Month: December 2013

Video Health Research Report 28 DEC 2013

Topics: European Proposed ban on Cinnamon Baked Goods * London Telegraph Chewing Gum Culprit Behind Some Migraines * Tel Aviv University Research Linking Gut Microbes to Autism Symptoms * Journal of Cell –Very Casual– Sorry for the Background Music–

Health Research Report #171 27 DEC 2013

Health Research Report  #171 27 DEC 2013 /  White paper draft Compiled by Ralph Turchiano   ·         Detailed research references and further affiliations on each article are posted at .   In this issue: 1.       Research shows how household dogs protect against asthma and infection 2.       Pain drugs used in prostate gland removal linked…

Fewer than 1 in 10 Canadians in ideal cardiovascular health

PUBLIC RELEASE DATE: 23-Dec-2013 CANHEART health index measures behaviours and health factors for optimal heart health Fewer than 1 in 10 adult Canadians is in ideal cardiovascular health, according to the new CANHEART health index developed to measure heart health published in CMAJ (Canadian Medical Association Journal).

Traditional Danish pasties threatened by EU cinnamon ban

Proposals for an EU ban on cinnamon rolls have put a dampener on Denmark’s Christmas festivities “It’s the end of the cinnamon roll as we know it,” said Hardy Christensen, the head of the Danish Baker’s Association Photo: ANDREW CROWLEY By Bruno Waterfield, Brussels 2:27PM GMT 26 Dec 2013 The season’s festivities in Denmark have been…

Ban on vaccine follows death of baby No. 4 ( China )

By Li Qian (Shanghai Daily)    09:25, December 23, 2013   An infant who became sick just minutes after a hepatitis B vaccination and died an hour later may be the fourth victim of vaccines produced by China’s largest hepatitis B vaccine supplier in the southern city of Shenzhen.

Doctors Sue United Healthcare for Bad Faith

      BROOKLYN (CN) – A 22,000-member physicians’ group sued United Healthcare Insurance, claiming the money-grubbing, multibillion-dollar insurance company is illegally terminating them from its Medicare network on Jan. 1 to cut its losses from reduced federal payments under the Affordable Care Act.

Video Health Research Report 17 DEC 2013

Rebuttal to ” The Times” “Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine” and the” University of Warwick” that “Vitamins are a Waste” metastudy * Vitamin D Decreases Pain in Women with Type 2 Diabetes and Depression * Presented at an Oct. 2013 research conference at Loyola’s Health Sciences Campus Natural Compound Mitigates Effects of Methamphetamine…

Scientists creating viruses deadlier to humans

Sunday, 22 December 2013 Some of the world’s most eminent scientists have severely criticised the arguments used by some influenza researchers who are trying to make the H5N1 bird-flu virus more dangerous to humans by repeatedly infecting laboratory ferrets. More than 50 senior scientists from 14 countries, including three Nobel laureates and several fellows of…

A daily aspirin might do more harm than good

Regular aspirin intake leads to 37 per cent increased risk of internal bleeding and 38 per cent increased risk of hemorrhagic stroke, researchers claim A trial involving 290 heart attack patients has shown that taking just one 100mg tablet before going to bed was more effective than taking it in the morning Photo: ALAMY   By…