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2014/12/22 08:55
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Some risk factors for type 2 diabetes - such as obesity and family history of the condition - are well established. But in a new study, researchers from France explore the possibility that a person's...
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2014/12/21 11:52
2014/12/21 11:52
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Melissa Dribben, Inquirer Staff Writer Posted: Sunday, December 21, 2014, 2:50 AM Of all dietary staples, none has created as much fury as fat. How much, and what kind, is good for you? In the...
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2014/12/21 01:17
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Difficult emotions and unconscious beliefs can make it much harder to do what you need to shed extra pounds and keep them off. In fact, your unconscious mind may believe very strongly that these...
2014/12/19 21:56
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Regional One Health and Baptist Memorial Hospital-Memphis are among the 721 hospitals that the federal government is penalizing for having high rates of infections and other patient injuries. Baptist...
2014/12/19 18:45
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A groundbreaking new study shows an unborn baby’s risk of autism increases significantly if the child’s mom lives in an area high in air pollution while she is pregnant. The nationwide study shows...
2014/12/19 18:38
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Medicare has begun punishing 721 hospitals with high rates of infections and other medical errors, cutting payments to half the nation's major teaching hospitals and many institutions that are marquee...
2014/12/19 16:36
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By Amy NortonHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- Diets low in "glycemic index" are touted as a way to help prevent diabetes and heart disease. But a new study suggests that as long as people are...
2014/12/19 00:54
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Olive oil fried potatoes. Fried food is good for you. I always suspected as much, and I certainly have lived my life as if it were true. Even in the dark days of the nonfat cabal, when entire lives...
2014/12/19 00:30
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DENVER — One in 68 children is diagnosed with autism according to the Centers for Disease Control. Researchers have looked into everything from diet to genetics to try to unlock the mystery of the...
2014/12/17 15:53
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Amy Norton HealthDay Reporter Still, studies so far have varied in quality and been relatively small and short-term, Chu's team reports in the Dec. 16 issue of the European Journal of Preventive...
2014/12/17 12:37
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Dismissed by some as hardly being exercise at all, yoga is an ancient practice that originated in India and incorporates physical, mental and spiritual elements. But a team of investigators have...
2014/12/16 18:43
2014/12/16 18:43
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About 1.6 million Americans suffer from Crohn's disease or ulcerative colitis, according to the Crohn's and Colitis Foundation of America. Understanding the causes of these diseases is another step...
2014/12/14 13:08
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Results can help inform a targeted public health and clinical response A new study from epidemiologists at Tufts University School of Medicine helps to identify communities with the greatest public...
2014/12/14 00:18
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It was one year ago, nearly to the day, that I got the call: My kids' Douglas County schools were on lockout. Just a few miles away, 18-year-old student Karl Pierson had entered Arapahoe High School...
2014/12/11 20:14
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Dr. John F. Bonamo on Thursday was named chief medical officer of Barnabas Health. A 33 year veteran of the Barnabas system, Bonamo has served as chief executive of its largest hospital, Saint...
2014/12/09 17:04
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By Gintautas Dumcius STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE BOSTON -- Incoming governor Charlie Baker will need to take a fresh look at MassHealth, a program which needs to consolidate its fragmented structure and...
2014/12/09 12:49
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Paula Mee: The truth eludes researchers in the saturated fat wars Saturated fat has had a bad rap in recent years, but it might not be entirely deserved Foods such as milk that are high in SFA and...
2014/12/09 00:26
2014/12/09 00:26
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Receipts may be source of endocrine disruptor Related Stories BPA source Handling receipts may increase the body's level of a chemical that has been linked to reproductive and neurological problems,...
2014/12/08 22:15
2014/12/08 22:15
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When patients have complications after surgery, it’s best to go back to the hospital where the operation was done, a new study suggests. Patients who instead go to a hospital that didn’t do the...
2014/12/08 19:52
2014/12/08 19:52
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... study was almost 200 times larger than the previous study and found no evidence of an increase in risk," said lead author Leah M. Smith of McGill University in Montreal in an email. The results,...
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