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Anti-malaria drug could help fight cancer - PharmaTimes

Energy Medicine - 1 hour 51 min ago

PharmaTimes

Anti-malaria drug could help fight cancer
PharmaTimes
The research showed that the drug slows down the rate at which cancer cells use oxygen by targeting the mitochondria, the powerhouses of the cell that make energy, a process that uses oxygen. As radiotherapy works by damaging the DNA in cells, and a ...

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Cummins opens its own innovative health center - Indianapolis Star

Nutritional Medicine - 2 hours 40 sec ago

Indianapolis Star

Cummins opens its own innovative health center
Indianapolis Star
They tried standard fixes, such as transferring more of the burden to employees, and some less conventional ones, such as providing health coaching and trying to improve nutritional choices in the cafeteria. They armed ... Most of medicine is disease ...

Starting gun fired in race against cancer evolution - Scientist Live

Heart Disease - 2 hours 3 min ago

Starting gun fired in race against cancer evolution
Scientist Live
Patients may initially respond to cancer treatment, but they often then relapse as their disease evolves and becomes resistant. The new vision represents the first major research strategy to place at its heart the need to overcome cancer evolution and ...

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Just drinking too much milk won't do you any good, here's how to consume calcium so it counts - India Today

Nutrient Deficiency - 2 hours 23 min ago

India Today

Just drinking too much milk won't do you any good, here's how to consume calcium so it counts
India Today
Calcium is a critical nutrient for many body functions and getting enough of it reduces the risk of osteoporosis-a systemic bone disease that makes bones fragile and fracture-prone. However, high calcium intake, alone, doesn't necessarily rule out ...

Swedish retail co-op wins Cannes award for organic food ad - Co-operative News

Organic Food - 2 hours 50 min ago

Co-operative News

Swedish retail co-op wins Cannes award for organic food ad
Co-operative News
Swedish supermarket chain Coop has won a prestigious prize for its advertising campaign about the benefits of eating organic food. The retailer – part of the Swedish Cooperative Union (KF Group) – scooped the award at the Cannes Lions International ...

Surge of methamphetamine hitting Indianapolis neighborhoods - Chicago Daily Herald

Marijuana Addiction - 3 hours 3 min ago

Surge of methamphetamine hitting Indianapolis neighborhoods
Chicago Daily Herald
INDIANAPOLIS -- At the depths of his addiction, Brandon George knew he could save money by ditching heroin and getting high on methamphetamine instead. The Indianapolis man could spend $150 to $200 a day on heroin, or he could slash the costs by using ...

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Iron deficiency puts a third of pregnant women at risk of complications - Medical News Today

Mineral Deficiency - 3 hours 37 min ago

Medical News Today

Iron deficiency puts a third of pregnant women at risk of complications
Medical News Today
Researchers found around 10 percent of pregnant women with iron deficiency have thyroid problems. Iron deficiency is a common form of anemia, arising when the body does not have enough iron - a mineral present in a number of foods, including beef, ...

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THE FIRST REPORT OF LAPAROSCOPIC RADICAL CYSTECTOMY IN GEORGIA. - UroToday

Alternative Cancer Treatment - 3 hours 38 min ago

THE FIRST REPORT OF LAPAROSCOPIC RADICAL CYSTECTOMY IN GEORGIA.
UroToday
Radical cystectomy is the standard surgical treatment for non-metastatic, muscle-invasive bladder cancer and a recommended treatment of choice in a subset of highest-risk patients with non-muscle invasive disease. Recently, laparoscopic radical ...

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Tomato-based randomized controlled trial in prostate cancer patients: Effect on PSA. - UroToday

Nutritional Medicine - 4 hours 4 min ago

Tomato-based randomized controlled trial in prostate cancer patients: Effect on PSA.
UroToday
Department of Nutrition, Institute of Basic Medical Sciences, University of Oslo, PO Box 1046, Blindern, 0316 Oslo, Norway. Electronic address: ., Division of Cancer Medicine, Transplantation and Surgery, Oslo University Hospital, PO Box 4950, Nydalen ...

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Scientist sees gene as tie to how body reacts to caffeine - NWAOnline

Nutritional Medicine - 4 hours 12 min ago

Daily Times

Scientist sees gene as tie to how body reacts to caffeine
NWAOnline
About a decade ago, Ahmed El-Sohemy, a professor in the department of nutritional sciences at the University of Toronto, noticed the conflicting research on coffee and the widespread variation in how people respond to it. ... Dr. Marilyn Cornelis, an ...
The scientific reason you either hate coffee or love itDaily Times

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Thousands of Bernie supporters, environmentalists jam sweltering streets on eve of DNC - Philly.com

Carcinogens - 4 hours 14 min ago

Philly.com

Thousands of Bernie supporters, environmentalists jam sweltering streets on eve of DNC
Philly.com
Environmentalists are concerned that the process utilizes a cocktail of chemicals, some of them known carcinogens, forced at great pressure with millions of gallons of water deep into the Earth, followed by the return of contaminated, briny fracking ...

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Categories: Cancer News

The secret life of an engineer: Blights on the landscape make my eyes light up - The Guardian

Energy Medicine - 4 hours 15 min ago

The Guardian

The secret life of an engineer: Blights on the landscape make my eyes light up
The Guardian
Despite the importance of the reliance on technology and cold logic in the industrial world, it is these daily interactions with people of all different backgrounds and the positive energy that comes from successful collaboration that I like most about ...

Energy task force invites residents to join; Clinton festival, fireworks planned; Bluefish Run is Aug. 13; - Middletown Press

Energy Medicine - 5 hours 6 min ago

Energy task force invites residents to join; Clinton festival, fireworks planned; Bluefish Run is Aug. 13;
Middletown Press
EAST HAMPTON >> The East Hampton Clean Energy Task Force's goal is to provide the town and its residents with options to save money and reduce harmful emissions through energy efficiency programs. ... In addition to title sponsor Steward's Ace Hardware ...

What's so special about superfoods - and do they work? - Telegraph.co.uk

Nutrition and Cancer - Sun, 2016-07-24 23:53

Telegraph.co.uk

What's so special about superfoods - and do they work?
Telegraph.co.uk
Dr Sue Reeves, principal nutrition lecturer at the University of Roehampton, says: “If you're focusing on a superfood, you might not get enough variety into your diet, and the sum of what you eat is more important than any individual food.” ... “They ...

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What's so special about superfoods - and do they work? - Telegraph.co.uk

Nutrition - Sun, 2016-07-24 23:53

Telegraph.co.uk

What's so special about superfoods - and do they work?
Telegraph.co.uk
... their celebrity status. But a Which? report found shoppers could save as much as £439 a year by replacing superfoods with everyday items containing the same nutrients. Experts also urge caution, especially if you are compensating for a bad diet by ...

Should you be taking stomach-acid reducers? - Idaho Statesman

Alternative Cancer Treatment - Sun, 2016-07-24 23:49

Idaho Statesman

Should you be taking stomach-acid reducers?
Idaho Statesman
Some of these patients were taking PPIs or some other alternative acid-reducing medications. ... Reflux disease is a common problem, and its treatment relies on not just medications, but also certain changes in lifestyle — not eating late at night and ...

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Rwanda: Movement Is Life - AllAfrica.com

Energy Medicine - Sun, 2016-07-24 23:46

Rwanda: Movement Is Life
AllAfrica.com
Many systems from around the world, including Traditional Chinese Medicine, acupuncture, Ayurveda, yoga, and several energy-healing schools, equate movement with life. When there is no movement, there is no life. Movement is what keeps us vital, ...

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Mexican doctor claims developing first vaccine for diabetes using autohemotherapy alternative treatment - International Business Times AU

Diabetes - Sun, 2016-07-24 23:42

International Business Times AU

Mexican doctor claims developing first vaccine for diabetes using autohemotherapy alternative treatment
International Business Times AU
Essentialhealthadvisor reports that Mexican doctor Jorge Gonzalez Ramirez, founder of the Asociacion Mexicana para el Diagnostico y Trataiento de Enfermedades Autoimunes, has developed an alternative treatment for diabetes using autohemotherapy.

Landing helps teens overcome addiction - Fort Wayne Journal Gazette

Marijuana Addiction - Sun, 2016-07-24 23:10

Fort Wayne Journal Gazette

Landing helps teens overcome addiction
Fort Wayne Journal Gazette
Salveson tried alcohol at age 9 or 10, marijuana a couple of years later. He didn't much like weed “because it makes me think too much,” he said. At 13, he was put on Adderall for ADHD, a move that got him into dealing drugs. Not finding that Adderall ...

Liberals, conservatives agree on threat of foodborne pathogens - Food Safety News

Nutrition and Cancer - Sun, 2016-07-24 23:01

Food Safety News

Liberals, conservatives agree on threat of foodborne pathogens
Food Safety News
“We are seeing a growing national food dialogue, and Americans are hungry for more information about nutrition and the food system,” said Kimberly Reed, in a news release about the survey. Reed is president of the International Food Information Council ...

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