Nutrition Health Review

Health magazine (tabloid).

Articles from No. 66, Spring

Annals of Radiation: A Prophylaxis
Though spokesmen for some utilities have irresponsibly attempted to suggest that if worse comes to worse people will just have to endure the risk of being subject to the harmful effects of alternating-current magnetic fields or else forgo the advantages...
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A Relationship between Cigarette Smoke Oxidants and Atherosclerosis
One of the primary steps in the development of atherosclerosis is the oxidation of low-density lipoprotein (LDL) in the blood by highly reactive molecules known as free radicals. It has been shown that oxidized LDL is highly atherogenic. Cigarette...
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Buying a Home in the Electronic Age
For readers who are buying or selling a property and are worried about electromagnetic fields (EMFs) in the home, Realtors for an Electromagnetically Safe Environment, a free, national realtor referral service, has been formed to connect buyers and...
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Chickenpox: An Elusive Childhood Disease Surfacing in Adulthood as Shingles
A number of the classic "childhood diseases" -- so called because they inevitably struck each new generation of youngsters -- are now unfamiliar to most Americans. Today, polio, rubella, diphtheria, pertussis (whooping cough), and measles are preventable...
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Chromium - Little Known, Seldom Used, but Very Essential to Health
Chromium, like iron, calcium and zinc, is a mineral that is absolutely essential to human health. Studies by the U.S. Department of Agriculture show that nine out of ten Americans do not get enough chromium in their diets. There are several reasons...
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"Designer" Foods: Tomorrow's Answer to Breast Cancer Prevention?
BUFFALO, NEW YORK: Epicures may call it the "stinking rose," but garlic by any other name will still carry that heady aroma -- potent enough to keep vampires -- and perhaps even a disease or two -- at bay. Selenium-enriched garlic is just one of...
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Dietary Weapons against Radiation: Foods and Nutritional Supplements Capable of Neutralizing Effects of Radiation
Foods and Nutritional Supplements Capable of Neutralizing Effects of Radiation Fortunately, the battle against radiation begins on the cell level. The electromagnetic field generated by modern living can be reduced but never eliminated. The...
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Electromagnetic Pollution and a Prescription for Survival: A Battle of the Century
An electronic smog is engulfing our society: A legacy of pleasure and luxury bestowed upon us by an ingenious technology. The dangers from electromagnetic fields are being created artificially by an overflow of microwave ovens, television sets,...
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Memory: Dominant Tenant in the Brain
If memory is an elusive entity, evidence does exist that it uses many parts of the brain for its purposes. Remember, without memory we could not learn from experience, there would be no intellectual functioning, no development of language, no memory...
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New Treatment Effective in Dysfunction
One of the most troublesome problems in our sexually nervous society is impotence. But the 30 million American men who suffer from impotence and its associated "performance anxiety" need not use the dreaded "I word" anymore. Instead, a National...
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Paul Brodeur: Historian and Crusader
When the tragedy of man-made nuclear radiation is finally rectified, one of the heroes of the war will be crusader-investigate reporter-historian Paul Brodeur. His monumental works exposing and chronicling the deadly risk of microwave radiation and...
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Precaution and the Electromagnetic Challenge
Many have expressed concern about the dangers of electromagnetic radiation (EMR). To be specific, we live in a sea of electrical impulses universe-generated and from modern inventions. Past generations were not faced with devices, implements, and...
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Rapid Weight Loss Unhealthful: Leads to Regaining More
NEW YORK: Losing large amounts of weight over a short period of time can lead to serious health problems and also to regaining more weight than was lost, a leading expert on nutrition and weight control said at a media briefing sponsored by the American...
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Sunshine: Great Blessing and Deadly Threat
"Because a little is good, a lot is better." and "Because a lot is bad, a little is bad, too." The above statements represent some people's illogical thinking. Because some people develop skin cancer from abusing the sun's rays, it does not follow...
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Tailoring Diet for Cancer Prevention
NEW YORK: The key to the diet/cancer puzzle may lie in nutrient interactions and in individual response to dietary factors, determined in turn by genetic, physiologic and life-style factors, according to a report published in the Archives of Internal...
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The Agony of Forgetfulness
If the horizons of memory are limitless, why do we forget? Except for cases of brain damage, alcoholic stupor, and senility, the causes of forgetfulness may be found in the realm of psychology. One of the earliest theories was postulated by Sigmund...
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Urethane in Alcohol a Health Risk
The Food and Drug Administration is carefully evaluating studies to determine if there could be a long-term health risk to consumers from urethane in alcoholic beverages. Urethane is a chemical substance that forms naturally during the fermentation...
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