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Eugene Robinson: Trump again shines a light on his own delicate and dangerous ego - The State Journal-Register

Ritalin - Thu, 2017-06-29 19:17

Eugene Robinson: Trump again shines a light on his own delicate and dangerous ego
The State Journal-Register
The man who works in the Oval Office is a walking, talking, tweeting advertisement for Ritalin and perhaps some calming, therapeutic activity such as yoga. We are fortunate, in a sense, that President Donald Trump's lack of focus and his anger ...

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In defense of ADHD and 'popcorning' — Sinbad and Bill agree. Squirrel! - New Jersey 101.5 FM Radio

ADHD - Thu, 2017-06-29 18:58

New Jersey 101.5 FM Radio

In defense of ADHD and 'popcorning' — Sinbad and Bill agree. Squirrel!
New Jersey 101.5 FM Radio
Finally, a guest joined me on the air who completely understood my frequent distractions in-studio and my ability to do what I call “popcorn.” Think of popcorn popping, with each kernel a different element of the conversation. Our listeners can attest ...

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Fire up the grill for fruits, vegetables - Grand Island Independent

Fruits and Vegetables - Thu, 2017-06-29 18:51

Grand Island Independent

Fire up the grill for fruits, vegetables
Grand Island Independent
Almost any vegetable can be grilled. But different vegetables need different cooking times, depending on their size and their moisture content. Vegetables, such as asparagus, broccoli, onion slices, pepper chunks, summer squash and tomatoes usually ...

Simple tasks can 'rewire' brains at risk of developing bipolar disorder - Herald Scotland

Bipolar - Thu, 2017-06-29 18:50

Herald Scotland

Simple tasks can 'rewire' brains at risk of developing bipolar disorder
Herald Scotland
SIMPLE tasks can “rewire” the brain in patients at a high genetic risk of developing bipolar disorder, according to research presented in Edinburgh. The pilot study in New York offers hope of a low-cost early intervention which could prevent the onset ...

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Weed, snail venom may replace addictive opioid painkillers ... - Bangor Daily News

Marijuana Addiction - Thu, 2017-06-29 18:48

Bangor Daily News

Weed, snail venom may replace addictive opioid painkillers ...
Bangor Daily News
Drugs such as morphine, fentanyl, and oxycodone are such powerful analgesics because they so effectively block pain signals by acting directly on the brain.

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Weed, snail venom may replace addictive opioid painkillers - Bangor Daily News

Prescription Pills Addiction - Thu, 2017-06-29 18:48

Bangor Daily News

Weed, snail venom may replace addictive opioid painkillers
Bangor Daily News
The federal government is cracking down on lax prescriptions that contribute to many thousands of deaths a year and has started to block the sale of medications it considers unsafe. Drugs such as morphine, fentanyl, and oxycodone are such powerful ...

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$115M transferred from Amarillo-managed Federal Helium Reserve ... - Amarillo.com

Energy Medicine - Thu, 2017-06-29 18:15

$115M transferred from Amarillo-managed Federal Helium Reserve ...
Amarillo.com
A total of $115 million generated from the 2016 sale and auction of crude helium from the Federal Helium Reserve — which is managed by the Amarillo Bureau ...

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New Bennington Holistic Healing Practitioners emphasize complimentary healing - Bennington Banner (subscription)

Energy Medicine - Thu, 2017-06-29 18:06

Bennington Banner (subscription)

New Bennington Holistic Healing Practitioners emphasize complimentary healing
Bennington Banner (subscription)
Bennington Holistic Healing Practitioners (BennHHP), a collaborative group focusing instead on `complementary medicine,' hopes to make these non traditional healing modalities more accessible and understandable for those in Bennington County seeking ...

Experts keen to dispel myth of 'cancer-busting diets' - Irish Examiner

Nutrition and Cancer - Thu, 2017-06-29 18:02

Irish Examiner

Experts keen to dispel myth of 'cancer-busting diets'
Irish Examiner
INDI, the professional organisation for dietitians in Ireland with more than 700 members, is concerned that misinformation on what cancer patients should eat can have devastating consequences: “This misinformation about nutrition in cancer is rife, and ...

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Two eggs better than 1 for Ugandan children, study says - Pine Bluff Commercial

Nutrition - Thu, 2017-06-29 17:41

Pine Bluff Commercial

Two eggs better than 1 for Ugandan children, study says
Pine Bluff Commercial
Jamie Baum, assistant professor of nutrition for the U of A System Division of Agriculture, said the study explored the effects of egg supplementation on growth in children living in areas linked to poverty, poor diet quality and little or no intake of ...

Gambling addiction - Irish Times

Gambling Addiction - Thu, 2017-06-29 17:07

Gambling addiction
Irish Times
Sir, – The Gambling Control Bill of 2013 appears to have slipped away from legislative priority. This is of particular concern to those of us providing medical care for patients and families affected by severe gambling addiction. As a society, we ...

Auburn father loses son to deadly drug cocktail - CNYcentral.com

Prescription Pills Addiction - Thu, 2017-06-29 16:42

CNYcentral.com

Auburn father loses son to deadly drug cocktail
CNYcentral.com
A majority of those addicted to opioids began by taking prescribed painkillers. Lon Fricano is the president of Heroin Epidemic Action League in Auburn, or HEAL. " People don't wake up in the morning and say 'I think I'll go for a run today and then I ...

Iraq War veteran shares his struggle with opioid addiction - KETV Omaha

Prescription Pills Addiction - Thu, 2017-06-29 16:31

KETV Omaha

Iraq War veteran shares his struggle with opioid addiction
KETV Omaha
It calls the opioid addiction epidemic one of America's foremost health crises, and cites statistics from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention that show opioids (including prescription drugs and heroin) kill more than 33,000 people each year.

An Activist Investor Wants to Take Control of Organic Food Pioneer Hain Celestial - TheStreet.com

Organic Food - Thu, 2017-06-29 16:21

TheStreet.com

An Activist Investor Wants to Take Control of Organic Food Pioneer Hain Celestial
TheStreet.com
Hain Celestial Group Inc., (HAIN) the company behind a variety of organic products including Terra Chips, shares were up more than 9% on Friday morning after activist investor Glenn Welling of Engaged Capital LLC said he has launched a change-of ...
The Hain Celestial Group, Inc. - HAIN - Stock Price Today - ZacksZacks Investment Research

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Bullseye Glass cleared on air pollution issues - Portland Tribune

Carcinogens - Thu, 2017-06-29 16:20

Portland Tribune

Bullseye Glass cleared on air pollution issues
Portland Tribune
EPA data shows that Portland's air is loaded with carcinogens, neurotoxins and other chemicals. The toxic air pollution in only a handful of counties in the United States is more carcinogenic or more dangerous to people's respiratory systems, says ...

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New Kentucky law limits painkiller prescriptions to three-day supply - WCPO

Prescription Pills Addiction - Thu, 2017-06-29 16:19

WCPO

New Kentucky law limits painkiller prescriptions to three-day supply
WCPO
COVINGTON, Ky. -- A new Kentucky law is designed to take on the state's heroin epidemic by targeting addiction before it even begins. Painkillers like oxycodone, hydrocone and fentanyl are now restricted to a three-day supply, under House bill 333. Gov.

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Yes, Getting Dirty Can Act as a Natural Antidepressant—Here's Why - Reader's Digest

Depression - Thu, 2017-06-29 16:01

Reader's Digest

Yes, Getting Dirty Can Act as a Natural Antidepressant—Here's Why
Reader's Digest
“When you are anxious, your stomach may act up, and this is because we have more serotonin receptors in the gut than in the brain,” Dr. Talib explains. (Serotonin is the same feel-good brain chemical that is targeted by antidepressants such as Prozac).

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Nava Savera holds protest, demands ban on use of MSG in food items - Greater Kashmir

MSG (Monosodium Glutamate) - Thu, 2017-06-29 15:34

Greater Kashmir

Nava Savera holds protest, demands ban on use of MSG in food items
Greater Kashmir
A protest was held today by the volunteers of Nava Savera (NGO) at Purani Mandi demanding ban on use of Ajinomoto i.e Monosodium Glutamate (MSG) in Chinese food items .During the protest effigy of Chinese food items were burnt showing it as silent ...

Goel concerned over dope laced nutrients - Greater Kashmir

Nutrition - Thu, 2017-06-29 15:34

Greater Kashmir

Goel concerned over dope laced nutrients
Greater Kashmir
Inaugurating a conclave on 'Nutritional Supplements for Sports' here to work out a doping free model, Goel said time has now come to provide safe and quality nutrition to the athletes in the wake of increasing international competition and high ...

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3 "Healthy" Things a Nutritionist Would Never Eat - POPSUGAR

Nutrition - Thu, 2017-06-29 15:25

POPSUGAR

3 "Healthy" Things a Nutritionist Would Never Eat
POPSUGAR
Luke's rule: "Canned fish (especially salmon) contains high levels of mercury, which causes excess toxins in the body, and the preservation process of canned foods such as tuna makes the food lose nutritional value, not to mention the hazards of BPA ...

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