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    A newly published review in November's Current Diabetes Reviews by a scientist at Classen Immunotherapies provides evidence that the epidemics of type 1 diabetes, obesity, metabolic syndrome, and type 2 diabetes are caused by vaccines.The paper provides a review of evidence that the vaccines are causing the epidemics...
     
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    Almost 80 percent of grandparents say their adult grandchildren motivate them to stay healthy, according to a new survey commissioned by Humana Inc, one of the nation’s leading health and well-being companies. The survey of 1,001 grandparents (65 years or older with at least one adult grandchild age 18...
     
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      Read more here: http://www.sacbee.com/2012/11/28/5016270/can-omega-3-fish-oil-ward-off.html#storylink=The "feel-good" hormone serotonin, depleted by pregnancy, can be replenished by adding sources of omega-3 to the diets of pregnant women and new mothers - a development particularly beneficial to...
     
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    A new survey commissioned by The Dannon Company found that the majority of Americans understand the importance of digestive health and its link to overall well-being. While 93 percent of Americans agree that digestive health is closely linked to overall health and wellbeing, some may not always know the simple steps...
     
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    The vast majority (80 percent) of parents with at least one child with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) would pursue genetic testing if a test were available that could identify risk in a younger sibling, citing the desire for earlier identification of children at risk, earlier evaluation and intervention, closer...
     
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    Why weight doesn’t dictate good health.
    The holidays are here, and weight gain is on everyone’s mind. Being skinny, however, doesn’t equate to being healthy, according to a video by Connie Gee, vice president and employee wellness strategist for Med-Vision. If a person is carrying an extra 20 to 30 pounds but is exercising, their body may...
     
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    Whether its sledding, skiing or perhaps preparing a holiday feast, consumers should take note that the chances of breaking a bone double during the winter months. Cold weather has been linked with broken bones and strains, stiff joints and heightened chances of slips and falls for those with arthritis and other bone...
     
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    "Maintain, Don't Gain" Campaign Starts with a Smoothie
    RightSize smoothies are ringing in the holidays with festive new smoothie recipes and tips on how to nibble and nosh one's way through the holiday season without adding extra pounds and inches.   Tempting foods seem to be everywhere, making the season a difficult time to count calories and avoid putting on...
     
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    How to Shop Without the Drop and Stay Awake on New Year's Eve.
    If you had trouble surviving Black Friday and the first full weekend of the official holiday shopping season, just wait until all of the parties, school pageants and family festivities kick in. The holidays can be every bit as long and physically demanding as a marathon. Unless you pace yourself and make sure you'...
     
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    As diplomats, politicians and activists try to curb the injury and death tolls on both sides of the Gaza-Israel border, a Jewish psychiatrist is trying to heal the wounds that can’t necessarily be seen: those related to mental health. It’s not often that a Jewish psychiatrist is spotted in the Gaza Strip....