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Food Science Is Caught Between the Head and the Heart - Bloomberg

Omega 3 - Thu, 2018-01-04 16:20

Bloomberg

Food Science Is Caught Between the Head and the Heart
Bloomberg
That's the uncontroversial part, since omega-3 fatty acids are approved by the American Heart Association as part of the family known as polyunsaturated fats. Where it gets tricky is in the biochemistry, because, as Hibbeln explains, there's a chemical ...

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4 Foods That Can Help Reduce Your Risk of Breast Cancer - GoodHousekeeping.com

Nutrition and Cancer - Thu, 2018-01-04 16:20

GoodHousekeeping.com

4 Foods That Can Help Reduce Your Risk of Breast Cancer
GoodHousekeeping.com
First, the not-so-good news: No food is proven to prevent or cure any type of cancer, including breast cancer. Now the good news: There are many foods that can boost your overall health and in turn reduce your risk of developing breast cancer. Being ...

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The argument against legalizing marijuana - NJTV News

Marijuana Addiction - Thu, 2018-01-04 16:15

NJTV News

The argument against legalizing marijuana
NJTV News
In fact, his drug czar was a person in recovery from addiction and who was very outspoken against legalization, so even the Obama administration was against it. And I just don't understand why, when there are so many other problems befitting this ...

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A Brief History of Gambling in Britain - Anglotopia.net

Gambling Addiction - Thu, 2018-01-04 16:11

Anglotopia.net

A Brief History of Gambling in Britain
Anglotopia.net
Nowadays, these shops can advertise more widely, as long as they do their best to offer information about gambling addiction and where people can get help if they are struggling to control their gambling. In spite of the existence of these places, many ...

Returning Dental Amalgam to the Sacramento Dentistry Group ... - The Daily Telescope

Dental Amalgams - Thu, 2018-01-04 16:03

The Daily Telescope

Returning Dental Amalgam to the Sacramento Dentistry Group ...
The Daily Telescope
If a patient breaks or loses a metal filling, what should they do with the broken amalgam? Herein we discuss why mercury amalgam should be disposed of properly at a dental office and how to bring the amalgam to your dentist. Press Release - updated ...

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In wake of Watertown chief's death, town tackles firefighter cancer - Wicked Local Watertown

Carcinogens - Thu, 2018-01-04 16:01

Wicked Local Watertown

In wake of Watertown chief's death, town tackles firefighter cancer
Wicked Local Watertown
The washer was funded thanks to a $5,000 donation from Target along with the town of Watertown's funding. The washer machine cost around $12,000 in total as it required electrical, plumbing and installation work as well. The washer is something ...

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Treating ADHD with Medication May Lower the Risk of Sexually Transmitted Infections - ADDitude

ADHD - Thu, 2018-01-04 15:54

ADDitude

Treating ADHD with Medication May Lower the Risk of Sexually Transmitted Infections
ADDitude
Adolescents and adults with ADHD have a heightened risk of engaging in unsafe sexual behaviors — and they are more likely to contract sexually transmitted infections (STIs) as a result. According to a large new study, however, the use of ADHD ...

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No need for weed - STLtoday.com

Marijuana Addiction - Thu, 2018-01-04 15:46

STLtoday.com

No need for weed
STLtoday.com
2), David Roland and Michael A. Wolff overlooked all of the reasons why recreational marijuana should not be legalized. The number one reason many Americans continue to give for not using marijuana is because it is illegal. We don't have to look far to ...

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“In Between” Intimately Studies the Friendship of Palestinian Women in Tel Aviv - Village Voice

Ritalin - Thu, 2018-01-04 15:44

Village Voice

“In Between” Intimately Studies the Friendship of Palestinian Women in Tel Aviv
Village Voice
“Men don't like women who raise their voices,” a matriarch says as she waxes a crying, younger woman's legs in the opening scene of Arab Israeli director Maysaloun Hamoud's In Between. She continues her litany of misguided wisdom: “In bed, do what he ...

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More than half think painkillers a major problem, but not a national emergency: report - The Hill

Prescription Pills Addiction - Thu, 2018-01-04 15:27

The Hill

More than half think painkillers a major problem, but not a national emergency: report
The Hill
About 53 percent of respondents surveyed said addiction to prescription painkillers was a major problem in the U.S., but not a national emergency, while 28 percent believe the crisis is a national emergency, according to the report, which cites a ...

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Trump administration plan would widely expand drilling in US continental waters - Washington Post

Energy Medicine - Thu, 2018-01-04 15:24

Washington Post

Trump administration plan would widely expand drilling in US continental waters
Washington Post
The well's owner, BP, had paid penalties in excess of $61 billion as of July 2016. Two weeks ago, the Interior Department suspended a study conducted by the National Academies of Science, Engineering and Medicine on the safety of offshore oil and gas ...
As Trump Moves to Expand Offshore Drilling, He Proposes Shrinking Safety Protections. What Could Go Wrong?Natural Resources Defense Council
Trump Proposes To Open Nearly All US Waters To Offshore DrillingIFLScience
Trump's offshore oil drilling plans ignore the lessons of BP Deepwater HorizonThe Conversation US

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Meth Is Making A 'Comeback' in Florida - TheFix.com

Meth Addiction - Thu, 2018-01-04 15:19

TheFix.com

Meth Is Making A 'Comeback' in Florida
TheFix.com
More people and organizations are now talking about the dangers of meth, particularly in the LGBTQ community. “We have several crystal meth support groups that meet at the center and we noticed the groups were getting larger,” said Robert Boo ...

Panelists say opioid epidemic still far from being cured - Sarasota Herald-Tribune

Prescription Pills Addiction - Thu, 2018-01-04 14:47

Sarasota Herald-Tribune

Panelists say opioid epidemic still far from being cured
Sarasota Herald-Tribune
After the state and local governments successfully cracked down on pharmacies known as “pill mills,” people who had become addicted to over-prescribed painkillers such as oxycodone and hydrocodone turned to heroin. Dealers started adding synthetic ...

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Evaluating the need for sulfur in high organic matter soils - Farm Forum

Nutrient Deficiency - Thu, 2018-01-04 14:46

Evaluating the need for sulfur in high organic matter soils
Farm Forum
Since sulfur is immobile in the plant, bottom leaves may show signs of striping while the upper leaves look green and normal. When this occurs, plant tissue analysis may not prove to help determine if sulfur was deficient in the field. Remember this ...

CAS Ritalin World Consumption Report - satPRnews (press release)

Ritalin - Thu, 2018-01-04 14:43

CAS Ritalin World Consumption Report
satPRnews (press release)
Pharmaceutical Market Reports has been published the new research report today. It provides objective assessment of market opportunities with detailed analysis of pharmaceutical industries. This CAS Ritalin World Consumption Report provides data on the ...

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Tackling Hunger, Memorial Hermann Prescribes Fresh Fruits and Vegetables - PR Newswire (press release)

Fruits and Vegetables - Thu, 2018-01-04 14:39

Tackling Hunger, Memorial Hermann Prescribes Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
PR Newswire (press release)
In an effort to change these grim statistics, Memorial Hermann Community Benefit Corporation teamed up with Wholesome Wave, a national nonprofit dedicated to making fruits and vegetables more affordable for low-income communities. The organization ...

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Classic theater, wine dinners, an art exhibition and a new Jimmy John's make this week's roundup of happenings - Florida Today

Cancer Fighting Foods - Thu, 2018-01-04 14:38

Florida Today

Classic theater, wine dinners, an art exhibition and a new Jimmy John's make this week's roundup of happenings
Florida Today
“On Golden Pond,” the love story of Ethel and Norman Thayer, never grows old, as Brevard audiences will see when they see Surfside Playhouse's production of the 1979 Ernest Thompson play that spawned the 1981 Academy Award-winning movie starring Henry ...

Categories: Cancer News

Classic theater, wine dinners, an art exhibition and a new Jimmy John's make this week's roundup of happenings - Florida Today

Cancer Fighting Foods - Thu, 2018-01-04 14:38

Florida Today

Classic theater, wine dinners, an art exhibition and a new Jimmy John's make this week's roundup of happenings
Florida Today
“On Golden Pond,” the love story of Ethel and Norman Thayer, never grows old, as Brevard audiences will see when they see Surfside Playhouse's production of the 1979 Ernest Thompson play that spawned the 1981 Academy Award-winning movie starring Henry ...

Categories: Cancer News

How to Quit Everything in 2018 - VICE

Cocaine Addiction - Thu, 2018-01-04 14:20

VICE

How to Quit Everything in 2018
VICE
The first addiction I ever quit was cocaine. I was 22 years old. I had been doing coke recreationally (which is a hilarious term for drug use—it sounds like I was in a bowling league where we do cocaine) for a few years. I was asked to perform at the ...

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Omega-3 enriched milk by microalgae-fed cows could boost food nutrition - Food Dive

Omega 3 - Thu, 2018-01-04 14:17

Omega-3 enriched milk by microalgae-fed cows could boost food nutrition
Food Dive
In a project funded by Lexington, Kentucky-based biotech firm Alltech, a UK-based food scientist increased the level of long chain omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids in milk by feeding microalgae to cows. Omega-3 fatty acids have been shown to lower ...

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