Milwaukee Edition

Archive of: Health Brief and NAPC

Title Issue
GE Foods Update

GE Foods Update

A Pew Initiative of Food and Biotechnology survey reveals that 75 percent of Americans believe that they’ve never eaten a genetically engineered food.

February 2007
Poetic Art for the Heart

Poetic Art for the Heart

It turns out that reciting poetry with a good beat can give our heart a break.

February 2007
Why Our Body Loves Salad

Why Our Body Loves Salad

UCLA/Louisiana State University research is the first to blunt concerns about the human body’s ability to absorb needed nutrients from raw vegetables.

February 2007

A Truly Sweet Heart

Dr. Weil offers a handful of do-able tips to treat our own sweet heart right by cutting out bad cholesterol and pumping up goodness at mealtime.

February 2007

Why Wild Salmon Works

Salmon farming is up due to high demand, prices are down, and salmon is available year-round. But health experts note that not all salmon are created equal.

January 2007
Parents Advocate Mercury-Free Flu Shots

Parents Advocate Mercury-Free Flu Shots

A survey by reveals that an overwhelming majority of Americans are unaware that 90 percent of this season’s flu shot supply contains mercury.

January 2007
Healthy Eating Online Directories Debut

Healthy Eating Online Directories Debut

SustainableTable.org now serves up a healthy dose of cookbooks, recipes and eating tips for both homebodies and travelers.

January 2007

“Thou Shalt Not Judge?”

Can negative judgments we make about other people distort our memory of them? Yes, says a study conducted by Cornell University.

January 2007

Sweet Slumber

The next time a racing mind keeps you awake at night, calm yourself with loving thoughts.

January 2007
FDA Assesses Risk of Amalgam Fillings

FDA Assesses Risk of Amalgam Fillings

The debate over the safety of silver fillings, or amaalgam, a variable mixture of metals (half mercury) is a 200-year controversy.

January 2007
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