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Fasting helps prevent breast cancer recurrence, death

If you are diagnosed with breast cancer, the very first thing you may do to treat your disease is fast for as long as you

Unproven claims run rampant in e-cigarette business

 June 27, 2016 Unproven claims run rampant in e-cigarette business Long-term public perception could be colored by misinformation, study authors say   COLUMBUS, Ohio – Electronic cigarette makers and ...
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Recharge With Sleep: Pediatric Sleep Recommendations Promoting Optimal Health (PR)

Editor's comment:  Sleeping is not a simple "resting" process to get your energy back.  One important thing your body needs to do durng sleeping is ...
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Could antiperspirants increase breast cancer risk?

Sunday May 29, 2016 (foodconsumer.org) -- In an article published in Morphologie, P. D. Darbre at University of Reading suggests that aluminum salts can be ...
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11 Things Employers & Individuals Should Ponder Before Partaking in Any 'Diet for Dollars' Program

According to the experts at HealthyWage—an industry-leading purveyor of corporate and team-based weight loss challenges and cash-driven diet contests for individuals, both employers and individuals, alike, ...
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The Science Behind a Happy and Healthy Heart

URL: https://labdoor.com/article/the-science-behind-a-happy-and-healthy-heart The Science Behind a Happy and Healthy Heart By Benita Lee, of LabDoor.com As Valentine’s Day rolls around, it’s hard to escape all the hearts in pink and ...
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Mobile phone use increases brain cancer glioma risk

Tuesday Nov 24, 2015 (foodconsumer.org) -- A new case-control study led by Lennart Hardell and Michael Carlberg suggests use of mobile phones (cell phone) and ...
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Social Dieting Surge

‘Social Dieting’ Surge: Cash and Camaraderie-Fueled Weight Loss Contests, Team Challenges an Increasingly Popular & Profitable Way to Lose Lbs. at Home and Work NEW YORK, ...
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What is the best age for women to have first child?

According to a Russian report, scientists at the University of Texas have concluded that it is best for women to have the first child at ...
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Exercise, weight loss cure type 2 diabetes mellitus

Saturday July 11, 2015 (foodconsumer.org) -- A commentary that Philip A. Ades from University of Vermont College of Medicine in Burlington, Vermont, USA  published in Preventive Medicine ...
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