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Striking a balance: Plaza Amistad working to combat diabetes through nutrition - Monitor

Nutrition - Thu, 2018-04-26 06:41

Striking a balance: Plaza Amistad working to combat diabetes through nutrition
Monitor
The speakers addressed the risk of today's children having a shorter lifespan than the current generations due to poor diet and answered questions regarding the best method to prepare food in order to retain the most nutrients and addressed the ...

Achieving a Healthier You After Breast Cancer - UConn Today

Nutrition and Cancer - Thu, 2018-04-26 06:23

UConn Today

Achieving a Healthier You After Breast Cancer
UConn Today
According to Dr. Susan Tannenbaum, chief of oncology at UConn Health's Carole and Ray Neag Comprehensive Cancer Center, good nutrition, diet, and exercise are the key ingredients to achieving a healthier you to help prevent the disease from returning ...

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Categories: Cancer News

Paul Danan cocaine habit cost him Hollywood dream - Daily Star

Cocaine Addiction - Thu, 2018-04-26 06:18

Daily Star

Paul Danan cocaine habit cost him Hollywood dream
Daily Star
On the show, which aired last night, Paul revealed how his addiction to cocaine left him unable to find work in America. The 39-year-old former actor spoke candidly on Me and My Addiction, which also featured 5ive singer Abz Love and his battle with ...

Menopause, hormones and HRT: everything you need to know, and why most women should have the therapy - South China Morning Post


South China Morning Post

Menopause, hormones and HRT: everything you need to know, and why most women should have the therapy
South China Morning Post
Dr Jamieson is a fan of bio identical HRT; “it has a better safety profile”, she explains. It also delivers hormones more gently which may be useful for women who are prone to nausea, and is a much safer option for women who are at risk of metabolic ...

Categories: Anti-Aging

Menopause, hormones and HRT: everything you need to know, and why most women should have the therapy - South China Morning Post

Osteoporosis - Thu, 2018-04-26 06:01

South China Morning Post

Menopause, hormones and HRT: everything you need to know, and why most women should have the therapy
South China Morning Post
“I'm on HRT,” she says, “not just because I was exhibiting frustrating signs of menopause, but because a bone-density scan revealed osteopenia, which seemed to be advanced for my age.” Osteopenia is the precursor to osteoporosis, porous bones that ...

Marijuana legalization could help offset opioid epidemic, studies find - fox8.com

Marijuana Addiction - Thu, 2018-04-26 05:25

fox8.com

Marijuana legalization could help offset opioid epidemic, studies find
fox8.com
Experts have proposed using medical marijuana to help Americans struggling with opioid addiction. Now, two studies suggest that there is merit to that strategy. The studies, published Monday in the journal JAMA Internal Medicine, compared opioid ...

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Health care behind bars: Central Coast jails struggle to care for sick inmates - New Times SLO

Heart Disease - Thu, 2018-04-26 05:05

New Times SLO

Health care behind bars: Central Coast jails struggle to care for sick inmates
New Times SLO
An out-of-county medical examiner found that McLaughlin died of a heart attack, the result of chronic heart disease. McLaughlin's death was listed as natural. Most of the inmate deaths in the SLO County and Santa Barbara County jails have been ...

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What is non-alcoholic fatty liver disease? 7 foods that can keep your liver healthy - Times Now

Trans Fatty Acids - Thu, 2018-04-26 05:05

Times Now

What is non-alcoholic fatty liver disease? 7 foods that can keep your liver healthy
Times Now
Since diet plays a vital role in the development and prevention of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, it is important to make good food habits. This includes eating a healthy diet made of mostly fruits, vegetables, whole grains while avoiding or ...

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An addiction researcher shares 6 strategies to address the opioid epidemic - The Conversation US

Prescription Pills Addiction - Thu, 2018-04-26 05:02

The Conversation US

An addiction researcher shares 6 strategies to address the opioid epidemic
The Conversation US
The devastating opioid epidemic is one of the largest public health problems facing the U.S. Over 2.5 million people in the U.S. suffer from opioid use disorder. Four in five new heroin users started out misusing prescription painkillers. A 2015 ...

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An addiction researcher shares 6 strategies to address the opioid epidemic - The Conversation US

Cocaine Addiction - Thu, 2018-04-26 04:39

The Conversation US

An addiction researcher shares 6 strategies to address the opioid epidemic
The Conversation US
The devastating opioid epidemic is one of the largest public health problems facing the U.S. Over 2.5 million people in the U.S. suffer from opioid use disorder. Four in five new heroin users started out misusing prescription painkillers. A 2015 ...

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Family Demands Answers After Rutherford County Jail Suicide - Nashville Scene

Psychiatry - Thu, 2018-04-26 04:07

Nashville Scene

Family Demands Answers After Rutherford County Jail Suicide
Nashville Scene
The spokesperson also declined to answer a number of questions about inmate intake procedures and other jail policies. But Fitzhugh, who was appointed sheriff in January 2017 — a week before the previous sheriff, Robert Arnold, pleaded guilty to fraud ...

Categories: Psychiatry News

LETTERS: On gun control, judge's earplug suit, alcoholism, poverty ... - Monitor

Alcoholism - Thu, 2018-04-26 04:00

Monitor

LETTERS: On gun control, judge's earplug suit, alcoholism, poverty ...
Monitor
Gun rights debated. About 98 percent of mass shootings in America occur in gun-free zones. Since 1950, only two mass shootings have occurred in an areas where citizens weren't prohibited from carrying a gun. In 1990, Joe Biden introduced the Gun-Free ...

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Categories: Alcoholism News

Does Coffee Cause Cancer? We Asked Scientists | Opinion - Newsweek

Carcinogens - Thu, 2018-04-26 04:00

Newsweek

Does Coffee Cause Cancer? We Asked Scientists | Opinion
Newsweek
The same group of scientists (working for the World Health Organisation), who classified acrylamide as probably carcinogenic, found there was no conclusive evidence that drinking coffee caused cancer. In fact, they suggested coffee drinking may protect ...

Categories: Cancer News

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