Journal of Adolescent Health.

Huang, Terry TK, Journal of Adolescent Health, 35:399 – 401 Reading Nutrition Labels and Fat consumption in adolescents.two years ago: number of hungry people worldwide drops, but 925 million more malnourished More favorable economic conditions in 2009, the fall in international the fall in international food prices, according to the historic highs of 2008 , the most important factors that the significant downward trend reports reports (Leeder / Reguly, the FAO estimate is not the revival in grain prices into account since the beginning of July, according to the Wall Street Journal, which also noted that FAO officials and many economists doubt that the increase in the grain prices grain prices this summer to trigger another food crisis of the kind two years ago, seen (Kilman, FAO also said the figures published on Tuesday is not the millions of hungry people in three emergency areas – Pakistan, Haiti and the Sahel in Africa, the Globe and Mail writes (14..

Almost 80 percent of adolescents reported sometimes or always read nutrition information even though it did not translate into a healthier diet among boys but found that reading nutrition information with a higher fat intake was connected while in girls not fat intake by. Read nutrition Facts vary This is an important finding, since fat intake in U.S. Adolescents is near the maximum of the recommended daily allowance .Although the number of screening colonoscopy during which time carried out by twenty-four thousand nine hundred and fifty-five to 55 increased the %age of colonoscopy screening instead of diagnostics or other purposes or only slightly, from 34.3 % to 38.4 %. ‘Although screening colonoscopy more than doubled in frequency, it are still a small part of bowel cancer,’the authors write. ‘Overall, there was no significant difference in the probability subjected screening colonoscopy from 1998 to 2003.’.