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The Food Gap Is Widening

James Hamblin | The Atlantic | September 2, 2014

Nutritional disparities between America’s rich and poor are growing, despite efforts to provide higher-quality food to people who most need it. So says a large study just released from the Harvard School of Public Health that examined eating habits of 29,124 Americans over the past decade...

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The War Against Butter Is Over. Butter Won

Roberto A. Ferdman | Quartz | January 20, 2014

Just ask one of the world’s largest margarine makers. Anglo-Dutch consumer products giant Unilever spent more than 20 years trying to beat butter at its own game. But the maker of Flora, Country Crock, and I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter, appears ready to give up the fight. Read More »

To Err Is Human, To Diagnose Artificial Intelligence is...?

A new study found that physicians have a surprisingly poor knowledge of the benefits and harms of common medical treatments.  Almost 80% overestimated the benefits, and two-thirds overestimated the harms.  And, as Aaron Carroll pointed out, it's not just that they were off, but "it's how off they often were." Anyone out there who still doesn't think artificial intelligence (AI) is needed in health care? The authors noted that previous studies have found that patients often overestimate benefits as well, but tended to minimize potential harms.  Not only do physicians overestimate harm, they "underestimate how often most treatments have no effects on patients -- either harmful or beneficial"...

Understanding Cancer Risk: The Paradox Of Modern Health

Barry Boyd | Cancer: Beyond Conventional Therapy | August 27, 2013

It is important to understand risk and why Americans have a particular difficulty with the issue of cancer risk. Read More »

Violent Behavior Linked To Nutritional Deficiencies

Press Release | Weston A. Price Foundation (WAPF) | August 30, 2013

Deficiencies of vitamins A, D, K, B1, B3, B6, B12 and folate, and of minerals iodine, potassium, iron, magnesium, zinc, chromium and manganese can all contribute to mental instability and violent behavior, according to a report published in the Spring 2013 issue of Wise Traditions, the journal of the Weston A. Price Foundation. Read More »

Why Branding Obesity As A Disease Is A Step In The WRONG Direction...

Joseph Mercola | | July 6, 2013

The documentary film Hungry For Change1 is another revolutionary look at food and nutrition from the creators of the best-selling film Food Matters. Read More »

Your Vegetables Are Alive — And They Change In Response To Light And Dark

Mary Beth O'Leary and Jade Boyd | Elsevier Connect | June 20, 2013

The discovery, reported in Current Biology, suggests that what time we store and eat our produce may affect its nutritional value Read More »

Zesty Guide To Augmented Reality In Healthcare

Lloyd Price | LinkedIn | May 2, 2014

...Medical imaging devices have made it easier than ever to present anatomy in different ways to help implement solutions clearly and effectively...Augmented Reality technology promises to take our approach to the next level.

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