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  • Ketogenic diet proof

    Ketogenic diet proof
    “The proof is in the pudding?” Before joining the 6-in-1 guaranteed weight loss program, here are some more things to consider. Taking a big step such as switching to a FAT diet is not...
  • Future Research Developments for Diabetes

    Future Research Developments for Diabetes
    Diabetes is a chronic condition that causes your levels of blood sugar to become too high. There are approximately 3.1 million people over the age of 16 with diabetes in England as of 2010...
  • Boho Waves Could Make For Some Appealing Haircut Options

    Boho Waves Could Make For Some Appealing Haircut Options
    A number of big-name fashion shows from all around the world have been showcasing a variety of popular and attractive models who are showing off the latest haircut and hair coloring styles. Many of...
  • Facts You May Want To Know About Double Eyelid Surgery

    Facts You May Want To Know About Double Eyelid Surgery
    Double eyelid surgery is commonly referred to as Asian eyelid surgery because of the fact that most people out there that undergo the procedure are Asians. Around 50 percent of the entire Asian population...
  • How to Afford Fertility Treatments

    How to Afford Fertility Treatments
    In an ideal world, trying for a baby would lead to pregnancy within a very short space of time. Sadly for many women, life just doesn?t work out like that. Infertility can affect any...
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  • 2015 post-holiday MASTER CLEANSE

    2015 post-holiday MASTER CLEANSE
    ingredients needed: 60-80 organic lemons 1-2 quarts Grade B organic maple syrup Organic cayenne pepper A book detailing the Master Cleanse will be provided with the first class, which takes place at the beautiful NOW Spa in downtown Juneau: 315 Third St. This program will release boundless energy and leave your skin, breath and digestive […]
  • Brain Training works best in group settings

    Brain Training works best in group settings
    Brain Training to Keep Dementia at Bay: Buyer Beware Deborah Brauser November 21, 2014 MEDSCAPE Editors’ Recommendations Computer Training May Keep Older Brains Sharp Music Therapy Brings Dementia Patients ‘Back to Life’ Growing evidence suggests brain training may help maintain cognition and lower dementia risk, resulting in the rise of a billion dollar brain training […]
  • Why ONLY grass-fed dairy is good for you

    Why ONLY grass-fed dairy is good for you
    Grass-Fed Milk Is Taking Off With Health-Conscious Shoppers At Almost $6 a Half-Gallon at Whole Foods and Other Stores, Milk From Cows That Don’t Eat Grain Is Considered Healthier Than Organic By Sarah Nassauer For some shoppers, organic isn’t enough. They want grass-fed milk. The pricey milk isn’t only organic. It comes from cows fed […]
  • Why all Humans need VITAMIN C

    Why all Humans need VITAMIN C
    Q: If you were going to be stranded on a desert island and could only take one nutritional or herbal substance with you, what would you choose?   A: Without a doubt, the substance I choose is essential to immune function. Humans don’t produce this vital substance, and our adrenal glands require massive amounts of […]
  • Tune up your Health and Vitality over the Holiday Season

    Tune up your Health and Vitality over the Holiday Season
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  • Nuts may reduce risk of death from heart disease

    Nuts may reduce risk of death from heart disease
    Nuts may reduce risk of death from heart disease

    A new study suggests that eating nuts may help people live longer by reducing the risk of death from heart disease.

    The study evaluated three large cohorts, one of which included more than 70,000 U.S. residents of African and European descent who were predominately of low socioeconomic status.

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  • Multiple Sclerosis Falling Studies Seek Participants

    Multiple Sclerosis Falling Studies Seek Participants
    multiple sclerosis falling studies

    Individuals with multiple sclerosis who live within a reasonable radius of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign may be eligible for one of two studies about falling. Even though falling is a major concern for people with multiple sclerosis, few studies have targeted fall prevention, especially involving home exercise.

    Research involving fall prevention for MS patients is important because of the high risk of injury.

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  • Coffee intake linked to decreased risk of multiple sclerosis

    Coffee intake linked to decreased risk of multiple sclerosis
    Coffee may reduce risk of MS

    A new study suggests that coffee consumption can reduce the risk of multiple sclerosis.

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  • Chronic fatigue syndrome a physical illness, not psychological

    Chronic fatigue syndrome a physical illness, not psychological
    Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

    Researchers have found an immune system signature that is present in people who have been newly diagnosed with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS), providing "robust evidence" that the disease has a biological basis.

    Led by Columbia University's Mailman School of Public Health, the researchers looked at the immune systems of 298 patients suffering from chronic fatigue syndrome and 348 people without the disease

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  • Fibromyalgia patients kicked out because of service dogs

    Fibromyalgia patients kicked out because of service dogs

    Two unrelated fibromyalgia patients recently encountered problems in public places because of their service dogs. The patients, a woman in Connecticut and a woman in Texas, were told they could not have their dogs inside the buildings and were denied service. Both of these incidents are potential violations of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

    Rita Abrego suffers from fibromyalgia and several other health problems, but her service dog is an important part of her life.

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  • Taking Natural Health Products - How Risky Is It?

    Taking Natural Health Products - How Risky Is It?
    Despite the fact that European legislation is increasingly restrictive on what we can say about food supplements and also what we can buy to keep ourselves healthy (along with the most important thing - good food), we can now legitimately show that food supplements are the safest substances to which...
  • Misinformation From Academic's Leaked Letter to the Health Minister

    Misinformation From Academic's Leaked Letter to the Health Minister
    The Alliance of Natural Health decided to leak a Reading University academic's letter attempting to influence the Health Minister. Elizabeth Williamson, a professor in pharmacology, was trying to get Andrew Lansley, the UK Health Minister, to push his medicines agency to bank a wide range of food su...
  • EU Herb Directive Keeps Consumers in the Dark

    EU Herb Directive Keeps Consumers in the Dark
    ANH-Intl e-Alert: EU herb directive keeps consumers in the dark Press ReleaseFor immediate release16th February 2011 We have posted this directly from the ANH as it is so important that this gets as wide a coverage as possible as so many people are unaware of what we are about to lose after thousand...
  • Geopathic Stress - What does it mean to you?

    Geopathic Stress - What does it mean to you?
    Geopathic stress is a term used to denote adverse 'earth radiation" - ionizing or non-ionizing electromagnetic radiation emanating naturally from the planet's geophysiology. This gives rise to a network of energy patterns and lines of force that cover the surface of the aearth (Hartmann Net, Curry G...
  • What are Free Radicals and How do they Affect your Health?

    What are Free Radicals and How do they Affect your Health?
    We live in a world surrounded by free radicals. They are a natural part of life's systems. What are they? Well, they are unstable organic molecules with electrons missing. These unstable molecules are desperate to become stable, and as a result of this they steal electrons from other substances. The...