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on Thu Jul 23 5:49 PM

NSAIDS may increase kidney risks with high blood pressure | Reuters

REUTERS

(Reuters Health) - People with high blood pressure who regularly take common painkillers known as non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) may increase their risk of developing chronic kidney disease, a study from Taiwan suggests.
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on Thu Jul 23 5:06 PM

The Health Benefits of Bananas | Alan Christianson

HUFFINGTON POST

Last week, a reader asked why I included bananas in my list of good carbs for the Adrenal Reset Diet. Her confusion is understandable, since some experts claim bananas are fattening or unhealthy. Recently, I read one such claim: "I tell my...
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on Thu Jul 23 5:06 PM

The Health Benefits of Bananas | Alan Christianson

HUFFINGTON POST

Last week, a reader asked why I included bananas in my list of good carbs for the Adrenal Reset Diet. Her confusion is understandable, since some experts claim bananas are fattening or unhealthy. Recently, I read one such claim: "I tell my...
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on Wed Jul 22 8:00 PM

Almost Half of Women With Migraines Are Undiagnosed

LIFESCRIPT

By Heidi Dvorak, Special to LifescriptAre migraine headaches interfering with your home responsibilities, relationships and work? Don’t let them take over your life. In this exclusive Lifescript interview, an expert sheds light on migraine...
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on Wed Jul 22 2:47 PM

First assessment for grieving youth developed -- ScienceDaily

SCIENCE DAILY

The first test ever constructed to assess Persistent Complex Bereavement Disorder—a problematic syndrome of grief—has been released by researchers. Persistent Complex Bereavement Disorder (PCBD) has been included as a proposed diagnosis for...
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on Wed Jul 22 2:46 PM

Scientists found mice on high soybean oil diet showed increased levels of weight gain, diabetes compared to mice on a...

SCIENCE DAILY

A diet high in soybean oil causes more obesity and diabetes than a diet high in fructose, a sugar commonly found in soda and processed foods, according to a new study. In the U.S. the consumption of soybean oil has increased greatly in the last...
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on Tue Jul 14 9:36 AM

Life scientists develop new way to assess healthy beverage intake -- ScienceDaily

SCIENCE DAILY

Researchers found the biggest differences between low and high scores came from individuals not consuming enough water, consuming too many calories from beverages, and not consuming enough fluid overall.
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on Fri Jul 10 12:45 PM

A deal is a deal « Sustained Outrage

SUSTAINED OUTRAGE

When the C8 Science Panel issued its last set of “probable link” findings nearly three years ago, the next step for Mid-Ohio Valley residents was supposed to be relatively simple: If they felt they had illnesses the panel had linked to...
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on Thu Jul 2 11:20 AM

Review indicates where cardio benefits of exercise may lie -- ScienceDaily

SCIENCE DAILY

A systematic review of 160 clinical trials of the cardiometabolic benefits of exercise shows which health indicators improve most with physical activity and for whom. For example, some of the benefits are greater for men, people under 50 and among...
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on Thu Jun 4 4:26 PM

Moderate exercise helps prevent gestational diabetes, reduce weight gain during pregnancy -- ScienceDaily

SCIENCE DAILY

Women who exercise during pregnancy are less likely to have gestational diabetes, and the exercise also helps to reduce maternal weight gain, finds a study. Gestational diabetes is one of the most frequent complications of pregnancy. It is...
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