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Eating Processed Food Increases Your Risk Of Cancer, A New Study Shows, But Don't Freak Out - Bustle

Nutrition and Cancer - Fri, 2018-02-16 12:16

Bustle

Eating Processed Food Increases Your Risk Of Cancer, A New Study Shows, But Don't Freak Out
Bustle
Why do these foods increase the risk of cancer? For now, the researchers can only hypothesize. Based on what they know of the foods and their process, researchers believe that the industrialization of the culinary world has made room for many new ...
Ultra-processed foods linked to increased cancer riskfox6now.com
Highly Processed Foods Linked to Increased Cancer Risk - Renal ...Renal and Urology News
Ultra-processed foods linked to cancer : TreeHuggerTreehugger
The News International (blog) -iNews -American Council on Science and Health -The BMJ
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Categories: Cancer News

Inside Gaming: The Drew Las Vegas Announces Plans for 2020 Opening - PokerNews.com

Gambling Addiction - Fri, 2018-02-16 12:05

PokerNews.com

Inside Gaming: The Drew Las Vegas Announces Plans for 2020 Opening
PokerNews.com
Online gambling has long been prominent in Uruguay, with sites from around the world advertising freely in the country while attracting much business from the country's inhabitants. But that's about to change says Luis Gama, Director of the National ...

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Fecal Transplants See Success in 90 Percent of Bacterial Gut Infections - Futurism

Diabetes - Fri, 2018-02-16 11:53

Fecal Transplants See Success in 90 Percent of Bacterial Gut Infections
Futurism
... way of treating any kind of illness, let alone a bacterial infection. Yet C. diff infections are most often the result of antibiotic use, which decimates the natural defenses of a healthy gut microbiome. Fecal transplants are meant to take the ...

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The 5 Most Common Arguments for the Keto Diet, Debunked ... - GoodHousekeeping.com

Nutrient Deficiency - Fri, 2018-02-16 11:48

GoodHousekeeping.com

The 5 Most Common Arguments for the Keto Diet, Debunked ...
GoodHousekeeping.com
The ketogenic diet may work for you personally right now, but from a public health standpoint, making a sweeping generalization in support of it would be negligent?.

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Top 10 Side Effects of the Ketogenic Diet - Check Biotech First - Checkbiotech.org (press release)

Mineral Deficiency - Fri, 2018-02-16 11:45

Top 10 Side Effects of the Ketogenic Diet - Check Biotech First
Checkbiotech.org (press release)
Weight loss is the latest trend in the fitness-savvy era, especially among women. This was made worse, by the need for perfection displayed and advertised by various social media and fashion companies. There are numerous reasons why people, especially ...

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Staten Island 'Cancer Warrior' shares story in hopes of helping others - SILive.com

Cancer Fighting Foods - Fri, 2018-02-16 11:45

SILive.com

Staten Island 'Cancer Warrior' shares story in hopes of helping others
SILive.com
Lynda is currently receiving treatment at Northwell Health Sanford R. Nalitt Institute for Cancer and Blood Related Diseases at Staten Island University Hospital. Insurance issues add to the emotional strain -- but she hopes that remission is in her ...

Categories: Cancer News

New Crime Would Increase Drug Dealing Penalties If Buyer Dies - Northeast Indiana Public Radio

Ritalin - Fri, 2018-02-16 11:44

WBAA

New Crime Would Increase Drug Dealing Penalties If Buyer Dies
Northeast Indiana Public Radio
Under current law, if you give a friend a small amount of Adderall or Ritalin and they overdose and die, you could get up to two and a half years in prison. If proposed legislation passes, you could get up to 40 years. Indiana Prosecuting Attorneys ...
New Crime Would Increase Penalties For Drug Dealers If Buyer DiesWFYI

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Categories: ADHD News

Benefits of Hummus - Sioux City Journal

Cancer Fighting Foods - Fri, 2018-02-16 11:15

Benefits of Hummus
Sioux City Journal
Eating hummus can help lower cholesterol and triglycerides levels. Also, reduce symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis. and lessen the chance of developing Alzheimer's, cancer, cardiovascular disease, and diabetes. So is hummus healthy? If you make homemade ...

Categories: Cancer News

MIddleboro faces federal roadblocks in effort to stop idling rail cars - Enterprise News

Carcinogens - Fri, 2018-02-16 11:15

MIddleboro faces federal roadblocks in effort to stop idling rail cars
Enterprise News
According to the Environmental Protection Agency the idling railroad cars emit “diesel particulates” which are carcinogens. According to the EPA “diesel exhaust are likely to be carcinogenic to humans by inhalation,” said Bond. Massachusetts has ...

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Categories: Cancer News

10 key issues where you can help move medicine in 2018 - American Medical Association (blog)

Energy Medicine - Fri, 2018-02-16 10:56

10 key issues where you can help move medicine in 2018
American Medical Association (blog)
Address short-sighted insurer policies that undercut physicians' ability to practice medicine and create waste in the system. End the opioid epidemic by eliminating prior authorization for medication-assisted treatment, working with payers to remove ...

Trump's Budget Promotes a Dystopian America - Natural Resources Defense Council

Energy Medicine - Fri, 2018-02-16 10:51

Trump's Budget Promotes a Dystopian America
Natural Resources Defense Council
Further, the US Energy Information Agency (EIA) estimated that 1 in 5 households has to forego/reduce food and medicine spending to pay energy bills at least one month a year and that over 10 percent of households could not use heating and/or cooling ...

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Meet 'The Jamie Oliver of the modelling world' who's blowing the lid on nutritional myths - Marie Claire UK

Nutrition - Fri, 2018-02-16 10:43

Marie Claire UK

Meet 'The Jamie Oliver of the modelling world' who's blowing the lid on nutritional myths
Marie Claire UK
Here Sarah talks you through some of the nutritional fads that aren't even worth your time, and offers her pearls of nutritional wisdom. This girl is a bonafide genius so take serious notes… In the UK people spend almost £3bn on fitness equipment and ...

Sunshine Can Help Heal Heart Damage Linked to Cardiovascular Illness - The Epoch Times

Vitamin Deficiency - Fri, 2018-02-16 10:34

The Epoch Times

Sunshine Can Help Heal Heart Damage Linked to Cardiovascular Illness
The Epoch Times
Vitamin D3 is produced naturally in our body when our skin is exposed to sunlight. It has traditionally been associated with bone health. However, studies in recent years have found it to be linked with heart health as well. A 2011 study published in ...

Violent Behavior Linked to Nutritional Deficiencies - EIN News (press release)

Excitotoxins - Fri, 2018-02-16 10:34

Violent Behavior Linked to Nutritional Deficiencies
EIN News (press release)
“Making things worse are excitotoxins so prevalent in the food supply, such as MSG and Aspartame,” says Onusic. “People who live on processed food and who drink diet sodas are exposed to these mind-altering chemicals at very high levels.” In an effort ...

Beauty Advice from Author and Speaker Michelle Phillips - Sarasota


Sarasota

Beauty Advice from Author and Speaker Michelle Phillips
Sarasota
When I hit my late 40's, I felt a lack of energy, foggy brain, and wasn't sleeping well. So, I started slowly changing my diet and adding exercise to my daily routine. I also had my hormones checked and found they were way out of whack. I now receive ...

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Healing the whole person in the LIVESTRONG program at the YMCA - Suburbanite

Nutrition and Cancer - Fri, 2018-02-16 09:56

Healing the whole person in the LIVESTRONG program at the YMCA
Suburbanite
Participants can go to the pool for swimming or participate in other group exercise programs. "This program has helped hundreds of cancer survivors from all over the county. It's really more about building relationships and finding their level of ...

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Categories: Cancer News

Why kids and energy drinks shouldn't mix - Philly.com

Energy Medicine - Fri, 2018-02-16 09:40

Philly.com

Why kids and energy drinks shouldn't mix
Philly.com
Energy drinks can give us that extra boost to get through the day at work, school, or even during our workout. We're not just talking about coffee, tea, soda or sports drinks, but beverages that have additional caffeine and other stimulants. Energy ...

Optimum Performance: Three nutrients accelerate recovery after knee surgery - NOLA.com

Nutrition - Fri, 2018-02-16 09:19

NOLA.com

Optimum Performance: Three nutrients accelerate recovery after knee surgery
NOLA.com
Researchers at the Departments of Rehabilitation, Orthopaedic Surgery, Anesthesiology, and Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at Kugawa Hospital for Orthopaedic Surgery and Tokyo Medical University, chose to determine whether, "Introducing a ...

Nutritional Food Market 2018 with Manufacturer's Analysis, Global Trends and Professional Survey's - The Financial

Nutrition - Fri, 2018-02-16 09:13

The Financial

Nutritional Food Market 2018 with Manufacturer's Analysis, Global Trends and Professional Survey's
The Financial
The global nutritional food market is highly fragmented and is based on new product launches and clinical results of products. Hence the major players have used various strategies such as new product launches, clinical trials, market initiatives, high ...

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LETTER: Fluoride Facts - Pagosa Daily Post

Fluoridation - Fri, 2018-02-16 09:04

LETTER: Fluoride Facts
Pagosa Daily Post
In these times of realizing government falsities daily, I find the information in an article in the Pagosa Springs SUN Preview section (February 8, 2018) entitled “San Juan Public Health to offer free dental screenings, fluoride varnishes…” to be ...

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