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    Georgia-Pacific Professional: Remember to Wash & Dry
    Many people may be surprised that 80 percent of all infectious diseases are transmitted by touch. Implications of sicknesses like the common cold that spread through contact have led to a US economic effect of $25 billion in lost productivity. One of the easiest ways to help prevent the spread of illness is...
     
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    Program Serving as Engine for Change
    As students nationwide kick off a new academic year, classroom chatter isn't just about reading, writing and back-to-school fashion, but "what's for breakfast?" and "how long until recess?" Providing healthy solutions to these questions is the driving force behind Fuel Up to Play 60. The...
     
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    Fewer than 25 percent of all American medical schools train future physicians in the importance of diet. As our knowledge base expands, more and more connections between what we eat and the risks of what health challenges we may face later in life is being revealed. If fact, “research into the Epigenome points...
     
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    The following is an opinion editorial provided by Dr. Barry Malinowski, Medical Director, Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield in Ohio: How do you know if the mosquitoes buzzing around you are dangerous? This particular offending mosquito is very distinctive; spots and stripes, black and white. It came here from...
     
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    Assured Assisted Living facility administrator and registered nurse (RN), Sheryl Thompson, recently presented special caregiver tips and resources to help caregivers and persons afflicted with various types of memory disorders. The memory disorders are Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, memory loss...
     
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    Cells that help nerve fibers transmit messages fail to mature
    A growing body of research shows that children who suffer severe neglect and social isolation have cognitive and social impairments as adults. A study from Boston Children's Hospital shows, for the first time, how these functional impairments arise: Social isolation during early life prevents the cells that make...
     
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    Legislators Are Mislead About Gravity and Extent of Fluoride Brain Risk
    Newly discovered and translated published studies reveal fluoride is linked to lower IQ, even at levels added to US water supplies, reports the Fluoride Action Network (FAN). Further, fluoridation promoters misrepresented newly published Harvard fluoride/IQ research. Thirty-four studies now link fluoride to reduced IQ...
     
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    Just like many people incorrectly believe memory loss is a fact of life in growing older, survey results released today by the Alzheimer's Foundation of America (AFA)  reveal that many caregivers also mistakenly interpret various behaviors as a normal part of aging—rather than as symptoms of Alzheimer...
     
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    New research indicates marijuana-like compounds called endocannabinoids alter genes and biological signals critical to the formation of a normal placenta during pregnancy and may contribute to pregnancy complications like preeclampsia. A study published in the Sept. 14 edition of The Journal of Biological Chemistry...
     
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    In recognition of September as healthy aging month, the Minnesota Chiropractic Association (MCA) is encouraging seniors to embrace an active and wellness-based approach to life. "There are simply no short cuts" stated MCA President, Dr. Christian Kollar. "An active, engaged and wellness approach to...