ high ...then injected with prostate tumors at the same time. "The mice that were fed a no-carbohydrate diet experienced a 40 to 50 percent prolonged survival ov...
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