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Man admits faking credentials to get $165k Waikato psychiatrist job - New Zealand Herald

Psychiatry - Mon, 2017-03-13 18:04

Man admits faking credentials to get $165k Waikato psychiatrist job
New Zealand Herald
A man has admitted faking psychiatrist qualifications to get a job with the Waikato District Health Board (WDHB) worth more than $165,000. The eight-day trial of ... As part of his job, Siddiqui was tasked with assessing and interacting with mental ...

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Healthy Living: Let's talk about fiber - Norwich Bulletin

Cancer Fighting Foods - Mon, 2017-03-13 17:21

Norwich Bulletin

Healthy Living: Let's talk about fiber
Norwich Bulletin
In the International Food Council's 2015 Food Intake Survey, Americans ranked fiber second on the list of things to get more of. ... Adequate fiber intake reduces the risk of developing diabetes, heart disease, colon cancer and can even facilitate ...

Categories: Cancer News

Fish oil supplements provide some benefit after heart attack, heart failure - Beloit Daily News

Heart Disease - Mon, 2017-03-13 17:18

Fish oil supplements provide some benefit after heart attack, heart failure
Beloit Daily News
Omega-3 fish oil supplements may slightly lower the risk of dying after heart failure or a recent heart attack, but they don't prevent heart disease, says an advisory issued Monday by the American Heart Association. About 18.8 million adults in the ...

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Plan on running a marathon? This food plan will boost your performance - Star2.com

Mineral Deficiency - Mon, 2017-03-13 16:42

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Plan on running a marathon? This food plan will boost your performance
Star2.com
Iron deficiency – detected by a blood test – can lead to physical and muscular fatigue. Magnesium deficiency can have a similar effect. If you start to experience unusual levels of fatigue, muscle spasms, signs of anxiety, sleep problems and ...

State to List Monsanto's Weed Killer as a Carcinogen - KCET

Carcinogens - Mon, 2017-03-13 16:27

KCET

State to List Monsanto's Weed Killer as a Carcinogen
KCET
In March 2015, the World Health Organization's International Agency for Research on Cancer classified glyphosate as a probable carcinogen. Later that year, the California Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) announced that it would ...

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Categories: Cancer News

Who should take omega-3 fish oil supplements? - CBS News

Omega 3 - Mon, 2017-03-13 16:13

CBS News

Who should take omega-3 fish oil supplements?
CBS News
Millions of people take fish oil supplements for heart health, but a new report from the American Heart Associations shows not everyone may benefit from it. The report, published in the American Heart Association journal Circulation, found that omega-3 ...
Most People Don't Need to Take Omega-3 SupplementsHealthline
AHA does not recommend omega-3 fish oil supplements to prevent ...Cardiovascular Business
American Heart Association Recommends Omega-3 Supplements for Secondary Prevention of Coronary Heart DiseaseNutritional Outlook
Monthly Prescribing Reference (registration) -Men's Health -WNYT -Circulation
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Gummy vitamins for dogs? Yes, and they will be made in Winona - Minneapolis Star Tribune

Vitamins - Mon, 2017-03-13 15:57

Minneapolis Star Tribune

Gummy vitamins for dogs? Yes, and they will be made in Winona
Minneapolis Star Tribune
The Ferrara gummy bear factory that shut in Winona a year ago, displacing 125 workers, will soon reopen as a maker of gummy vitamins for cats and dogs. Chicago-based Midwest Co-Pack plans to begin manufacturing pet goods inside the factory by the end ...

Has alcoholism become New Zealand's accepted addiction? - Newshub

Alcoholism - Mon, 2017-03-13 15:33

Newshub

Has alcoholism become New Zealand's accepted addiction?
Newshub
It's easy to forget alcohol is the most widely available and consumed recreational drug in New Zealand - and is therefore the drug that causes Kiwis and their families the most harm. To look at it statistically, the New Zealand Drug Foundation says ...

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The top 13 fruits and vegetables you should probably buy organic - Business Insider

Fruits and Vegetables - Mon, 2017-03-13 15:31

Business Insider

The top 13 fruits and vegetables you should probably buy organic
Business Insider
Pesticide use on fruits and vegetables varies from one crop, region, and grower to the next, and buying organic doesn't always guarantee a food will be pesticide-free. (The USDA permits organic farmers to use certain pesticides; also, chemicals applied ...

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The top 13 fruits and vegetables you should probably buy organic - Business Insider

Organic Food - Mon, 2017-03-13 15:31

Business Insider

The top 13 fruits and vegetables you should probably buy organic
Business Insider
Pesticide use on fruits and vegetables varies from one crop, region, and grower to the next, and buying organic doesn't always guarantee a food will be pesticide-free. (The USDA permits organic farmers to use certain pesticides; also, chemicals applied ...
Eating organic food 'won't save the planet' – and it's not great for you ...Metro
Organic is a single part of a sustainable food system, and only works ...FoodNavigator.com
DOMINIC LAWSON:Going organic put me in hospital for a week ...Daily Mail
Stuff.co.nz
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Hawkesbury lawyer accused of conspiring to import a tonne of cocaine - Ottawa Sun

Cocaine Addiction - Mon, 2017-03-13 15:27

Ottawa Sun

Hawkesbury lawyer accused of conspiring to import a tonne of cocaine
Ottawa Sun
Lachapelle was found to have committed misconduct in 1999 after he misappropriated $71,000 from the estate of his late great aunt to pay for his cocaine addiction. Lachapelle wasn't disbarred, however, after the law society panel heard about the ...

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'Little Women: LA' Star Briana Renee Opens Up About Her Struggle With Postpartum Depression (EXCLUSIVE) - In Touch Weekly

Postpartum Depression - Mon, 2017-03-13 15:15

In Touch Weekly

'Little Women: LA' Star Briana Renee Opens Up About Her Struggle With Postpartum Depression (EXCLUSIVE)
In Touch Weekly
In a sneak peek of tomorrow's all-new episode of Little Women: LA — obtained exclusively by In Touch — Bri struggles with communicating with her husband Matt about what she's experiencing, before revealing that she thinks she has postpartum depression.

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Good for What Ails 'Em - PetProductNews.com

Athritis - Mon, 2017-03-13 14:54

PetProductNews.com

Good for What Ails 'Em
PetProductNews.com
Customers at Noah's Natural Pet Market in San Diego are certainly on board. “These are the educated customers who are looking for an alternative treatment for pain relief, arthritis, cancer, seizures, etc., and are willing to pay a bit more for a ...

Nutrients pumped into sea to nurture nori - The Japan News

Nutrient Deficiency - Mon, 2017-03-13 14:37

The Japan News

Nutrients pumped into sea to nurture nori
The Japan News
This is an attempt to make up for the so-called nutritional deficiency of the sea amid the continuing poor growth of nori. The Yomiuri Shimbun looked into 19 sewage treatment facilities in 13 municipalities implementing this measure. As some people are ...

gulftoday.ae | Experts to discuss effect of Vitamin D deficiency - Gulf Today

Vitamin Deficiency - Mon, 2017-03-13 14:36

gulftoday.ae | Experts to discuss effect of Vitamin D deficiency
Gulf Today
ABU DHABI: Leading experts from across the globe will present scientific sessions to highlight benefits of early detection and prevention of Vitamin D Deficiency ...

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Let Food be Thy Medicine - Synapse

Nutritional Medicine - Mon, 2017-03-13 14:36

Let Food be Thy Medicine
Synapse
The elements of Tulane's Culinary Medicine curriculum address that gap where the rubber meets the road. In just one evening, it imparted a practical, hands-on appreciation of many of the barriers to helping patients improve their health through nutrition.

Government-run Healthcare - The New American

Psychiatry - Mon, 2017-03-13 14:35

Government-run Healthcare
The New American
New York Times: “Report Finds Sharp Increase in Veterans Denied V.A. Benefits,” “More than 125,000 U.S. veterans are being denied crucial mental health services,” and “Rubio, Miller ask committee to back VA accountability bills. ... VHA's 152 hospitals ...

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Organic food isn't all it's cracked up to be, study suggests - Fox News

Organic Food - Mon, 2017-03-13 13:47

Fox News

Organic food isn't all it's cracked up to be, study suggests
Fox News
The study also pointed out that reviews disagree on whether organic food offers “a significant difference in nutrient content” compared to conventional crops. While one benefit was found to be unequivocal — reduced contamination from pesticides — the ...

Organic food isn't all it's cracked up to be, study suggests - Fox News

Organic Food - Mon, 2017-03-13 13:35

Fox News

Organic food isn't all it's cracked up to be, study suggests
Fox News
The study also pointed out that reviews disagree on whether organic food offers “a significant difference in nutrient content” compared to conventional crops. While one benefit was found to be unequivocal — reduced contamination from pesticides — the ...

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