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  1. Cranberries Benefit Entire Body, Not Just Urinary TractRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 19, 2016 | News Max

    Cranberries have been promoted to help prevent urinary infections for decades, but new research from Tufts University finds they provide health benefits for the entire body. Scientists found that compounds in cranberry interact with each other to create a synergy that is unique to the tangy fruit.

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  2. Review highlights beneficial health effects of cranberriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 19, 2016 | Medical News

    While decades of cranberry research has found that regular consumption of cranberry products promotes urinary tract health, leading scientists studying the bioactive components of fruits and other foods reported that cranberries possess whole body health benefits. In a July 2016 Advances in Nutrition supplement, Impact of Cranberries on Gut Microbiota and Cardiometabolic Health: Proceedings of the Cranberry Health Research Conference 2015, a team of international researchers reviewed the complex, synergistic actions of compounds that are uniquely cranberry.

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  3. Scientists agree that cranberry benefits may extend to the gut, heart, immune system and brainRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 18, 2016 | EurekAlert!

    While decades of cranberry research has found that regular consumption of cranberry products promotes urinary tract health, leading scientists studying the bioactive components of fruits and other foods reported that cranberries possess whole body health benefits. In a July 2016 Advances in Nutrition supplement, Impact of Cranberries on Gut Microbiota and Cardiometabolic Health: Proceedings of the Cranberry Health Research Conference 2015, a team of international researchers reviewed the complex, synergistic actions of compounds that are uniquely cranberry.

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  4. Queensway Carleton proves hospital food doesn't need to be blandRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 18, 2016 | Canada.com

    ... mustard; a salad of spinach, butter lettuce, dandelion leaves and julienned carrots; tomato soup; milk, tea and cranberry juice; chocolate pudding and a heaping cup of ripe, juicy raspberries that the hospital assured wasn't just put on as show for ...

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  5. Cranberry beverage fared better than placebo in latest study on UTIsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 1, 2016 | BeverageDaily

    Delving deeper into a popular remedy that has lacked solid scientific backing, a new placebo-controlled study found that cranberry juice consumption lowered clinical urinary tract infection episodes in women with a recent history of UTIs. "A urinary tract infection is common and increasingly difficult to treat because of the rising rates of antibiotic resistance," wrote researchers in a new study published in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition.

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  6. Cranberry beverage fared better than placebo in latest study on UTIsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 1, 2016 | BeverageDaily

    Delving deeper into a popular remedy that has lacked solid scientific backing, a new placebo-controlled study found that cranberry juice consumption lowered clinical urinary tract infection episodes in women with a recent history of UTIs. "A urinary tract infection is common and increasingly difficult to treat because of the rising rates of antibiotic resistance," wrote researchers in a new study published in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition.

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  7. A Big Year for Spam & Pulses: Foodies predict retro dishes like...Read the original story

    Jan 14, 2016 | Country World News

    ... legumes like beans, lentils and peas will continue to grow. McCormick also expects new foods like pigeon peas, cranberry beans and black beluga lentils to emerge from this category. McCormick and other food industry analysts also expect consumers to ...

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  8. A daily glass of cranberry juice reduces urinary tract infections and antibiotic use in womenRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 20, 2016 | NewsTarget.com

    If you are among the 50 to 60 percent of women who suffer from urinary tract infections , then you can say goodbye to the antibiotics, as cranberry juice comes to the rescue. A new study published in American Journal of Clinical Nutrition found that drinking an 8-ounce glass of cranberry juice a day reduces symptomatic UTIs by nearly 40 percent in women with recurrent infections.

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  9. How cranberry juice can stave off infectionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 19, 2016 | Daily Mail

    ... at least two UTIs in the past year. It was discovered that the rate of UTIs decreased by 40 per cent among the cranberry drinkers, with just 39 diagnoses compared with 67 in the placebo group. This is because cranberries contain compounds known as ...

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  10. Cranberry Juice Probably Does Nothing for UTIsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 17, 2016 | New York Magazine

    Next time you're coming down with a UTI and consider heroically peeling yourself out of bed to purchase a bottle of cranberry juice - maybe don't bother. This Vox analysis of one study on cranberry juice and UTIs illuminates the ways that the food industry perpetuates health myths to improve sales.

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  11. Cranberry Juice May Reduce Use of Antibiotics, Study SuggestsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 16, 2016 | Bioscience Technology

    ... rate to one of the most widely used antibiotics to treat UTIs. A new landmark study says that drinking 8 ounces of cranberry juice a day can reduce symptomatic UTIs and ease the need for antibiotics to treat recurrent infections. Researchers at ...

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  12. 10 Surprising Facts About CranberriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 16, 2016 | US News & World Report

    ... but as concerns over antibiotic resistance mount, more attention has been given to preventative measures, like cranberry intake. More than 70 studies have shown that cranberries may help reduce UTIs, especially in women experiencing recurring ...

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  13. Study supports cranberry + probiotics combination for anti-UTI benefitsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 15, 2016 | Food Technology

    A combination of proanthocyanidins derived from cranberries with select probiotic strains may reduce the invasiveness of Escherichia coli, and help protect against urinary tract infections . The anti-UTI effects of cranberry are well-documented and are reported to due to PACs obstructing the adherence of E. coli to epithelial cells.

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  14. Want to ward off urinary infection? Drink cranberry juice dailyRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 16, 2016 | The Indian Express

    Drinking a 240 ml glass of cranberry juice per day can help women to keep urinary infection at bay, says a study led by an Indian-origin researcher. The study suggests that cranberries can also aid in decreasing the worldwide use of antibiotics.

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  15. The Health Reporter Is In: June 15, 2016Read the original story w/Photo

    Jun 15, 2016 | The News-Gazette

    Q: I understand research has shown that drinking cranberry juice can help prevent urinary tract infections in women who are prone to them, and seem to remember that a juice drink with 27% pure cranberry juice is considered ideal. Ocean Spray no longer lists the percentage of cranberry juice in their products, nor do the store brands; Ocean Spray's light juice used to be 27%, and I suspect it may be less now.

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  16. Cranberries can reduce symptomatic UTIs and avoid chronic suppressive antibioticsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 15, 2016 | Medical News

    Today leading experts on infectious disease and urinary tract infections will gather in London to discuss the alarming state of antibiotic resistance, and present findings from a landmark study that conclusively shows that cranberries can be a nutritional approach to reducing symptomatic UTIs, and as a result, may be a useful strategy to decrease worldwide use of antibiotics. According to the study, recently published by the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition , drinking an 8-ounce glass of cranberry juice a day reduces symptomatic UTIs by nearly 40 percent in women with recurrent UTIs - reducing the burden of UTIs and reducing the antibiotic use associated with treating recurrent UTIs.

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  17. Drink cranberry juice daily to ward off urinary infectionRead the original story

    Jun 15, 2016 | Newkerala.com

    New York, June 15 : Drinking a 240 ml glass of cranberry juice per day can help women to keep urinary infection at bay, says a study led by an Indian-origin researcher. The study suggests that cranberries can also aid in decreasing the worldwide use of antibiotics.

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  18. Eat cranberries to keep urinary infections at bayRead the original story

    Jun 14, 2016 | Newkerala.com

    Washington D.C., June 15 : If you are one of those who often suffer from urinary tract infections , then you must start having cranberries, as a new study has found that it can be nutritional approach for reducing symptomatic UTIs. Weber Shandwick Worldwide researchers have found that drinking an eight-ounce glass of cranberry juice a day reduces symptomatic UTIs by nearly 40 percent in women with recurrent UTIs, reducing the burden of UTIs and reducing the antibiotic use associated with treating recurrent UTIs.

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  19. Cranberries can decrease use of antibioticsRead the original story

    Jun 14, 2016 | Science Blog

    Today leading experts on infectious disease and urinary tract infections will gather in London to discuss the alarming state of antibiotic resistance, and present findings from a landmark study that conclusively shows that cranberries can be a nutritional approach to reducing symptomatic UTIs, and as a result, may be a useful strategy to decrease worldwide use of antibiotics. According to the study, recently published by the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition , drinking an 8-ounce glass of cranberry juice a day reduces symptomatic UTIs by nearly 40 percent in women with recurrent UTIs - reducing the burden of UTIs and reducing the antibiotic use associated with treating recurrent UTIs.

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  20. Study Suggests Cranberries Can Decrease Use of AntibioticsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 14, 2016 | Infection Control Today

    A study recently published by the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, found that drinking an 8-ounce glass of cranberry juice a day reduces the use of antibiotics. Courtesy of Ocean Spray Today leading experts on infectious disease and urinary tract infections will gather in London to discuss the alarming state of antibiotic resistance, and present findings from a landmark study that conclusively shows that cranberries can be a nutritional approach to reducing symptomatic UTIs, and as a result, may be a useful strategy to decrease worldwide use of antibiotics.

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