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Cholesterol levels controlled by the brain, not merely by diet, researchers discover

October 14, 2010 - printable article

Cholesterol levels controlled by the brain, not merely by diet, researchers discover


Study: Late afternoon exercise helps control blood sugar, cholesterol and triglyceride levels

October 18, 2022 -

Results of a Japanese study published in the journal Front Endocrinol show that exercising at around 4 to 6 p.m. helps to control blood sugar, cholesterol and triglyceride levels better than exercising in the morning, or around 9 to 11 a.m.

For the study, researchers observed 12 healthy young men. The volunteers were told to walk on a treadmill for one hour at 60 percent of their maximal oxygen uptake (VO2max) on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. The volunteers were all tested ...

Cholesterol levels controlled by the brain, not merely by diet, researchers discover

October 14, 2010 - Cholesterol levels controlled by the brain, not merely by diet, researchers discover

Thursday, October 14, 2010 by: David Gutierrez, staff writerTags: cholesterol, brain, health news

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Levels of dioxin chemical that causes cancer found at unacceptably high levels at Ohio train derailment site, EPA finally admits

March 20, 2023 -

Recent data has revealed that the soil in the Ohio town, where a catastrophic train crash and chemical spill occurred, contains dioxin levels that are hundreds of times higher than the exposure threshold set by Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) scientists in 2010. The elevated levels of dioxin are known to pose huge cancer risks, The Guardian reported last week.

At the time, the EPA suggested reducing the cleanup threshold to account for the dangers associated with ...

Experts say LDL cholesterol may not be as bad as previously believed

July 31, 2023 -

However, health professionals are now challenging whether LDL cholesterol, commonly referred to as "bad cholesterol," is really as bad as previously believed. Some studies even suggest that measuring LDL cholesterol isn't a foolproof way of assessing a patient's cardiovascular risk and that other tests may be more useful.LDL particles vs. LDL cholesterol

According to James DiNicolantonio, a cardiovascular research scientist, many people with normal LDL cholesterol levels ...

MEGADROUGHT: U.S. corn yields at DISMAL levels compared to 2008

January 17, 2023 -

Many corn fields in these states are now abandoned due to parched crops that failed to produce as expected. Just 79.2 million acres were harvested last year – a 1.6-million-acre decline, and the smallest overall harvest in terms of acres since 2008.

As a result, grain supplies are substantially lower than expected. And there is more to come for wheat and other crops that are similarly dry as a bone and in desperate need of rain.

Globally speaking, food prices ...

Tech layoffs nearing levels not seen since the Great Recession

December 01, 2022 -

The worsening economic situation in the United States has made Big Tech companies turn to mass layoffs as a way of making sure their profit margins remain stable. In November alone, more than 50,000 workers in tech lost their jobs, up from 12,600 in October. (Related: Mass layoffs incoming: 50% of employers plan to cut jobs in the next 12 months.)

By comparison, about 65,000 tech jobs were lost in 2008, and around the same number of tech jobs were lost in 2009. It remains ...

GULP! Study reveals DANGEROUS levels of heavy metals in many US beverages

June 22, 2023 -

A group of scientists from Tulane University in New Orleans disclosed the shocking discovery through a study published in the Journal of Food Composition and Analysis. They tested 60 non-alcoholic beverages from a grocery in the Crescent City that are commercially available across the country. These beverages include single and mixed fruit juices, plant-based milk, sodas and teas.

The study authors used inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (ICP-MS) to generate atomized ...

BAD APPLE: NYC shoplifting reports hit record levels for second straight year

May 31, 2023 -

New York City (NYC) has become a hotbed for shoplifting. The city has transformed into a haven for those inclined toward retail theft, and the local government can't stop them. 

According to an analysis of police data by the New York Post, reported shoplifting incidents reached the highest levels for the second consecutive year in 2022. The number of complaints related to shoplifting increased to over 63,000 last year, marking a 45 percent upsurge compared ...

Juices, soft drinks found to contain trace levels of toxic metals: INVESTIGATION

May 08, 2023 -

Scientists there tested many different popular beverage brands to see what might be hiding underneath their bright colors and fancy packaging. They discovered everything from arsenic to cadmium to lead in their contents – and in some cases at levels far above federal standards for drinking water.

Two mixed juices in particular were found to contain arsenic levels above and beyond the government water limit of 10 micrograms (mcg) per liter. A cranberry juice beverage, a mixed ...

Study: Arsenic in water linked to high urinary arsenic levels among Americans

April 25, 2023 -

Published in the journal Environmental Research, the study evaluated the connection between arsenic in private wells and public water supplies using urinary arsenic biomarkers within the U.S. population. It concluded that the highest arsenic concentrations were found in the West and South and among Mexican American and other Hispanic participants. (Related: US water infrastructure is COLLAPSING: Toxic arsenic levels detected in NYC tap water, E. coli in Baltimore water supply....

VP Harris levels contrived claim that Russia has committed ‘crimes against humanity’

February 21, 2023 -

Speaking at the Munich Security Conference, according to CNBC, Harris stated that the international community has a moral obligation to pursue and address the crimes. In addition to this, she noted that it is also of strategic importance to hold those responsible accountable. The VP further emphasized that a failure to uphold international rules and standards could potentially lead to other authoritarian governments taking advantage of the situation.

“Russian forces ...

Study: 5-HTP can boost serotonin levels and promote healthy eating habits

October 25, 2022 -

Health experts also warn that the incidence of major depression, which includes symptoms like anxiety, insomnia and fatigue, is on the rise in the United States.

Researchers think that low levels of serotonin, a neurotransmitter essential for "normal appetite, restful sleep and stable mood," may have something to do with this issue.

Fortunately, several studies have highlighted the potential of 5-HTP, a natural compound, to enhance serotonin levels and promote ...

Concerning levels of FOREVER CHEMICALS detected in several species of fish in UK

March 13, 2023 - cholesterol levels.

The longevity of PFAS can be attributed to a bond between carbon and fluorine atoms that cannot be broken even by natural means. This extra strong link allows PFAS to pass through most water treatment systems intact. Some forever chemicals can bio-accumulate through the food chain in the case of fishes, but top predators like whales and sharks receive the highest concentrations.

The problem of PFAS contaminating fishes and other aquatic ...

Support healthy blood sugar levels with this delicious sweet potato and pumpkin soup

March 01, 2023 -

Blood sugar balance is linked to other factors like your energy levels and mood. There are many ways to maintain healthy blood sugar levels, like staying hydrated, getting enough sleep, doing regular exercise and following a balanced diet.

There is no specific diet that supports healthy blood sugar, but preparing meals that feature a balancing trio of protein, fats and fiber-rich carbohydrates can help slow the absorption of sugar into the bloodstream.

One way to ...

Antarctica hasn’t warmed in 70 years despite rising CO2 levels; climate scientists baffled

February 01, 2023 -

Not only that, in 2021 Antarctica saw its coldest six-month winter since record-keeping first began in the 1950s. How can this be if there is now so much CO2 flooding the atmosphere that the whole world is on fire with "boiling oceans," as Al Gore called them at this year's annual meeting of the World Economic Forum (WEF)?

The answer, of course, is that CO2 levels have absolutely nothing to do with average temperatures. It is a myth, in other words, that greenhouse ...

Unilever recalls 1.5M products that may contain elevated levels of cancer-causing benzene

November 01, 2022 -

The affected goods are aerosols made before October 2021 from brands Dove, Nexxus, Suave, TRESemmé and TIGI (Rockaholic and Bed Head).

"The recalled products were distributed nationwide in the United States. Retailers have been notified to remove recalled products from shelves," the Unilever USA website stated. "No other products from Unilever or its brands are impacted by this recall."

The recall was conducted with the knowledge of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA)....

OCEANSIDE FILTH: More than 3000 U.S. beaches found to contain dangerous levels of sewage

July 17, 2023 -

More than half of America's beaches contain dangerous levels of sewage, according to a new report from Environment America, a Colorado-based environmental advocacy group.

The report, titled "Safe for Swimming?" compiled testing data from 3,192 beaches across the coastlines of America. Based on the results, 55 percent of the beaches had unsafe levels of sewage in their waters at least once in 2022. Furthermore, one in nine beaches had persistently unsafe levels ...

Oakland residents now demanding CLIMATE REPARATIONS by using false claim of rising sea levels

June 02, 2023 -

Like many communities across the United States, West Oakland has an industrial past that has since been replaced with housing and other uses. As a result, the people who live there are sometimes exposed to hidden chemicals in the soil, which can only be remedied, according to West Oakland residents, by delivering "climate justice."

Because of the media's constant fearmongering about man-made "climate change," area residents now fear that the waters of the San Francisco ...

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