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(3) The study was led by Dr. Eric Rimm, who noted that ... (4) So on your next trip to the supermarket, stock up on some fresh wild blueberries – your body will thank you! Also, blueberry picking season began in May, so start making plans to visit ...
news.therawfoodworld.com · 5/15/2015
Acta Derm Venereol (Stock). 1984. 64: 557-559 ... Li WQ, Han JL, Manson JE, Rimm EB, Rexrode KM, Curhan GC, et al. Psoriasis and risk of nonfatal cardiovascular disease in U.S. women: a cohort study. Br J Dermatol. 2012 Apr. 166(4):811-8.
Medscape News · 1/22/2015
The 950 was followed by a succession of more advanced products. Not only was demand for the devices strong, so was the desire to own BlackBerry stock, which would go on two major runs. From October 1998 through February 2000, BlackBerry stock
Investors Business Daily · ByBrian Deagon · 4/21/2014
"People who gain the least weight are moderate drinkers, regardless of [alcoholic] beverage choice," said Eric Rimm, an associate professor of epidemiology and nutrition at Harvard Medical School and chairman of the 2010 review of alcohol in the federal ...
Wall Street Journal · BySumathi Reddy andSumathi.reddy · 8/14/2013
Let’s be honest: the stock market is probably the last thing on many people’s minds right now. Still, it’s a perfect time to glance in the rearview mirror and take a good look at your portfolio as we head into the home stretch of 2012. It’s also a ...
Investing Daily · 7/3/2012
Consumers seem to have an emotional attachment to Apple. Investors, however, must avoid falling in love with a stock. Getting overly attached to a company or stock is usually a good way to lose your shirt. And that's why at Ask Matt, we rely on four tests ...
usatoday30.usatoday.com · 5/4/2010
The number of Americans who own a BlackBerry (RIMM), iPhone (AAPL) or other cellular device ... on their phones all day -- except perhaps that most of those people sleep with their phones, too. The report is based on the findings of a daily tracking ...
Daily Finance · 9/3/2010
The company warned on Tuesday that it expected another loss. The weakness is reflected in the stock’s sharp decline. RIM’s market value is just $5.4 billion, down roughly 76 percent from a year ago. Its share price fell slightly on Thursday, ...
Deal Book · ByLa Merced andMichael J. De · 5/31/2012
"But no studies looked at long-term risk of heart attack," said Eric Rimm, one of the study authors at the Harvard School of Public Health. Why would skipping breakfast be a heart attack risk? Experts aren't certain, but here's what they think: People who ...
USA Today · 7/22/2013
Grant Support: By National Institutes of Health grants AA00299, AA11181, HL35464, and CA55075. Potential Financial Conflicts of Interest:Honoraria: E.B. Rimm. Requests for Single Reprints: Kenneth J. Mukamal, MD, MPH, MA, Division of General …
Annals of Internal Medicine · 1/4/2005