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The college student so addicted to gambling he stole £10K from his 86-year-old ... - WalesOnline

Gambling Addiction - 29 min 50 sec ago

WalesOnline

The college student so addicted to gambling he stole £10K from his 86-year-old ...
WalesOnline
A teenager fed his gambling addiction by stealing £10,500 from his 86-year-old next-door neighbour. The pensioner only became aware of 92 withdrawals from cash machines after a routine meeting with her bank manager. Steven Connor, 18, of Meadow ...

Nisqually Vice Chairman William Frank pleads not guilty to attempted robbery - The Olympian

Psychiatry - 34 min 37 sec ago

The Olympian

Nisqually Vice Chairman William Frank pleads not guilty to attempted robbery
The Olympian
During the brief arraignment, Steven Ungar, Frank's Portland-based attorney and a longtime family friend of the Franks, asked the court to approve a motion for his client to “enroll in an inpatient residential facility for a complete physical and ...

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Categories: Psychiatry News

WESTCOUNTRY FARMER: Vigorous plants need a healthy root system - Western Morning News

Nutrient Deficiency - 47 min 29 sec ago

Western Morning News

WESTCOUNTRY FARMER: Vigorous plants need a healthy root system
Western Morning News
But there are others – for example the effects of abiotic stresses, such as drought, lodging and nutrient deficiency, and the toll that these can take on the rest of the plant. “We believe that by increasing root health, as well as root vigour and ...

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Health officials: Changes to food labels not enough - Longview News-Journal

Nutritional Medicine - 1 hour 29 sec ago

Health officials: Changes to food labels not enough
Longview News-Journal
Revamped food nutrition labels would change serving sizes for popular items like ice cream and sodas, make calories listing more prominent, and, for the first time, list any sugars that were added by the manufacturer. The overhaul of the omnipresent ...

Life Lessons: Top 4 cancer-fighting foods - WFMZ Allentown

Cancer Fighting Foods - 1 hour 48 sec ago

WFMZ Allentown

Life Lessons: Top 4 cancer-fighting foods
WFMZ Allentown
You're told you have cancer. Doctors say what you put in your body before and after diagnosis could be the difference in surviving or dying. We know what's good, but what's best when it comes to cancer-fighting foods? "Mint is one of the biggest ...

Categories: Cancer News

Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Typhoon Matmo, Israel flight ban, Putin's ... - Quartz

Nutritional Medicine - 1 hour 1 min ago

Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Typhoon Matmo, Israel flight ban, Putin's ...
Quartz
An anti-cancer medicine exposes the hibernating HIV virus, making it susceptible to attack. Two white flags replaced American flags atop the Brooklyn bridge. The New York police are investigating. Hong Kong's richest man is building micro-apartments ...

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Health Matters: Anti-aging the natural way - The Phuket News

Anti-Aging - 1 hour 14 min ago

Health Matters: Anti-aging the natural way
The Phuket News
PHUKET: Discovering the fountain of youth has become a well-documented race in the world of science, and anti-aging experts across the globe, are going head-to-head to find out how to stop degeneration as we know it.

Categories: Anti-Aging

Medical News Today: Could vitamin D deficiency increase the risk of ... - Bayoubuzz

Vitamin Deficiency - 1 hour 16 min ago

Bayoubuzz

Medical News Today: Could vitamin D deficiency increase the risk of ...
Bayoubuzz
Schizophrenia is a mental health condition that affects around 2.4 million American adults. It is characterized by hallucinations, delusions, dysfunctional thoughts and agitated body movements. Vitamin D in the sand. Researchers found that study ...

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Foods that influence your cancer risk - iAfrica.com

Nutrition and Cancer - 1 hour 25 min ago

Foods that influence your cancer risk
iAfrica.com
An article on academic site The Conversation, discussed new guidelines on cancer prevention nutrition published in the Journal of American College Nutrition which takes a look at how what you eat may play a role in determining your cancer risk ...

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Categories: Cancer News

Foods that influence your cancer risk - iAfrica.com

Cancer Fighting Foods - 1 hour 25 min ago

Foods that influence your cancer risk
iAfrica.com
While a lot has been written about the cancer-fighting properties of lycopene, the chemical that give fruit like tomatoes and gojiberries their colour, it is largely the combination of a number of nutrients from eating a range of fruit and veg that has ...

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Categories: Cancer News

Dietary supplements could beat the world's 'hidden hunger' says report - Deutsche Welle

Nutrient Deficiency - 1 hour 33 min ago

Dietary supplements could beat the world's 'hidden hunger' says report
Deutsche Welle
"For example, there is a law in Zambia which says corn has to be enriched with Vitamin A and D. This can also be done at home - you can sprinkle powders over your food to add nutrients, and it can be highly successful." Another suggested approach is ...

Research and Markets: Global Market for Biomarkers Report: Cancer, Cardiac ... - Business Wire (press release)

Energy Medicine - 1 hour 43 min ago

Research and Markets: Global Market for Biomarkers Report: Cancer, Cardiac ...
Business Wire (press release)
The effectiveness of biomarkers has made them essential to medicine, with successful products on the market and many products in development. The report focuses on both the clinical biomarkers and research biomarkers in medicine. Biomarkers are ... An ...

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Are the Medicinal Benefits of Agarwood About to go Mainstream? - MarketWatch

Energy Medicine - 2 hours 3 min ago

Are the Medicinal Benefits of Agarwood About to go Mainstream?
MarketWatch
... via COMTEX) -- Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) already has an important role for agarwood where it is used to relieve spasms and pain, treat the digestive system, regulate the vital organs (heart, lungs, liver), and to lower and redirect energy ...

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Are the Medicinal Benefits of Agarwood About to go Mainstream? - MarketWatch

Nutritional Medicine - 2 hours 3 min ago

Are the Medicinal Benefits of Agarwood About to go Mainstream?
MarketWatch
SINGAPORE, Jul 23, 2014 (PR Newswire Europe via COMTEX) -- Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) already has an important role for agarwood where it is used to relieve spasms and pain, treat the digestive system, regulate the vital organs (heart, lungs ...

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Fluoridation has proved effective - Foster's Daily Democrat

Fluoridation - 2 hours 48 min ago

Fluoridation has proved effective
Foster's Daily Democrat
Dover City Councilor Catherine Cheney wants to refight an old fight — over adding fluoride to Dover's drinking water. This time, however, she wants a referendum vote which will let residents say no to fluoride in Dover's municipal water supply. We ...
City health chiefs back continuing fluoride useGloucester Daily Times

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Area ranchers not getting rich off the backs of the public - Medicine Hat News

Energy Medicine - 2 hours 55 min ago

Area ranchers not getting rich off the backs of the public
Medicine Hat News
The idea that one landowner has 450 gas wells is the best example of this overexaggeration. According to the spacing units for shallow gas wells set out by the Alberta energy regulator), there is an allowance for one gas well per quarter or four per ...

Climate of Disbelief - Philosophy Now (subscription)

Diabetes - 2 hours 57 min ago

Philosophy Now (subscription)

Climate of Disbelief
Philosophy Now (subscription)
Good feelings were a reward for beliefs whose falsity might never be exposed on the battlefield of natural selection. And so the feelgood fest could ... Prominent among the results are high blood pressure, hardening of the arteries, heart attack ...

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Climate of Disbelief - Philosophy Now (subscription)

Heart Disease - 2 hours 57 min ago

Philosophy Now (subscription)

Climate of Disbelief
Philosophy Now (subscription)
Good feelings were a reward for beliefs whose falsity might never be exposed on the battlefield of natural selection. And so the feelgood fest could ... Prominent among the results are high blood pressure, hardening of the arteries, heart attack ...

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The cholesterol controversy: Part I - Coeur d'Alene Press

Nutritional Medicine - 2 hours 58 min ago

The cholesterol controversy: Part I
Coeur d'Alene Press
Maryann Napoli, Associate Director of the Center for Medical Consumers, summarized Framingham researcher's findings: 'Cholesterol was identified as one, but only one, of 240 risk factors that included male baldness, creased ear lobes, and being married ...

The New Soy Milk: Camel Milk - OZY


OZY

The New Soy Milk: Camel Milk
OZY
Although Desert Farms is based in California, it outsources the milk production to small-scale farms in the Midwest, most of them owned by Amish families that raise the camels in GMO-free pastures. The image of Amish raising camels for milk might be ...

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