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    Despite increased awareness about the risks of too much sodium in consumers' diets and pledges from governments around the world to reduce salt levels in food, products with low/no/reduced sodium claims have seen some decline over the past years according to new findings from Mintel. Globally, launches of foods...
     
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    Patients Report Increased Energy, Flexibility, Focus
    A gentle fitness program at Fredericksburg Oncology is improving the lives of cancer patients, echoing research findings on the possible physical and mental benefits of exercising with cancer, noted Dr. Frederick C. Tucker, Jr., who heads the practice. Several Fredericksburg Oncology patients recently told the The...
     
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    The Million Women Study is a study, conducted by UK researchers, of women's health analyzing data from more than one million women aged 50 and over. It is a collaborative project between Cancer Research UK and the National Health Service (NHS), with additional funding from the Medical Research Council (UK). The...
     
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    More US babies are getting the benefit of a full-term pregnancy, according to a new government report that shows that 61 percent of births now happen at 39 weeks of pregnancy or later, a five percent increase between 2006 and 2010. The March of Dimes says this change is very important because even those infants born...
     
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    Stay on the Watch for Signs of Depression
    The very serious risk posed by depression in the elderly is getting a fair amount of attention in print and online these days, but often articles that point out the risks and problems posed by this concern tend to keep the issue on a theoretical plane. Kayhan and Sally Mojab of Sally's Care Home would like to...
     
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    The suicide rate for soldiers and veterans is at record highs, claiming more than one life every day in July 2012 for active-duty soldiers. In an effort to bring more awareness to this issue, the non-profit organization, Stop Soldier Suicide (SSS), is taking its message to the streets. Brian Kinsella, the...
     
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    Teens say that parents (38 percent) most influence their decisions about sex—more than peers (22 percent), the media (9 percent), teachers and educators (4 percent), and others, according to a new survey commissioned by The National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy.  Nearly nine in 10 (87...
     
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    Your dentist is your oral health partner and selecting the right one for you is an important decision. With many options to consider, the Pennsylvania Dental Association (PDA) assists you in making an informed choice for a dental practitioner. "You want a dentist with good rapport, who is empathetic and listens...
     
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    New USDA School Meal Regulations
    As students head back to the classroom, school cafeterias are debuting more nutritious choices for kids, including whole grains, fruits and vegetables, and school flavored milk that is lower in sugar and calories than ever before. In fact, this year marks the first full school year of the US Department of Agriculture...
     
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    First-of-its-Kind Study
    Lack of sleep is linked to more aggressive breast cancers, according to new findings published in the August issue of Breast Cancer Research and Treatment by physician-scientists from University Hospitals Case Medical Center's Seidman Cancer Center and Case Comprehensive Cancer Center at Case Western Reserve...