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    As treatment options improve, six suggestions help sufferers find support
    Developing tinnitus can be more than bothersome. Individuals' reactions to the tinnitus perception can include mild annoyance, anxiety, depression, insomnia and other serious medical issues. Tinnitus is often described as buzzing, ringing, hissing, humming, roaring, or whistling that someone hears in the absence...
     
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    Safe, Pure, 100 percent Vegetarian Marine Omega-3s Provide Essential Support for Infants
    Nordic Naturals, leading manufacturer of omega-3 supplements, introduces Baby's DHA Vegetarian, made exclusively from microalgae, nature's original source of marine omega-3s. Baby's DHA Vegetarian provides essential omega nutrition without the use of fish. Like all Nordic Naturals omega oils, it is third-...
     
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    Timed to National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, New York Times Bestseller Dr. Ben Lerner has launched his book THE CANCER KILLERS available at beacancerkiller.com. While the medical field often points to the genetic tendency to develop cancer, Dr. Lerner's research indicates it's...
     
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    The Dr. Susan Love Research Foundation and Beckman Research Institute of City of Hope, today officially launch the Health of Women Study (HOW), a long-term cohort study tracking the health of women via online and mobile platforms.  This new model for 21st century research was designed to facilitate finding the...
     
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    Sentimental Flavor Favorites Give Back with Donation to Protect Our Winters
    CLIF Bar’s highly anticipated seasonal flavors are back for the 10th consecutive holiday season. Throughout the decade, CLIF Bar has helped get athletes in the holiday spirit with limited-edition flavors that bring a distinctive twist to the best-selling energy bar. This year, CLIF Bar seasonal flavors...
     
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    Ohio cardiac surgeon Surender R. Neravetla has accused Costco, the fifth largest retailer in the US and the seventh largest in the world, of deliberately putting profit over people by publishing distorted facts about salt in its recent "Costco Connection." The magazine, which is sent free to members,...
     
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    Women diagnosed with and being treated for breast cancer face physical and emotional upheaval. For more than five years, Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center has offered its breast cancer patients an escape from that upheaval— thanks to research studies that led to free weekly classes at the Comprehensive Cancer...
     
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    The World Health Organization estimates that approximately 347 million people worldwide have diabetes and this figure is expected to increase by two thirds by 2030. A new international study published in the October issue of the medical journal Nutrition, compared low-carb with low-calorie diets in obese and diabetic...
     
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    William Faloon from Life Extension, a Fort Lauderdale, Fla-based organization dedicated to the extension of the healthy human lifespan, will appear on The SUZANNE Show this week to discuss the effects of Vitamin K2 on heart health. His appearance, which is one in a series devoted to preventative healthcare, airs on...
     
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    October is National Indoor Air Month, and the American Lung Association in North Dakota is offering a few tips about health concerns that could be in lurking in North Dakota homes. While the big weather story this year has been drought, not flooding, mold is still a real concern for many homeowners. It can grow unseen...