August 1, 2016
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Olive Oil or Mixed Nuts Consumption, as Part of the Mediterranean Diet, May Help Reduce Body Weight and Central Adiposity
The long-term vegetable fat enrichment of a Mediterranean diet leads to less weight gain and less increase of central adiposity than a control diet.
In a randomized, clinical trial investigating the treatment of preoperative anxiety, standard sedating medication with a specified add-on individualized integrative technique is the most effective intervention.
This cross-sectional study of older adults who were part of the Rush Memory and Aging Project demonstrated that moderate seafood consumption was correlated with a decreased level of brain Alzheimer’s disease neuropathology in APOE ε4 carriers. Higher brain levels of mercury were correlated with higher seafood consumption. However, these levels were not correlated with brain neuropathology.
A national prospective cohort study of nurses found that higher levels of green vegetation were associated with decreased mortality.