Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Health Newsletters at the Patient Health Library, November 2011

Not all information is free and not all of it is online!  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!

Consumer Reports on Health, October 2011
-Building stronger bones: Advice for women and men, pp.1-5
-Food for thought: How food affects emotions and cognition, pp.8-9

DukeMedicine HealthNews, November 2011
-Combat osteoarthritis with daily physical activity, pp.1-2
-Practice positive activities to help overcome depression, pp.5-6
-Aerobic exercise trumps resistance training for losing belly fat, p.7

Harvard Health Letter, October 2011
-Controlling what—and how much—we eat: Learning about cravings, pp.1-3
-Seeking a second opinion, p.6

Mayo Clinic Health Letter, October 2011
-Regenerative medicine, pp.4-5
-Maximizing your benefit from chemotherapy, supplement pp.1-6

Nutrition Action Newsletter, October 2011
-How the food industry influences what we eat, pp.10-11

Tufts University Health & Nutrition Letter, October 2011
-When snacks attack: What you can do to break the snacking cycle, pp.4-6
“About half the average 3.35 pounds a healthy, non-obese American gains over four years can be traced to potato chips.”

UC Berkeley Wellness Letter, October 2011
-Dental erosion: 7 tips for your teeth, p.2
-What you need to know about tuna, p.4
-Peripheral artery disease, p.5
-Does massage help? p.6