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Fatty red meat, lean red meat and obesity

Wednesday May 28, 2014 (FOODCONSUMER.ORG) -- A study published in the April 2014, The FASEB Journal suggests that not all red meats are the same

Better Brain Health with Less Saturated Fat

PCRM Breaking Medical News Reducing consumption of saturated and trans fats reduces the risk of Alzheimer’s disease and dementia, according to a review published this week ...
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Total fructose linked to high premature death risk

Tuesday May 20, 2014 (foodconsumer.org) -- A new study in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition suggests that eating fructose may increase risk of death ...
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Red meat like beef ups stomach cancer risk

Monday May 19, 2014 9foodconsumer.org) -- Eating too much red meat like beef may increase risk of stomach cancer, a study released in the June ...
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Even light alcohol drinking boosts breast cancer risk - study

Wednesday May 14, 2014 (foodconsumer.org) -- Once again a new study in the International Journal of Cancer confirms that even light consumption of alcoholic beverages ...
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Don’t Take the Bait-Fish is Not a Health Food

Have you heard any fishy health claims lately? Fish is touted as a health food all year long, but the hype always seems to increase ...
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Alcohol-Attributable Deaths and Years of Potential Life Lost — 11 States, 2006–2010

Weekly March 14, 2014 / 63(10);213-216 Katherine Gonzales, MPH1, Jim Roeber, MSPH2, Dafna Kanny, PhD3, Annie Tran, MPH4, Cathy Saiki, MS5, Hal Johnson, MPH6, Kristin Yeoman, MD7, ...
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Is Venison in the U.S. Safe to Eat? Not Necessarily

It has been over ten years since Wisconsin endured a kind of deer holocaust. The terminal deer and elk disease, chronic wasting disease (CWD), descended ...
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Plant-Based Foods Prevent Hip Fractures

Vegetables, fruits, and soy products appear to protect against hip fractures, according to a new study inThe Journal of Nutrition. Researchers followed the diets and hip ...
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Drinking poses greater risk for advanced liver disease in HIV/hep C patients (PR)

Contact: Steve Graffstephen.graff@uphs.upenn.edu215-349-5653University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine  Drinking poses greater risk for advanced liver disease in HIV/hep C patients PHILADELPHIA—Consumption of alcohol has long been associated ...
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