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43rd Health Research Report 11 NOV 2008 – Reconstruction

 

 

 

 

Editors Top Five:

 

 

 

1. Optimal Dose of Vitamin E Maximizes Benefits, Minimizes Risk

 

2. Study shows pine bark reduces jetlag

 

3. Vitamin B3 reduces Alzheimer’s symptoms, lesions

 

4. The upside to allergies: cancer prevention

 

5. Can rectal vitamin E induce remission in patients with mild to moderate ulcerative colitis?

 

 

 

In this Issue:

 

 

 

1. Eating red meat sets up target for disease-causing bacteria

 

2. Grapes may aid a bunch of heart risk factors, animal study finds

 

3. The upside to allergies: cancer prevention

 

4. New MU Study Indicates that Exercise Prevents Fatty Liver Disease

 

5. Vigorous activity protects against breast cancer

 

6. Optimal Dose of Vitamin E Maximizes Benefits, Minimizes Risk

 

7. Drinking milk to ease milk allergy

 

8. Can rectal vitamin E induce remission in patients with mild to moderate ulcerative colitis?

 

9. How did glycine significantly decrease liver injury?

 

10. Fibromyalgia can no longer be called the ‘invisible’ syndrome

 

11. New evidence for homeopathy

 

12. Vitamin B3 reduces Alzheimer’s symptoms, lesions

 

13. Study shows pine bark reduces jetlag

 

14. Dietary sport supplement shows strong effects in the elderly

 

15. UC Davis researchers discover Achilles’ heel in pancreatic cancer

 

16. Could vitamin D save us from radiation?

 

17. LOW POTASSIUM LINKED TO HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE

 

18. Doctors should disclose off-label prescribing to their patients

 

19. Can vitamins and minerals prevent hearing loss?

 

Health Technology Research Synopsis

43rd Issue Date 11 NOV 2008 

Compiled By Ralph Turchiano

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