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2015/03/01 00:53
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We've barely dug ourselves out from beneath the pile of new diet books that arrived to kick off the year, and already the "get in shape for summer" diet books are filling our mailboxes. That raises...
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2015/02/28 23:49
2015/02/28 23:49
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THEY are known as the silent killers. The plethora of non-communicable diseases (NCD) creeping into our society must surely be cause for grave concern. But it is not a new phenomenon. It is a problem...
2015/02/27 19:27
2015/02/27 19:27
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Among its many rewards, eating a healthy diet might help protect against the development of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, or COPD, according to a new study. Based on more than 120,000 men...
2015/02/27 11:57
2015/02/27 11:57
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It’s a universal truth—anger sure doesn’t feel good. And according to new research, an angry outburst could also come with a pretty serious health effect. The study, published in the European Heart...
2015/02/27 11:49
2015/02/27 11:49
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With all the talk about how expensive it is to have a kid ($241,080 for the average U.S. family), many women don’t realize how much simply getting pregnant in the first place can affect your bottom...
2015/02/27 10:29
2015/02/27 10:29
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At the pick of the Ebola epidemic in West Africa, a Kenyan start-up created a reporting SMS-based system that allowed communities in Sierra Leone to alert the government on new infections and response...
2015/02/27 10:08
2015/02/27 10:08
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Targeting mechanisms in the central nervous system that sense energy generated by nutrients might yield the beneficial effects of low-calorie diets on healthy aging without the need to alter food...
2015/02/25 08:48
2015/02/25 08:48
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America�s Registry of Outstanding Professionals� Member, Robert H. Schiestl, Ph.D. Has Been Honored with a Times Square, New York Appearance For his achievements and accomplishments in the field of...
2015/02/24 17:23
2015/02/24 17:23
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Hundreds of millions of people around the world have type 2 diabetes, and according to a new study, eating yogurt can reduce that risk. Eighteen percent might not be that much, but it's pretty...
2015/02/24 16:51
2015/02/24 16:51
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On the menu: Want to burn 65 extra calories a day? Here’s how There are no short-cuts to weight loss but there are strategies to support your ability to exercise and get fit, says Paula Mee Regular...
2015/02/23 12:40
2015/02/23 12:40
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The best advice for cancer prevention is to do what your mom always told you: Eat your fruit and vegetables, get some exercise and keep that weight in a healthful range, says Stephen Hursting, a...
2015/02/23 02:16
2015/02/23 02:16
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Blueberries, tomatoes, green tea and cauliflower - super foods that might help prevent cancer. Photos / Thinkstock Blueberries. Green tea. Tomatoes. And, oh, that cruciferous cauliflower. All make...
2015/02/22 16:52
2015/02/22 16:52
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His latest topic - aging and dying in America - is immense. In Being Mortal: Medicine and What Matters in the End, Gawande tackles the joyless way many people live in their later years and the...
2015/02/21 13:28
2015/02/21 13:28
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... supplements and so-called "superfoods" have become big business in the food, health and sports nutrition industries, bringing connotations of health, wellbeing and overall improvement --...
2015/02/20 12:49
2015/02/20 12:49
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The latest groundbreaking medical research and health innovations were under the microscope for two days in Doha. It was the second edition of the World Innovation Summit for health called WISH...
2015/02/20 01:22
2015/02/20 01:22
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If you like a cup of coffee and an egg in the morning, you've got the green light. A panel of top nutrition experts appointed by the federal government has weighed in with its long-awaited diet...
2015/02/19 15:32
2015/02/19 15:32
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A poll conducted last year by NPR, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, and the Harvard School of Public Health found that 1 in 4 people had experienced a “great deal” of stress in the past...
2015/02/19 14:41
2015/02/19 14:41
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In 2013, an estimated 9 million people became ill with TB and 1.5 million died from the disease. Washington DC - infoZine - The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), part of...
2015/02/19 13:45
2015/02/19 13:45
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Here's a motivating reason to get moving: regular physical activity can increase blood flow in a way that has a direct affect on sexual function, explains HuffPost blogger David Katz, M.D., founding...
2015/02/19 01:28
2015/02/19 01:28
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Slow progress in tackling global obesityThursday, 19 February 2015, 1:28 pmPress Release: University of Auckland Slow progress in tackling global obesityMedia Release - University of Auckland - 18...
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