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New Weight Loss Pill Mimics Exercise?

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According to a recently completed study at the University of Southampton in Southampton, England, a new, effective weight loss pill could one day replace physical exercise. A pair of professors there announced they have synthesized one molecule that actually mimics ...

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Blowing Nasal Balloons Treats Glue Ear

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According to a new study recently published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal, nasal balloons can aid in healing glue ear which is a relatively common childhood middle-ear malady that can negatively impact hearing.  Numerous young children develop otitis media ...

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Sugary Drinks Cause Type-2 Diabetes?

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According to a new study published in British medical journal The BMJ, sugary drinks are linked to diabetes. An investigative team from the University of Cambridge in Cambridge, England revealed a connection between type-2 diabetes and the consumption of sugary ...

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CDC: More Must Be Done To End Marijuana Overdoses

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Colorado’s legalization of recreational marijuana has garnered additional attention from federal health pundits. Specifically, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, (CDC), have just released a new report that includes data concerning a recent incident in Denver in order to ...

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Dementia Causes Women to Decline Faster, Study Suggests

Women Who Suffer From Dementia Decline Faster, Says Study

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Studies in the past led the researchers to believe that women are more apt to be diagnosed with one variant of dementia, until now. Today most experts suspect it was partially due to women living longer than men. However, researchers ...

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Sports Trainers Take Precautions for Safety This Summer

In summer heat, sports trainers call for safety measures

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Thousand-dollar expenditure for an automated external defibrillator (AED) could cause a difference of life and death for some young athletes, a cost which Little Lock, Arkansas high school is aware of. A heart abnormality led Antony Hobbs, 16, to collapse ...

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Study Suggests Eliminating H. Pylori to Prevent Stomach Cancer

Ulcer-causing bacteria may be key to stomach cancer

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Eliminating the relatively common ulcer-causing bacteria Helicobacter pylori from people’s stomachs may aid in decreasing the risk of stomach cancer. Through a combination of proton pump inhibitors and antibiotics, or another drug which reduces the production of gastric acid, for ...

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Marijuana: It Does A Body Good

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According to a recent study published in the Journal of Bone and Mineral Research, marijuana or a specific chemical within it may indeed make strong bones for healthy bodies. Indeed, previous studies have revealed that marijuana can be used to ...

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Vaccine for Ebola By Novavax Triggers Immune Response

Novavax's Ebola vaccine shows human immune response

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The Ebola Vaccine by Novavax Inc. has helped healthy people to develop an immune response against this deadly and popular virus in an early trial.   In a randomized study put in comparison against a placebo, the vaccine activated and ...

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