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iol.co.za
Vegetable protein cuts risk of an early menopausewomen can lower their risk of reaching the menopause early by altering their di
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women can lower their risk of reaching the menopause early by altering their diet and sticking to it. Scientists from Harvard School of Public Health in Boston and University Of Massachusetts at Amherst found that high consumption of vegetable... Read more
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KFVS 12 Cape Girardeau
Not all plant foods are equalproducts. "Plant-based foods are not all the same," said lead researcher Ambik
KFVS 12 Cape Girardeau / Posted 4 days ago
products. "Plant-based foods are not all the same," said lead researcher Ambika Satija, a postdoctoral fellow at the Harvard School of Public Health, in Boston. So it's crucial that people consider the nutritional quality of the plant foods... Read more
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CBS News
Not all plant-based diets are created equalthat healthy. "Plant-based foods are not all the same," said lead researcher A
CBS News / Posted 4 days ago
that healthy. "Plant-based foods are not all the same," said lead researcher Ambika Satija, a postdoctoral fellow at the Harvard School of Public Health, in Boston. So it's crucial that people consider the nutritional quality of the plant foods... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Experts reveal how you can eat your way to a healthy heart - and it's deliciousexercises for a tip-top ticker Nothing could be easier or more convenient than
Daily Mirror / Posted 5 days ago
exercises for a tip-top ticker Nothing could be easier or more convenient than taking a regular stroll. Researchers at the Harvard School of Public Health found that walking half an hour a day cut the overall risk of heart disease by... Read more
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MLive.com
Defense bill would require national PFC health studystudies put the safety threshold for PFC exposure much lower than the EPA. In 2
MLive.com / Posted 6 days ago
studies put the safety threshold for PFC exposure much lower than the EPA. In 2015, researchers Philippe Grandjean at Harvard School of Public Health and Richard Clapp of the University of Massachusetts-Lowell pegged 1-ppt as the safe level of... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
‘You’ve got to wonder’: road’s cancer toll reaches 39indeed probable" the chemicals were carcinogenic. Philippe Grandjean, an adjun
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 7 days ago
indeed probable" the chemicals were carcinogenic. Philippe Grandjean, an adjunct professor of environmental health at the Harvard School of Public Health, has led a series of studies indicating PFAS can suppress the body's immune system. When... Read more
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Canberra Times
Cancer toll on Williamtown's Cabbage Tree Road near Newcastleindeed probable" the chemicals were carcinogenic. Philippe Grandjean, an adjun
Canberra Times / Posted 8 days ago
indeed probable" the chemicals were carcinogenic. Philippe Grandjean, an adjunct professor of environmental health at the Harvard School of Public Health, has led a series of studies indicating PFAS can suppress the body's immune system. When... Read more
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The Age
Cancer toll on Williamtown's Cabbage Tree Road near Newcastleindeed probable" the chemicals were carcinogenic. Philippe Grandjean, an adjun
The Age / Posted 8 days ago
indeed probable" the chemicals were carcinogenic. Philippe Grandjean, an adjunct professor of environmental health at the Harvard School of Public Health, has led a series of studies indicating PFAS can suppress the body's immune system. When... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Cancer toll on Williamtown's Cabbage Tree Road near Newcastleindeed probable" the chemicals were carcinogenic. Philippe Grandjean, an adjun
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 8 days ago
indeed probable" the chemicals were carcinogenic. Philippe Grandjean, an adjunct professor of environmental health at the Harvard School of Public Health, has led a series of studies indicating PFAS can suppress the body's immune system. When... Read more
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KAIT Jonesboro
Better diet, longer life?that it's never too late to improve diet quality," said lead researcher Mercede
KAIT Jonesboro / Posted 9 days ago
that it's never too late to improve diet quality," said lead researcher Mercedes Sotos-Prieto, a visiting scientist at the Harvard School of Public Health, in Boston. "Most participants in our study were 60 years or older," she noted. The... Read more
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KFVS 12 Cape Girardeau
Better diet, longer life?that it's never too late to improve diet quality," said lead researcher Mercede
KFVS 12 Cape Girardeau / Posted 9 days ago
that it's never too late to improve diet quality," said lead researcher Mercedes Sotos-Prieto, a visiting scientist at the Harvard School of Public Health, in Boston. "Most participants in our study were 60 years or older," she noted. The... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Good news: Your coffee-drinking habit could be extending your lifethat people who drink coffee have healthier livers and better glucose control t
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 11 days ago
that people who drink coffee have healthier livers and better glucose control than people who don’t. According to the Harvard School of Public Health,54 percent of Americans over the age of 18 drink coffee every day and those Americans drink... Read more
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The Washington Times
Bernie Sanders: GOP health care bill may be ‘nine times’ worse than ‘losses we suffered on 9/11’Nobody can make that prediction,” Mr. Sanders said, the Washington Free Beacon
The Washington Times / Posted 12 days ago
Nobody can make that prediction,” Mr. Sanders said, the Washington Free Beacon reported Monday. “But what experts at the Harvard School of Public Health estimate, is that if 23 million Americans were to be thrown off the insurance they currently... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Large NIH grant awarded to Dartmouth researchers for cooperative lung cancer projectHung, PhD, at the University of Toronto is the PI of project 3 focusing on appl
News-Medical-Net / Posted 15 days ago
Hung, PhD, at the University of Toronto is the PI of project 3 focusing on applying these biomarkers in all the world's largest screening cohorts. Xihong Lin, PhD, at the Chan Harvard School of Public Health is the PI of the biostatis... Read more
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New York Post
Americans are eating more meat on the 4th of Julytwo years and a food frequency questionnaire for participants to fill out every
New York Post / Posted 18 days ago
two years and a food frequency questionnaire for participants to fill out every four years, a team of researchers from the Harvard School of Public Health found 5,900 had died from cardiovascular disease and 9,500 from cancer and those who had... Read more
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Market Watch
Here’s how much meat Americans eat on the Fourth of Julytwo years and a food frequency questionnaire for participants to fill out every
Market Watch / Posted 19 days ago
two years and a food frequency questionnaire for participants to fill out every four years, a team of researchers from the Harvard School of Public Health found 5,900 had died from cardiovascular disease and 9,500 from cancer and those who had... Read more
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Dayton Daily News
Some tout single payer as health care alternativeand the legislature were so determined to do it,” said John E. McDonough, a pro
Dayton Daily News / Posted 19 days ago
and the legislature were so determined to do it,” said John E. McDonough, a professor of public health practice at the Harvard School of Public Health. “They gave it everything they had and couldn’t make it work.” Health care around the... Read more
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Springfield News-Sun
Some tout single payer as health care alternativeand the legislature were so determined to do it,” said John E. McDonough, a pro
Springfield News-Sun / Posted 19 days ago
and the legislature were so determined to do it,” said John E. McDonough, a professor of public health practice at the Harvard School of Public Health. “They gave it everything they had and couldn’t make it work.” Health care around the... Read more
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The Hamilton Journal News
Some tout single payer as health care alternativeand the legislature were so determined to do it,” said John E. McDonough, a pro
The Hamilton Journal News / Posted 19 days ago
and the legislature were so determined to do it,” said John E. McDonough, a professor of public health practice at the Harvard School of Public Health. “They gave it everything they had and couldn’t make it work.” Health care around the... Read more
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The Morning Call
How many people will die from the Republicans' Obamacare repeal bills? Tens of thousands per yearin the New England Journal of Medicine just last week by Benjamin Sommers, Atul
The Morning Call / Posted 25 days ago
in the New England Journal of Medicine just last week by Benjamin Sommers, Atul Gawande and Katherine Baicker of the Harvard School of Public Health. “Arguing that health insurance coverage doesn’t improve health is simply inconsistent with... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
How many people will die from the Republicans' Obamacare repeal bills? Tens of thousands per yearin the New England Journal of Medicine just last week by Benjamin Sommers, Atul
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 25 days ago
in the New England Journal of Medicine just last week by Benjamin Sommers, Atul Gawande and Katherine Baicker of the Harvard School of Public Health. “Arguing that health insurance coverage doesn’t improve health is simply inconsistent with... Read more
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The Morning Call
How many people will die from the Republicans' Obamacare repeal bills? Tens of thousands per yearin the New England Journal of Medicine just last week by Benjamin Sommers, Atul
The Morning Call / Posted 25 days ago
in the New England Journal of Medicine just last week by Benjamin Sommers, Atul Gawande and Katherine Baicker of the Harvard School of Public Health. “Arguing that health insurance coverage doesn’t improve health is simply inconsistent with... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
How many people will die from the Republicans' Obamacare repeal bills? Tens of thousands per yearin the New England Journal of Medicine just last week by Benjamin Sommers, Atul
Chicago Tribune / Posted 25 days ago
in the New England Journal of Medicine just last week by Benjamin Sommers, Atul Gawande and Katherine Baicker of the Harvard School of Public Health. “Arguing that health insurance coverage doesn’t improve health is simply inconsistent with... Read more
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iol.co.za
Vegetable protein cuts risk of an early menopausewomen can lower their risk of reaching the menopause early by altering their di
iol.co.za / Posted 25 days ago
women can lower their risk of reaching the menopause early by altering their diet and sticking to it. Scientists from Harvard School of Public Health in Boston and University Of Massachusetts at Amherst found that high consumption of vegetable... Read more
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dna
50% tested during Kumbh Mela show signs of oral cancerof the Kumbh Mela surveillance project in collaboration with the Maharashtra Go
dna / Posted 25 days ago
of the Kumbh Mela surveillance project in collaboration with the Maharashtra Government Public Health Department and the Harvard School of Public Health. The Indian Dental Association (IDA), along with the MGV Dental College based in Nashik,... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
How many people will die from the Republicans' Obamacare repeal bills? Tens of thousands per yearin the New England Journal of Medicine just last week by Benjamin Sommers, Atul
Los Angeles Times / Posted 26 days ago
in the New England Journal of Medicine just last week by Benjamin Sommers, Atul Gawande and Katherine Baicker of the Harvard School of Public Health. “Arguing that health insurance coverage doesn’t improve health is simply inconsistent with... Read more
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express
Menopause: Diet rich in vegetable proteins from grains, soya, nuts may prolong fertilitygrams a day. But animal protein had no effect, the study by epidemiologists at
express / Posted 26 days ago
grams a day. But animal protein had no effect, the study by epidemiologists at the University of Massachusetts Amherst and Harvard School of Public Health found. First author Maegan Boutot and her adviser Professor Elizabeth Bertone-Johnson said:... Read more
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