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2009-01-22 11:29:17

A growing body of evidence demonstrates that we can take steps to delay age-related cognitive decline, including in some cases that which accompanies Alzheimer's disease, according to a study published in the January 2009 issue of the Journal of Alzheimer's Disease. Thomas B. Shea, PhD, of the Center for Cellular Neurobiology; Neurodegeneration Research University of Massachusetts, Lowell and his research team have carried out a number of laboratory studies demonstrating that drinking apple...

2008-12-08 11:16:00

RANDOLPH, N.J., Dec. 8 /PRNewswire/ -- First Juice(R) has received a 2008 PTPA Media Award (Parent Tested, Parent Approved) and was recognized in the PTPA Green Category as well. PTPA Media's mission is to discover and appraise new products designed for children and families. Winners of the prestigious Seal of Approval from PTPA Media are selected based on value, functionality, quality and appeal of the product. Being honored with this award is a huge achievement for a product geared to...

2008-09-19 00:00:22

I t tempted Eve, inspired Isaac Newton and is the key ingredient of our classic Westcountry "zoider". Now regional company Cobell has pipped the competition, to become sole distributor of a top-secret elixir made from the apple. Derived from four old English apple varieties, Evesse is a hush- hush natural formula that will be added to juices and smoothies, to boost their natural goodness. "We should all be chuffed that we've had a superfood growing right under our noses," says Cobell boss...

2008-09-17 12:00:17

BEIJING, Sept. 17 /Xinhua-PRNewswire/ -- China's Shaanxi is increasingly becoming one of the most important apple export region, with apple ( http://www.himfr.com/ps-apple/ ) production reaching 8 million tons this year, Himfr.com reports. Information according to himfr.com ( http://www.himfr.com/) shows that in 2007, fruit ( http://www.himfr.com/post/ ) cultivation area of China's Shaanxi Province comprised 1327 hectares, with an output of 9.4 million tons, of which 727 hectares were...

2008-08-20 03:00:35

HEART and cancer drugs may not work properly if washed down with grapefruit, orange or apple juice, say researchers. A study by Canadian scientists found a chemical in the juices shut certain drugs out of the body. Professor David Bailey, from the University of Western Ontario, said: "This is just the tip of the iceberg." (c) 2008 Daily Record; Glasgow (UK). Provided by ProQuest LLC. All rights Reserved.

2008-06-25 18:03:01

CORONA, Calif., June 25, 2008 (PRIME NEWSWIRE) -- As previously indicated during the course of the company's most recent earnings call, Hansen Natural Corporation (Nasdaq:HANS) announced today that the company's Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Rodney Sacks and Vice Chairman and President Hilton Schlosberg will host an investor conference call Tuesday, July 8, 2008 at 2 p.m. Pacific Time (5 p.m. Eastern Time) to provide an update on the company's business and operations. The call will...

2008-05-17 14:10:00

Researchers in France report that apples, purple grapes and juices made from the fruits, protect against the development of clogged arteries.   In their study, the scientists fed hamsters either apples, grapes, apple juice, grape juice or water, along with a fatty diet, and discovered that those who consumed grape juice had the lowest probability of developing clogged arteries. The research, conducted by scientists from the University of Montpellier and led by Kelly Decorde, found...

2007-12-08 03:00:00

While it may seem as American as apple pie, much of the apple juice filling those juice boxes and jugs on U.S. grocery shelves comes from China. Over the past 10 years, China, which produces up to 65 percent of the world's apples, has become the top supplier of concentrate used in apple juice sold in the U.S., contributing more than 40 percent of the juice consumed here, compared with 22 percent from domestically produced apples, according to the U.S. Apple Association trade group. Both...

2007-06-15 16:50:01

ANTIOCH, Calif. - Kim Mayorga was confused when her 2-year-old started making funny faces and pushing away the apple juice he had ordered at Applebee's. The explanation came when she opened the lid of the sippy cup and was hit by the smell of tequila and Triple Sec. The restaurant staff accidentally gave Julian Mayorga a margarita Monday. He grew drowsy and started vomiting a few hours later and was rushed to the hospital. "I wasn't going to make a big deal about it," the mother told the...

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