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Smartphone Camera Measures Blood Oxygen
by Conn Hastings (Medgadget) on September 21, 2022
At the University of Washington a research team has developed a smartphone system that can measure blood oxygen levels. The technology uses the camera and flash of the phone to take the measurement, and the system is so easy to use that it may be well suited for at-home use. A person presses their finger
‘This program’s really saved us’: As Canada offers safer opioids to curb overdoses, will U.S. follow?
by Andrew Joseph (Health – STAT) on September 21, 2022
Whatever risks come with safer supply, advocates say, they don’t stack up to the very real risk of people dying when they have to use what’s available on the street.
STATUS List Spotlight: Leading JAMA Through Turmoil ft. Kirsten Bibbins-Domingo
by Usha Lee McFarling (Health – STAT) on September 20, 2022
In this STATUS List Spotlight event, STAT sits down with Kirsten Bibbins-Domingo, editor-in-chief of JAMA and the JAMA Network.
Business model strategies to harness in the software as a medical device market
by Sponsored Article (Medical News Bulletin) on September 20, 2022
Medical News Bulletin – Daily Medical News, Health News, Clinical Trials And Clinical Research, Medical Technology, Fitness And Nutrition News–In One Place SaMD companies have taken off during the past years, helping create more accessible, personalized and effective healthcare. There is so much potential that the software as a medical device market is projected to continue growing at a CAGR of […]
Poxviruses, outbreaks, and Ebola: A Q&A with a retiring CDC expert on bad bugs
by Helen Branswell (Health – STAT) on September 20, 2022
Poxviruses, outbreaks, and Ebola: A Q&A with a retiring CDC expert on bad bugs.
A new study asks: Are we harming blood donors by taking blood from them?
by Brittany Trang (Health – STAT) on September 20, 2022
One question has plagued the field of blood donation for as long as there have been transfusions: Are we harming blood donors by taking blood from them?
Is the Covid-19 pandemic over? The answer is more art than science
by Helen Branswell (Health – STAT) on September 19, 2022
Experts say there are no accepted metrics or defined international rules that tell us when we can call the code on the Covid pandemic. In reality, things are much more…
3D Printed Light Sensor for Light-Sensitive Disease
by Conn Hastings (Medgadget) on September 19, 2022
At the University of Minnesota a team of researchers has developed a 3D printed light sensing wearable that can help people with light-sensitive diseases, such as lupus, to understand more about the types of light that can exacerbate their symptoms. Many people with lupus are sensitive to light, such as sunlight or even regular indoor
Functional constituents of plant-based foods boost immunity against acute and chronic disorders
by Waseem Khalid on September 22, 2022
Plant-based foods are becoming an increasingly frequent topic of discussion, both scientific and social, due to the dissemination of information and exchange of experiences in the media. Plant-based diets are considered beneficial for human health due to the supply of many valuable nutrients, including health-promoting compounds. Replacing meat-based foods with plant-based products will provide many valuable compounds, including antioxidants, […]
Fracture Risk in Vegetarians and Vegans: the Role of Diet and Metabolic Factors
by Anna R Ogilvie on September 21, 2022
PURPOSE OF REVIEW: There is strong evidence that poor dietary intake of certain micro- and macro-nutrients can negatively affect bone health. It is unclear if diet is the primary culprit for poor bone health in the vegan population.
The 2018 World Cancer Research Fund (WCRF)/American Institute for Cancer Research (AICR) score and diabetes risk in the Diabetes Prevention Program Outcomes Study (DPPOS)
by Marissa M Shams-White on September 21, 2022
CONCLUSIONS: Score improvements were associated with long-term, lower diabetes risk among high-risk adults randomized to ILS and PLB, but not MET. Future research should explore impact of the Score on cancer risk.
Nutritionally Adequate and Environmentally Respectful Diets Are Possible for Different Diet Groups: an Optimized Study from the NutriNet-Santé Cohort
by Emmanuelle Kesse-Guyot on September 20, 2022
CONCLUSIONS: A low-meat diet could be considered as a target for the general population in the context of sustainable transitions, although all diets tested can be overall nutritionally adequate, except for 3-n fatty acids, when planned appropriately.NutriNet-Santé cohort is registered at: https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT03335644.
Differences in the Association of Select Dietary Measures With Risk of Incident Type 2 Diabetes
by Stephanie E Tison on September 20, 2022
CONCLUSIONS: We found associations of several dietary approaches with incident type 2 diabetes. Investigation into mechanisms driving the association with the Southern dietary pattern is warranted. Further research into use of DIS, DII, and MIND diet score should be considered for dietary recommendations for diabetes prevention.
Effect of dietary β-mannanase supplementation on growth performance, digestibility, and gene expression levels of Cyprinus carpio (Linnaeus) fingerlings fed a plant protein-rich diet
by Aneesa Dawood on September 19, 2022
The aim of this study was to assess possible beneficial effects of dietary β-mannanase supplementation on the nutrient digestibility, growth performance, digestive and metabolic enzyme activity, and immune response of common carp (Cyprinus carpio) fed plant protein-rich diets. An experiment was conducted in triplicate, and a total of 225 fingerlings of common carp with an average body weight of 13.17 ± 0.12 g were stocked in 15 fiberglass […]
The carbon footprint of Italian schools meals: An optimal choice of dishes in vegan, vegetarian, and omnivorous menus
by Luca Benvenuti on September 19, 2022
This study aims to assess the carbon footprint associated with vegan, vegetarian, and omnivorous menus for primary school lunches in Italy. For this purpose, healthy and acceptable menus with minimal greenhouse gas emissions have been designed by a binary linear programming model. The results show that the adoption of a specific diet may help in reducing the carbon footprint of menus, but it is the optimal selection of dishes that ultimately […]
The role of metabolites under the influence of genes and lifestyles in bone density changes
by Xuewei Lv on September 19, 2022
CONCLUSION: With the increased level of HDL subfractions, the risk of bone loss in the population will increase; the risk of bone loss decreases with the increased level of very-low-density lipoprotein subfractions. Genetic factors and lifestyles can modify the effects of metabolites on BMD. Our results show evidence for the precise prevention of osteoporosis.
The relationship between meat disgust and meat avoidance-A chicken-and-egg problem
by Elisa Becker on September 19, 2022
Feelings of disgust toward meat have been researched for at least 30 years, but so far the causal relationship that may link meat disgust and meat consumption has remained elusive. Two possible pathways have been proposed in previous literature: the more common pathway seems to be that meat disgust is developed after a transition to vegetarianism, potentially via the process of moralization and recruitment of (moral) disgust. Other accounts […]
Plant Based News
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Pakistan Schools To Teach ‘Compassion’ In New Animal Welfare Classeson September 21, 2022
Switzerland To Vote On A Ban On Factory Farming This Weekon September 21, 2022
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In-home wireless device tracks disease progression in Parkinson’s patientson September 21, 2022
Mosquitoes that can’t spread malaria engineered by scientistson September 21, 2022
Improved air quality accelerates global warming in recent decadeson September 21, 2022
Fracture Risk in Vegetarians and Vegans: the Role of Diet and Metabolic Factorson September 21, 2022
The relationship between meat disgust and meat avoidance-A chicken-and-egg problemon September 19, 2022
Around the Web, Recipes
Announcing: Our Gluten-Free Baking Mixes + Flour Blend!by Dana @ Minimalist Baker (Vegan Archives – Minimalist Baker) on September 22, 2022
Friends! We have a super exciting announcement. Today we’re launching THREE brand-new Minimalist Baker products: Gluten-Free Flour Blend (a perfected version of our signature blend) Gluten-Free Chocolate Cake + Cupcake Mix (inspired by our love for all things chocolate) Gluten-Free Pancake + Waffle Mix (a perfected version of our DIY mix) […]
Vegan Honeyby Alison Andrews (Loving It Vegan) on September 21, 2022
This homemade vegan honey recipe is amazing! It’s made with 5 simple ingredients and looks and tastes like real honey! So, I’m really proud of this vegan honey recipe. It really came out SO well. The taste is amazing and the consistency is just spot on. It’s made with apple juice and sugar so there… Read More » The post Vegan Honey […]
Vegan Green Keemaby Richa (Vegan Richa) on September 21, 2022
Vegan Green Keema – a meatless spin on the Indian minced meat curry using a blend of lentils and walnuts simmered in a fragrant herby spicy sauce. Serve with a side of rice or dinner rolls or flatbread! Vegan Mumbai Hara Keema Soy-free, Glutenfree. Nutfree option Here’s a vegan spin on a restaurant favorite –… Read More The post Vegan […]
Fluffy Gluten-Free Focaccia Breadby Dana @ Minimalist Baker (Vegan Archives – Minimalist Baker) on September 21, 2022
We aren’t afraid to admit we love bread, friends. Nothing beats dipping a slice of fresh baked bread into a dish of oil and vinegar or a warm bowl of soup. One of our favorites is focaccia, and today is the day we’re bringing you FLUFFY gluten-free (and vegan!) focaccia. It’s crusty on the outside, tender on the inside, surprisingly easy to […]
20+ Creative Vegan Rice Recipesby Alena (Nutriciously) on September 20, 2022
You’ll love these creative vegan rice recipes, from easy sides to hearty mains and sweet treats! Budget-friendly, delicious, and kid-approved ideas. Whether it’s jasmine, wild, brown, or sushi rice: this tasty grain is always a win at any dinner table! It makes meals more satisfying and is a great budget-friendly staple in most homes. […]
22+ Easy Vegan Sweet Potato Recipesby Alena (Nutriciously) on September 20, 2022
Vibrantly orange and oh-so-delicious, these vegan sweet potato recipes will be a hit with the whole family! Find sweet and savory roasted, baked, mashed and steamed goodness here. Not only are sweet potatoes really versatile and tasty, but they are also packed with nutrition and look so pretty! When you are bored of dishes featuring … Read more
10-Minute Mushroom Avocado Toastby Dana @ Minimalist Baker (Vegan Archives – Minimalist Baker) on September 20, 2022
Avocado toast? We’re not over it. It’s hard to beat the quick, easy, and savory goodness of this breakfast staple, but topped with subtly spicy sautéed mushrooms?! It’s a must-try, friends! We love this mushroom avocado toast on its own as a snack, but it’s also perfect for breakfast with greens or alongside a fried egg. Just 1 pan, 7 […]
Vegan Cheese Sauce (Instant Pot Potato Carrot Cheese Sauce)by Richa (Vegan Richa) on September 19, 2022
The best Vegan Cheese Sauce made with veggies in the Instant Pot! It’s perfect for making classic mac and cheese but also tastes amazing with veggies, rice, or as a base for dairy-free cheese dips or use over nachos or baked potato! Gluten-free & nut-free option. Stovetop instructions as well. Here’s an amazing Vegan Cheese… Read More […]
The Best Vegan Wafflesby Alison Andrews (Loving It Vegan) on September 19, 2022
These vegan waffles are the BEST! Golden and crispy on the outside, tender and fluffy on the inside. They’re also super easy to make using pantry staples. Serve with loads of syrup and fresh fruit for the best vegan breakfast. These vegan waffles are seriously good. They are golden brown, crispy on the outside and… Read More » The post The […]
Mini Apple Butter Pop Tarts (Vegan + GF)by Dana @ Minimalist Baker (Vegan Archives – Minimalist Baker) on September 19, 2022
Subtly sweet, a little toasty, and totally nostalgic are all perfect descriptors for fall and for these mini apple butter pop tarts! Whether you grew up eating pop tarts or not, these vegan and gluten-free treats are sure to steal your heart. They’re buttery, flaky, cinnamon-infused, and everything you want in a fall treat. Plus, they’re […]
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