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    The Antiaging Institute of California believes that antioxidant Coenzyme Q10, popularly known as CoQ10, may have previously unknown benefits against one of the most fearsome of all neurodegenerative illnesses. CoQ10 has already been shown to be a powerful promoter of cardiac health, as well as an effective weapon...
     
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    DebMed, the healthcare program of the Deb Group, a leader in providing innovative skin care programs for all types of public and workplace environments, is urging better, more frequent hand washing as the first line of defense against the current flu epidemic. According to the Centers for Disease Control and...
     
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    Even before "sitting disease" became such a hot topic, people looked for ways to offset the long hours spent in front of their computer. Some highly motivated folks visited the gym before or after their work day. Others took a walk during their lunch hour. Most commonly though, people just worked out the...
     
  • Now offers ALCAT tests to its elite athletes
    ALCAT Worldwide announced today that it has reached a partnership with Athletes Edge, South Florida's premier sports performance training facilities, to provide the ALCAT test for its elite athletes.  Athletes Edge (athletesedgetraining.com) works on fine tuning professional athletes, preparing collegiate...
     
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    Whether you’re away for business or pleasure, don’t let traveling be an excuse to break your healthy New Year’s resolutions.Check out these tips from Jodi Sullivan, Hilton Worldwide’s senior director of global fitness, to help maintain your health wherever your travels may take you. Eat...
     
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    It's the Chinese Year of the Snake, and with hundreds of millions of snakes around the world, there is a lot of slithering going on out there. Despite their reputation, snakes are not the bad boys of the animal kingdom as they are often portrayed and they are one creature that could use a good PR campaign, says a...
     
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    The road to living well with movement disorders
    Innovative technology for the treatment of Parkinson’s disease and other movement disorders was recently implanted for the 100,000th time worldwide, inspiring people like longtime fitness trainer Roy Roden to pursue previously impossible goals. Roden has always had an adventurous spirit, and the 55-year-old...
     
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    During the past two years, campers Hannah and Janis have formed a special bond at The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp that has allowed them to face the challenges of mitochondrial disease together and experience "a different kind of healing". The unforgettable story of their friendship brings the unique spirit of...
     
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    New research in Nature concludes the eye – which depends on light to see – also needs light to develop normally during pregnancy. Scientists say the unexpected finding offers a new basic understanding of fetal eye development and ocular diseases caused by vascular disorders – in particular one called...
     
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    Women who have migraines with aura, which are often visual disturbances such as flashing lights, may be more likely to have problems with their heart and blood vessels, and those on newer contraceptives may be at higher risk for blood clots, according to two studies released today that will be presented at the...