Health-e-News, July 2010
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Dietary supplements - including vitamins, herbs and fatty acids - are more popular than ever. But it is important to learn about what you are putting in your body. So in this issue, we provide information and tips on taking such supplements.

Also in this issue, learn how to properly use a HandiHaler® inhaler device, read about the impact of chronic illness on families and try a new, tasty recipe.

Health-e-Feature: Dietary Supplements
Disease Information
Healthy Lifestyle
Recent Research


Health-e-Feature: Dietary Supplements


Disease Information


Healthy Lifestyle

  • Recipe: Muffins for Wheat or Egg Allergy Sufferers
    Our dietitians are often asked to create recipes for allergy sufferers. Try these muffin recipes - our two most requested recipes patients wish to take home with them after their visit at National Jewish Health.


Recent Research

  • Longer Survival Changing the Face of Cystic Fibrosis
    A comprehensive analysis of cystic fibrosis patients over 40 by researchers at National Jewish Health highlights patients who have survived with the disease for decades and an emerging population of patients diagnosed as adults.
  • Genetic Ancestry Data Improve Diagnosis in Asthma and Lung Disease
    Americans with lung disease may face a far greater level of lung damage than either they or their doctor suspect, depending on their individual genetic heritage, according to research conducted at National Jewish Health and several other institutions.


Health-e-News is published by the Health Initiatives Department of National Jewish Health. This information is provided to you as an educational service. It is not meant to be a substitute for consulting with your own physician.
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