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We are ruining the lives of ADHD kids with Ritalin, says Will.i.am ... - Daily Mail

ADHD - Sat, 2018-03-17 17:11

Daily Mail

We are ruining the lives of ADHD kids with Ritalin, says Will.i.am ...
Daily Mail
Speaking exclusively to Event magazine, Will.i.am tells of his relief that his mother never made him take Ritalin, the drug commonly prescribed for ADHD.

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LCC students use Student Success Fund to achieve academic goals - Longview Daily News

Meth Addiction - Sat, 2018-03-17 17:02

LCC students use Student Success Fund to achieve academic goals
Longview Daily News
He said his four stints behind bars were due to meth addiction and bipolar disorder. He wants to become a counselor to help those with similar struggles. After spending two years at Larch Corrections Center, his post-prison education plan directed him ...

After his family died, he threatened to kill himself. So the police took his guns. - Washington Post

Vaccines and Vaccination - Sat, 2018-03-17 16:56

Washington Post

After his family died, he threatened to kill himself. So the police took his guns.
Washington Post
Purpose of search: “Take any and all firearms to prevent imminent personal injury.” In the polarizing gun debate, here was the latest attempt at a solution: civil seizures that allow police to temporarily take guns from at-risk owners without consent ...

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'Energy healer' to prove sceptics wrong | Northern Star - Northern Star

Energy Medicine - Sat, 2018-03-17 16:45

'Energy healer' to prove sceptics wrong | Northern Star
Northern Star
HE can make a two-year-old who hasn't spent a day of his life without pain sleep like a baby. He can banish 30 years of neck pain in 30 seconds. Mobilise paralysed limbs. Zap an allergy. All without laying a hand on anyone. Melbourne energy healer ...

Medical truths: Questioning what is good and what is bad for you - The Jerusalem Post

Nutritional Medicine - Sat, 2018-03-17 16:26

The Jerusalem Post

Medical truths: Questioning what is good and what is bad for you
The Jerusalem Post
Kendrick, who peppers his book with humor and irony, graduated from a medical school in Scotland and specialized in family medicine, dividing his time between treating patients and medical education in Cheshire in northwest England. He was an original ...

This Is What Radiation Actually Does To The Human Body - IFLScience

Energy Medicine - Sat, 2018-03-17 15:58

IFLScience

This Is What Radiation Actually Does To The Human Body
IFLScience
Radiation in physics is defined as the emission or transmission of energy in the form of a wave or a particle. This means all the light in the universe is radiation, technically known as electromagnetic radiation. The particles thrown into space by ...

Living with Cancer: What I have learnt, what I will never learn - Ahval

Alternative Cancer Treatment - Sat, 2018-03-17 15:56

Living with Cancer: What I have learnt, what I will never learn
Ahval
But the cancer relapsed after a long and agonizing treatment process and the only alternative that seemed promising was available in a hospital in New York. We could not have afforded to take him to New York through our own means, hence we were obliged ...

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Blundering Gardener: Chef initiative to change seeds just makes sense - TwinCities.com-Pioneer Press

Organic Food - Sat, 2018-03-17 15:06

TwinCities.com-Pioneer Press

Blundering Gardener: Chef initiative to change seeds just makes sense
TwinCities.com-Pioneer Press
Most top chefs cook with organic ingredients. To them, the health benefits are of secondary importance to flavor and freshness. Organic food just tastes better. And that gives any restaurant a competitive edge. As an organic vegetable gardener (on a ...
Let's Go OrganicKashmir Observer

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Meth, alcohol, opioids and heroin: How local law enforcement views North Iowa's drug addiction problem - Mason City Globe Gazette

Meth Addiction - Sat, 2018-03-17 14:00

Mason City Globe Gazette

Meth, alcohol, opioids and heroin: How local law enforcement views North Iowa's drug addiction problem
Mason City Globe Gazette
He — along with multiple other North Iowa law enforcement officials — believe that while opioids are not currently as much of a problem as methamphetamine, alcohol and other substances, the issue may become more prominent in future years. Perhaps ...

Capito on the Teacher Strike, Marijuana, Opioids, Tariffs and Guns - West Virginia Public Broadcasting

Marijuana Addiction - Sat, 2018-03-17 13:18

West Virginia Public Broadcasting

Capito on the Teacher Strike, Marijuana, Opioids, Tariffs and Guns
West Virginia Public Broadcasting
Folks in the addiction community, if you talk to them and ask their opinions, they for the most part are opposed to it. It's a step too far for me and I'm not gonna go there.” WVPB asked if recreational marijuana should be a federal or state issue ...

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Take This 12-Day Olive Oil Challenge For Heart Health, Smooth Heels And More - The Alternative Daily (blog)

Heart Disease - Sat, 2018-03-17 13:18

The Alternative Daily (blog)

Take This 12-Day Olive Oil Challenge For Heart Health, Smooth Heels And More
The Alternative Daily (blog)
In fact, olive oil is considered by most health experts to be a disease-fighting, inflammation lowering superfood. In the scientific literature, it has been linked time and again to improved cardiovascular health, reduced risk of cancer, lowered ...

Fentanyl-cocaine combo taking lives in Western Pa. - Tribune-Review

Cocaine Addiction - Sat, 2018-03-17 12:31

Fentanyl-cocaine combo taking lives in Western Pa.
Tribune-Review
A deadly blend of cocaine and the powerful opioid fentanyl is appearing on Western Pennsylvania streets and autopsy tables, according to police, coroners and other experts. The combination is a modern “speedball,” with stimulant and depressant drugs ...

Mother reflects on life with son addicted to opioids, alcohol - Morganton News Herald

Prescription Pills Addiction - Sat, 2018-03-17 12:30

Morganton News Herald

Mother reflects on life with son addicted to opioids, alcohol
Morganton News Herald
CDC statistics show that nearly 2 million Americans either abused or were dependent on prescription opioids in 2014. Path to addiction. Looking back, Whisnant isn't completely sure what triggered Hawkins' addiction. It could have been peer pressure or ...

Hospitals are confronting a new opioid crisis: an alarming shortage of pain meds - PBS NewsHour

Prescription Pills Addiction - Sat, 2018-03-17 12:24

PBS NewsHour

Hospitals are confronting a new opioid crisis: an alarming shortage of pain meds
PBS NewsHour
These products, packaged in vials, patches, and syringes, are distinct from the prescription pills at the root of the nation's opioid addiction crisis. They are distributed to hospitals and other medical providers that use them to treat patients ...
The other opioid crisis: Hospital shortages lead to patient pain, medical errorsSalon

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Does a Vegan Diet Lead to Bone Loss? - Medical News Bulletin

Nutrition - Sat, 2018-03-17 12:07

Medical News Bulletin

Does a Vegan Diet Lead to Bone Loss?
Medical News Bulletin
Many people now follow a vegan diet for health and ethical reasons, but the absence of animal products can lead to nutritional deficiencies. In a recent study from Denmark published in the European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, researchers investigate ...

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Americans Are Binge Drinking In An Alarming Way, According To A New Study, & Here's What You Need To Know - Bustle

Vaccines and Vaccination - Sat, 2018-03-17 11:02

Bustle

Americans Are Binge Drinking In An Alarming Way, According To A New Study, & Here's What You Need To Know
Bustle
Another way to curb binge drinking is to avoid things like drinking games and doing shots, which have no other purpose other than to get you really drunk, really quickly. The website The Life Square also suggested that you don't drink on an empty ...

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Omega-3 Fatty Acid Levels Could Be Better Than Cholesterol In ... - The Inquisitr

Omega 3 - Sat, 2018-03-17 10:30

The Inquisitr

Omega-3 Fatty Acid Levels Could Be Better Than Cholesterol In ...
The Inquisitr
The study also suggested that people who consume more omega-3 fatty acids are less prone to cardiovascular events. A new study funded by the National Institutes of Health has found that measuring a ...
Levels of omega-3 in blood may better predict mortality risk than cholesterolHindustan Times
Omega-3 levels may better predict mortality risk than cholesterolETHealthworld.com

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Green tea ingredient solves bacon cancer risk - FoodManufacture.co.uk

Nutrition and Cancer - Sat, 2018-03-17 10:09

FoodManufacture.co.uk

Green tea ingredient solves bacon cancer risk
FoodManufacture.co.uk
It is estimated that more than 50% of bowel cancer cases are preventable and lifestyle changes such as improved diet could help.” ?. The research from Queen's suggested that natural alternatives to nitrates could be used in processing meat, such as ...

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Do Omega-3 Supplements Prevent Cardiovascular Disease? - Medical News Bulletin

Omega 3 - Sat, 2018-03-17 10:06

Medical News Bulletin

Do Omega-3 Supplements Prevent Cardiovascular Disease?
Medical News Bulletin
Current guidelines recommend the intake of omega-3 supplements for prevention of cardiovascular disease. These guidelines are based on previous research, such as observational studies that have reported an association between the consumption of fish ...

Stem Cell Therapy and Treatment options call 972-800-6670 - Checkbiotech.org (press release)

Diabetes - Sat, 2018-03-17 09:53

Checkbiotech.org (press release)

Stem Cell Therapy and Treatment options call 972-800-6670
Checkbiotech.org (press release)
FACT IS many are only given what is taught in medical school or advised by their management and few are able to actually treat patients they way they believe to be the best way in fear of lawsuits, or oversight that is dated. FDA has only approved a ...

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