Monthly Archives: June 2013

BPA linked to obesity risk in puberty-age girls

Does this answer the question: “Which came first?  The chicken or the egg?” I don’t think so.  There is certainly a lot of plastic around.  Some of it serves a good purpose although I wonder about recycling vs landfills for … Continue reading

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Caregiving dads treated disrespectfully at work, new study finds

We still have a long way to go in this department!  I believe that generational turnover is so slow that it takes a long time (maybe longer than our lifespan) to see changes in behaviors.  And we can’t discount that … Continue reading

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Nontoxic cancer therapy proves effective against metastatic cancer

This is interesting since tumor cells rely heavily on glucose (sugar or carbohydrate) metabolism.  However, a ketogenic diet is a difficult one to maintain over time and we still do not have enough long-term data to say if there are … Continue reading

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