Weekly Health Update #42

Mental Attitude: Young Adults Are Stressed-Out!
A recent study shows adults ages 18-33 years old are more likely to report higher stress levels than those outside of their age range. Furthermore, 53% said they received little or no support for stress management from their health care provider.
American Psychological Assoc, February 2013

Health Alert: Mini Stroke?
Each year 500,000 Americans experience mini strokes called transient ischemic attacks (TIAs). Symptoms usually go away within an hour, but 10-15% of people who experience TIAs will experience full-blown strokes within 3 months, and 40% of these strokes will occur within the first 24 hours! A TIA is caused by a temporary blockage, typically a blood clot, in a blood vessel in the brain. Symptoms are similar to a stroke and include numbness or paralysis on one side of the body, vision changes, trouble speaking, difficulty with balance or walking, and sudden severe headache.
Expert Review of Neurotherapeutics, February 2013

Diet: Low-Calorie Meals and Restaurant Finances.
Restaurants that introduced more low-calorie options had a 5.5% increase in sales compared to a 5.5% decline among the restaurants that didn’t offer such options. In fact, they had a 10.9% growth in customer traffic versus a 14.7% decline in the other restaurants.
Hudson Institute, February 2013

More Reasons.
Regular exercise reduces the likelihood of developing low-back problems, as well as improving balance and coordination.
Surgeon General’s Report on Physical Activity and Health, 1996

Chiropractic: Colic and Chiropractic.
A review of six randomized trials involving 325 infants suggests infants who received gentle, low-velocity manipulation treatments had a reduction in crying an average of one hour and twelve minutes a day, and had no adverse effects.
Surgeon General’s Report on Physical Activity and Health, 1996

Wellness/Prevention: Tea and Wine.
Natural chemicals found in green tea and red wine may disrupt a key step of the Alzheimer’s disease pathway. In early-stage experiments, researchers identified the process which allows harmful clumps of protein to latch on to brain cells, causing them to die. They were able to interrupt this pathway using the purified extracts of EGCG from green tea and resveratrol from red wine.
Journal of Biological Chemistry, February 2013

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