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dairy products and eggs

Association of Dairy Consumption and 24-Hour Blood Pressure in Older Adults with Hypertension

The aim was to examine the association between habitual consumption of dairy products and 24-hour ambulatory blood pressure monitoring among older adults with hypertension. Methods We conducted an analysis of 715 community-living hypertensive adults age ≥60. Habitual dairy consumption was assessed with a validated diet history. Blood pressure was recorded by 24-hour ambulatory blood pressure […]

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Hidden Giant: Medium Vessel Vasculitis as a Cause for Unresolving Fever

The purpose of this article is to determine if conversion from eating wild game harvested with lead-based ammunition to nonlead-based ammunition results in lower blood lead levels. Supersonic injection of toxin-leeching frangible projectiles into food is intuitively bad. As much as 95% of the ~13.7 million hunters in the United States choose shrapnel-inducing lead bullets […]

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Colonic Anisakiasis

To the Editor: A 24-year-old man with a 2-week history of nausea, lower-right abdominal pain, and melena presented to the Gastroenterology outpatient clinic. He had no previous cardiovascular or gastrointestinal problems and denied any history of an allergy. In addition, the patient reported having eaten raw mackerel, sardines, and squid at a sushi restaurant 2 […]

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Salt, Tomato Soup, and the Hypocrisy of the American Heart Association

In no uncertain terms did the American Heart Association (AHA)1 condemn a recent study by Mente et al2 in The Lancet: “The findings in this study are not valid” … “a flawed study” … “you shouldn’t use it to inform yourself about how you’re going to eat” read some of the statements in the AHA’s comment. The study in […]

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The Limited Public Health Impact of ‘Lifestyle’ Change

  Two main factors are responsible for premature disease and mortality. One is smoking, often referred to as a “lifestyle choice,” but better described as a “habit.” The other is poor nutrition resulting largely from the sugar, alcohol, salt, and saturated fat content (SASS components) of ready-to-consume food and drink, much of which is manufactured […]

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