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State of Addiction: Root of opioid addiction could be keeping old prescription drugs - KOCO Oklahoma City

Prescription Pills Addiction - Wed, 2017-04-26 18:18

KOCO Oklahoma City

State of Addiction: Root of opioid addiction could be keeping old prescription drugs
KOCO Oklahoma City
While she now focuses on helping newborns of addicted mothers, she knows the root of the problem is getting rid of the extra pain pills that can often start opioid addiction. "Suffering and pain impairs wound healing," McCaffree said. In the past ...

Magic: The Gathering addiction 'worse than meth' - New Zealand Herald

Meth Addiction - Wed, 2017-04-26 17:47

New Zealand Herald

Magic: The Gathering addiction 'worse than meth'
New Zealand Herald
Fans under the spell of a fantasy card game are flinging thousands of dollars at the hobby for a winning edge. Electrician apprentice Ash Harrison, 19, started playing at Auckland's Armageddon Expo three years ago and since then has spent about $3000 ...

Kids, trees and ADHD - MercatorNet (blog)

ADHD - Wed, 2017-04-26 17:22

Daily News & Analysis

Kids, trees and ADHD
MercatorNet (blog)
Why have child psychologists witnessed a global epidemic of Attention-Deficit/ Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) in recent decades? A recent Korean study implicates changes in family life in this troubling psychological plague—particularly changes that ...
Paying heed to the needs of ADHD childrenDaily News & Analysis

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Nutrition secrets for anti-ageing - Galway Advertiser

Nutritional Medicine - Wed, 2017-04-26 17:08

Nutrition secrets for anti-ageing
Galway Advertiser
The College of Naturopathic Medicine is hosting a health talk on the important role nutrition plays on how we age. CNM graduate and founder of GLOW, Maya Flynn, will be discussing simple and practical strategies to reduce wrinkles and cellulite ...

Nevada Senate Votes to Add Opioid Addiction as Qualifying Medical Marijuana Condition - TheJointBlog (blog)

Marijuana Addiction - Wed, 2017-04-26 16:27

TheJointBlog (blog)

Nevada Senate Votes to Add Opioid Addiction as Qualifying Medical Marijuana Condition
TheJointBlog (blog)
A bill to allow those with opioid addiction to legally possess and use medical marijuana – along with some other changes – has been passed by Nevada's full Senate. Nevada Senate Bill 374 was given approval yesterday by the state's Senate with a 12 to 9 ...
Nevada senators vote to OK smoking pot in businesses, among ...Reno Gazette Journal
No Child's Play For Cannabis ContainersSF Weekly

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FDA: 2 Naperville companies touting unproven cancer treatments - Chicago Sun-Times

Diabetes - Wed, 2017-04-26 16:25

Chicago Sun-Times

FDA: 2 Naperville companies touting unproven cancer treatments
Chicago Sun-Times
One of those products — Liposomal Vitamin C, touted by Oxygen Health as being “helpful for: colds, flu, cancer . . . and diabetes” — has led to adverse-event reports, according to an FDA online database. ... Among the other products Oxygen Health ...

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FDA: 2 Naperville companies touting unproven cancer treatments ... - Chicago Sun-Times

Alternative Cancer Treatment - Wed, 2017-04-26 16:25

Chicago Sun-Times

FDA: 2 Naperville companies touting unproven cancer treatments ...
Chicago Sun-Times
The FDA is urging consumers to avoid 65 bogus cancer-fighting products, warning 14 companies, including 2 in Naperville, to drop false health claims.
2 Naperville companies warned by FDA for selling products with ...Chicago Tribune

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Categories: Cancer News

Marijuana Addiction Is on the Rise - Inverse

Marijuana Addiction - Wed, 2017-04-26 16:12

Inverse

Marijuana Addiction Is on the Rise
Inverse
A study published by the JAMA Network found that states where marijuana is less regulated or legal saw a spike in instances of cannabis use disorder. Seems obvious, right? The more weed you legalize, the more weed abuse is likely to occur — at least ...
Marijuana laws increase rates of illicit use and disordersPulse Headlines
Medical marijuana laws linked to greater increase in illicit use, disordersMedical News Today

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Burke Lennihan gives lecture and workshop on natural remedies - Litchfield County Times

Diabetes - Wed, 2017-04-26 15:47

Burke Lennihan gives lecture and workshop on natural remedies
Litchfield County Times
“My clients come to me for advice from everything from stomach aches and frazzled nerves to memory loss and diabetes,” said Lennihan. “I provide them with safe, practical remedies and tools that will empower them for healthy living. I like to empower ...

Certain types of fruits, flowers, and vegetables thrive during the spring - WTVY, Dothan

Fruits and Vegetables - Wed, 2017-04-26 15:36

WTVY, Dothan

Certain types of fruits, flowers, and vegetables thrive during the spring
WTVY, Dothan
Spring brings with it some of the most beautiful colors of the year in the form of flowers and vegetables. For you beginner gardeners there are certain types of fruits, flowers, and vegetables that do best during this time of year. John David Boone ...

Mike's Musings – Mars settlements, anti-aging expected in 20 years - The Lafayette Sun

Anti-Aging - Wed, 2017-04-26 15:35

The Lafayette Sun

Mike's Musings – Mars settlements, anti-aging expected in 20 years
The Lafayette Sun
I wrote a piece a couple of years ago about advances being made in medical technologies that would greatly increase life expectancy for your children and mine. For instance my son, who is now fifteen could reasonably be expected to live beyond the ...

Categories: Anti-Aging

Christie: Drug addiction should be treated like AIDS - Asbury Park Press

Prescription Pills Addiction - Wed, 2017-04-26 15:31

Asbury Park Press

Christie: Drug addiction should be treated like AIDS
Asbury Park Press
In an appearance at Toms River Police Department headquarters, Christie made a renewed pitch for prescription drug dropoff sites — places to dispose of unused medications safely. It was hardly a new endeavor. In the fall of 2009, law enforcement ...
National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day is SaturdayMyCentralJersey.com
Christie has become a major figure in fighting drug addictionNew York Daily News
Governor Christie says tossing prescriptions properly helps fight drug abuseNewsworks.org

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CANCER, MY SPIRITUAL JOURNEY pt.3 - Shoshone News Press

Cancer Fighting Foods - Wed, 2017-04-26 15:23

Shoshone News Press

CANCER, MY SPIRITUAL JOURNEY pt.3
Shoshone News Press
I think the biggest mistake that people make when fighting cancer is with food. If you got cancer eating the wrong foods—stop. There is a school of thought that says your body is allergic to certain foods. You need to eat the right foods for your ...

Categories: Cancer News

Ask the Drs.: Large dose of B12 give burst of energy - The Salinas Californian

Energy Medicine - Wed, 2017-04-26 15:22

The Salinas Californian

Ask the Drs.: Large dose of B12 give burst of energy
The Salinas Californian
Water soluble vitamins, like B12, can be tolerated at higher doses without adverse effects upon the body, and the National Academy of Medicine has not established an upper limit of vitamin B12 intake. The dose of 2,000 micrograms of B12 is more than ...

Global Bipolar Disorder Therapeutic Market - Projections, Drivers ... - Yahoo Finance

Bipolar - Wed, 2017-04-26 15:10

Yahoo Finance

Global Bipolar Disorder Therapeutic Market - Projections, Drivers ...
Yahoo Finance
According to the latest market study released by Technavio, the global bipolar disorder therapeutic market is projected to grow to USD 6166.89 million by 2021, ...

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Do You Really Need to Eat Omega-3s? | SELF - SELF

Omega 3 - Wed, 2017-04-26 15:06

SELF

Do You Really Need to Eat Omega-3s? | SELF
SELF
In a new Frontline documentary, one man ate fish for a year to try to see if it'd change his health—it didn't. Experts explain why the research on omega-3 fatty ...

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This Experimental Prostate Cancer Treatment Is Shrinking Tumors - Men's Health

Nutrition and Cancer - Wed, 2017-04-26 15:04

Men's Health

This Experimental Prostate Cancer Treatment Is Shrinking Tumors
Men's Health
In a study in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, men who ate more than two servings of tomato sauce a week had a lower risk of prostate cancer than guys who ate less than a serving per month. Certain compounds in cooked tomatoes may shield DNA ...

Categories: Cancer News

ADHD Nation with Journalist and Author Alan Schwarz - Fairfield Sun

ADHD - Wed, 2017-04-26 15:02

Fairfield Sun

ADHD Nation with Journalist and Author Alan Schwarz
Fairfield Sun
Alan Schwarz presents his book ADHD Nation, a groundbreaking account of the widespread misdiagnosis of ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder) on Thursday, May 4, at 7 p.m., in the Rotary Room at the Fairfield Public Library, 1080 Old Post Road.

Categories: ADHD News

“Healthy” Definition Should Steer Consumers to Fruits & Vegetables: CSPI - CSPI Newsroom

Fruits and Vegetables - Wed, 2017-04-26 14:39

CSPI Newsroom

“Healthy” Definition Should Steer Consumers to Fruits & Vegetables: CSPI
CSPI Newsroom
The Food and Drug Administration's official definition of “healthy” should steer consumers toward fruits, vegetables, and other under-consumed healthy foods—and away from their unhealthy competitors in the processed food aisles, according to comments ...

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