Friday, July 22, 2011

Health Newsletters at the Patient Health Library, July 2011

The UCSF Patient Health Library subscribes to a number of health and wellness newsletters that are not otherwise free to the public.  Here are some highlights from recent newsletters.

To see the entire articles, visit the Patient Health Library!

Duke Medicine HealthNews, July 2011
-Biology of food addiction, p.6
-There IS a “happiness” gene…but it’s not that simple, p.7

Harvard Health Letter, April 2011
-New criteria for diagnosing Alzheimer’s disease pp.4-5
-Coronary bypass vs. angioplasty p.7

Harvard Men's Health Watch, July 2011
-Music and health pp.1-5

Harvard Women's Health Watch, July 2011
-Experts urge intensive lifestyle measures for lowering triglycerides p.3
-Laser vision correction after midlife pp.4-6
-Help for chronic fatigue symptoms: exercise and cognitive behavioral therapy p.7

Mayo Clinic Health Letter, July 2011
-Benefits of weight training, pp.1-3

Tufts University Health & Nutrition Letter, July 2011
-Tai chi helps relieve depression in people over 60, pp.1-2
-Learning to love lentils, p.6

UC Berkeley Wellness Letter, July 2011
-Should you worry about the sugar in fruit? pp.1-2
-What you can do about prehypertension (mildly elevated blood pressure) supplement pp.1-4