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Healthy Food Found To Be Very Hard On The Wallet

Posted on 04 August 2011 by admin

Washington (HealthKnowItAll) – Researchers have found that healthy food is more expensive than unhealthy food.

The study, which was published in the journal Health Affairs, focused in the cost of food in the U.S.

Americans are spending thousands of dollars each year on food, and researchers from the University of Washington aimed to look into cost differences of healthy and unhealthy food. Continue Reading

Cargill Ground Turkey Recall A Result Of Salmonella

Posted on 03 August 2011 by admin

Boston (HealthKnowItAll) – Cargill, one of the largest meat processors in the U.S., has announced a massive recall of ground turkey.

Cargill confirmed that they have recalled 36 million pounds of ground turkey. Continue Reading

Hot Dogs Are Full Of Fat, Unhealthy Processed Meats

Posted on 01 August 2011 by admin

Washington (HealthKnowItAll) – A non-profit organization has started a campaign against the American favorite at baseball parks around the country, the hot dog.

The non-profit Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine has launched a major campaign to alert the entire U.S. about the dangers of consuming hot dogs. Continue Reading

Posted on 08 March 2011 by staff

Scientists Develop urethras From Bladder Cells


It seems like there are constantly new medical breakthroughs being reported and this is no exception as scientists report being able to grow urinary tubes and successfully implant them into patients who need them.

How did they do it? By the use of patient’s very own stem cells taken from the body and cultured in a dish in the lab.

Posted on 07 March 2011 by staff

Washington (HealthKnowItAll) – Results of a new study show that many Americans are not getting the recommended amount of sleep, thanks in large part to technology.

In a world where the internet, cell phones and television sets play such an important part of our lives, it is not far fetched to believe that it is these devices that are responsible for us sleeping less at night.

We are supposed to be getting up to seven hours of uninterupted sleep a night but with pagers going off, texting alerts, video games and late night television, getting the required amount of sleep is not as easy as it used to be.

Researchers from the National Sleep Foundation carried out a study in which they asked people how much technology kept them up at night, with the results proving without a doubt that we can blame electronics for sleeping less.

Up to 95% of people who responded stated that they use an electronic device within an hour of going to bed, while two thirds of people stated that they were not getting the required seven hours of sleep a night thanks to their various electronics.

Sleeping soundly during the night is very important as it leads to better productivity during the day, thus those who are not getting the required amount of sleep should really try to do so, even if it means turning off the cell phone or going to bed a little earlier.

Posted on 09 June 2009 by admin


Whoever thought that a computer could be cause for concern when it came to injuries in and around the home? Well it appears according to a study that the machines can cause harm.

When we think of computer related injuries we think of wrist pain from typing, or blurring vision from spending hours looking at a monitor.