My Experience with 310 Nutrition Detox Tea

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While looking for and trying numerous products that promise to help a person shed unwanted pounds of body fat, I stumbled upon this stuff called

310 Nutrition Detox Tea Helps You Lose Weig...

Jan 10, 2018Comments off

Herbal tea or green tea has attained unprecedented popularity in recent years. China, Japan and India have been tea-consuming nations and green tea or herbal

Ask Well: What Is Parkinsonism?

Nov 17, 2017Comments off

  Photo Q. What is Parkinsonism? A. Parkinsonism refers to a group of movement abnormalities — such as stiffness, slowness, shuffling of the feet and

F.D.A. Speeds Review of Gene Therapies, Vow...

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  The Food and Drug Administration on Thursday issued new guidelines to speed the introduction of treatments involving human cells and tissues, including gene therapy.

Middle-Class Families Confront Soaring Heal...

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And even though he does not need an assistant for his work as a developer of mobile apps, Ian Dixon, 38, said he might hire

Nuts May Lower Your Risk for Heart Disease

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Photo Eating nuts may lower the risk for heart disease. Researchers studied 210,836 men and women involved in three large prospective health studies from 1980

Even Light Activity May Increase Your Chanc...

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Photo Using accelerometers to precisely measure physical activity, researchers have found that even very light exercise, well below the generally recommended levels, reduces mortality in

What States Can Learn From One Another on H...

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  We know that where you live matters: There are huge disparities in health and costs across the country. The uninsured rate in Texas is

Amish Mutation Protects Against Diabetes an...

Nov 15, 2017Comments off

Amish people living in a rural part of Indiana have a rare genetic mutation that protects them from Type 2 diabetes and appears to significantly

Heart Attack Survivors at Risk of Later Dem...

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Photo Heart attack survivors have an increased risk for developing dementia, a new study has found. Danish researchers studied 314,911 heart attack patients and compared