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Pakistan's apex court bans sale of monosodium glutamate salt - Xinhua

MSG (Monosodium Glutamate) - Sun, 2018-03-04 01:50

The Nation

Pakistan's apex court bans sale of monosodium glutamate salt
Xinhua
ISLAMABAD, March 4 (Xinhua) -- The Supreme Court of Pakistan has ordered a ban on the sale, import and export of monosodium glutamate salt declaring it is hazardous for health, local media reported on Sunday. The monosodium glutamate (MSG) is the ...
Supreme Court bans 'Chinese salt' across country, declares it 'hazardous to health'DAWN.com
Supreme Court bans sale of Ajinomoto salt in PakistanThe Nation
Supreme Court bans sale of Chinese salt AjinomotoDaily Times
ARY NEWS -SAMAA TV News Pakistan -Pakistan Today
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Naivety about gun control - Yakima Herald-Republic

Ritalin - Sun, 2018-03-04 00:08

Naivety about gun control
Yakima Herald-Republic
To the editor — Are we so naive to think that controlling guns is the only answer to violence? Immediately after a shooting, we panic over gun control, but why not control the content of video games that have us target practicing on humans' likenesses ...

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Editorial: Step up efforts to prevent opioid abuse - Lawrence Journal World

Prescription Pills Addiction - Sun, 2018-03-04 00:03

Editorial: Step up efforts to prevent opioid abuse
Lawrence Journal World
It is well documented that the roots of the current opioid crisis began in the 1990s when physicians — encouraged and often incentivized by pharmaceutical companies — increased the use of prescription opioids to manage patient pain. Prescription ...

Editorial: The opioid crisis - Suits filed over a human impact beyond measure - Worcester Telegram

Prescription Pills Addiction - Sat, 2018-03-03 23:37

Editorial: The opioid crisis - Suits filed over a human impact beyond measure
Worcester Telegram
A flood of suits are being filed by individual towns and cities and states across the country against the corporate entities that peddled miracle cures for controlling pain and distributed unimaginable amounts of these painkillers, reaping millions and ...

Avoid mouth infections with proper nutrition - Jamaica Observer

Nutrition - Sat, 2018-03-03 23:06

Jamaica Observer

Avoid mouth infections with proper nutrition
Jamaica Observer
Empty-calorie foods such as candy, sweets and snack foods are a cause for dental concern, not only because they offer no nutritional value, but because the amount and type of sugar that they contain can adhere to teeth. The bacteria in your mouth feed ...
EXTENSION CORNER: Campaign focuses on making informed food choicesGadsden Times
Spring forward with healthy eatingThe Mountaineer
LINDA ROBBINS: Go further with Food for National Nutrition MonthThe Times Telegram
Newsmax -southwesternontario.ca
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Decked out Tigers rally past Rebels - Medicine Hat News

Energy Medicine - Sat, 2018-03-03 23:00

Decked out Tigers rally past Rebels
Medicine Hat News
Decked out in dapper orange plaid for the Western Hockey League Suits Up with Don Cherry promotion, the Medicine Hat Tigers centre potted a pair to lead his team to a resounding 6-1 victory over the Red Deer Rebels while increasing their lead in the ...

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Experts mull marijuana problem - Penn Yan Chronicle-Express (blog)

Marijuana Addiction - Sat, 2018-03-03 22:56

Experts mull marijuana problem
Penn Yan Chronicle-Express (blog)
While opioids have grabbed headlines lately, marijuana is far and away the drug of choice for teens and young adults, the experts said. “Perception is everything,” Fernier said, because marijuana is perceived as low risk and low harm, it's widely used ...

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Michael Reagan: Gun control starts at home - Lima Ohio

Ritalin - Sat, 2018-03-03 21:14

Lima Ohio

Michael Reagan: Gun control starts at home
Lima Ohio
They locked his weapons in a safe, but the shooter easily made a spare key for himself. Apparently, th?e couple? never met a teenager before. Parkdale was a tragedy that could have been averted with ?the ?common sense that all parents should employ. A ...
Gun Control Starts at HomeTownhall

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Why is a virus fatal to one person, but not another? PNNL is on it - Tri-City Herald

Diabetes - Sat, 2018-03-03 20:04

Tri-City Herald

Why is a virus fatal to one person, but not another? PNNL is on it
Tri-City Herald
The newly formed OHSU-PNNL Precision Medicine Innovation Co-laboratory, known as PMedIC, combines OHSU's expertise in clinical medicine with PNNL's strengths in systems biology and data analytics. It will enable faster and more accurate collection and ...

Autism, genetics and epigenetics: why the lived experience matters in research - BioNews

Epigenetics - Sat, 2018-03-03 19:20

Autism, genetics and epigenetics: why the lived experience matters in research
BioNews
Popular scientific publications regularly have articles with headlines suggesting that 'autism is hereditary' or that the 'risk for developing autism' is mostly caused by genetics (see BioNews 920). Consequently, there is the suggestion that ...

'Get Fit for Cancer' Underway Today - TAPinto.net

Nutrition and Cancer - Sat, 2018-03-03 18:49

TAPinto.net

'Get Fit for Cancer' Underway Today
TAPinto.net
RARITAN TOWNSHIP, NJ – While power is out across half of Hunterdon in the wake of yesterday's nor'easter, there was no lack of energy at today's Get Fit for Cancer events. Over the past 13 years, Fit for Cancer has raised more than $374,000 for ...

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Categories: Cancer News

Cancer: The cure within - Mumbai Mirror

Nutrition and Cancer - Sat, 2018-03-03 18:36

Mumbai Mirror

Cancer: The cure within
Mumbai Mirror
While the new-age treatments might offer patients more than a fighting chance against cancer, they don't come cheap. A dose of immunotherapy that Salgia takes costs Rs 2.16 lakh. “I have to take two doses a month — 48 doses in all.” That alone adds up ...

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Antidepressants do work – but children need someone to talk to - The Guardian

Depression - Sat, 2018-03-03 18:04

The Guardian

Antidepressants do work – but children need someone to talk to
The Guardian
Shuffling my feet and wondering how I ended up here, I remember not fully understanding what was happening when I was handed a little green prescription for Fluoxetine – an antidepressant drug often better known as Prozac. Back then, my frame of ...

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20 Important Nutrients to Support Your Vision - Care2.com

Nutrient Deficiency - Sat, 2018-03-03 18:03

Care2.com

20 Important Nutrients to Support Your Vision
Care2.com
We are in the midst of an epidemic of age-related blindness known as macular degeneration (AMD). Globally, it is the leading cause of permanent vision loss. According to the Macular Society, 20 million people will have the disease by the year 2040 ...

Ovarian cancer time bomb looms as 11 women die EVERY day – join our fight to stop silent killer in its tracks - The Sun

Cancer Fighting Foods - Sat, 2018-03-03 18:01

The Sun

Ovarian cancer time bomb looms as 11 women die EVERY day – join our fight to stop silent killer in its tracks
The Sun
When we found out that more than 4,000 women lose their lives to ovarian cancer every year,* we wanted to do something about it – and what better time than the start of Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month? So we've teamed up with the UK's leading ovarian ...

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Letter | Look at the facts when it comes to fluoride - Oberon Review

Fluoridation - Sat, 2018-03-03 17:50

Oberon Review

Letter | Look at the facts when it comes to fluoride
Oberon Review
WHEN it comes to water fluoridation, as with other matters of public health, we should be guided by qualified experts and the established body of scientific research, not a single anecdote about one person's experience. In response to Veronika ...

SC bans food product prohibited already in three provinces - Daily Times

MSG (Monosodium Glutamate) - Sat, 2018-03-03 17:26

Daily Times

SC bans food product prohibited already in three provinces
Daily Times
the Supreme Court of Pakistan still came up with its own directives, banning the sale of the controversial food product across the country on Saturday. The salt was already banned in Punjab, Sindh and Khyber Pukhtunkhwa when the SC announced its ...

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'People come out of their shell to discuss problems' - The Hindu

Mineral Deficiency - Sat, 2018-03-03 16:15

The Hindu

'People come out of their shell to discuss problems'
The Hindu
In Mumbai, 32% people talked about infertility and contraception and 31% consulted healthcare experts about adolescent/behavioral psychology. Kolkata and Ahmedabad had the highest number of queries about infertility and contraception with 36% and 35 ...

Your brain is wired to just say 'yes' to opioids - Business Insider

Prescription Pills Addiction - Sat, 2018-03-03 15:32

Business Insider

Your brain is wired to just say 'yes' to opioids
Business Insider
The mid-1980s was the era of cocaine and marijuana, when "Just Say No" was the centerpiece of the war on drugs and the government's efforts to stem drug use and addiction. Since then, prescription opioids have become the nation's drug scourge. The idea ...

5 ways to build up your gut biome - Texarkana Gazette

Cancer Fighting Foods - Sat, 2018-03-03 15:10

5 ways to build up your gut biome
Texarkana Gazette
Processed foods starve your good gut bacteria, while letting bad ones thrive. No. 2 Eating red and processed meats. Processed and red meats (that includes pork) change the gut biome, trigger inflammation and are associated with everything from heart ...

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