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Nutrition expert weighs in on superfoods - WEAR

Nutrition - Wed, 2017-08-16 18:41

WEAR

Nutrition expert weighs in on superfoods
WEAR
We haven't stripped away the nutrients that are inherent to the food," Christie said. Christie suggested ways to work more superfoods into your daily diet. Sue Tarkin from Niceville said it becomes second nature if you're consistent in the beginning ...

Texas woman battling cancer dies after eating tainted oyster - Chron.com

Cancer Fighting Foods - Wed, 2017-08-16 18:33

Chron.com

Texas woman battling cancer dies after eating tainted oyster
Chron.com
Jane White Cunningham, a 56-year-old woman from Texas, died after eating raw contaminated oysters while on vacation with her husband. According to CBS the shellfish was tainted with Vibrio, a bacteria typically found in saltwater and is associated with ...
Texas woman battling cancer dies after eating contaminated OYSTERS while on vacation with husband celebrating her ...Daily Mail

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Categories: Cancer News

Feeding low-quality forages to beef cattle - Capital Press

Nutrition - Wed, 2017-08-16 18:22

Capital Press

Feeding low-quality forages to beef cattle
Capital Press
The important part about feeding crop residues, crop aftermath and off-quality hay and other lower quality forages is to know the nutritional value of the feed being used. Then, ensure that any nutritional shortages in that feed are addressed so that ...

Plant manager wants Muscatine to convert food waste into fuel - Muscatine Journal

Organic Food - Wed, 2017-08-16 18:05

Muscatine Journal

Plant manager wants Muscatine to convert food waste into fuel
Muscatine Journal
Koch would like to visit schools, which also produce tons of food waste a day, and teach children about the program. He said it could be as easy as adding a third bin in the lunch room: one for garbage, one for recycling and one for organic food waste.

Children who skip breakfast may not be getting recommended ... - Medical Xpress

Nutritional Medicine - Wed, 2017-08-16 17:51

Children who skip breakfast may not be getting recommended ...
Medical Xpress
A study by researchers at King's College London has found that children who skip breakfast regularly may not be consuming the daily amounts of key nutrients ...

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Children who skip breakfast may not be getting recommended ... - Medical Xpress

Nutrition - Wed, 2017-08-16 17:51

Children who skip breakfast may not be getting recommended ...
Medical Xpress
A study by researchers at King's College London has found that children who skip breakfast regularly may not be consuming the daily amounts of key nutrients ...

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Antidepressant use rises in under-13s - BBC News - BBC News

Depression - Wed, 2017-08-16 17:24

BBC News

Antidepressant use rises in under-13s - BBC News
BBC News
Four times as many children under 13 were prescribed antidepressants last year as just seven years ago, figures obtained by BBC Scotland show. Last year 252 ...

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Categories: Depression News

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Diabetes - Wed, 2017-08-16 17:14

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What are 'umami' and 'linamnam'? - Inquirer.net

MSG (Monosodium Glutamate) - Wed, 2017-08-16 17:10

What are 'umami' and 'linamnam'?
Inquirer.net
In his book, he wrote that umami is the tastiness factor in food, specifically identified with certain amino acids including Monosodium Glutamate (MSG). It is said to be the fifth taste, present in many food. On the other hand, noted artist and chef ...

Why Alternative Medicines Should Not Be The Main Treatment For Cancer - Medical Daily

Alternative Cancer Treatment - Wed, 2017-08-16 17:09

Medical Daily

Why Alternative Medicines Should Not Be The Main Treatment For Cancer
Medical Daily
While medical professionals don't recommend using alternative medicine as the primary treatment, some will give the OK when used to counteract the unpleasant symptoms accompanying cancer. People dealing with anxiety, fatigue, nausea, pain, sleep ...

Categories: Cancer News

Q&A: How to prevent and treat fragility fractures - St. George Daily Spectrum

Osteoporosis - Wed, 2017-08-16 17:05

St. George Daily Spectrum

Q&A: How to prevent and treat fragility fractures
St. George Daily Spectrum
Hormone replacement therapies may help prevent bone loss. Upping calcium and vitamin D intake and eating a healthy diet full of natural vitamins and minerals also helps build strong bones. Q: Why is it important to prevent osteoporosis and fragility ...

Eat vegan, clean or organic food on a student budget - The Times

Organic Food - Wed, 2017-08-16 17:04

The Times

Eat vegan, clean or organic food on a student budget
The Times
When James McAvoy's character leaves home for university in the 2006 film Starter for 10, his mother's last forlorn piece of advice rings briefly in his ears; don't forget to eat some fruit and vegetables. Even at the time, the joke was an old and not ...

Oddbox: the food waste startup delivering wonky fruit and vegetable boxes - The Independent

Fruits and Vegetables - Wed, 2017-08-16 17:04

The Independent

Oddbox: the food waste startup delivering wonky fruit and vegetable boxes
The Independent
Ravindran had a hunch that consumers would be happy to buy fruit and vegetables that didn't meet supermarket standards. In May 2016 he staged a trial. He bought rejected fruit and vegetables from local supplies at what he calls a fair price, and put ...

“Clean eating” promotes unhealthy habits—especially among kids - Quartz

Nutrition - Wed, 2017-08-16 17:01

Quartz

“Clean eating” promotes unhealthy habits—especially among kids
Quartz
It's no surprise really: “clean eating” is the perfect buzz term for parents who are faced with supermarket shelves full of baby and toddler food which is high in sugar content and low in nutritional value. But while some clean eating plans are focused ...

Red Kidney Bean Pod may help kidney traumas - The Nation Newspaper

Diabetes - Wed, 2017-08-16 17:01

Red Kidney Bean Pod may help kidney traumas
The Nation Newspaper
The Red Kidney Bean Pod has kept pretty too long in my view to raise its beautiful head in the Nigerian Alternative Medicine health store shelves. About 10 years ago, a traditional Nigerian gentleman, Oyeniyi Azeez, tried to bring this heart and kidney ...

Red Kidney Bean Pod may help kidney traumas - The Nation Newspaper

Heart Disease - Wed, 2017-08-16 17:01

Red Kidney Bean Pod may help kidney traumas
The Nation Newspaper
The Red Kidney Bean Pod has kept pretty too long in my view to raise its beautiful head in the Nigerian Alternative Medicine health store shelves. About 10 years ago ... Other health benefits include its ability to lower triglycerides and scientific ...

Drug use leaves woman's 'brain fried' and body paralysed after years of P habit - New Zealand Herald

Meth Addiction - Wed, 2017-08-16 16:48

Drug use leaves woman's 'brain fried' and body paralysed after years of P habit
New Zealand Herald
Gate Pa mother Teisha Paratene is paralysed from the hips down as a result of years of chronic methamphetamine addiction. One of her arms is numb and the other has constant pins and needles. The 38-year-old suffers functional neurological disorder, ...

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Fewer opioids is a good sign, right? There could be deadly consequences. - Belleville News-Democrat

Prescription Pills Addiction - Wed, 2017-08-16 16:45

Belleville News-Democrat

Fewer opioids is a good sign, right? There could be deadly consequences.
Belleville News-Democrat
Editor's note: This story is part of a continuing series about the opioid epidemic in Illinois. A proposal by the federal Drug Enforcement Agency to limit the production of prescription painkillers in 2018 has some drug and addiction experts worried ...

Thursday Editorial: Finally, some light in the tunnel of addressing opioid deaths - Florida Times-Union

Psychiatry - Wed, 2017-08-16 16:34

Thursday Editorial: Finally, some light in the tunnel of addressing opioid deaths
Florida Times-Union
At the same time, Florida is facing a $20 million cut in federal funding for services for mental illness and substance abuse treatment, the Sun Sentinel reports. Florida's traditionally ... Other agencies that will be heavily involved include the ...

Categories: Psychiatry News

Marijuana stashed in microwave - Clarence Valley Daily Examiner

Marijuana Addiction - Wed, 2017-08-16 16:23

Clarence Valley Daily Examiner

Marijuana stashed in microwave
Clarence Valley Daily Examiner
In court, his defence solicitor said Dunfordhad an addiction to marijuana he was "keen to address", and used it for pain, stress and sleep management. He added that there were no factors, other than the weight, that indicated his client intended to ...

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