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CTV News
Higher levels of fluoride in urine linked to lower IQ scores in childrenthat practice into question. In the first study of its kind, investigators at
CTV News / Posted 7 hours ago
that practice into question. In the first study of its kind, investigators at the University of Toronto, McGill, the Harvard School of Public Health, and other institutions have found a link between fluoride in the urine of pregnant women and... Read more
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KERA North Texas
Beans Add Healthy Fiber And Protein To Gluten-Free Pastassemolina flour (made from durum wheat) "has a glycemic index of about 41," says
KERA North Texas / Posted yesterday
semolina flour (made from durum wheat) "has a glycemic index of about 41," says Guy Crosby, a professor of nutrition at the Harvard School of Public Health. Any number below 50 is considered low, explains Crosby. In general, those who eat more... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
Beans Add Healthy Fiber And Protein To Gluten-Free Pastassemolina flour (made from durum wheat) "has a glycemic index of about 41," says
KPBS San Diego / Posted yesterday
semolina flour (made from durum wheat) "has a glycemic index of about 41," says Guy Crosby, a professor of nutrition at the Harvard School of Public Health. Any number below 50 is considered low, explains Crosby. In general, those who eat more... Read more
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metro
Unicorn cereal has just landed in the UK and it actually looks pretty goodiron. According to Kellogg’s, it’s also high in fibre, low in saturated fat an
metro / Posted yesterday
iron. According to Kellogg’s, it’s also high in fibre, low in saturated fat and uses only natural colours. However, the Harvard School of Public Health say that one serving of regular Froot Loops contains 12 grams of sugar, which is about 41%... Read more
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The Washington Times
Obamacare replacement with state block grants rallies Republicans for Sept. 30 deadlinethe end of the year. More than half call it extremely important, according to a
The Washington Times / Posted yesterday
the end of the year. More than half call it extremely important, according to a poll released Friday by Politico and the Harvard School of Public Health. Under the Graham-Cassidy plan, funding would be block-granted to the states based on their... Read more
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The Johns Hopkins News-Letter
Interactive apps lead to healthier lifestyles – The Johns Hopkins Newsapplications, since in 2012, a poll conducted by National Public Radio (NPR) an
The Johns Hopkins News-Letter / Posted 7 days ago
applications, since in 2012, a poll conducted by National Public Radio (NPR) and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation at the Harvard School of Public Health, found that 61 percent of people stated that they were unhappy with the amount of time their... Read more
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ABC 7 El Paso
Which organic foods are worth the switch?herbicides and hormones are highly suspected of or have proven to be contributo
ABC 7 El Paso / Posted 7 days ago
herbicides and hormones are highly suspected of or have proven to be contributors to many illnesses. Researchers at the Harvard School of Public Health found that "individuals reporting exposure to pesticides had a 70 percent higher incidence of... Read more
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News 8000
Which organic foods are worth the switch?herbicides and hormones are highly suspected of or have proven to be contributo
News 8000 / Posted 7 days ago
herbicides and hormones are highly suspected of or have proven to be contributors to many illnesses. Researchers at the Harvard School of Public Health found that "individuals reporting exposure to pesticides had a 70 percent higher incidence of... Read more
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Salon.com
11 worthless foods to cut from your diet right nowBut be sure to enjoy it as a treat and not the main course. A large, long-term
Salon.com / Posted 8 days ago
But be sure to enjoy it as a treat and not the main course. A large, long-term study conducted by researchers at Harvard School of Public Health found that people who eat a lot of fried foods may have a higher risk of heart disease and... Read more
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WFMJ Youngstown
Here's the recipe to keep colon cancer at bayall contribute to lower risk of colorectal cancer," added Giovannucci, a profes
WFMJ Youngstown / Posted 10 days ago
all contribute to lower risk of colorectal cancer," added Giovannucci, a professor of nutrition and epidemiology at the Harvard School of Public Health. Based on their analysis, the researchers recommend limiting red meat, such as beef or pork,... Read more
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KFVS 12 Cape Girardeau
Here's the recipe to keep colon cancer at bayall contribute to lower risk of colorectal cancer," added Giovannucci, a profes
KFVS 12 Cape Girardeau / Posted 10 days ago
all contribute to lower risk of colorectal cancer," added Giovannucci, a professor of nutrition and epidemiology at the Harvard School of Public Health. Based on their analysis, the researchers recommend limiting red meat, such as beef or pork,... Read more
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MLive.com
Tannery waste dumped at landfill tied to municipal water pollutionand PFOA is considered unsafe, although university studies put the safety thres
MLive.com / Posted 11 days ago
and PFOA is considered unsafe, although university studies put the safety threshold much lower. In 2015, researchers at Harvard School of Public Health and the University of Massachusetts-Lowell pegged 1-ppt as the safe level of PFOA in drinking... Read more
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FOX News
Coffee's health benefits — defending your cup of joetestosterone and estrogen in the body. These two hormones do contribute to the
FOX News / Posted 12 days ago
testosterone and estrogen in the body. These two hormones do contribute to the risk of type 2 diabetes. Research from the Harvard School of Public Health showed that coffee may decrease this risk by over 10 percent. Colon Cancer Many patients... Read more
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The News & Observer
Speak now on proposed marriage of NC’s big health care systems. It needs scrutiny.fellow at the Manhattan Institute and a senior research assistant in the Depart
The News & Observer / Posted 16 days ago
fellow at the Manhattan Institute and a senior research assistant in the Department of Health Policy and Management at the Harvard School of Public Health, wrote recently in the magazine National Affairs, “Horizontal consolidation among hospitals... Read more
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EuroNews
How to Train Your Brain to Be More Optimisticnot surprising that research also shows that being optimistic can lengthen your
EuroNews / Posted 25 days ago
not surprising that research also shows that being optimistic can lengthen your lifespan. A large study conducted by the Harvard School of Public Health found that the most optimistic women were 30 percent less likely to die from any of the... Read more
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The Washington Times
HEALTH: Reduce diabetes health riskscan reap big rewards. Here are some proven and effective steps we can take: •
The Washington Times / Posted a month ago
can reap big rewards. Here are some proven and effective steps we can take: • Maintain a healthy weight—According to the Harvard School of Public Health, increased weight is the single most important cause of Type 2 diabetes—elevating your risk... Read more

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