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    Findings from a study involving thousands of postmenopausal women suggest that women who develop invasive breast cancer may benefit from taking supplements containing both multivitamins and minerals. The new research, published today in Breast Cancer Research and Treatment, found that the risk of dying from invasive...
     
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    Why do people go back time and time again, putting themselves through the suffering, misery, restriction and failure, so desperate to succeed, but never really getting anywhere?  Weight loss coach, Jo Mason is on a mission to solve this problem through her Defeating Diets weight loss program.   Weight loss...
     
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    A whopping 2.7 million tons of tree nuts were produced last year, and more Americans are embracing nuts as a recipe ingredient, a meal component and a snack. And for good reason-not only are nuts delicious and convenient, but the consumption of nuts has been associated with a variety of health benefits, including...
     
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    Children’s Hospital Los Angeles along with Autism Speaks recently co-sponsored an event to launch the website Interacting With Autism, a comprehensive website where parents, educators and healthcare providers can explore the latest information on autism spectrum disorders (ASD). The event, held at the University...
     
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    With the obesity rate in the country increasing, doctors of chiropractic are encouraging people to embrace healthy lifestyle choices. Incorporating proper nutrition, a disciplined exercise plan and chiropractic care makes it easier to accomplish wellness goals. Small changes like decreasing food portion size or...
     
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    Five women from five states traveled a collective 5,742 miles to Beaumont Health System's Women's Urology Center seeking relief from years of urologic symptoms including severe pelvic pain, urinary frequency and urgency. All five came to see Kenneth Peters, MD, Urology chief and director of Beaumont's...
     
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    After five years of suffering from dementia-like symptoms and unable to play guitar, Alice Cooper's former bandmate and guitar legend Dick Wagner has returned to music after having been successfully treated for a commonly misdiagnosed brain condition. Wagner, 70, was treated by Joseph Zabramski, MD, at Barrow...
     
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    In early childhood, our sense of hearing plays a crucial role, providing the basis for speech and communication skills. If a hearing impairment is not diagnosed and treated at an early stage, this can have a negative impact on a child's personal development as well as educational, social and professional...
     
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    America's veterinarians are taking aim at reducing the rate of preventable diseases among cats and dogs by urging pet owners to schedule veterinary checkups at least once per year. Many practicing veterinarians are seeing increases in pet obesity, diabetes, kidney disease, arthritis, and heart disease among...
     
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    Halloween can be a very scary time of the year when it comes to our diet and health efforts. This day seems to be the "kickoff party" for year-end holiday celebrations in the office. It's a safe bet there will be plenty of orange-colored candy, cake, donuts, cupcakes and even cream cheese and bagels...