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Healthy Tips for the New Year

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Dear Friends,

Now that it's a new year, you might want to make a few 
resolutions for a safe and healthy 2006. To help you with 
some ways to improve your well-being, I have included some 
healthy tips for the new year, courtesy of The American 
Council on Science and Health.

Stay Safe,


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Neptune Systems, of San Jose, Calif., is recalling about 300 
Direct Connect 8 Power Strips. The metal enclosure on the 
power strip is not properly grounded, which could result in 
an electrical shock. The Direct Connect 8 (DC8) power strip 
is sold for use to control aquarium equipment with a computer. 
The power strip has a black aluminum enclosure with eight 
outlets, and a black extension cord. The serial number is 
printed on the white label on the side of the unit. The 
serial numbers are between DC81000 through DC81633. 

"Direct Connect 8" is written on the side of the unit. The 
strips were sold directly from Neptune Systems and through 
major aquarium mail-order companies nationwide from June 2005 
through November 2005 for between $90 and $175. Consumers 
should immediately stop using these power strips and contact 
the firm for a free replacement. For additional information, 
contact Neptune Systems toll-free at (866) 214-8728 between 
9 a.m. and 5 p.m. PT Monday through Friday, email the firm 
at recall@neptunesys.com, or visit their Web site at 


Generac Power Systems Inc., of Waukesha, Wis. and RB Royal 
Industries Inc., of Fond du Lac, Wis. recall 20,000 12" 
Braided Flex Fuel Hose sold with certain Guardian Home 
Standby Air-Cooled Generators. The fuel hoses can leak if 
bent in an unreasonable fashion during installation or upon 
completion of installation. If an ignition source is present, 
a fire or explosion can occur. The recalled braided flex 
fuel hoses are used with Guardian Home Standby Air-Cooled 
Generators with serial numbers 3789827 and below. 

The generators are about 4 feet by 2 feet by 2½ feet, tan in 
color, and have identification decal tags displaying the 
serial number. Independent and national dealers sold these 
generators with the flex fuel hoses between March 2001 and 
September 2003 for about $1500 to $2500. 

Consumers should stop using the generator if the fuel hose 
is bent or if the ferrules (connectors) are cracked, split 
or damaged in any way. Contact Generac Power Systems or a 
Generac authorized service dealer, to arrange for a free 
inspection and replacement of the flex fuel hose. Call 
Generac Power Systems at (800) 949-7440 between 8 a.m. and 
5 p.m. CT Monday through Friday, or visit their Web site at 


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                     @ HEALTH SAFETY @

NEW YORK - Women with BRCA1 gene mutations, which confer a   
high risk of developing breast cancer, might decrease their   
risk by drinking a lot of coffee, according to a multicenter   
team of investigators. Dr. Steven A. Narod, of the University   
of Toronto, Ontario, and colleagues examined the association   
between coffee consumption and the risk of breast cancer   
among 1690 high-risk women with BRCA1 or BRCA2 mutations.   

The study included women from 40 clinical centers in four   
countries. A self-administered questionnaire was used to   
assess the average lifetime coffee consumption.   

The likelihood of developing breast cancer among BRCA muta-   
tion carriers who drank 1 to 3 cups of coffee daily, 4 to 5   
cups, or 6 or more cups was reduced by 10 percent, 25 percent   
and 69 percent, respectively, compared to those who drank no   
coffee, according to the report in the International Journal   
of Cancer.   

When the investigators classified the women by mutation   
status, they found significant protection from coffee for   
women with a BRCA1 mutation, but not for carriers of a BRCA2   

The investigators note that coffee is an important source of   
phytoestrogens, which may have protective effects.   

"The mechanism by which phytoestrogens may beneficially   
influence the risk of breast cancer has predominantly been   
attributed to their structural similarity to endogenous   
estrogens and their ability to bind to estrogen receptors,"   
Narod and colleagues explain.   

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The American Council on Science and Health advises making   
health maintenance a top New Year's resolution. The group   
of science and medical professionals gives 12 health-   
promoting tips:   

--Focus on real risks, such as smoking or gaining too much   
weight, rather than on theoretical threats beyond your   
control, such as receiving an anthrax-laden letter.   

--Do not smoke.   

--Keep a healthy weight by eating a balanced diet and   
exercising 30 to 45 minutes three to five times a week.   

--Handle foods safely by washing hands and surfaces,   
avoiding cross-contamination, cooking to proper   
temperatures and refrigerating promptly.   

--Never drink and drive.   

--If you drink, do so in moderation.  

--Get regular preventive care, such as screening tests   
and immunizations.   

--Guard against sexually transmitted diseases, including   

--Check with your doctor before starting an "alternative"   
therapy, such as herbal medicine, massage, chiropractic   
treatment or aromatherapy.   

--Use seat belts.   

--Maintain your dental health.   

--Install a smoke detector.  

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