Health Benefits of Whiskey

Health Benefits of Whiskey

🕔15:04, 27.Jun 2014

To be clear, drinking large amounts of alcohol is related to a higher incidence of stroke. However, if you can master the art of moderate consumption — meaning one drink a day  Some of the health benefits of whiskey include its ability

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Big Belly, Big Problem: The Dangers of Belly Fat

Big Belly, Big Problem: The Dangers of Belly Fat

🕔12:34, 25.Jun 2014

How to Win the Battle of the Bulge By Margot Hedlin With “flat belly tips” plastered across every magazine cover, belly fat might already be on your mind. Yet the articles bewailing muffin tops and bountiful backsides are off the

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Food Allergies and Food Intolerance

Food Allergies and Food Intolerance

🕔14:04, 24.Jun 2014

WebMD News from HealthDay Food allergies or food intolerances affect nearly everyone at some point. People often have an unpleasant reaction to something they ate and wonder if they have a food allergy. One out of three people either say

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Ethiopia’s condom dilemma

Ethiopia’s condom dilemma

🕔13:41, 21.Jun 2014

James Jeffrey, June 21, 2014, INYT I was confused the first time I saw a giant billboard in Addis Ababa advertising Members Only and stressing how “membership has its pleasures,” accompanied by a stark silhouette of a leggy female figure.

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Male infertility Causes – Diseases and Conditions

Male infertility Causes – Diseases and Conditions

🕔23:54, 18.Jun 2014

Causes By Mayo Clinic Staff Male fertility is a complex process. To get your partner pregnant, the following must occur: You must produce healthy sperm. Initially, this involves the growth and formation of the male reproductive organs during puberty. At least

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Eat for a Healthy Heart

Eat for a Healthy Heart

🕔23:17, 17.Jun 2014

By Doug Hanson Understanding the basics about heart-healthy foods and how they work makes planning a heart-healthy diet for your family fast and easy. Eat your vegetables and fruits Parents have been pushing children to eat fruit and vegetables for

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Early Menopause Could Hurt Your Heart

Early Menopause Could Hurt Your Heart

🕔20:29, 16.Jun 2014

By Liza Baskin (dailyRx News) Women typically go through menopause in their early 50s. Hitting menopause before this age might carry some serious risks to the heart. A recent study found that women who went through early natural menopause (between

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Periodic fasting ‘may protect against diabetes in at-risk groups’

Periodic fasting ‘may protect against diabetes in at-risk groups’

🕔19:23, 16.Jun 2014

Written by David McNamee At the 2014 American Diabetes Association Scientific Sessions in San Francisco, CA, researchers present new findings on how diabetes risk in prediabetics may be combated by periodic fasting. In people who have prediabetes, the amount of glucose

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Osteoarthritis Patients May Not Benefit From Physical Therapy

Osteoarthritis Patients May Not Benefit From Physical Therapy

🕔19:21, 16.Jun 2014

By Liza Baskin (dailyRx News) Physical therapy is a commonly recommended treatment for patients with osteoarthritis. Yet, new research questions whether it does much good for patients with painful hip osteoarthritis. A recent study found that physical therapy did not

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Study provides new insight into the formation of the nervous system

Study provides new insight into the formation of the nervous system

🕔19:18, 16.Jun 2014

Written by Honor Whiteman New research from the Karolinska Institutet in Sweden has revealed some interesting new findings about the formation of part of the nervous system, which they say could lead to new treatments for nervous system disorders that are

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Study reveals molecular mechanism behind alcohol-related brain damage

Study reveals molecular mechanism behind alcohol-related brain damage

🕔19:12, 16.Jun 2014

By Honor Whiteman Medical News Today It has been well documented that heavy alcohol use can cause damage to the brain. But for the first time, researchers from the University of the Basque Country in Spain and the University of Nottingham

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Neural noise’ may influence free will, study suggests

Neural noise’ may influence free will, study suggests

🕔19:45, 14.Jun 2014

Written by Honor Whiteman Medical News Today   Where does “free will” – our abil ity to make uninfluenced choices – stem from? According to new research from the University of California-Davis, variation in electrical brain patterns may play a part

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Things That You Should Know When You Become Pregnant At The Age Of 40

Things That You Should Know When You Become Pregnant At The Age Of 40

🕔02:05, 14.Jun 2014

Many women become pregnant in the first time at the age of 40. Although we cannot deny that the rate of becoming pregnant at this age is lower than the popular age of becoming pregnant a lot. When you want

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Eating processed red meat ‘linked to heart failure’

Eating processed red meat ‘linked to heart failure’

🕔20:11, 13.Jun 2014

Written by David McNamee Medical News Today Eating processed red meat increases risk of potentially fatal heart failure in men, according to a new study in the American Heart Association journal Circulation: Heart Failure. Almost 6 million Americans have heart failure, and half

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Low cholesterol not a good sign for patients with kidney cancer

Low cholesterol not a good sign for patients with kidney cancer

🕔19:56, 13.Jun 2014

Written by Catharine Paddock PhD Medical News Today New research adds yet another twist to the increasingly complex story surrounding cholesterol and health. It would seem that low cholesterol, which we are told is good for our heart, is not a

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Brain activity may explain why some smokers find it hard to quit

Brain activity may explain why some smokers find it hard to quit

🕔19:52, 13.Jun 2014

Written by Honor Whiteman Medical News Today When it comes to quitting smoking, some people find it easier than others. Now, new research from Pennsylvania State University, recently published in the journal Cognitive, Affective and Behavioral Neuroscience may explain why. The research team,

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Female Genital Cutting: Painful procedures in the name of tradition

Female Genital Cutting: Painful procedures in the name of tradition

🕔10:11, 13.Jun 2014

It is a big day for eight-year-old Hanna Tadesse* and her best friend helps her get ready. Today is the day her parents have decided that she will be circumcised. “We know about the health risks, but this is our

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A Fight as U.S. Girls Face Genital Cutting Abroad

A Fight as U.S. Girls Face Genital Cutting Abroad

🕔09:52, 13.Jun 2014

By JULIE TURKEWITZ New York Times ATLANTA — Last summer, an American-born teenager of Somali descent fled her parents’ home in a suburb here after she discovered that a coming vacation to Somalia would include a sacred rite of passage:

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Dental Charts to Understand Tooth Numbering System

Dental Charts to Understand Tooth Numbering System

🕔14:34, 11.Jun 2014

By Smita Pandit Dental numbering or notation systems provide the dentists with a standard method for referring to particular teeth. This Buzzle write-up presents dental charts to understand tooth numbering systems. Did You Know?The Universal Numbering System, which is widely

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There’s no evidence to suggest mobile phones in trouser pockets affect men’s fertility

There’s no evidence to suggest mobile phones in trouser pockets affect men’s fertility

🕔13:12, 11.Jun 2014

A new study has claimed that keeping mobile phones in trouser pockets can damage a man’s sperm count, affecting his chances of becoming a father. While the possibility that mobile phone radiation could adversely affect fertility is understandably of great interest to

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