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Omega-3 boosts brain power among the elderly - The Statesman (press release)

Omega 3 - 25 min 36 sec ago

The Statesman (press release)

Omega-3 boosts brain power among the elderly
The Statesman (press release)
Omega-3 fatty acids - found in fish, nuts and certain seeds like flax seeds -- can improve cognitive abilities among the elderly, finds a study. It found that older adults at risk of late-onset Alzheimer's disease who consumed more omega-3 fatty acids ...

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Zahara trends in SA over 'alcoholism' reports - Channel 24

Alcoholism - 1 hour 12 min ago

Channel 24

Zahara trends in SA over 'alcoholism' reports
Channel 24
On Friday morning Zahara found herself trending on Twitter after a Drum magazine report hit the streets. Two weeks ago the songbird fiercely denied swirling rumours that she has a drinking problem and that her career was on the brink of failing as a ...

Categories: Alcoholism News

NUTRIENT DEFICIENCIES - The Waynedale News

Nutrient Deficiency - 1 hour 32 min ago

NUTRIENT DEFICIENCIES
The Waynedale News
During the spring and summer gardening season plants seem to go through many changes due to the weather, soil pH, nutrient levels and air flow. How to determine the mysteries is mostly by examining the stems and the leaves of your affected plants.

Natural Medicine: Lyme disease in the limelight - Vernon Morning Star

Heart Disease - 1 hour 48 min ago

Natural Medicine: Lyme disease in the limelight
Vernon Morning Star
Other symptoms include brain fog, loss of memory, headaches, heart problems, anxiety and depression. For some people, symptoms are bothersome but bearable, and they are able to lead a productive life. For others, Lyme is pervasive and debilitating, and ...

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Natural Medicine: Lyme disease in the limelight - Vernon Morning Star

Athritis - 1 hour 48 min ago

Natural Medicine: Lyme disease in the limelight
Vernon Morning Star
The muscle, joint and tendon pain seen in fibromyalgia and arthritis are linked to Lyme disease. Lyme's neurological symptoms are easily confused with multiple sclerosis or can present as mental ... If you have just been bitten by a tick, early ...

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AROUND YOUR TOWN for Sunday, May 24, 2015 - Sierra Vista Herald

Diabetes - 1 hour 49 min ago

Sierra Vista Herald

AROUND YOUR TOWN for Sunday, May 24, 2015
Sierra Vista Herald
The support group meeting is open to prostate cancer survivors, newly diagnosed men, spouses, care givers, and others interested in making decisions about prostate cancer detection and treatment through support and education. The group meets the last ...

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Maine effort fast-tracks genetic-modification labels - Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel

Cancer Fighting Foods - 1 hour 50 min ago

Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel

Maine effort fast-tracks genetic-modification labels
Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel
In 2014, Maine led the nation in passing legislation to add a new label to foods, one that would tell consumers if the item they are buying contains genetically modified organisms, or GMOs. ... Something as mild-sounding as “contains GMO ingredients ...
Protesters rally against GMO producerRutland Herald
Dozens protest agriculture giant's use of GMOsWWL
Asheville marches against MonsantoAsheville Citizen-Times
Sioux Falls Argus Leader -TBO.com -Naples Daily News
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Categories: Cancer News

Hawaii Groups Plant Coconut Trees, Protest Against Monsanto - ABC News


Hawaii Groups Plant Coconut Trees, Protest Against Monsanto
ABC News
In Waikiki, a man wore a gas mask in front of a statue of surfer Duke Kahanamoku to demonstrate the dangers of pesticides. Others in bikinis talked with tourists about why they don't want genetically modified ... far has not detected "any significant ...

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Doctor facing charges for illegally prescribing painkillers to drug addicts - NYC Today

Prescription Pills Addiction - 2 hours 13 min ago

New York Daily News

Doctor facing charges for illegally prescribing painkillers to drug addicts
NYC Today
He was aware of the fact that people to whom he prescribed medicines were addicts. Court documents have unveiled that several times, Fagin accepted sexual favors in return of prescription. Fagin has pleaded guilty to the charges. He has prescribed ...
Long Island doctor Mitchell Fagin indicted for prescribing meds to female ...New York Daily News
Suburban NY Physician Traded Painkillers For Sex: FedsCBS Local
New York Physician Accused of Trading Painkillers to Drug Addicts for SexNBC New York
WNYT
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Botox boosts pliability, elasticity of skin for up to 4 months - Medical News Today

Alternative Cancer Treatment - 2 hours 46 min ago

Medical News Today

Botox boosts pliability, elasticity of skin for up to 4 months
Medical News Today
... addition to opening new fields of potential treatment options for difficult scars and skin conditions," she adds. In August 2014, Medical News Today reported on a study revealing how botox could be a potential alternative to chemotherapy for ...

Categories: Cancer News

Scientists find a miracle cure for obesity - Nature World Report

Energy Medicine - 2 hours 55 min ago

Nature World Report

Scientists find a miracle cure for obesity
Nature World Report
It is a traditional Chinese medicine used to help people lose weight. In order to help ... The way the extract works is that it enhances a fat-derived hormone called leptin that sends a signal to the body when it has enough fuel and energy. People who ...
The Truth to China's 'Thunder God Vine' and Why It May Help You Lose WeightScience Times
Could Chinese 'Thunder God Vine' Plant Solve The Obesity Problem?Design & Trend
Harvard Scientists Uncorks Promising Herbal Plant That Will Curb Obesity?Times Gazette
Tech Times -The Market Business
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Government mulls to integrate service delivery via internet to make Delhi ... - Economic Times

Energy Medicine - 3 hours 3 min ago

Government mulls to integrate service delivery via internet to make Delhi ...
Economic Times
"If a patient goes to any hospital or dispensary then through this card his entire medical history, how many times the patient has visited a hospital, name of the doctor he has consulted along with medicines prescribed and his reports will come before ...

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Can we save the rhino from poachers with a 3D printer? - The Guardian

Alternative Cancer Treatment - 3 hours 22 min ago

The Guardian

Can we save the rhino from poachers with a 3D printer?
The Guardian
It is prized, particularly in Vietnam and China, as a status symbol and for its supposed “medicinal” qualities , unsupported by science, which include preventing hangovers, reducing fever and detoxifying the body following cancer treatment. In South ...

Categories: Cancer News

Optometrist seeing more patients with dry eyes - Foster's Daily Democrat

Diabetes - 3 hours 40 min ago

Foster's Daily Democrat

Optometrist seeing more patients with dry eyes
Foster's Daily Democrat
One treatment for naturally improving meibomian gland function in the eyelids is to use a Bruder eye-hydrating compress that looks like a sleep mask. Meibomian glands are glands that are arranged vertically within the eyelid near the lashes of the ...

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Clearing the air on Invenergy power plant emissions - Scranton Times-Tribune

Carcinogens - 3 hours 52 min ago

Clearing the air on Invenergy power plant emissions
Scranton Times-Tribune
However, other sources of local air pollution could carry greater risks, he said. A busy highway is a potent example, as diesel fumes contain known carcinogens, he said. “I would consider that much more serious a problem than emissions from such a gas ...

Categories: Cancer News

Forget the Fitbit. Focus on lunch. - Columbia Daily Tribune

Nutritional Medicine - Sat, 2015-05-23 23:44

Columbia Daily Tribune

Forget the Fitbit. Focus on lunch.
Columbia Daily Tribune
A growing body of scientific evidence shows that exercise alone has almost no effect on weight loss, as two sports scientists and I described in a recent editorial in the British Journal of Sports Medicine. ... that the food and beverage industry spent ...

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Letter: Looking through the wrong end of the telescope on fluoride - Gloucester Daily Times

Fluoridation - Sat, 2015-05-23 23:40

Letter: Looking through the wrong end of the telescope on fluoride
Gloucester Daily Times
In response to the recent letter titled “Consider the facts on fluoride” (Gloucester Daily Times, May 21), as usual the fluoridation proponents are looking at facts through the wrong end of the telescope. The author refers to an article titled “Forging ...

Jury to hear marijuana case as Las Vegas pot shop opens - Las Vegas Review-Journal

Marijuana Addiction - Sat, 2015-05-23 23:34

Las Vegas Review-Journal

Jury to hear marijuana case as Las Vegas pot shop opens
Las Vegas Review-Journal
... also used pot to alleviate the “debilitating effects of pain from a previous car accident,” Marcello wrote in a motion to dismiss the case. After the crash, Ficano was prescribed painkillers and became addicted. Medical marijuana helped him kick ...

Album of Abdullah Abduweli - Onislam.net

Heart Disease - Sat, 2015-05-23 23:27

Onislam.net

Album of Abdullah Abduweli
Onislam.net
Abdullah who was healthy before being detained in the Thai camp, contracted TB, a disease which is closely linked to overcrowding and malnutrition. That's why ... The Chinese occupation is in love with Uyghurstan's vast area (1,664,900 km2) and its ...

The return of tick season - Concord Monitor

Heart Disease - Sat, 2015-05-23 23:14

Concord Monitor

The return of tick season
Concord Monitor
FILE - This is a March 2002 file photo of a deer tick under a microscope in the entomology lab at the University of Rhode Island in South Kingstown, R.I. Researchers focused on ticks and the debilitating diseases they spread say the heavy snow that ...

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