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How using painkillers can lead to an opioid addiction - WRTV Indianapolis

Prescription Pills Addiction - Wed, 2017-08-30 11:29

WRTV Indianapolis

How using painkillers can lead to an opioid addiction
WRTV Indianapolis
Research shows that addiction to painkillers can lead to heroin use partially because it is less expensive and more accessible than prescription opioids, according to the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA, 2017). “People often assume prescription ...
Teen Drug Use Is Down, But Fatal Opioid Overdoses Are UpHealthline
Pharmaceutical drugs the real culprit in opioid crisisBulletin
How this Catholic saint might be the patron of opioid addicts | AngelusThe Tidings
Asheville Citizen-Times
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Hay fever fever - New Scientist

Carcinogens - Wed, 2017-08-30 11:05

Hay fever fever
New Scientist
Even carcinogens like aflatoxin produce that kind of reaction, and maybe that is why allergy-prone people develop fewer cancers in tissues of the body that communicate directly with the external environment. The bottom line is that either allergy is an ...

Categories: Cancer News

Foods that may help fight cancer - Marconews

Cancer Fighting Foods - Wed, 2017-08-30 11:05

Marconews

Foods that may help fight cancer
Marconews
Some foods show cancer-fighting properties, although it is impossible to currently say one food or another can actually stop cancer from developing. Studies have shown that diets filled with colorful fruits and vegetables can reduce the risk of ...

Categories: Cancer News

Turning point: Refugee role model - Nature.com

Cancer Fighting Foods - Wed, 2017-08-30 11:02

Nature.com

Turning point: Refugee role model
Nature.com
When I go back to Vietnam, I visit markets to find local plants and foods. In 2009, I saw this bright-orange fruit called red gac (Momordica cochinchinensis). The locals said that it was quite good for you, and I wondered if it could fight cancer, so I ...

Categories: Cancer News

Local organic food market has Native American roots - FOX 13 News, Tampa Bay

Organic Food - Wed, 2017-08-30 10:56

FOX 13 News, Tampa Bay

Local organic food market has Native American roots
FOX 13 News, Tampa Bay
The family who owns and operates Cheyenne's Country Thangs used to own a construction company, but back when the economy took a dive, they began spending more and more time in their backyard gardens. They eventually started selling what they ...

5 important stories you may have missed - PBS NewsHour

Vaccines and Vaccination - Wed, 2017-08-30 10:43

PBS NewsHour

5 important stories you may have missed
PBS NewsHour
Likewise, while some studies have shown Tasers lower the risk of injury or death in police encounters, “no government agency tracks fatalities in police incidents where Tasers are used,” making it harder — along with inconsistent autopsy laws and ...

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Growth Hormone Receptor Gene Mutation Discovered - Anti Aging News

Anti-Aging - Wed, 2017-08-30 10:40

Anti Aging News

Growth Hormone Receptor Gene Mutation Discovered
Anti Aging News
Article by: Dr. Michael J. Koch, Editor with www.WorldHealth.net and for Dr. Ronald Klatz, DO, MD President of the A4M has 28,000 Physician Members, has trained over 150,000 Physicians, health professionals and scientists in the new specialty of Anti ...

Categories: Anti-Aging

Growth Hormone Receptor Gene Mutation Discovered - Anti Aging News

Anti-Aging - Wed, 2017-08-30 10:40

Anti Aging News

Growth Hormone Receptor Gene Mutation Discovered
Anti Aging News
A new study led by Prof. Gil Atzmon head of the Laboratory of Genetics and Epigenetics of Aging and Longevity at the University of Haifa and his team have discovered a genetic mutation on growth hormone receptors that they believe could expand our ...

Categories: Anti-Aging

Kasich hopes pain-pill limits will reduce opioid addiction - News ... - The Columbus Dispatch

Prescription Pills Addiction - Wed, 2017-08-30 10:32

The Columbus Dispatch

Kasich hopes pain-pill limits will reduce opioid addiction - News ...
The Columbus Dispatch
Ohioans and their medical-care providers face stricter limits on pain-pill prescriptions beginning Thursday as the state seeks to choke off abuse leading to opioid ...
New prescription rules in Ohio aim to reduce addiction | WBNS ...10TV

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Giving fruits and vegetables their due - Nation's Restaurant News

Fruits and Vegetables - Wed, 2017-08-30 10:31

Nation's Restaurant News

Giving fruits and vegetables their due
Nation's Restaurant News
“Do I dare to eat a peach?” J. Alfred Prufrock famously asks in T.S. Elliot's poem. When it comes to the new fruit and vegetable dishes that chefs are serving up, there's no resisting. From chains to independents, chefs are giving produce the treatment ...

Why Women Lie About Postpartum Depression | WUNC - WUNC

Postpartum Depression - Wed, 2017-08-30 10:24

WUNC

Why Women Lie About Postpartum Depression | WUNC
WUNC
Up to one in five women suffer from a postpartum mood disorder like depression. But a new study finds that 20 percent of them do not report their symptoms.
Too Many New Mothers Silent on Postpartum Depression --Doctors ...Doctors Lounge

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10 Tips for a Smooth School Year for Students With ADHD ... - Education Week (subscription)

ADHD - Wed, 2017-08-30 10:22

Education Week (subscription)

10 Tips for a Smooth School Year for Students With ADHD ...
Education Week (subscription)
Students diagnosed with ADHD come back to the classroom in varying states of readiness for learning, says Thomas Armstrong. Here's how to help them focus, ...

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Major drug study opens up vast new opportunities in combating heart disease - The Keene Sentinel

Heart Disease - Wed, 2017-08-30 10:19

Major drug study opens up vast new opportunities in combating heart disease
The Keene Sentinel
A landmark drug study has opened up a potent way to lower the risk of heart attacks — beyond the now standard advice of reducing cholesterol {span}— promising new avenues of treatment of Americans' No. 1 killer. The findings, more than two decades ...

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Stoller Fortified Stimulate Yield Enhancer Plus - AgWired


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Stoller Fortified Stimulate Yield Enhancer Plus
AgWired
During a press conference at the show, Stoller Market Development Agronomist Rob Jerek explained that the product contains a proprietary blend of four bio-identical growth-regulating hormones for optimal yield production. “These hormones are naturally ...

Categories: Anti-Aging

Founder of South County hydroponics business gets 1 year for dealing cocaine - The Providence Journal

Cocaine Addiction - Wed, 2017-08-30 10:18

Founder of South County hydroponics business gets 1 year for dealing cocaine
The Providence Journal
The circumstances had led him to confront his cocaine addiction and reestablish his marriage, he said. “I stand here today a much better person,” he said. McConnell said he accepted Valenti's regret as genuine. “This is a classic example of we're all ...

Fat, carbs, fruit, veg: How much should we eat for health? - Medical News Today

Fruits and Vegetables - Wed, 2017-08-30 10:12

Medical News Today

Fat, carbs, fruit, veg: How much should we eat for health?
Medical News Today
PURE data was recently used in two complementary studies, one looking at the effects of macronutrients, especially fats and carbohydrates, on people's health and life expectancy, and the other exploring the global importance of fruit and vegetable intake.
Moderate consumption of fats, carbohydrates best for health, international study showsScience Daily
Association of dietary nutrients with blood lipids and blood pressure in 18 countries: a cross-sectional analysis ...The Lancet

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Trans fat is (almost) out of your food. Here's what's going in - The Macomb Daily


The Macomb Daily

Trans fat is (almost) out of your food. Here's what's going in
The Macomb Daily
Research showing the dangers of trans fat, which raises the risk of heart disease and stroke, solidified with a major study published in 1990 and got stronger with each successive round of research, forcing food makers to start looking for alternatives ...

Trans fat is (almost) out of your food. Here's what's going in - The Daily Tribune

Trans Fatty Acids - Wed, 2017-08-30 10:07

The Daily Tribune

Trans fat is (almost) out of your food. Here's what's going in
The Daily Tribune
Research showing the dangers of trans fat, which raises the risk of heart disease and stroke, solidified with a major study published in 1990 and got stronger with each successive round of research, forcing food makers to start looking for alternatives.

Trans fat is (almost) out of your food. Here's what's going in - The Morning Sun


The Morning Sun

Trans fat is (almost) out of your food. Here's what's going in
The Morning Sun
Research showing the dangers of trans fat, which raises the risk of heart disease and stroke, solidified with a major study published in 1990 and got stronger with each successive round of research, forcing food makers to start looking for alternatives ...

Trans fat is (almost) out of your food. Here's what's going in - The Macomb Daily

Trans Fatty Acids - Wed, 2017-08-30 10:07

The Macomb Daily

Trans fat is (almost) out of your food. Here's what's going in
The Macomb Daily
Research showing the dangers of trans fat, which raises the risk of heart disease and stroke, solidified with a major study published in 1990 and got stronger with each successive round of research, forcing food makers to start looking for alternatives.

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