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Connecticut Center for Health: February 2005 Archives

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Answers for PCOS

Are you troubled by symptoms of polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), such as infertility, hirsutism, acne or overweight? Or know a relative or friend who has PCOS? If so, we recommend that you to review our discussion of PCOS. Not only do we give you all the details about the disorder, but we also give you a list of beneficial, natural therapies that may help....

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Hate Your Hair? Blame Your Mother's Diet

In a study that demonstrates you are what you eat, scientists have reported they have changed the fur colors of baby mice simply by altering their mothers' diets. They changed the color of baby mouse fur by feeding pregnant mice four nutritional supplements -- vitamin B12, folic acid, choline and betaine. Mice given the supplements gave birth to babies with predominantly brown coats. Pregnant mice not fed the supplements gave birth mostly to babies...

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Vitamin B12 and Aging

Vitamin B12 deficiency occurs in over 20% of elderly individuals and goes unrecognized because clinical manifestations are subtle, although they can be potentially serious. Vitamin B12 is needed for normal nerve cell activity and DNA replication. It also involved in fat, carbohydrate and protein metabolism. As you can imagine, vitamin B12 is absolutely essential for good health. A B12 deficiency is a common but overlooked cause of fatigue and neurological problems. Many of the...

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