July 2011 - Page 4 of 7 - Health Sciences Institute - Official Site

Hot-off-the-press research reveals...Blood sugar buster THREE TIMES more effective than top-selling diabetes drug

Almost as soon as it was introduced, the success stories started flooding in. Sugar levels were falling, pounds were plummeting, and blood pressure was sinking. All thanks to an herbal powerhouse called Diatroxal.

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And another thing…

Researchers at the National Institute on Aging have added a new item to the list of health concerns linked to synthetic hormone replacement therapy: brain shrinkage.

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The most popular osteoporosis drugs may be much more dangerous than we ever imagined

…you could put your life in serious danger if you don’t carefully follow that and other directions for alendronate, the generic name for Fosamax, the popular bisphosphonate drug that treats osteoporosis.

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When calorie counts are posted in fast food restaurants, not much counting gets done

For more than a year, researchers at Duke-National University of Singapore followed the ordering habits of customers at 14 locations of a fast food chain called Taco Time. Half the locations posted calorie information for each menu item, and half did not.

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Want to find your RealAge? Here's an important warning before you get started

Here’s all you do: Spend a few minutes filling out a very detailed survey, answering numerous questions about your health, family health history, annual household income, job status, number of orgasms per week (seriously!), and then hand the survey over to several drug companies.

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You might never suspect this significant source of hospital bacterial transmission

Researchers at New Hampshire’s Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center suspected that bacterial transmission via anesthesia IV apparatus might be linked with increased patient mortality. So they tracked transmission in 164 operations that included anesthesia.

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Your daily coffee may be doing wonders for your brain

A friend of mine used to say that she loved coffee because it made her feel good for no reason. Now she has a real reason to feel good about her daily coffee: Alzheimer’s prevention.

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