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March 14, 2006

Couch Potato Alert

If you could only make one lifestyle change to improve your health, should it be:

Quitting smoking
Becoming more physically active
Losing weight
Eating less fat
According to the International Journal of Epidemiology, the answer is more physical activity.

The Department of Welfare and Social Statistics in Stockholm, Sweden, studied 3,843 adults, first in 1980 and 1981. Then researchers went back to those same people between 1988 and 1989 to interview as many of them as could be found.

After looking at health factors like obesity, smoking, hypertension and sedentary behavior -- all of which could be harmful -- the researchers concluded that an inactive lifestyle is the single greatest risk to our health.

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March 15, 2006

Walking Tall

For safety's sake, the "little old lady in tennis shoes" should become the little old lady in basketball sneakers.
The Prince of Wales Medical Research Institute in Randwick, Australia, had its researchers test the balance of 42 women between the ages of 60 and 92 while they were wearing low-top shoes, high-top shoes and when they went barefoot.

According to the Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, the study showed that all the women had better balance in high tops, while low tops were no more useful than going barefoot.

And they didn't necessarily have to wear athletic shoes. As part of the study, researchers compared the effects of hard soles and soft soles, and found the two were just about equal.

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March 16, 2006

Working Up An Appetite?

It seems like a vicious cycle. You exercise to lose weight, but the more you exercise, the more you build up an appetite, and the more you eat. Right?

Not so, says the International Journal of Obesity Related Medical Disorders. Exercise doesn't increase appetite, and you won't automatically eat more just because you've worked off a few extra calories.

In fact, there is really no such thing as working up an appetite. What there is, is working up to a feeling that you deserve a treat for all that hard work.

What you have to watch out for is rewarding yourself for working or playing hard by eating or drinking more calories than you've burned.

So next time, just celebrate with water.

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March 17, 2006

The Skinny on Sunburns

Ever wonder why people with light skin are at greater risk of skin cancer?
The Journal of Experimental Medicine has an explanation. In addition to causing sunburn, ultraviolet light also reduces the immune function in the skin, and that's what leads to skin cancer.

Researchers at Guy's, King's and St. Thomas' School of Medicine in London report that one hour of sun exposure can reduce the immune response of light skin by as much as 80 percent. By comparison, people with darker skin -- or those who tan well -- only have their immune response reduced by about 40 percent under the same conditions.

The researchers conclude that it's the reduced immune response -- not the sunburn itself -- that increases the risk of skin cancer.

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March 18, 2006

Chew on This Instead

If you chew an old piece of gum, you know how your jaw almost hurts.

But did you also know it can impact your heart and blood pressure?

The department of orthodontics at the University of Naples in Italy published a study, in the Archives of Oral Biology, that proved old gum should probably be tossed away.

The study found that when 10 healthy volunteers chewed on pieces of very hard gum at the rate of 80 chews a minute, their heart rate increased by 11 beats per minute, and their blood pressure went up by 14 millimeters of mercury.

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March 19, 2006

Cell Phone Pluses

With all the bad news about cellular phones, here's something to cheer their use on.

According to the journal Neuroreport, the psychology department at the University of Turku in Finland measured the effects of cellular phone use on 48 healthy volunteers. The researchers gave the subjects 12 tests to take, both before and after a long conversation on a cellular phone.

According to their report, talking on the cell phone resulted in faster reaction times and better results on mental arithmetic problems. Overall, the subjects' brains seemed to work faster and better after using the cell phone.

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A Palette-able Idea

When you're sad, why do you really feel blue? Why not brown, for instance?

That's the color of choice in a study used to illustrate moods.

According to the journal Perceptual Motor Skills, 180 6-year old boys were asked to pick crayons to illustrate their moods. They were given a choice of red, yellow, green, blue, brown and purple, and asked to pick a color to correspond with happy, angry and sad.

There was no standard choice for happy, and angry was usually red. But most of the boys picked brown -- not blue -- to illustrate sad.

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A Palette-able Idea

When you're sad, why do you really feel blue? Why not brown, for instance?

That's the color of choice in a study used to illustrate moods.

According to the journal Perceptual Motor Skills, 180 6-year old boys were asked to pick crayons to illustrate their moods. They were given a choice of red, yellow, green, blue, brown and purple, and asked to pick a color to correspond with happy, angry and sad.

There was no standard choice for happy, and angry was usually red. But most of the boys picked brown -- not blue -- to illustrate sad.
I'm feeling brown...what if you are brown anyway...doesn't work does it, and it's a bloody saying, who cares what colour crayons 6 year olds like...

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March 21, 2006

Fair Is Middling

Life really does begin after 45, it seems.

And if you want the proof, here's a recent report from the Journal of Advanced Nursing, in which researchers from the College of Nursing at Arizona State University measured the stress levels and personality traits of 299 women of various ages

What they found is encouraging:

Women between ages 18 and 29 were under high stress, and had poor personality traits. Result: poor health, both physically and emotionally.
Between ages 30 and 45, stress levels generally went up, but women with strong personality traits saw their way through it all, and they were healthier than when they were younger.
Once past 45, emotional stress levels declined, while the healthy personalities became better still

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March 22, 2006

Here's Looking At You, Kid

You may not know the "look," but it's definitely part of a teenager's demeanor.
"The look" is a facial expression that is used by adolescents to communicate with each other -- but even when you recognize it, it means different things to different people.

A group of researchers from the School of Public Policy at the University of California, Berkeley, studied "the look" and found that, when it's used between friends of the same gender, it's meant to communicate anger, sadness or disgust. When it's used between non-friends of the same gender, it also means anger or disgust, but with an air of superiority attached.

They also found that when it's used with people of the opposite gender, it includes a message of power and authority.

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March 23, 2006

Clearing the Air

If you've renovated your home lately, think about hanging spider plants in the rooms where new wood products -- like plywood -- were used.
The easy-to-grow plant, technically known as Chlorophytum elatum or green spider plant, is capable of significantly reducing formaldehyde in the atmosphere, reports David Bodanis in his book, The Secret Family.

Formaldehyde, a stiffening agent commonly used in wood products, also is considered a major contaminant. On a warm day or when the heat has been on overnight, the concentration of formaldehyde at floor level can be twice the concentration as in the rest of the house, Bodanis says.

Tests sponsored by NASA show that the spider plant and other common houseplants -- including several kinds of philodendron, golden pothos, aloe vera and Chinese evergreen -- also can reduce concentrations of benzene and carbon monoxide by more than half in a 24-hour period.

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March 25, 2006

Calorie Counters

How accurate are you in estimating how many daily calories you consume when you're on a diet?
The department of nutrition at Georgia State University in Atlanta did a study of how well men and women estimate their calorie intake, both when they prepare their own meals and when they dine out.

As reported in the Journal of the American Dietetic Association, the 78 people who participated in the study prepared their own meals for three days and sent out for food for another three. Then they had to estimate the number of calories they were consuming for both the home-cooked and prepared meals.

During the home-cooked portion, the study found, men underestimated their calorie intake by 11 percent and women underestimated by 13 percent.

But during the prepared-food part, it turns out, men underestimated even more -- by 13 percent. And women overestimated by about 1 percent.

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Tooth Wisdom

Most young kids haven't had teeth long enough to have anything go wrong with them.
But a Finnish study has highlighted some interesting risk factors, according to a report in the Journal of Dental Research:

Researchers at the department of child neurology at the University of Turku in Finland found that:

If a child's mother is still in her teens, it's five times more likely that the child will have cavities by age 5.
If a child's father has at least one cavity each year, the chances that the child will have cavities by age 5 more than doubles.
If the child's mother doesn't brush her own teeth regularly, it doubles the likelihood that her child will have cavities.
Living in a rural area also doubles the chances of a child having bad teeth.

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Older Does Mean Wiser

Is getting old a depressing thought?
It doesn't have to be. Psychological Medicine reports that researchers from the Psychiatric Epidemiology Research Centre at the Australian National University examined all accessible reports of depression and aging.

And what they found was that there's actually a drop in the rate of depression and anxiety as people age. In long-term studies, even people who had problems of anxiety and depression when they were younger stopped having these problems when they got old.

There's one caveat. The researchers really can't tell if the older people really feel better, or if they no longer understand all the things they should be upset about.

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Cashing Out
Counting money can be painful. Just ask any bank teller.
Counting runs you the risk of repetitive stress injury, so the Annals of Physical Anthropology came up with a Japanese study that explored the best way to count money.

The researchers studied the speed of counting, along with the strain on 14 different muscle groups, and here's their advice:

For maximum efficiency and the least risk of repetitive stress injury, you should keep your upper arms close to your body and your forearms extended at an angle of 30 degrees. This seems to be the best position all around for the arms, back and shoulders, and also allows for the fastest counting rate.

In addition, the work surface should always be below elbow level, and you should never sit more than 19.6 inches from it.

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MSG Myths

If you think Chinese takeout gives you headaches because of all the monosodium glutamate (MSG) that's used to bring out the flavor of various foods, you'll be surprised at this Harvard study.
According to the Journal of Nutrition, MSG may not cause headaches after all.

University researchers found 130 people who complained of MSG headaches and got them to try foods with and without MSG. They also gave them samples of plain MSG.

Some of the people who had reported MSG headaches did react when they were given pure MSG. But none of them had any reaction when the MSG was mixed with food.

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The Secret Garden Wars

If you think that wonderful smell of freshness that shows up after a summer rain is just nature's way of pleasing you, think again. It really is a jungle out there -- and there's warfare going on.
That pleasant smell of your lawn after a rain shower, for instance, emanates from some pretty unpleasant chemicals produced in a microscopic world by soil-dwelling bacteria fighting for territory.

More noticeable to humans in the increased humidity after a rain, the microbes send out poisonous blasts of gas to keep away competitors, says author David Bodanis in his book, The Secret Family.

Another sweet smell of a humid summer day comes from shrubs that "send an odoriferous alcohol upward to spotlight the point where they're being attacked by caterpillars or other gnawing insects, writes Bodanis. The chemical message is aimed at wasps, to attract them to the munching crawlers that are their prey.

More of the aroma of summer comes from flowers planted too closely together. Bodanis says their roots send hydrogen cyanide into the soil to annihilate competing neighbors. Still another gas is sent out by rose bushes trying to counter attacking fungi.

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Women's Work?
First the good news:
When researchers from the University of South Carolina reviewed the exercise patterns of women over 40, they found most were getting the recommended amount of exercise to stay healthy, says a report in the Journal of Women's Health and Gender Based Medicine.

Now, the bad news: Ninety-five percent of those women got their exercise by doing household chores. While 65 percent were doing work considered physical exercise, fewer than 25 percent did any exercise that could be classified as recreation. Fifty-three percent were getting a workout by taking care of children, and fifty-one percent kept fit by working on the lawn.

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