Consumers Wary About Food Additives In Processed Foods. With some sources saying that Americans may spend up to 90 percent of their food budget on processed foods, there is reason for concern about the additives contained in these convenient foods. Health and nutrition experts say that though processed foods are often cheaper than … [Read more...] about Reasons to be Wary of Food Additives Cleveland Clinic Warns
Many Americans spend up to 90 percent of their food budget on processed foods, which are more convenient and can be less expensive than fresh foods, but health and nutrition experts say such foods may be less healthy than fresh foods. Dietitian Kate Patton and intern Sara Saliba of the Cleveland Clinic’s Section of Preventive … [Read more...] about Cleveland Clinic Heart & Vascular Team Warns About Food Additive Consumption
Hands Free Cell Phone Affect Male Fertility. Researchers from the Cleveland Clinic are warning that cell phone use, including hands-free devices—can affect male fertility. The information appears in the journal Fertility and Sterility. Men are warned to ensure that the devices are not kept in proximity to their … [Read more...] about Even Hands Free Cell Phone Use Can Affect Male Fertility
Relative Risk For Blood Clot In Patients With Drug-Eluting Stents. There is as much as a four- to five- fold increased relative risk for late thrombosis, or blood clot formation, in patients with drug-eluting stents compared to those with bare-metal stents, according to a Cleveland Clinic-led meta-analysis published in the December … [Read more...] about Patients With Drug-Eluting Stents Are at Risk for Late Thrombosis
Drug-Coated Stents Risks Of Thrombosis. The Cleveland Clinic said its analysis found that patients with drug-eluting stents have a higher risk of late thrombosis. In fact, the Ohio-based center said patients implanted with the drug-coated devices designed to prevent re-closing of the coronary artery, a condition known as … [Read more...] about Drug-coated stents carry higher clot risk?
Cleveland Clinic Attack COX-2 Inhibitors. If you like playing the game “connect the dots,” you might find this one very interesting: 2001 – Drs. Eric Topol and his associate (and subordinate) at the prestigious Cleveland Clinic, Steven Nissen, jointly attack COX-2 inhibitors and especially Vioxx The concerns arising … [Read more...] about Strange Goings On at the Cleveland Clinic: More Problematic?