Public release date: 3-Apr-2011 Fasting found to reduce cardiac risk factors, such as triglycerides, weight, and blood sugar levels Murray, UT (4/03/11) – Fasting has long been associated with religious rituals, diets, and political protests. Now new evidence from… Read More ›
Public release date: 1-May-2010 – They found that those with the highest intake of oleic acid had a 90 per cent lower risk of developing the disease.
Public release date: 3-May-2010 – , the researchers discovered that those taking aspirin regularly for a year or more were around five times more likely to develop Crohn’s disease.
Thursday Sep 19, 2013 | Reuters Aerial photograph shows continuing preparations to drill a relief well at the Macondo oil spill site in the Gulf of Mexico Credit: Staff Photographer / Reuters/Reuters NEW ORLEANS (Reuters) – Halliburton Co pleaded guilty… Read More ›
The amoeba was found in the water supply in four separate locations Testing was done after a four-year-old boy died after contracted the deadly organism on a slip and slide Despite being filled with deadly amoebas, the water is safe… Read More ›
Contact: Michael Bernstein email@example.com 504-670-4707 (New Orleans Press Center, April 5-10) 202-872-6042 Michael Woods firstname.lastname@example.org 504-670-4707 (New Orleans Press Center, April 5-10) 202-872-6293 American Chemical Society NEW ORLEANS, April 9, 2013 — Scientists reported new evidence today that… Read More ›
By SABRINA CANFIELD NEW ORLEANS (CN) – Plaquemines Parish, the “epicenter” of the BP oil spill, sued the company in Federal Court, claiming BP has not paid a single one of its claims for damages arising from… Read More ›
2010 study posted for filing Contact: Keely Savoie email@example.com 212-315-8620 American Thoracic Society ATS 2010, NEW ORLEANS— Long-term, regular use of vitamin E in women 45 years of age and older may help decrease the risk of chronic obstructive pulmonary… Read More ›
2010 study posted for filing Contact: Simon Dunford firstname.lastname@example.org 44-160-359-2203 University of East Anglia People who take aspirin regularly for a year or more may be at an increased risk of developing Crohn’s disease, according to a new study… Read More ›
American Academy of Pediatrics Weighs In For the First Time on Organic Foods for Children ( Actual Press Release from AAP)
10/22/2012 AAP report cites lower pesticides in organic produce and potentially lower risk of exposure to drug-resistant bacteria, but says the most important thing for children is to eat a wide variety of produce, whether it’s conventional or organic Article… Read More ›
Contact: Debbie Jacobson email@example.com 847-434-7084 American Academy of Pediatrics NEW ORLEANS – Cyberbullying – the use of the Internet, phones or other technologies to repeatedly harass or mistreat peers – is often linked with teen suicide in media reports. However,… Read More ›
By Associated Press Reporter PUBLISHED:18:57 EST, 20 October 2012| UPDATED:23:16 EST, 20 October 2012 When it comes to the birds and the bees, some parents may want to have that talk with their boys a little sooner than they … Read More ›
Scientists read dreams Mo Costandi 19 October 2012 Scientists have learned how to discover what you are dreaming about while you sleep. A team of researchers led by Yukiyasu Kamitani of the ATR Computational Neuroscience Laboratories in Kyoto, Japan, used… Read More ›
New study looks at effect of oral contraceptive use in resistance exercise training NEW ORLEANS—Many active young women use oral contraceptives (OC) yet its effect on their body composition and exercise performance has not been thoroughly studied…. Read More ›
Contact: Adam Hinzey Adam.Hinzey@osumc.edu Ohio State University COLUMBUS, Ohio – Companionship has the potential to reduce pain linked to nerve damage, according to a new study. Mice that were paired with a cage-mate showed lower pain responses and fewer signs… Read More ›
Author Laura Beil, Newsweek Aug 27, 2012 1:00 AM EDT ‘Death panels’ are a bad idea. But asking hard questions about health care is not. In his more than 35 years of practice, Dr. Lowell Schnipper has seen a lot… Read More ›
BLACKSBURG, Va., March 24, 2003 — A grant from the U.S. Army has led Virginia Tech researchers to discover that exposure to some insecticides may cause a cascade of chemical events in the brain that could lead to Parkinson’s Disease…. Read More ›
Public release date: 16-Apr-2009 – “We were surprised at the magnitude of differences in muscle gains between the two groups, with the non-OC women gaining more than 60% greater muscle mass than their OC counterpart.”
Public release date: 21-Apr-2009 – the exposed mice that received topical application of ellagic acid showed reduced wrinkle formation.