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Do the Nutrients in Previous Meals Affect Glycemic Response? - Medical News Bulletin

Nutrition - Fri, 2017-10-20 14:45

Medical News Bulletin

Do the Nutrients in Previous Meals Affect Glycemic Response?
Medical News Bulletin
... recently published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition tackled this issue. The objective of their study was to assess the effect of the nutrients found in a previous meal to determine their effects on the glycemic response after a ...

How I overcame my opioid addiction - Chicago Tribune

Marijuana Addiction - Fri, 2017-10-20 14:16

Chicago Tribune

How I overcame my opioid addiction
Chicago Tribune
That alternative is medical cannabis, and it has saved my life. Instead of destroying my body with addictive opioids, I use natural cannabis oil on my gums and will occasionally vape for immediate pain relief. As a result, my mind is clear, and my life ...

Yes, you can eat too much fruit — and it could be messing with your diet - INSIDER

Nutrition - Fri, 2017-10-20 14:14

INSIDER

Yes, you can eat too much fruit — and it could be messing with your diet
INSIDER
To start, eating fruit to the exclusion of other foods can lead to potential nutritional deficiencies. As Bellatti noted, fruit is not a good source of iron or zinc, both of which are crucial components of a healthy diet. Excessive fruit intake can ...

These People Think Drinking Turpentine Will Cure Any Disease - Patheos (blog)

Heart Disease - Fri, 2017-10-20 14:10

Patheos (blog)

These People Think Drinking Turpentine Will Cure Any Disease
Patheos (blog)
Pseudoscientific beliefs are common when it comes to alternative medicine, and they often lead to harm, but this is incredible: hundreds of people are drinking turpentine to “cure” just about every disease. There are more than 640 members of Parasites ...

Paleo diet may contribute to iodine deficiency - Business Insider

Nutritional Medicine - Fri, 2017-10-20 14:00

Daily Mail

Paleo diet may contribute to iodine deficiency
Business Insider
Iodine deficiency, one of the most common nutritional disorders worldwide, can contribute to thyroid and metabolic problems. “The Paleo diet eliminates the major sources of dietary iodine in the typical diet today (i.e., iodized salt),” said Dr. Margo ...
Trendy Paleo diet can help you lose weight in the short-term but may cause an iodine deficiency that could lead to ...Daily Mail

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Contractor killed at Suncor Energy mining site north of Fort McMurray - Medicine Hat News

Energy Medicine - Fri, 2017-10-20 13:47

Contractor killed at Suncor Energy mining site north of Fort McMurray
Medicine Hat News
What do you think of the proposed new ridings presented by the Alberta Electoral Boundaries Commission? Like them; Don't like them; Indifferent. View Results. Loading ... Follow Medicine Hat News on Twitter @MedicineHatNews Follow Us.

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Coke rejects charges of deceit in Diet Coke's name - MyAJC

Aspartame - Fri, 2017-10-20 13:42

MyAJC

Coke rejects charges of deceit in Diet Coke's name
MyAJC
The suit argues that the aspartame contained in Diet Coke interferes with a drinker's metabolism. “Because of the product's use of the term 'diet,' and its lack of calories, consumers reasonably believe that drinking Diet Coke will assist in weight ...

Boehringer Ingelheim partners with TARGET PharmaSolutions to Progress NASH Research - Bio-IT World

Diabetes - Fri, 2017-10-20 13:24

Boehringer Ingelheim partners with TARGET PharmaSolutions to Progress NASH Research
Bio-IT World
We have exceeded our enrollment targets to date, and we are providing valuable real-world data and insight on NASH patients that will have a significant impact on the scientific understanding of the natural history and treatment modalities for NASH ...

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Mountain Resort Offers Vampire Facials Après Ski - Hotel Business (press release)


Hotel Business (press release)

Mountain Resort Offers Vampire Facials Après Ski
Hotel Business (press release)
“This is a natural partnership, as travelers now have one place they can go to rejuvenate physically and mentally,” said Dr. Cimikoski, a medical toxicologist who specializes in stem cell joint regeneration, bioidentical hormone replacement therapy ...

Categories: Anti-Aging

A Macro Look at the Microbiome - Nutritional Outlook

Nutritional Medicine - Fri, 2017-10-20 13:06

Nutritional Outlook

A Macro Look at the Microbiome
Nutritional Outlook
“In fact, it is starting to become apparent that many diseases or disorders are characterized by a change in microbiome composition, a so-called dysbiosis or dysbiotic state,” says Andrew Morgan, fellow and nutrition and health chief scientist at ...

County doctor jailed for giving addict cocaine and champagne in hotel room - Gloucestershire Live

Psychiatry - Fri, 2017-10-20 12:52

Gloucestershire Live

County doctor jailed for giving addict cocaine and champagne in hotel room
Gloucestershire Live
After a week-long trial at Bristol Crown Court he was convicted of supplying cocaine, making articles for use in frauds, fraud and possessing Class B drug Ketamine. ... Detective Inspector Simon Brickwood said: "Badat, a former employee with the Avon ...

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No fluoride for Wheatley, Tilbury - Chatham This Week

Fluoridation - Fri, 2017-10-20 12:48

Chatham This Week

No fluoride for Wheatley, Tilbury
Chatham This Week
Chatham-Kent Board of Health members were surprised to learn on Wednesday that not all households in the municipality that receive treated water from the Public Utilities Commission are receiving fluoridated water. Wheatley and Tilbury do not, and ...

Nearly 4 in 10 US Adults Now Obese - Anti Aging News

Anti-Aging - Fri, 2017-10-20 12:29

Anti Aging News

Nearly 4 in 10 US Adults Now Obese
Anti Aging News
“Obesity is now a national epidemic. Unfortunately, food pleasure is one of our strongest desires. WWW.WorldHealth.net just published an article titled “More people would rather have a donut than sex,” pointed out Dr. Klatz. “If you are struggling with ...

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Categories: Anti-Aging

Children with ADHD More Likely to Have Increased Sensory Challenges - ADDitude

ADHD - Fri, 2017-10-20 12:18

ADDitude

Children with ADHD More Likely to Have Increased Sensory Challenges
ADDitude
The study, published this month in The Journal of Neurophysiology, examined 129 children between the ages of eight and 12, approximately half of whom had been diagnosed with ADHD. The children all underwent tactile functioning tests where weak levels ...

Categories: ADHD News

DPH Launches Middle School Pilot Program to Prevent Addiction and Violence - news.delaware.gov

Prescription Pills Addiction - Fri, 2017-10-20 12:17

DPH Launches Middle School Pilot Program to Prevent Addiction and Violence
news.delaware.gov
“Capital School District is committed to meeting the needs of the whole child. Health education and skill-building so our students can say 'no' to heroin, prescription painkillers, and other addictive drugs is critical to this mission,” said Michael ...

Can adults develop ADHD? New research says probably not - Medical Xpress

ADHD - Fri, 2017-10-20 12:13

Medical Xpress

Can adults develop ADHD? New research says probably not
Medical Xpress
"The notion of a widespread adult-onset ADHD epidemic falls apart when you have access to detailed patient clinical records and history," said Sibley, an associate professor of psychiatry & behavioral health at FIU's Center for Children and Families ...
Can adults develop ADHD? Research says probably not - FIU NewsFIU News
Health Highlights: Oct. 20, 2017 | Health Care | US NewsU.S. News & World Report

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Made in Milwaukee: Usinger's - OnMilwaukee.com

MSG (Monosodium Glutamate) - Fri, 2017-10-20 12:03

OnMilwaukee.com

Made in Milwaukee: Usinger's
OnMilwaukee.com
Numerous ingredients – from hydrolyzed milk powder, to spice extracts, various binders, fillers and monosodium glutamate – have become standards in the meat industry for adding background flavors, textures and the like. "MSG fills a gap for many ...

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Lifestyle Changes, Not a Magic Pill, Can Reverse Alzheimer's - Futurism

Diabetes - Fri, 2017-10-20 11:43

Futurism

Lifestyle Changes, Not a Magic Pill, Can Reverse Alzheimer's
Futurism
The study is notable not only for its remarkable outcomes, but also for the alternative paradigm it represents in the treatment of a complex, chronic disease. We've spent ... Diabetes and other chronic diseases are expected to follow a similar ...

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