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How to get back in shape after motherhood: Experts - Times of India

Trans Fatty Acids - Sun, 2015-05-10 06:15

Times of India

How to get back in shape after motherhood: Experts
Times of India
This helps regulate and normalise my blood sugar levels through the day, without the dips and spikes of heavy meals. I always keep an eye on the fat content and also include a lot of fruits and vegetables in my meals. I drink a lot of water and green ...

Diabetic? Two-minute eye test detects early signs of nerve damage - Daily Mail

Diabetes - Sun, 2015-05-10 06:04

Daily Mail

Diabetic? Two-minute eye test detects early signs of nerve damage
Daily Mail
It's the place you'd expect to find short and long-sighted people milling around trying on new glasses. But the High Street optician could soon be the go-to place for diabetics, for a quick test to diagnose a condition that puts them at risk of losing ...

Defra considering labelling British food to pinpoint its source - The Independent


The Independent

Defra considering labelling British food to pinpoint its source
The Independent
Spices were a “high-risk sector” because they are expensive and very easy to contaminate, he said. Ladislav Miko, acting director general for the EC's health and consumer unit, opened the ... use of animal feed, some 61 per cent of the public do not ...

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Good fat or bad fat? Know all about it - Hindustan Times

Trans Fatty Acids - Sun, 2015-05-10 04:52

Hindustan Times

Good fat or bad fat? Know all about it
Hindustan Times
Research has shown trans-fat are the only type of fat that causes weight gain. While some meat and dairy products contain a small amount of naturally occurring trans-fats, the largest and most concerning source of trans-fats in a person's diet today is ...
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Crumb-rubber used in athletic fields poses threat to kids - HeraldNet

Carcinogens - Sun, 2015-05-10 04:30

Crumb-rubber used in athletic fields poses threat to kids
HeraldNet
Tires are well-known to contain heavy metals, carcinogens, phthalates, endocrine-disrupting chemicals, carbon black and many additional chemicals of potential concern. Magic does not remove these toxic chemicals when roughly 40,000 tires are shredded ...

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Need A Costly Drug? Insurers Increasingly Push For Older, Cheaper Ones - hays Post

Athritis - Sun, 2015-05-10 04:07

hays Post

Need A Costly Drug? Insurers Increasingly Push For Older, Cheaper Ones
hays Post
There are lots of newly insured patients seeking prescription medications these days, thanks to the Affordable Care Act. And thanks to an explosion of new – and expensive – breakthrough drugs for treating illnesses like cancer, hepatitis C and ...

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Nutrition advice for children - Times of Malta

Mineral Deficiency - Sun, 2015-05-10 03:55

Times of Malta

Nutrition advice for children
Times of Malta
Some studies have found that multivitamin/mineral supplementation “has the potential to improve brain function in healthy children” (Br. J. Nutr, 2008). The modern Western diet is highly nutrient deficient. Most people are lacking B12. Copper levels ...

Nutrition advice for children - Times of Malta

Nutrient Deficiency - Sun, 2015-05-10 03:55

Times of Malta

Nutrition advice for children
Times of Malta
Some studies have found that multivitamin/mineral supplementation “has the potential to improve brain function in healthy children” (Br. J. Nutr, 2008). The modern Western diet is highly nutrient deficient. Most people are lacking B12. Copper levels ...

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