DAILY HEALTH UPDATE: MONDAY: JUNE 19, 2017 Courtesy of: Dr. Frank Gomez, Chiropractic Physician

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Dr. Frank Gomez, Chiropractic Physician, mental health, diet, Nutrition, Health & Fitness


MONDAY JUNE 19, 2017

Courtesy of: Dr. Frank Gomez, Chiropractic Physician & Sayville Immediate Chiropractic care


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Mental Attitude: Heavy Kids Face Increased Odds for Depression as Adults. 
Being overweight during childhood may have long-lasting repercussions for one’s psychological health. Researchers analyzed data from nearly 900 Icelanders born between 1907 and 1935 and found that, compared with normal-weight children who became overweight adults, overweight or obese youth faced a three times greater risk of depression later in life, with an even higher risk for those who remained overweight into adulthood.
European Congress on Obesity, May 2017

Health Alert: Dying Patients Often Take Medicines That Won’t Help Them. 
This study reviewed medical data concerning over a half of million seniors and found that many continued to take medications intended to prevent cardiovascular disease even as they entered the final days of their lives. The authors of the study write, “The clinical benefit of drugs aiming at preventing cardiovascular diseases during the final month of life is at the very least questionable… Physicians should consider discontinuing drugs that may be effective and otherwise appropriate, but whose potential harms outweigh the benefits that patients can reasonably expect before death occurs.”
American Journal of Medicine, May 2017

Diet: More Fiber in Your Diet May Lower Your Risk of Osteoarthritis of the Knee. 
Osteoarthritis (OA) is the most common type of arthritis in the United States, affecting more than 30 million adults. New research suggests that a diet rich in fiber may lower the risk of developing painful knee osteoarthritis. In the study, researchers reviewed data concerning over 6,000 adults and found that participants who consumed the most fiber had a 30%-61% lower risk of OA of the knee than those who consumed the least fiber in their diet. Furthermore, the study found that consuming more fiber in general significantly decreased the risk of the knee pain getting worse.
Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases, May 2017

Exercise: Regular Physical Activity and Reduced Sedentary Time Reduces Liver Fat. 
The role of exercise in the prevention and treatment of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease is well established but most research has focused on the benefit of increased moderate-vigorous activity (MVPA), as opposed to habitual physical activity. A new study that included 75 participants set out to investigate the influence of habitual physical activity on metabolic health and the presence of liver fat. The results revealed that for each hour of increased sedentary time, liver fat increased by 0.87%, while for every daily increase of 1,000 steps, liver fat decreased by 0.87%.
European Congress on Obesity, May 2017

Chiropractic: Back Pain Common Among Professional Drivers. 
Using data collected from 800 taxi drivers, researchers report 54% had experienced an episode of back pain during the prior year. Factors associated with an elevated risk for back pain among professional drivers include longer daily driving duration, night shifts, and years worked in the industry. On the other hand, the researchers found increased rest days per month, longer sleep duration, and more physical activity lowered the risk of developing back pain among study participants.
Occupational Medicine, May 2017

Wellness/Prevention: Skip Processed Foods. 
Processed foods are known to contain large amounts of potentially unhealthy fat, salt, and preservatives. To avoid consuming processed foods, the American Heart Association recommends: cook your own meals instead of eating ready-made meals; skip bottled salad dressings and create your own; buy plain yogurt and add fruit; grow your own fruit and vegetables; and choose less processed snacks, such as vegetables, popcorn, nuts, or seeds.
American Heart Association, May 2017

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