Mayo Clinic & New England Journal
Mayo Clinic is a not-for-profit medical practice and medical research group specializing in treating difficult patients (tertiary care). The New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) is an English-language peer-reviewed medical journal published by the Massachusetts Medical Society./5
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THEY'RE COMING FOR YOUR VITAMINS FOLKS! FOOD FOR THOUGHT Compiled or written by Larry Heisler, M.A., LMT How is it my friends that you and I didn't hear a peep about this major study conducted by the New England Journal of Medicine? Essentially it was the biggest study of it's kind, and it dramatically confirmed that the Mediterranean Diet is the cats meow! This is something that we knew definitively with Nathan Pritikin at the Mayo Clinic a way back in the 1970's. Well welcome to the show JAMA. Glad you finally made it. Think of how many people could have been helped over the 35 years. Just saying... Does anyone out there want to speculate why your vitamins have become so dangerous all of a sudden? All over the world the pharmaceutical industry with the help of big government has moved to take over the vitamin industry. All under the guise of safety, quackery and professional standards. These are the folks whose drugs kill six figures every year. You would think that would be on the front page of the NY ...
U.S.: Mayo Clinic Says Teens Shouldn't Use Medical Marijuana For Chronic Pain Submitted by steveelliott on Mon, 06/17/2013 - 20:44 2013 cbs news chronic pain j. michael bostwick mayo clinic mayo clinic proceedings medical marijuana Medicinal Cannabis post-bulletin science daily teens 'Conclusions' Based Upon Anecdotal Evidence From Just 3 Patients By Steve Elliott Hemp News Medical marijuana should be avoided by teenagers, Mayo Clinic researchers say in an upcoming publication. The commentary, which will be published in the July issue of Mayo Clinic Proceedings, is based on anecdotal findings from just three high school-age patients at Mayo's pediatric chronic pain clinic, reports the Rochester Post-Bulletin. The three teens said they used marijuana regularly. The researchers claimed there are few studies on the risks and benefits of marijuana use to treat chronic pain in adults, and even less data on using it to ease chronic pain in adolescents, reports Science Daily. They claimed that while medical mari ...
Did you know?? Dancing is a unique form of exercise because it provides the heart-healthy benefits of an aerobic exercise while also allowing you to engage in a social activity. This is especially stimulating to the mind, and one 21-year study published in the New England Journal of Medicine even found dancing can reduce the risk of Alzheimer's disease and other forms of dementia in the elderly. In fact, Mayo Clinic researchers reported that social dancing helps to: Reduce stress Increase energy Improve strength Increase muscle tone and coordination And whether you like to kick up your heals to hip hop, classical or country, the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute (NHLBI) says that dancing can: Lower your risk of coronary heart disease Decrease blood pressure Help you manage your weight Strengthen the bones of your legs and hips
In 2009, early results from two major studies regarding prostate cancer screening were released in the New England Journal of Medicine. In these studies, a total of more than 250,000 men were randomized to screening and followed for prostate cancer death.
Coffee lovers ka rin ba? - Kailan ka huling uminom ng kape. If you love your morning coffee, a new study finds that your daily habit could protect your health. In a study by researchers from the National Cancer Institute in the US, older adults who drank coffee -- caffeinated or decaffeinated -- had a lower risk of death overall than others who did not drink coffee. The java drinkers -- especially those who drank three or more cups a day -- were less likely to die from a number of illnesses, including heart disease, stroke, diabetes, and infections -- although researchers found no link with cancer. Results of the study were published on Thursday in the New England Journal of Medicine. Head researcher Neal Freedman and his colleagues examined the association between coffee drinking and risk of death in 400,000 American men and women ages 50 to 71 who participated in the NIH-AARP Diet and Health Study. "The mechanism by which coffee protects against risk of death -- if indeed the finding reflects a causal r ...
Facts About Fluoride So, what are some of the facts about fluoride? According to the handbook, Clinical Toxicology of Commercial Products, fluoride is more poisonous than lead and just slightly less poisonous than arsenic. It is a cumulative poison that accumulates in bone over the years. According to the Physicians Desk Reference, "in hypersensitive individuals, fluorides occasionally cause skin eruptions such as atopic dermatitis, eczema, or urticaria. Gastric distress, headache, and weakness have also been reported. These hypersensitive reactions usually disappear promptly after discontinuation of the fluoride." From 1990 to 1992, the Journal of the American Medical Association published three separate articles linking increased hip fracture rates to fluoride in the water. In the March 22, 1990 issue of the New England Journal of Medicine, Mayo Clinic researchers reported that fluoride treatment of osteoporosis increased hip fracture rate and bone fragility. A study by Procter and Gamble showed that as ...
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