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    Most Female Cyclists Would Give up Sex Before Their Bike, According to a Survey of 5,000+ Readers
    According to a survey of more than 5,000 cyclists in the March issue of Bicycling magazine, 58 percent of women would choose cycling over sex, if they had to give up one or the other for a month. The issue hits newsstands this week. The results are found in Bicycling’s 2012 “Reader’s Choice”...
     
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    Pacific Natural Foods has added a selection of organic bisques to its growing line of hearty, ready-to-eat soups. Made with pure and simple organic ingredients, the thick, rich bisques punch up flavor with tender chunks of vegetables in a velvety smooth base.   Pacific first introduced its line of hearty soups in...
     
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    The Alzheimer's Association commends the Obama Administration for dedicating new resources in the fight against Alzheimer's in a uniquely challenging fiscal year in advance of the first ever National Alzheimer's Plan.   "This infusion of funds is important and the Alzheimer's Association...
     
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    The chances to reach extreme old age are much lower than previously thought, new research shows. Research just published by a team of demographers at the social science research organization NORC at the University of Chicago contradicts a long-held belief that the mortality rate of Americans flattens out above age 80...
     
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    54 Percent of Nation's Pets Overweight According to Latest Veterinary Survey; Pet Owners in Denial
    The "fat pet gap" continues to widen according to the latest nationwide survey conducted by the Association for Pet Obesity Prevention (APOP). The fifth annual veterinary survey found 53 percent of adult dogs and 55 percent of cats to be classified as overweight or obese by their veterinarian. That equals 88...
     
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    The new ifocus computer game, launching next week for children ages 6 to 12 to improve attention, concentration and memory, has been endorsed by top brain imaging specialist Daniel Amen, MD, CEO and medical director of Amen Clinics, Inc., a world leader in applying brain imaging science to clinical practice. A...
     
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    A recent study co-authored by Evergreen Healthcare neurologist Dr. Pinky Agarwal finds good news for coffee drinkers: consuming caffeinated coffee may significantly reduce the risk of Parkinson's disease in some men and women depending on their genetics, according to research recently published by the Public...
     
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    For most people, Super Bowl Sunday tends to be a night when normal diet and sleep routines are punted right out the window, positioning themselves for a tougher than usual Monday morning. While osteopathic physicians (DOs) promote living a healthy lifestyle by eating nutritious foods and getting plenty of rest,...
     
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    Eating dark coloured fresh produce such as plums and nectarines has more impact on how attractive a man appears than his masculinity, according to new research. Dr Ian Stephen of the University of Nottingham made the findings as part of his ongoing studies into effects on attractiveness of dietary carotenoids, such...
     
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    Certain supplements and lifestyle changes may help with diabetes prevention
    Natural health and wellness products provider, True Healthy Products is now offering several new products that may help prevent diabetes through assistance of diet, weight loss and exercise. Various studies indicate that proper nutritional supplementation, along with diet and exercise for weight loss can help prevent...