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    Apr
    2004

    Diabetics May Have Symptomless Heart Disorder

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    Even diabetics who keep their condition under control and don’t have any obvious symptoms of heart disease may be at risk for hidden heart problems, researchers in Canada report. In this study, 60% of men…

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    Jan
    2004

    Is Diabetes a Threat to Your Health?

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    Seventeen million Americans have diabetes. It is the 6th leading cause of death in the U.S. Over 200,000 people die each year of related complications. To make matters even worse, there are nearly six million…

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    Jan
    2004

    Jogging May Make You Smarter

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    Running may give the brain a workout. A new study finds that individuals consistently scored higher on intellectual tests after embarking on a running program. “These improvements, however, went down when the joggers stopped their…

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    Jan
    2004

    Wholesome Diet May Prevent Wrinkles

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    A fountain of youth may be as close as the kitchen, new study findings suggest. A diet rich in fruits, vegetables and unsaturated fats may ward off wrinkles by boosting the skin’s natural defenses against…

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    Jan
    2004

    Vitamins Combat Age-related Blindness

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    Hundreds of thousands of people could benefit from vitamin supplements shown to help prevent macular degeneration, a condition that is the leading cause of blindness from age 65, according to a new study conducted at…

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    Nov
    2003

    Disease Information Center

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    Our website has extensive information on a number of diseases, including: Allergies Alzheimer’s Arthritis Autism Chronic fatigue Diagetes Fibromyalgia Hepatitis C High blood pressure Osteoporosis Overweight Polycystic ovary syndrome Poor memory or concentration Rheumatoid arthritis….

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    Nov
    2003

    Vitamin D Guidelines May Be Too Low for Women

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    Recommendations for daily vitamin D intake may be too low to prevent deficiencies in some women, according to a recent study. The study found that during the winter, many women in Canada had insufficient blood…

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    Nov
    2003

    Vitamin D May Cut Women’s Heart Disease Death Risk

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    Women who take vitamin D supplements lower their risk of death from heart disease by one-third, a team of researchers from the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) told attendees of an American Heart Association…

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    Nov
    2003

    Ten Warning Signs for Alzheimer’s Disease

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    Although Alzheimer’s disease is “incurable”, there are therapies available to slow it down, if the disorder can be identified in its early stages. Here are 10 warning signs to help you to identify Alzheimer’s disease…

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    Nov
    2003

    Gingko Biloba Helps Memory Loss

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    A new UCLA study presented at a Society for Neuroscience conference last week found that gingko biloba improves memory among people suffering from age-related memory impairment. Researchers at the UCLA Neuropsychiatric Institute found significant improvement…

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    Sep
    2003

    Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome – PCOS

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    Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) is a surprisingly common disorder in women of reproductive age, although many are not aware of it. Most women first become aware of PCOS when they don’t menstruate for a long…

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    Sep
    2003

    Dietary Supplements – Price vs. Quality

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    When it comes to buying dietary supplements, you essentially have two choices: buy according to price, or buy according to quality. There are no standards for quality and no govern-ment regulation of the supplement industry….

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    Sep
    2003

    Are You Overweight?

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    There’s a big elephant in your room that you wish wasn’t there — you or a loved one may be seriously overweight. Nearly two of every three Americans are overweight or obese. If you were…

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    Aug
    2003

    When Fats Go Bad, You May Get Osteoporosis

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    You’ve heard a lot about calcium to protect your bones. But what about the fats you eat and metabolize? Oxidation of fats may contribute to osteoporosis, and the adverse effects of oxidation on both arteries…

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    Aug
    2003

    Cut Down on Those Tuna Sandwiches!

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    Forty-eight cans of tuna bought from Trader Joe’s, Safeway, Whole Foods and other food chains (including name brands like Bumble Bee, Starkist and Chicken of the Sea) were tested for mercury. Mercury is a very…

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