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10 Iron-Rich Foods for Active Women - Shape Magazine

Mineral Deficiency - Wed, 2015-10-21 08:19

Shape Magazine

10 Iron-Rich Foods for Active Women
Shape Magazine
The human body can't produce iron, but this mineral helps regulate cell growth and contributes to healthy muscles and immune system—plus, red blood cells rely on iron to carry oxygen throughout the body. So where do we get it? Food! Foods derived from ...

New mammogram guidelines already creating controversy - KTBS

Vaccines and Vaccination - Wed, 2015-10-21 08:07

KTBS

New mammogram guidelines already creating controversy
KTBS
"I know we at Memorial Sloan Kettering are not going to change our recommendations, which call for annual mammography starting at 40 for average-risk women," said Dr. Carol Lee, a diagnostic radiologist at the New York City hospital, who specializes in ...

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With a $150M fundraiser, RTP's Humacyte charts next steps - Triangle Business Journal

Heart Disease - Wed, 2015-10-21 08:05

With a $150M fundraiser, RTP's Humacyte charts next steps
Triangle Business Journal
Humacyte is developing a product that would serve as a conduit to connect a vein and an artery in the arm to then filter blood out of the body. This is important particularly for patients with kidney failure who require hemodialysis. The kidney ...

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New mammogram guidelines already creating controversy - 9&10 News

Vaccines and Vaccination - Wed, 2015-10-21 08:02

9&10 News

New mammogram guidelines already creating controversy
9&10 News
"I know we at Memorial Sloan Kettering are not going to change our recommendations, which call for annual mammography starting at 40 for average-risk women," said Dr. Carol Lee, a diagnostic radiologist at the New York City hospital, who specializes in ...

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Tasting a Flavor That Doesn't Exist - The Atlantic

MSG (Monosodium Glutamate) - Wed, 2015-10-21 08:00

The Atlantic

Tasting a Flavor That Doesn't Exist
The Atlantic
But the aroma was undetectable if it was paired with a flavor we don't normally associate with a cherry/almond scent, like monosodium glutamate (MSG). As Dalton recalled, only one researcher was able to detect the flavor in that case—he was native ...

Concordia Healthcare Completes AMCo Acquisition - MarketWatch

Athritis - Wed, 2015-10-21 07:51

Concordia Healthcare Completes AMCo Acquisition
MarketWatch
Supraj Rajagopalan, Partner at Cinven, commented: "AMCo's acquisition by Concordia is a natural next step that will position the combined business perfectly for further growth within the pharma sector. ... of pheochromocytoma; Lanoxin®, for the ...

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FDA Okays Once-Daily Dyanavel XR for ADHD in Children - Medscape

ADHD - Wed, 2015-10-21 07:46

FDA Okays Once-Daily Dyanavel XR for ADHD in Children
Medscape
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved the amphetamine Dyanavel XR (Tris Pharma Inc), a once-daily extended-release oral liquid, for the treatment of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in children aged 6 years and older ...

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5 Pro Tips for Buying Herbal Medicine - Shape Magazine

Energy Medicine - Wed, 2015-10-21 07:43

Shape Magazine

5 Pro Tips for Buying Herbal Medicine
Shape Magazine
Be extra cautious around herbal supplements that claim to boost energy levels or help you lose weight. These tend to contain ingredients, like caffeine or bitter orange, that have been shown to create heart palpitations and other issues, says Cooperman.

5 Pro Tips for Buying Herbal Medicine - Shape Magazine

Nutritional Medicine - Wed, 2015-10-21 07:43

Shape Magazine

5 Pro Tips for Buying Herbal Medicine
Shape Magazine
A new study in the New England Journal of Medicine found that adverse effects caused by these supplements and other nutritional pills (like amino acid supplements) are responsible for more than 23,000 visits to the ER per year. The main problems seemed ...

Bipolar Disorder: what it's like to shift between periods of mania and depression - The Independent

Bipolar - Wed, 2015-10-21 07:09

The Independent

Bipolar Disorder: what it's like to shift between periods of mania and depression
The Independent
Bipolar disorder is a severe and chronic mental health problem with two main forms. It was previously known as “Manic Depression”; however the term was greatly stigmatized. There has been a shift over the past few decades to use “Bipolar Disorder ...

Categories: Bipolar News

Schwan simplifying ingredient list across entire line - Food Business News (registration)

Trans Fatty Acids - Wed, 2015-10-21 07:09

Food Business News (registration)

Schwan simplifying ingredient list across entire line
Food Business News (registration)
The Food and Drug Administration in June announced that industrially-produced trans fatty acids are no longer Generally Recognized As Safe, and may not be added to food products after June 2018. Schwan's pledge to remove dyes also will be fulfilled by ...

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6 foods you're craving and what they really mean - BT.com

Mineral Deficiency - Wed, 2015-10-21 06:21

BT.com

6 foods you're craving and what they really mean
BT.com
“Try to include red meat at least once a week in your diet and add lentils, spinach and pumpkin seeds, which are also a great source of minerals and vitamins. Alternatively, you can replenish iron deficiency by taking a good quality multivitamin. Go ...

Does anybody drink Diet Coke? Sales plunge - KWCH

Aspartame - Wed, 2015-10-21 06:19

KWCH

Does anybody drink Diet Coke? Sales plunge
KWCH
But Coke continues to use aspartame. Diet Coke also seems to be hurt by the fact that Coke has a similar no-calorie drink that is doing better: Coke Zero's volume was up 8% in the quarter. Coke Zero also has aspartame. The latest results for Coke show ...

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Idaho alternative-health providers see big growth - The Idaho Statesman

Alternative Cancer Treatment - Wed, 2015-10-21 06:16

The Idaho Statesman

Idaho alternative-health providers see big growth
The Idaho Statesman
“But I call myself a GP, meaning a general practitioner, which means I see all kinds [from] gastrointestinal to things like fibromyalgia, multiple sclerosis, cancer patients, [and] other neurological disorders that aren't always well treated by the ...

Categories: Cancer News

OUR DAILY DOSE: A Short Film on the Hazards of Water Fluoridation - Foreign Policy Journal

Fluoridation - Wed, 2015-10-21 06:11

Foreign Policy Journal

OUR DAILY DOSE: A Short Film on the Hazards of Water Fluoridation
Foreign Policy Journal
In OUR DAILY DOSE, filmmaker Jeremy Seifert (GMO OMG) lays out the dangers of water fluoridation informatively and creatively, highlighting the most current research and interviewing top-tier doctors, activists, and attorneys close to the issue ...

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Kids Need Fruits And Veggies, Not False Alarms About Food Risks - Forbes

Fruits and Vegetables - Wed, 2015-10-21 03:00

Kids Need Fruits And Veggies, Not False Alarms About Food Risks
Forbes
Jeff Stier and Henry I. Miller. We thought that everyone could agree that the year-round availability of low-cost, appetizing and healthful fruits and vegetables to school-kids is a good thing. We were naive. According to a study published in September ...

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