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Recipe for Chocolate Bundt Cake

Recipe for Chocolate Bundt Cake

We celebrated another Birthday at the office with Chocolate Bundt Cake Recipe for Chocolate Bundt Cake 1-(15.25OZ) PKG. Devil’s Food Cake Mix 1 Cup Plain Yogurt 4 Lg. Eggs 1(3.4 OZ) PKG. Vanilla Instant Pudding Mix ½ Cup + 1TBL. Vegetable oil, divided 2 Cups Semi-Sweet Chocolate Chips ½ cup Warm Water Glaze 2 TBL. […]

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People May Have Difficulty Accurately Estimating Salt Intake When Eating At Fast-Food Restaurants

People May Have Difficulty Accurately Estimating Salt Intake When Eating At Fast-Food Restaurants

TIME (4/24, Oaklander) reports that research published in Appetite suggests people may have difficulty accurately estimating how much salt they consume when eating at a fast-food restaurant. Investigators “stood outside fast-food restaurants and asked people to guess how much sodium they just ate.” Participants’ “answers were almost always six times too low.”

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Less exercise may mean weaker bones for teens, study says

Less exercise may mean weaker bones for teens, study says

A study measuring physical activity and bone strength among more than 300 teens found those who got less exercise had weaker bones. Researchers reported in the Journal of Bone and Mineral Research that increasing bone health does not require participation in structured or organized sports — simple activities such as dancing, playing tag or skipping […]

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Running May Increase Life Expectancy, Study Suggests

Running May Increase Life Expectancy, Study Suggests

The New York Times (4/12, Reynolds, Subscription Publication) reports “running may be the single most effective exercise to increase life expectancy,” according to a review study published in Progress in Cardiovascular Disease. Researchers concluded that runners tended to live three years longer than non-runners, and no other form of exercise evaluated by the researchers had […]

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Most Kids Who Die Of Flu Not Vaccinated Against The Virus, Study Shows

Most Kids Who Die Of Flu Not Vaccinated Against The Virus, Study Shows

The CBS Evening News (4/3, story 9, 2:00, Pelley) reported, “A new study…says getting young children vaccinated against the flu could save their lives.” The NBC News (4/3, Fox) website reports that Centers for Disease Control and Prevention researchers found that “most children who have died of flu in recent years were not vaccinated against the virus.” The researchers “found […]

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Breastfeeding May reduce hyperactivity risk, study says

Breastfeeding May reduce hyperactivity risk, study says

Children who were exclusively breast-fed for at least six months had slightly less hyperactive behavior at age 3 but not at age 5, compared with those who weren’t breast-fed, but there were no significant differences in cognitive development at ages 3 and 5, Irish researchers reported in Pediatrics. However, breast-feeding continues to offer child, maternal […]

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Frequent, Brisk Walks May Slow Early Alzheimer’s Patients’ Memory Loss, Study Suggests

Frequent, Brisk Walks May Slow Early Alzheimer’s Patients’ Memory Loss, Study Suggests

The New York Times (3/1, Reynolds, Subscription Publication) reports that, according to a study published in PLoS One, “for some people with early-stage Alzheimer’s disease, frequent, brisk walks may help to bolster physical abilities and slow memory loss.” Researchers at the University of Kansas recruited about 70 men and women with Alzheimer’s and while one group “began a supervised […]