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Articles from Nutrition Health Review (March 22, 2005)

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Title Author Type Words
A brief history of dietary madness. 1008
Aim low: quit often, expect the worst, and other good advice: an interview with author and musician Dave Dunseath. Interview 3222
Alzheimer's disease enzyme identified. Disease/Disorder overview 372
Apple-shaped people at risk for diabetes. 180
Barley wins right to 'healthy' label. Brief article 119
Brains of lovers differ from those of brokenhearted. Brief article 134
Certain drugs may interfere with proper exercise. 587
Cheerleaders spend a lot of time in emergency rooms, according to a new study. Brief article 107
Congress votes to weaken organic food standards. 569
Del Monte is offering the first line of organic pickles certified by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Brief article 121
EU reacts unfavorably to feeding practices. Brief article 198
FDA requires more allergen labeling. 111
Folded proteins can cause many serious conditions. Brief article 178
Gulf oysters contaminated. Brief article 92
Health care consideration can help fertility hopes. Brief article 198
Homemade Humus. Recipe 171
Intravenous vitamin C shows promise as cancer fighter. Brief article 151
Laundry detergent poses eye hazard to children. Brief article 93
Lifestyle cannot be overlooked in obesity. Brief article 144
Millions of pounds of tainted meat illegally imported. 177
Moderate alcohol consumption may reduce the tendency of blood to clot. Brief article 96
MRI a better tool for bionic ears. 500
New findings help explain gene production in the human body. 646
New vaccine for shingles: is prevention better than treatment? Kauffman, Joel M. 970
Nonstick chemical taints food. Brief article 157
Norwalk viruses responsible for many foodborne problems. 288
Pathogen may be stronger, more resistant. Brief article 154
Prions can bind with soil for long periods. Brief article 131
Psoriasis linked to obesity. Brief article 150
Several chemical compounds in raisins have been found to fight bacteria that contribute to cavity formation and gum disease. Brief article 108
SHAPE trial studies implantable gastric obesity controls. Brief article 146
Small helpings of walnuts may help control weight. Brief article 298
Smoking affects eye health as well. 270
Smoking increases bladder cancer risk. 208
Soba Noodle Salad. Recipe 225
Soy consumption may help bone density. Brief article 105
Teen brains encourage invincible thoughts. 330
The fantasy of fish as "health food": actually, a dietary disaster. 1325
The shape of things to come: a tale of modern agrarian disaster. Gorman, Gail 2698
To help reduce the number of human errors involved in filling prescriptions, many pharmacies are turning to automated filling services. Brief article 99
Tom and Eleanor Kurupas of Southern California's Imperial Valley are the owners of Kurupas Enterprises, the breeder of the Emerald artichoke, one of only two seed varieties patented in the United States. Brief article 120
Toxic shock syndrome and the "miscarriage" drug. Brief article 238
Two popular drugs have recently been the subject of some scrutiny. 96
Two targeted genes may be responsible for dyslexia. Brief article 248
U.S. government attempts to track cows. Brief article 181
Very low cholesterol may affect moods. Brief article 127
While many people associate the practice of soaking in hot mineral spring baths with Europe, most are not aware that a historical spring bath tradition exists in America as well. Brief article 147

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