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Boost your nutrition to ward off winter cold and flus - Warwick Daily News

Nutrition - Sun, 2018-06-03 13:07

Warwick Daily News

Boost your nutrition to ward off winter cold and flus
Warwick Daily News
THE cold and flu season has begun and the importance of good nutrition when it comes to your immune system can't be underestimated. No one food will magically fend off the flu, but certain nutrients take the lead in helping protect your body from ...

Trial shows how PET scans help tailor therapy for esophageal cancer - Medical Xpress

Alternative Cancer Treatment - Sun, 2018-06-03 12:50

Medical Xpress

Trial shows how PET scans help tailor therapy for esophageal cancer
Medical Xpress
We wanted to see if PET scan could help us personalize the best pre-operative treatment," says Karyn Goodman, MD, MS, Grohne Chair of Clinical Oncology at University of Colorado Cancer Center, and the national study chair of the CALGB 80303 Trial ...

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Overnight thousands of women will be spared a difficult decision - The Independent

Heart Disease - Sun, 2018-06-03 12:46

The Independent

Overnight thousands of women will be spared a difficult decision
The Independent
On Sunday, the world's leading cancer specialists hailed the results of a huge clinical trial that will remove the uncertainty from one of the most difficult choices many women face. A genetic test, OncotypeDX, has been helping doctors identify women ...
Breast cancer breakthrough means 5000 women a year will be spared agony of chemotherapyMirror.co.uk

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UT Students bike 4000 miles to fight cancer - KCENTV.com

Cancer Fighting Foods - Sun, 2018-06-03 11:52

KCENTV.com

UT Students bike 4000 miles to fight cancer
KCENTV.com
"We definitely place an emphasis on Life style choices, healthy eating, an emphasis on not smoking and no tobacco use as well as other options for people going though cancer." The teams will also raise money for local cancer patients and will help ...

Categories: Cancer News

5 facts about the methamphetamine crisis - Yellowhammer News

Meth Addiction - Sun, 2018-06-03 11:38

Yellowhammer News

5 facts about the methamphetamine crisis
Yellowhammer News
A study published in 2014 in the journal Addiction found that violent behavior increased after subjects used meth. The drug's users also face a higher risk of death than people who use other drugs, including cannabis, cocaine and alcohol. 4. Nearly 30 ...

Global Aspartame Free Proteins Market 2018 Size, Analysis, Manufacturers, Countries,Type Forecast to 2023 - Expert Consulting

Aspartame - Sun, 2018-06-03 11:19

Global Aspartame Free Proteins Market 2018 Size, Analysis, Manufacturers, Countries,Type Forecast to 2023
Expert Consulting
This report expects to examine the developments of a global Aspartame Free Proteins market including its development position, Industry chain etc.The report on the Global Aspartame Free Proteins market offers elaborated knowledge on the market parts ...

Gene test identifies women with early breast cancer who can be spared adjuvant chemotherapy - Healio

Alternative Cancer Treatment - Sun, 2018-06-03 10:29

Healio

Gene test identifies women with early breast cancer who can be spared adjuvant chemotherapy
Healio
CHICAGO — The addition of adjuvant chemotherapy to endocrine therapy did not appear to benefit women with hormone receptor-positive, HER-2-negative, axillary node-negative breast cancer with a mid-range recurrence score on a 21-tumor gene expression ...
Breast cancer breakthrough means 5000 women a year will be spared agony of chemotherapyMirror.co.uk

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Unhealthy lifestyles cause heart-attack – Cardiologist - Vanguard

Heart Disease - Sun, 2018-06-03 10:05

Vanguard

Unhealthy lifestyles cause heart-attack – Cardiologist
Vanguard
... tightening which might extend to the shoulder, neck and the hand. According to him it could result in vomiting, breathing difficulty, cough, dizziness and fainting. He stressed the need for people to engage in regular exercise, consumption of ...

The Latest in Anti-Aging Treatments - Milwaukee Magazine

Anti-Aging - Sun, 2018-06-03 09:26

Milwaukee Magazine

The Latest in Anti-Aging Treatments
Milwaukee Magazine
To get the full effect – which can last up to two years – we usually recommend a package of four treatments,” says Chris Zajdel, medical aesthetician and co-owner of Skiin anti-aging lounge in Waukesha. Another exploding trend is the use of lasers to ...

Categories: Anti-Aging

Diabetes type 2: Sufferers can eat 9p sweet treat during summer and still manage condition - Express.co.uk

Diabetes - Sun, 2018-06-03 09:16

Express.co.uk

Diabetes type 2: Sufferers can eat 9p sweet treat during summer and still manage condition
Express.co.uk
“You might think that the sugar content of fruit means you can't eat it,” writes the UK-based charity on its website. “But, the sugar in fruit is natural, and it is not this type of sugar we need to cut down on.” Diabetes UK considers strawberries as ...

Global Water Fluoridation Chemical Market 2018 Segment Analysis, Type, Application, Major Manufactures, Industry ... - Expert Consulting

Fluoridation - Sun, 2018-06-03 08:22

Global Water Fluoridation Chemical Market 2018 Segment Analysis, Type, Application, Major Manufactures, Industry ...
Expert Consulting
This report expects to examine the developments of a global Water Fluoridation Chemical market including its development position, Industry chain etc.The report on the Global Water Fluoridation Chemical market offers elaborated knowledge on the market ...

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Regional doctors punished over opioid prescriptions - The Sydney Morning Herald

Prescription Pills Addiction - Sun, 2018-06-03 08:01

The Sydney Morning Herald

Regional doctors punished over opioid prescriptions
The Sydney Morning Herald
It was one of several incidents in which Dr Rajen Ragavan excessively prescribed addictive Schedule 8 painkillers to patients displaying signs of addiction. In another example, the Taree doctor prescribed fentanyl to a patient who said that he'd been ...

Integrative medicine: Uncover your innate healing response - Appleton Post Crescent

Heart Disease - Sun, 2018-06-03 07:25

Appleton Post Crescent

Integrative medicine: Uncover your innate healing response
Appleton Post Crescent
Many of us take over-the-counter cold remedies to quash our sniffles and cough so we can get on with our day. We try to hide the symptoms, survive the side effects and hope for the best while cold germs linger in our bodies. Now imagine looking at ...

Diet drinks may seem like a good idea, but their effects may surprise you - Washington Post

Aspartame - Sun, 2018-06-03 06:06

Washington Post

Diet drinks may seem like a good idea, but their effects may surprise you
Washington Post
Artificial sweeteners are everywhere, but the jury is still out on whether these chemicals are harmless. Also called nonnutritive sweeteners, these can be synthetic, such as saccharin and aspartame, or naturally derived, such as stevia. To date, the ...

You can now buy local organic produce from your smartphone. Here's how - Alexandria Town Talk

Organic Food - Sun, 2018-06-03 06:00

Alexandria Town Talk

You can now buy local organic produce from your smartphone. Here's how
Alexandria Town Talk
A popular food delivery app will now bring produce from an organic farm straight to your doorstep. Inglewood Farm in Alexandria is the latest business using the app Waitr as a platform to serve customers more conveniently. "It's a really big ...

She destigmatizes bipolar disorder with her graphic nonfiction - The Daily Herald

Bipolar - Sun, 2018-06-03 04:23

The Daily Herald

She destigmatizes bipolar disorder with her graphic nonfiction
The Daily Herald
For me it's my bipolar disorder. But everybody gets thrown off track for different reasons. We all have to deal at some point with grief and loss and excitement and loss and gain, things exciting and things upsetting. None of us have a perfectly stable ...

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Library invites graphic artist with bipolar disorder to speak - The Daily Herald

Bipolar - Sun, 2018-06-03 04:23

The Daily Herald

Library invites graphic artist with bipolar disorder to speak
The Daily Herald
Musicians, artists and scientists are just a few examples of the variety of people the Everett Public Library invites to participate in its ongoing series of free public events. Yet the decision to invite Ellen Forney, a Seattle artist whose work ...

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The Doctor Game: Green funerals can help green our planet - Times Colonist

Carcinogens - Sun, 2018-06-03 03:50

Times Colonist

The Doctor Game: Green funerals can help green our planet
Times Colonist
How would you react if you saw people dumping 800,000 gallons of formaldehyde, a carcinogenic substance, into the earth every year? Then witness them cutting down four million acres of forests annually? I suspect the environmentalists who fight ...

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