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We must monitor, mitigate every path to addiction - Albuquerque Journal

Prescription Pills Addiction - Sun, 2018-10-21 00:02

We must monitor, mitigate every path to addiction
Albuquerque Journal
We held on to unused painkillers and were unaware of the risk posed by even legally prescribed opioids. It can be paralyzing to think how these two little mistakes changed our lives, but the bright hopes we had for his future have given us the strength ...

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Hoosiers lack access to energy efficiency help - Fort Wayne Journal Gazette

Energy Medicine - Sat, 2018-10-20 23:02

Fort Wayne Journal Gazette

Hoosiers lack access to energy efficiency help
Fort Wayne Journal Gazette
And about 1 in 5 households had to reduce or forgo food, medicine and other necessities to pay an energy bill, according to the report. “Of the 25 million households that reported forgoing food and medicine to pay energy bills, 7 million faced that ...

Best supplements to avoid cold and flu: Four high street remedies to take this winter - Express.co.uk

Nutritional Medicine - Sat, 2018-10-20 23:01

Express.co.uk

Best supplements to avoid cold and flu: Four high street remedies to take this winter
Express.co.uk
Dr Steven Lamm, a physician and nutritional medicine expert, said: “The common cold hits hard around this time of year, disrupting work hours, holiday plans and vacations. Those who seek over-the-counter remedies often trade some relief for side ...

Best supplements to avoid cold and flu: Four high street remedies to take this winter - Express.co.uk

Athritis - Sat, 2018-10-20 23:01

Express.co.uk

Best supplements to avoid cold and flu: Four high street remedies to take this winter
Express.co.uk
Supplements are growing more and more popular, with research claiming they can fix a number of ailments, from arthritis to bloating. Something else health experts believe supplements can help is the body's immunity to winter illnesses. With Christmas ...

Lottery fever puts spotlight on problem gambling - WKOW

Gambling Addiction - Sat, 2018-10-20 22:16

WKOW

Lottery fever puts spotlight on problem gambling
WKOW
According to the National Council on Problem Gambling, about six million Americans suffer from a gambling addiction. That's far better odds than the one in more than 302 million chances of actually winning the lottery. For those people, Executive ...

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People's Pharmacy: Coconut macaroon cookies beat back diarrhea, readers say - Greensboro News & Record

Athritis - Sat, 2018-10-20 22:03

Greensboro News & Record

People's Pharmacy: Coconut macaroon cookies beat back diarrhea, readers say
Greensboro News & Record
You can learn more about these and many other natural remedies in our book, “Graedons' Guide to Alternatives for Arthritis.” It may be purchased for $12.95 plus $3 shipping and handling from The People's Pharmacy, Dept. AFA, P.O. Box 52027, Durham, NC ...

High diet quality associated with lower risk of death in colorectal cancer patients - News-Medical.net

Nutrition and Cancer - Sat, 2018-10-20 21:57

News-Medical.net

High diet quality associated with lower risk of death in colorectal cancer patients
News-Medical.net
They found those whose pre- and postdiagnosis diets were consistent with the American Cancer Society Guidelines on Nutrition and Physical Activity for Cancer Prevention had lower all-cause and CRC specific mortality. Pre-diagnosis diets that most ...

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Global sodium metabisulfite Market Report 2018:Research Analysis of Development Trend and Impressive Business ... - Fair Reporter

MSG (Monosodium Glutamate) - Sat, 2018-10-20 20:57

Global sodium metabisulfite Market Report 2018:Research Analysis of Development Trend and Impressive Business ...
Fair Reporter
The Monosodium glutamate (MSG) Market Report features key market elements of segment. Different definitions and order of the business, uses of the business and chain structure are given. The current market scenario and future prospects of the sector ...

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Firefighters go green for cancer awareness - WAND

Carcinogens - Sat, 2018-10-20 20:56

WAND

Firefighters go green for cancer awareness
WAND
"The Firefighters all around this State and Nation are suffering a much higher risk in cancer, due to the high levels of cancer-causing carcinogens in smoke from fires. We are hoping that all media outlets around this state will help us get the word ...

Categories: Cancer News

Four takeaways: 'Vintage' Corey Crawford steals two points for Blackhawks - NBCSports.com

Vaccines and Vaccination - Sat, 2018-10-20 20:43

NBCSports.com

Four takeaways: 'Vintage' Corey Crawford steals two points for Blackhawks
NBCSports.com
They were being outshot 28-15 through two periods, committed four penalties and gave up 18 high-danger chances in the game. But Crawford bailed out ... He finished with 37 saves on 38 shots for a save percentage of .974, picking up his first win since ...

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Opioid crisis event encourages educating, talking with youths - Albuquerque Journal

Prescription Pills Addiction - Sat, 2018-10-20 20:43

Albuquerque Journal

Opioid crisis event encourages educating, talking with youths
Albuquerque Journal
“Our goal is to reach that audience before the problem starts and addiction can take hold.” Langenberg cited the “good news” data released earlier this month, indicating that the state's prescription opioid overdose death rate decreased by 4 percent ...

Aspartame Market Analysis, Revenue Percent, Price, Market Share, Growth Rate Structure, Forecast by 2025 - Port Herald News Now

Aspartame - Sat, 2018-10-20 19:59

Aspartame Market Analysis, Revenue Percent, Price, Market Share, Growth Rate Structure, Forecast by 2025
Port Herald News Now
The D-calcium pantothenate Market Report features key market elements of segment. Different definitions and order of the business, uses of the business and chain structure are given. The current market scenario and future prospects of the sector which ...

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New drug could sustain oxygen-starved hearts - Science Daily

Heart Disease - Sat, 2018-10-20 19:09

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New drug could sustain oxygen-starved hearts
Science Daily
"Any tissue with compromised blood flow, whether due to trauma, stroke, or heart disease, could potentially be targeted by a treatment like this," said Emin Maltepe, MD, PhD, associate professor of pediatrics at UCSF and co-senior author of the paper ...
This drug could sustain oxygen-starved heartsBusiness Standard
Discovered: Drug that can sustain oxygen-starved heartsummid.com
This novel drug could sustain oxygen-starved heartsNewsline

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How schools can optimize support for children with ADHD - Science Daily

ADHD - Sat, 2018-10-20 18:38

How schools can optimize support for children with ADHD
Science Daily
Around five per cent of children have ADHD, meaning most classrooms will include at least one child with the condition. They struggle to sit still, focus their attention and to control impulses much more than ordinary children of the same age. Schools ...

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Opinion: Prescribed an Opioid? Ask Your Doctor These Questions - Times of San Diego

Prescription Pills Addiction - Sat, 2018-10-20 15:50

Times of San Diego

Opinion: Prescribed an Opioid? Ask Your Doctor These Questions
Times of San Diego
To avoid dangerous interactions, talk to your pharmacist or doctor about all medications you take. Never mix alcohol with an opioid pain reliever. What are my risks for addiction? Anyone can become addicted to opioid medications, and the risks increase ...
Your Turn: Doctor's orders! Get rid of your old meds to help protect you and your familyNapa Valley Register

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Anthony Duclair regrets not making most of opportunity with Blackhawks - NBCSports.com

Vaccines and Vaccination - Sat, 2018-10-20 15:39

NBCSports.com

Anthony Duclair regrets not making most of opportunity with Blackhawks
NBCSports.com
As soon as I didn't hear anything from my agent I sort of got the message. But it was time to move on." Duclair made no excuses for what went wrong in Chicago and accepted responsibility for not taking advantage of his opportunity, even though a leg ...

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Will villains clone themselves to take over the world? - The New Times

Heart Disease - Sat, 2018-10-20 15:37

The New Times

Will villains clone themselves to take over the world?
The New Times
Just as office workers replicate documents by using copy machines, scientists like us who study plant disease use the biological equivalent of a copier to clone genes, cells, and tissues, as well as entire organisms. The most ... Genes code for traits ...

Bioelectronic medicine treatment effective for lupus, pilot clinical trial shows - PR Newswire (press release)

Athritis - Sat, 2018-10-20 15:35

Bioelectronic medicine treatment effective for lupus, pilot clinical trial shows
PR Newswire (press release)
This study builds on previous Feinstein Institute research in modulating neural pathways with bioelectronic medicine therapies, which have been shown to successfully treat rheumatoid arthritis and hold promise in other diseases and conditions ...

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Kyle Lafferty Snapchat scandal – Rangers and ex-Burnley star battled gambling addiction before sending penis pics to ... - The Scottish Sun

Gambling Addiction - Sat, 2018-10-20 15:00

The Scottish Sun

Kyle Lafferty Snapchat scandal – Rangers and ex-Burnley star battled gambling addiction before sending penis pics to ...
The Scottish Sun
NORTHERN Irishman Kyle Lafferty rejoined Rangers this season after a successful spell with Craig Levein's Hearts side. The striker, 31, signed for Steven Gerrard's men six years after choosing to leave the Gers when the club went into liquidation.
Married footie ace caught sending X-rated Snapchat pictures to woman just weeks after becoming a dadThe Sun

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Youngstown volunteers help community acquire fruits and vegetables - WYTV

Fruits and Vegetables - Sat, 2018-10-20 14:54

WYTV

Youngstown volunteers help community acquire fruits and vegetables
WYTV
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WYTV) - Hundreds of people came together in Youngstown on Saturday for food giveaways across the city. Schools and churches around the city held giveaways to the community, offering attendees blueberries and split peas.

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