Health

General Mills flour recall has spread to other brands

General Mills flour recall has spread to other brands

After General Mills recalled its flour products due possibility for them to contain E. coli, other brands are now getting affected from the recall. Brands that have used General Mills flour are subject to recall.

Kabob’s Acquisitions is recalling its Batches of Krusteaz Blueberry Pancake Mix and more than two dozen types of pre-made appetizers because these products were made using General Mills flour that was processed by the end of last year.

Consumption of Fruits and Vegetables improves mood: Research

Consumption of Fruits and Vegetables improves mood: Research

Consumption of fruits and vegetables has been found to considerably enhance the future contentment levels of people, according to a study conducted by University of Warwick. Enhancement of happiness was recorded with an intake of each additional portion of fruit and vegetables, with a maximum level of 8 portions daily.

Friends and relatives of Alzheimer’s patients face inevitable question of how to act

Friends and relatives of Alzheimer’s patients face inevitable question of how to act

According to the Alzheimer’s Association around 5.4 million people in America have the disease. In such cases, friends and relatives of the patient often face the inevitable question of how to act.

America’s first fully dissolvable heart stent approved

America’s first fully dissolvable heart stent approved

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has given green signal to Abbott Labs’ Absorb bioresorbable heart stent for heart patients. This dissolving heart stent is the first medical device of its kind to be commercially available for patients having coronary artery disease in America.

Study finds pregnant women benefiting from exercising

Study finds pregnant women benefiting from exercising

Researchers at Thomas Jefferson University asserted in a study that vigorous exercise can be advantageous for both pregnant women and their babies. This assertion is certainly refuting conventional belief that restricts pregnant women from exercising to prevent harms to baby in womb.

Study provides another evidence of benefits of engaging in physical activities

Study provides another evidence of benefits of engaging in physical activities

For long, participation in physical activities has been associated with enhanced health. For example, only 15 minutes of everyday exercise has been demonstrated to extend the lifespan of older adults. A physically fit person in midlife also has lesser chances of stroke later in life.

Now, a latest study has once again provided another proof of the advantages of physical activities involvement and this time it includes breast cancer survivors.

Pages

Contact

Whether you want to ask us a question, would like to solve a problem, or just give us a suggestion, you’ll find many ways to contact us right here.

Email: editor@norcal.news

Phone: (916) 225-9835

Fax: (916) 225-9845

Newsletters

Subscribe and get the latest updates, news and more...