Resources by Young Ju
|Caffeinated Energy Drinks/Energy Shots Among Young Adults||
There are more than 300 energy drink and energy shot products available in the United States, and of these, Red Bull, Monster, Rockstar, 5-Hour Energy, Stacker 2 6-Hour Power, and private labels are the topselling brands. Manufacturers have now shifted their marketing focus from athletes to young adults, and these drinks are being aggressively marketed on college campuses. Thirty-four percent of 18- to 24-year-olds use energy drinks regularly as a means of improving performance, endurance, and alertness before and during exercise; staying awake in demanding situations; and compensating for loss of sleep, especially during exams.
|Dec 9, 2015||HNFE-299P|
|Understanding Cancer, What We Know About Lung Cancer||
Lung cancer is the third most commonly diagnosed cancer and the leading cause of cancer death among both men and women in the United States. One in thirteen (1/13) men and one in sixteen women (1/16) will be diagnosed with lung cancer during their lifetime.1 The risk of dying from lung cancer is 23 times higher among male smokers, and 13 times higher among‐ female smokers, compared to non-smokers.
|May 23, 2016||HNFE-338NP (HNFE-369NP)|
|To Soy or Not to Soy: Effects of Soybeans on Breast Cancer, Menopause and Heart Disease||
Originating in China, soybeans have been cultivated for more than 5,000 years. They were introduced to America in the 19th century, and since the 1940s, they have become one of the most important economic crops in this country.
|Mar 29, 2016||HNFE-339P|
|Is a Gluten-Free Diet Healthy for People Without Celiac Disease?||Apr 15, 2016||HNFE-350P|
|Understanding Cancer, What We Know About Colorectal Cancer||May 19, 2016||HNVE-368NP|
|Are Low-Fat or Fat-Free Products Problem-Free?||Nov 17, 2016||HNFE-370P|
|Understanding Cancer, What We Know About Breast Cancer||
About 1 in 8 women will find out they have breast cancer at some point in their life. Except for skin cancer, breast cancer is the most common cancer among women in the U.S., accounting for nearly 29% of newlydiagnosed cancers. One case of breast cancer isdiagnosed every two minutes, and one womandies of breast cancer every 13 minutes in the U.S
|Mar 2, 2017||HNFE-411NP|