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2015/05/22 19:38
2015/05/22 19:38
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This weekend, millions of Americans will hit the road to spend time with family and friends during Memorial Day and celebrate the unofficial kick-off of the summer season. Unfortunately, the season...
2015/05/22 19:38
2015/05/22 19:38
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2015/05/22 19:15
2015/05/22 19:15
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A boy in a black knit cap stands in front of a man on his knees. He locks eyes with the captive, brow furrowed, his gaze seething with anger. He lifts a pistol and shoots the man in the...
2015/05/21 23:24
2015/05/21 23:24
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South Africa has been urged to invest more in its HIV-Aids, TB and medical male circumcision programmes as this would bring good returns and impact on the economy. This emerged yesterday at the Post...
2015/05/19 15:19
2015/05/19 15:19
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Australian nonprofit Nutrition Australia is advising citizens about the harms of unhealthy eating, which has left the island country with one of the highest obesity rates in the world. The campaign...
2015/05/18 23:42
2015/05/18 23:42
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We look into seven popular food phenomena. Are they fad or fact? A grain of truth, a small study and suddenly a new diet can be created, especially when a celebrity is involved. Earlier this year, a...
2015/05/18 15:43
2015/05/18 15:43
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Shift work may lead to a poor diet and too little exercise, accounting for at least some of the increased health risks seen among people who work changing hours or regular overnights, a new study...
2015/05/16 09:33
2015/05/16 09:33
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The case for drinking whole milk Once upon a time, Americans drank a lot of whole milk. But when the anti-fat movement of the 1980s took hold, no-fat or lower-fat milks saw their popularity rise...
2015/05/16 02:42
2015/05/16 02:42
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While long term depression in adults older than 50 may double the risk of stroke, this risk still remains elevated–even when depressive symptoms ease up, according to a new study conducted at the...
2015/05/14 20:45
2015/05/14 20:45
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Dairy Queen locations around the country will stop listing soda on kids' menus later this year in a move praised by healthy-eating advocates who have long pushed for these menus to not include...
2015/05/14 15:44
2015/05/14 15:44
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By Alan MozesHealthDay Reporter WEDNESDAY, May 13, 2015 (HealthDay News) -- A new imaging study of preschoolers has seemingly identified gender differences in the way autism may manifest itself in...
2015/05/12 19:27
2015/05/12 19:27
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Everyday it seems we learn about a new food additive that may or may not kill us or hear about studies that say a food, once thought bad for your health, is now the best thing for you. But what are...
2015/05/12 09:52
2015/05/12 09:52
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... What kind of oil should I use? “Hands down, extra-virgin olive oil,” she says. Benefits include prevention of cardiovascular disease and other chronic health problems such as stroke, metabolic...
2015/05/11 20:44
2015/05/11 20:44
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Four microbial features distinguish the the microbiome of the starred person from the microbiomes of four other people.PNAS, doi:10.1073/pnas.1423854112, 2015 People harbor distinctive sets of...
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2015/05/11 19:17
2015/05/11 19:17
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Survey Finds Miscarriage Widely Misunderstood Guilt, Shame and Lack of Emotional Support Are Common after Miscarriage Available for logged-in reporters onlyCitationsObstetrics & Gynecology Newswise...
2015/05/11 13:21
2015/05/11 13:21
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What food manufacturers DON'T tell us: From cheese that isn't cheese - to olive oil that's rancid - the tricks that mean many of us have no idea what we're eating Findings come from Reader's Digest ,...
2015/05/08 18:43
2015/05/08 18:43
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A woman checks vegetables at the Biocompany organic supermarket in Berlin. Photo by Fabrizio Bensch, Reuters Heading to the grocery store armed with a list may make it easier to follow a healthy...
2015/05/08 18:34
2015/05/08 18:34
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... from the Harvard School of Public Health in the US said the finding couldnt simply be explained by overweight women having irregular periods. Cape Town - If thoughts of summer and...
2015/05/07 13:40
2015/05/07 13:40
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A glass of red wine a night may prove good for diabetics' hearts Good news for wine loving diabetics! A new study has claimed that having a glass of red wine every night could be beneficial for...
2015/05/06 14:48
2015/05/06 14:48
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Oregon lawmakers this week passed a measure that will expand background check requirements to cover nearly every gun buyer in the state, including in the private and online sale of firearms. From...
2015/05/04 22:49
2015/05/04 22:49
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A hospital closure can send tremors through a city or town, leaving residents fearful about how they will be cared for in emergencies and serious illnesses. A study released Monday offers some...
2015/05/22 19:38
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