Cochlear announces winners of Graeme Clark and Anders Tjellstrom Scholarships Cochlear Limited , the global leader in implantable hearing solutions, announced today the winners of the 13th annual Graeme Clark and the fourth annual Anders Tjellstrom Scholarships woman’s health . ‘We are extremely proud to honor these excellent young people who have shown perseverance and leadership, while profiting from Cochlear's state-of-the-art systems,’ said Chris Smith, President of Cochlear Americas. ‘These students represent the leaders of tomorrow, and we look forward to seeing what the future holds for each and every one of them.’ Five students were awarded Graeme Clark Scholarships: Grace Mariette Agolia , a sophomore at University of Notre Dame; Julia Filloon , a freshman at Elon University; Isaiah Grafe , a freshman at Rochester Institute of Technology; Lennon Radcliffe , a freshman at University of Louisville; and Brooke Shinaberry , a graduate student at University of Utah.
The typical American diet is low in potassium and high in sodium, which is found in table salt. Other research has shown that this imbalance is unhealthy. In one study, individuals who ate foods low in potassium and saturated in sodium had twice the risk of death from heart disease and a 50 % higher threat of death from all causes. Various other analyses indicate a 12-ounce serving of coconut water has more potassium than a banana. In fact it is high in healthful antioxidants, added Bhattacharya, who’s with Indiana University Southeast in New Albany. Coconut water may be the clear liquid found most inside youthful abundantly, green coconuts, which are fruits of the coconut palm.