"The doctor of the future will give no medicine, but will interest her or his patients in the care of the human frame, in a proper diet, and in the cause and prevention of disease."
- Thomas Edison

Weekly Health Update:

Mental Attitude
A Positive Mental Attitude = A Healthier You! Researchers have found that people who have a generally positive mental attitude and outlook on life are more likely to live a healthier lifestyle.
Melbourne Institute Working Paper No. 15/12, August 2012

Health Alert
Air Pollution Increases Risk of Autism in Children. Women who are exposed to high air pollution during pregnancy have double the risk of giving birth to an autistic child.
Environmental Health Perspectives, June 2013

Omega-3’s Role in Inflammation and DNA. A recent study showed that overweight, sedentary adults who were given a daily omega-3 fat supplement realized a lengthening of their DNA telomeres and reduced blood markers for inflammation and free-radical damage compared to subjects given a placebo. In general, the findings of the study suggest that simply taking a supplement containing sufficient omega-3 fats (1,250-2,500 mg) each day may significantly reduce inflammation and oxidative stress, and re-lengthen telomeres.
Brain, Behavior and Immunity, August 2012

Beneficial During Pregnancy. Researchers found that moderate-intensity exercise three times a week during the second and third trimesters of pregnancy decreased the risk of having a newborn baby with macrosomia (weighing over 4 kilos or 8.8 pounds) by 58% and thus reducing the risk of a caesaran section delivery by 34%. 
British Journal of Sports Medicine. January 2013

Chiropractic Care For Ear Infections. Chiropractic care may decrease the symptoms of ear infection in young children. 
Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics, March 1996

Eating Citrus Reduces Stroke. Women who consumed the most citrus were less likely to have an ischemic (clot-related) stroke than women who consumed the least. Researchers attributed the benefit to compounds in citrus called flavanones, which may reduce inflammation and improve blood vessel function. Other substances in citrus, including potassium, may also play a role. 
Stroke, February 2012

“Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being, and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.” 
~ World Health Organization, 1948

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