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    New research finds milk drinkers scored better on memory and brain function tests
    Pouring at least one glass of milk each day could not only boost your intake of much-needed key nutrients, but it could also positively impact your brain and mental performance, according to a recent study in the International Dairy Journal. Researchers found that adults with higher intakes of milk and milk...
     
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    Enter Online for the Chance to Meet the Star of the Emmy Award-Winning, “The Dr. Oz Show”
    In 2011, more than 80,000 Dr. Oz fans entered for the chance to win a whirlwind trip to New York City culminating in a Heart-to-Heart with the doctor himself. Back by popular demand, Dr. Oz has once again partnered with Metamucil during Heart Health Month to offer his biggest fans another chance to meet him live and...
     
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    Teens are not consuming enough whole grain foods, according to a recent study from the University of Minnesota at St. Paul and featured in the January issue of Food Nutrition & Science. The study, that analyzed adolescents aged 12 to 19 years old in the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES,...
     
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    Mayo Clinic Healthy Heart For Life! reveals innovative heart disease prevention and treatment plan
    Heart disease is the nation’s No. 1 killer for both men and women. But what’s most astonishing is that almost 80 percent of heart disease is preventable, and even small lifestyle changes can have a big impact. Based on an innovative yet simple “Eat 5, Move 10, Sleep 8” program, Mayo Clinic...
     
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    Researchers at the NAET Autism Treatment Center in Buena Park, CA, hypothesized that major contributors to the development and symptoms of autism include food and nutrient sensitivities. They applied NAET, a combination of a special form of acupressure and kinesiology, to desensitize subjects to multiple allergens as...
     
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    New Government Study Highlights Improved Management of Risk Factors
    Enhanced foot care and Medicare coverage for therapeutic shoes are two factors behind a recent US government study that showed diabetes-related amputations have declined 65 percent over the past decade. "It's no coincidence that the decline in foot amputations coincides with the establishment of Medicare...
     
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    As party planning gets underway for the Big Game, it's so tempting to "take the day off" from your weight loss resolutions in the name of good times and party foods. An estimated 40 percent of Americans make new years resolutions—weight loss and exercise being among the top improvement goals. Of...
     
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    A relaxed mind can go a long way toward helping to reduce the risks of respiratory infections
    With flu season in full swing, Health Net, Inc. is working to increase awareness of not only standard flu-fighting basics such as habitual hand washing, but also of the strong connection between stress levels and susceptibility to respiratory infections, including flu. The American Psychological Association (APA...
     
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    Autism organizations concerned that autism diagnostic changes will jeopardize services, impair tracking, and disrupt research around the globe. Proposed changes to the diagnostic criteria for autism spectrum disorders in the American Psychiatric Association's Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders...
     
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    Charities to Receive $1,000 for their Work in US Communities
    ProPhase Labs, Inc., the makers of Cold-EEZE Cold Remedy, has announced the October, November and December winners of its "Share Your Cause Not Your Cold" Campaign. The contest, which sheds light and provides financial aid on charitable work in US communities, has awarded each of LuLu's Rescue of Point...