New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week-Edition 178
1 month ago - By Mark's Daily Apple
Research of the Week
Super high HDL levels linked to cardiac events in people with heart disease.
Regulating “eating cues” can help people lose weight .
Alcohol-related deaths are way up .
Just a small amount of physical activity lowers depression risk .
Nature always works .
Ketones may fight colorectal cancer .
New Primal Kitchen Podcasts
Primal Kitchen Podcast Episode 29 : Childhood Behavior and Preconception Care with Pediatric Naturopathic Doctor, Ari Calhoun
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Environmental toxins and obesity .
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The headlines of Master Doctor
Are Pain Meds the Only Option for Chronic Pain in Cirrhosis?
The first treatment option for any pain should be self-directed, nonpharmacologic interventions. Medscape Medical News
Kentucky Internist Admits to Role in $11M Medicare Fraud Scheme
A Kentucky internist will pay more than a half million dollars to resolve allegations of submitting false or fraudulent claims to Medicare through a telehealth scheme. Medscape...
Jury Out on Low-FODMAP Diet for Kids
There currently is insufficient evidence to routinely recommend the low-FODMAP diet to treat functional gastrointestinal disorders in children, an expert panel...
Hot Flashes From Hormone Therapy, Poorer Outcomes in Breast Cancer
Contrary to results from clinical trials, a population-based study found worse disease-free survival among patients who experience adjuvant hormone therapy-related hot...
More Reflux After Sleeve Gastrectomy vs Gastric Bypass at 10 Years
Importantly, the cumulative incidence of Barrett's esophagus was similar after both procedures and markedly lower than reported in previous trials. Medscape Medical News
Fat suits are dehumanising, so why do so many actors still wear them?
An image of Emma Thompson in the upcoming adaptation of Matilda has touched of fresh controversy about how fat people are shown on screen.
Why Beets Are Good for the Heart
Research funded by the British Heart Foundation and presented to the British Cardiovascular Society showed how beets may reduce harmful inflammation in people who have coronary...
Faces of Food Safety: Meet Summer Addo of FSIS
Summer Addo, Ph.D., is an enforcement, investigations and analysis officer , and has been with the USDA's Food Safety and Inspection Service's Office of Field Operations for...
First lawsuit filed against Daily Harvest
A Tulsa, OK resident is the first to sue Daily Harvest over its contaminated “Frech Lentil + Leek Crumbles” product. The first plaintiff is Carol Ann Ready, suing New...
Audit uncovers meat sector violations
An audit of the meat sector in Ireland has found a number of serious issues including forgery, use of meat with an expired date, and one company unable to identify its...