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Debbie Matthews, columnist - Durham Herald Sun

MSG (Monosodium Glutamate) - Tue, 2014-05-27 08:09

Durham Herald Sun

Debbie Matthews, columnist
Durham Herald Sun
But with the fifth taste comes controversy. Umami in its crystalized form is MSG, or monosodium glutamate. And there are people who swear they are deathly allergic to MSG. I know a guy who is convinced he can't tolerate it. Eating Chinese food is a ...

Tropical Fruit Tree Found to Have Amazing Health and Healing Properties - EIN News (press release)

Athritis - Tue, 2014-05-27 07:18

Tropical Fruit Tree Found to Have Amazing Health and Healing Properties
EIN News (press release)
“I used to have arthritic pain in my leg and since I started using sour sop leaf I am now pain free. My husband who was a big skeptic of herbal remedies refused to take the drink with me but somehow he started drinking my supply and now he has more ...

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Why did Anne Boleyn have to die? - New Statesman

Heart Disease - Tue, 2014-05-27 07:08

New Statesman

Why did Anne Boleyn have to die?
New Statesman
Other options were available, such as retirement into a monastery, or Anne could have lived out the rest of her natural life in the courts of Europe. Adultery and incest were not verdicts that carried the death sentence. In any case, the charge of ...

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Eye Vitamins Could Better Vision In The Long Run - CBS Local

Vitamins - Tue, 2014-05-27 07:02

Eye Vitamins Could Better Vision In The Long Run
CBS Local
“There's some good data to suggest that eye vitamins lower the risk of vision loss from age-related macular degeneration,” said Dr. Dunbar. “Taking one won't make your eyes more blue or green. They don't offer any effects on the front of the eye; it's ...

Should I match certain nutrients (like calcium with vitamin D) for maximum ... - The Globe and Mail

Nutrient Deficiency - Tue, 2014-05-27 06:37

Should I match certain nutrients (like calcium with vitamin D) for maximum ...
The Globe and Mail
One of vitamin B12's most important roles is to help activate folate (folic acid) in the body. A deficiency of B12 can lead to a shortage of folate, which is needed to make and repair DNA in cells. B12 also works closely with folate to form red blood ...

Learning to eat right: WIC celebrates 40 years of helping families - Lancaster Newspapers

Nutritional Medicine - Tue, 2014-05-27 06:09

Learning to eat right: WIC celebrates 40 years of helping families
Lancaster Newspapers
It provides checks and vouchers for allowable foods to income-eligible pregnant, breast-feeding or postpartum women, infants and children up to 5 years of age, who are at nutritional risk because of medical problems or poor diets. Because this is ...

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Cytokinetics Announces Additional Data From BENEFIT-ALS to be Presented at ... - Stockhouse

Heart Disease - Tue, 2014-05-27 05:40

Cytokinetics Announces Additional Data From BENEFIT-ALS to be Presented at ...
Stockhouse
Cytokinetics' lead drug candidate from its cardiac muscle contractility program, omecamtiv mecarbil, is in Phase II clinical development for the potential treatment of heart failure. ... rendering Cytokinetics' drug candidates obsolete; competitive ...

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TherapeuticsMD Announces 2014 Investor Day - Business Wire (press release)


TherapeuticsMD Announces 2014 Investor Day
Business Wire (press release)
We are developing advanced hormone therapy pharmaceutical products based on novel technologies that enable delivery of bioidentical hormones through a variety of dosage forms and administration routes. We also manufacture and distribute branded and ...

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Czechs lead EU standings in marijuana, pervitin use - reports - Czech Happenings

Marijuana Addiction - Tue, 2014-05-27 05:04

Czechs lead EU standings in marijuana, pervitin use - reports
Czech Happenings
vydáno: 27.05.2014, 12:53 | aktualizace: 27.05.2014 13:00. Lisbon - Young Czechs still lead the EU marijuana smoking statistics, says the annual report of the European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction (EMCDDA) released today. In addition ...

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Boost your brain power at exam time - Irish Independent

Trans Fatty Acids - Tue, 2014-05-27 04:49

Irish Independent

Boost your brain power at exam time
Irish Independent
Trans fats found in hydrogenated vegetable oils are the ones to cut down on or avoid altogether. These raise cholesterol, damage the heart and the brain, and contribute to heart disease, obesity and diabetes. ... This buttery fruit is rated as one of ...

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'New' drug epidemic decades in making - The Sun

Prescription Pills Addiction - Tue, 2014-05-27 04:46

'New' drug epidemic decades in making
The Sun
But this newly declared crisis is not new. Department of Public Health statistics show that the growth in opiate abuse and related deaths from heroin and prescription drugs began in the late 1990s and grew at much faster rates than it has in more ...
Fighting the heroin epidemic harderFrederick News Post (subscription)

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Time for Winter Lick - AllAfrica.com

Mineral Deficiency - Tue, 2014-05-27 04:19

Time for Winter Lick
AllAfrica.com
Here, a micro-mineral deficiency is induced by the alkaline rumen environment and not because there is an absolute deficiency in the soil. An induced deficiency cannot be addressed by adding more micro-minerals to lick. Instead, a micro-mineral ...

RIAD BELADI UK FRUIT & VEGETABLE MARKET FACTS - International Supermarket News

Fruits and Vegetables - Tue, 2014-05-27 04:09

RIAD BELADI UK FRUIT & VEGETABLE MARKET FACTS
International Supermarket News
According to a recent detailed report on the UK retail market for fresh fruit and vegetables, it was last valued as being worth £8.34bn (retail), which represented growth of 8.3% on the previous 12 months and 24.3% up on the market recorded 5 years ...
Schools Awarded Fruit, Vegetable GrantsTwin Falls Times-News

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