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Patience is key when tending to fruit trees - Toledo Blade


Toledo Blade

Patience is key when tending to fruit trees
Toledo Blade
“Fruit trees are coming back as [consumers] are concerned about their food intake and with what's on their tables,” such as genetically modified organisms (GMOs), said Mike O'Rourke, a longtime Black Diamond manager at its two area locations, 1964 ...

MU research team defines possible anti-aging intervention - Huntington Herald Dispatch

Anti-Aging - Tue, 2018-07-03 22:01

Huntington Herald Dispatch

MU research team defines possible anti-aging intervention
Huntington Herald Dispatch
"I believe that our team has not only implicated the NAKL discovered by our colleague, Dr. Zijian Xie, in the aging process but identified a novel therapeutic target as well as a specific pharmacological strategy to actually slow the aging process ...

Categories: Anti-Aging

Concerns Over Heart Disease and Breast Cancer Risk Expected to Grow Nondairy Milk Market - LIVEKINDLY

Nutrition and Cancer - Tue, 2018-07-03 21:33

LIVEKINDLY

Concerns Over Heart Disease and Breast Cancer Risk Expected to Grow Nondairy Milk Market
LIVEKINDLY
According to a new report released by market research firm Million Insights, concerns over heart disease and breast cancer will help drive the global dairy alternatives market to a projected $35.6 billion by 2024. While the ... Medical research has ...

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Categories: Cancer News

After farmer protests, FSSAI agrees to revisit Organic Food regulations - Hindustan Times

Organic Food - Tue, 2018-07-03 20:05

Hindustan Times

After farmer protests, FSSAI agrees to revisit Organic Food regulations
Hindustan Times
Country's top food regulator— Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) -- is considering watering down its regulations on organic food that kicked in from July 1 this year, after farmers' protests. Several organic farmer groups protested ...
FSSAI Agrees To Revisit Organic Food Regulations Following Farmers' ProtestsHungryForever.com (blog)
DDS opposes FSSAI 'organic' certificationThe Hindu

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South East Asia to bear the biggest burden as climate change hits nutritional content of crops - FoodNavigator-Asia.com

Nutritional Medicine - Tue, 2018-07-03 20:02

FoodNavigator-Asia.com

South East Asia to bear the biggest burden as climate change hits nutritional content of crops
FoodNavigator-Asia.com
This week, sees the first papers in PLOS Medicine?'s Special Issue on Climate Change and Health being published. In a research article, Christopher Weyant of Stanford University and colleagues predict reduced crop nutritional content and subsequent ...

No nutrition in sight - The News International

Nutrition - Tue, 2018-07-03 18:40

No nutrition in sight
The News International
As in other developing countries of the world, malnutrition remains a major public health problem in Pakistan. Malnutrition is poor nutrition caused by a deficiency or excess of nutrients in diet and is the key to morbidity and mortality in children ...

CCHR Japan Demands an End to Psychiatric Abuse - Digital Journal

Psychiatry - Tue, 2018-07-03 18:21

Digital Journal

CCHR Japan Demands an End to Psychiatric Abuse
Digital Journal
Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR) is a nonprofit charitable mental health watchdog co-founded in 1969 by the Church of Scientology and professor of psychiatry Dr. Thomas Szasz. It is dedicated to eradicating psychiatric abuse and ensuring ...

Categories: Psychiatry News

Meth, 'the Devil's drug,' is back and killing more people than ever - Atlanta Journal Constitution

Meth Addiction - Tue, 2018-07-03 17:34

Atlanta Journal Constitution

Meth, 'the Devil's drug,' is back and killing more people than ever
Atlanta Journal Constitution
But she didn't yet understand addiction. She wondered why her friends couldn't just stop. Most people didn't understand meth. It's a highly addictive, super-charged cousin of amphetamine. Amphetamine, developed in Japan in 1919, greatly energizes the ...

7 sex myths even the smartest among us believe - Body and Soul

Heart Disease - Tue, 2018-07-03 17:17

Body and Soul

7 sex myths even the smartest among us believe
Body and Soul
Heart attack patients are often apprehensive about getting busy between the sheets but a paper published last week in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology suggests they needn't worry. Researchers .... 'The effect is so strong that it's ...

Social media apps are 'deliberately' addictive to users - BBC News

Cocaine Addiction - Tue, 2018-07-03 17:17

BBC News

Social media apps are 'deliberately' addictive to users
BBC News
Social media companies are deliberately addicting users to their products for financial gain, Silicon Valley insiders have told the BBC's Panorama programme. "It's as if they're taking behavioural cocaine and just sprinkling it all over your interface ...
Silicon Valley insiders revealed that Facebook, Snapchat, and Twitter are using 'behavioural cocaine' to turn people ...Business Insider UK

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Gambling addiction: Science, Independence, Transparency - Council of Europe (press release)

Gambling Addiction - Tue, 2018-07-03 16:20

Council of Europe (press release)

Gambling addiction: Science, Independence, Transparency
Council of Europe (press release)
Within the framework of the fruitful cooperation between MedNET and Switzerland, seven MedNET representatives from Algeria, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Tunisia, participated in the 4th international multidisciplinary symposium “Gambling addiction: ...

Gambling addiction: Science, Independence, Transparency - Council of Europe (press release)

Gambling Addiction - Tue, 2018-07-03 16:20

Council of Europe (press release)

Gambling addiction: Science, Independence, Transparency
Council of Europe (press release)
Within the framework of the fruitful cooperation between MedNET and Switzerland, seven MedNET representatives from Algeria, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Tunisia, participated in the 4th international multidisciplinary symposium “Gambling addiction: ...

Medical marijuana CEO thinks Iowa will expand law - The Gazette: Eastern Iowa Breaking News and Headlines

Marijuana Addiction - Tue, 2018-07-03 15:27

The Gazette: Eastern Iowa Breaking News and Headlines

Medical marijuana CEO thinks Iowa will expand law
The Gazette: Eastern Iowa Breaking News and Headlines
Since then, he's seen medical marijuana help patients with stage 4 cancer and other serious diseases, he said. Murphy also sees medical cannabis as an alternative to opioids, without similar risks of addiction and overdose. Iowa Relief plans to hold ...

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She nearly died during childbirth. 10 months later, she's still fighting for her life - The Telegraph

Vaccines and Vaccination - Tue, 2018-07-03 15:24

The Telegraph

She nearly died during childbirth. 10 months later, she's still fighting for her life
The Telegraph
... then her kidneys failed. Her blood pressure is still high, she no longer produces her own blood and she relies on a cocktail of shots, medications, restricted diet and dialysis to keep her body running. ... Risks to expectant mothers with ...

PRP: alternative arthritis treatment - PA home page

Athritis - Tue, 2018-07-03 15:22

PA home page

PRP: alternative arthritis treatment
PA home page
SCRANTON, LACKAWANNA COUNTY (WBRE/WYOU) - The pain, swelling and stiffness of arthritis can greatly affect your quality of life. While symptoms can be eased through anti-inflammatory medication, therapy and sometimes even surgery others are ...
Platelet-rich plasma injection effective alternative for knee OAHealio

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Platelet-rich plasma injection effective alternative for knee OA - Healio

Osteoporosis - Tue, 2018-07-03 15:17

Platelet-rich plasma injection effective alternative for knee OA
Healio
An intra-articular injection of platelet-rich plasma may be an effective alternative to hyaluronic acid in the treatment of knee osteoarthritis, particularly in patients with mild forms of the condition, according to findings published in Arthritis ...

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Fresh Concerns Raised About UIC Researcher's Pediatric Drug Study - The Scientist

Psychiatry - Tue, 2018-07-03 15:06

The Scientist

Fresh Concerns Raised About UIC Researcher's Pediatric Drug Study
The Scientist
Emails and other documents recently obtained by ProPublica Illinois have prompted fresh criticism of a famous pediatric psychiatrist whose work violated research rules and put children's health at risk. University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC ...

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Categories: Psychiatry News

How separation from family affects children's brains - Texarkana Gazette

Heart Disease - Tue, 2018-07-03 14:48

How separation from family affects children's brains
Texarkana Gazette
When the threat is ongoing—a result of things like war, famine, poverty, natural disasters, family discord or neighborhood violence—the stress system may remain on high alert, sometimes triggering anxiety, behavior problems, stomach aches, sleep ...

LA Parker: Public alcoholism presents a need for compassionate action - The Trentonian

Alcoholism - Tue, 2018-07-03 14:34

The Trentonian

LA Parker: Public alcoholism presents a need for compassionate action
The Trentonian
L.A. Parker: Public alcoholism presents a need for compassionate action. City of Trenton officials should deal with this public alcoholism issue. L.A. Parker — The Trentonian. By L.A. Parker, The Trentonian. Posted: 07/03/18, 4:25 PM EDT | Updated: 5 ...

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