Weight-loss superfood: 6 tips for a healthy gut

Weight-loss superfood: 6 tips for a healthy gut

🕔10:15, 30.Oct 2014

By Katherine Tallmadge Over the years, I’ve noticed that clients who added a certain item to their diet seemed more likely to lose weight. And this happened even when their calorie intake remained the same. What is this superfood? It’s

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Paralyzed Man Walks

Paralyzed Man Walks

🕔16:26, 26.Oct 2014

Did Nose Cells Help Paralyzed Man Walk? By Peter Russell WebMD Health News Reviewed by Keith Barnard, MD Oct. 21, 2014 – A group of doctors and scientists say a paralyzed man has been able to walk again after surgery

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Tuberculosis (TB) Treatment

Tuberculosis (TB) Treatment

🕔15:13, 26.Oct 2014

Topic Overview What is tuberculosis? Tuberculosis (TB) is an infection caused by slow-growing bacteria that grow best in areas of the body that have lots of blood and oxygen. That’s why it is most often found in the lungs. This

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5 Foods That May Hurt Male Fertility

5 Foods That May Hurt Male Fertility

🕔14:56, 26.Oct 2014

By Laura Tedesco / October 23, 2014 Guys, you’ve heard the standard advice for protecting your swimmers: Don’t wear tight undies. Keep your laptop far from, well, your lap. Stop smoking ASAP. But there may be an even easier way to

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Police Couple Kissing taken more serious than bribery The most Costs kissing in our World

Police Couple Kissing taken more serious than bribery The most Costs kissing in our World

🕔16:57, 24.Oct 2014

Police Couple Kissing taken more serious than bribery The most Costs kissing in our World

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Tuberculosis (TB)

Tuberculosis (TB)

🕔10:59, 23.Oct 2014

  The Facts on Tuberculosis Tuberculosis (TB) is one of the most common infections in the world. About 2 billion people are infected with TB and nearly 3 million people are killed by it each year. The bacterium that causes

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Could eating more fish make antidepressants work better?

Could eating more fish make antidepressants work better?

🕔18:23, 20.Oct 2014

By David McNamee Medical News Today New research finds that increasing fatty fish intake may be one way to improve the response rate among depressed patients who do not find antidepressants beneficial. Up to half of patients with depression do

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Men and women process, store fat differently, study suggests

Men and women process, store fat differently, study suggests

🕔15:32, 18.Oct 2014

By Melinda Carstensen Men and pre-menopausal women may process fat differently, leaving men at a greater risk for excess fat-related illnesses such as heart disease and obesity, a new study suggests. “It had been really well reported that brain inflammation

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16 staff members of Doctors Without Borders infected with Ebola

16 staff members of Doctors Without Borders infected with Ebola

🕔13:52, 16.Oct 2014

Liberia’s transport minister quarantined after her driver died  SIERRA LEONE (ASSOCIATED PRESS) — A Sierra Leone soldier has tested positive for Ebola but he is not a member of, and had no contact with, a battalion of peacekeepers waiting to

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20 fascinating facts about our sense of smell

20 fascinating facts about our sense of smell

🕔00:05, 15.Oct 2014

Why is our sense of smell such a vital part of our lives – and how has it influenced science, art, culture and history? This might sound like common scents . . . but the aroma of breakfast is a

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The 7 best strength exercises you’re not doing

The 7 best strength exercises you’re not doing

🕔12:05, 14.Oct 2014

By Eric Bach (Life by DailyBurn) — Every exercise in your strength program has a purpose — to help you build strength and muscle, burn fat, and improve your fitness. While there’s a time and a place for nearly any

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Can all US hospitals safely treat Ebola?

Can all US hospitals safely treat Ebola?

🕔11:34, 13.Oct 2014

Associated Press A breach of infection control resulting in a Dallas health worker getting Ebola raises fresh questions about whether hospitals truly can safely take care of people with the deadly virus, as health officials insist is possible. Even in

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9 purported health benefits of drinking coffee

9 purported health benefits of drinking coffee

🕔21:22, 11.Oct 2014

By Chris Gayomali “Often people think of coffee just as a vehicle for caffeine,” writes Dr. Rob van Dam of the Harvard School of Public Health. “But it’s actually a very complex beverage,” containing hundreds of different chemical compounds. Grown

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Stroke

Stroke

🕔17:01, 11.Oct 2014

What Is a Stroke? A stroke occurs if the flow of oxygen-rich blood to a portion of the brain is blocked. Without oxygen, brain cells start to die after a few minutes. Sudden bleeding in the brain also can cause

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Menstruation and the menstrual cycle fact sheet

Menstruation and the menstrual cycle fact sheet

🕔02:03, 11.Oct 2014

What is menstruation? Menstruation (men-STRAY-shuhn) is a woman’s monthly bleeding. When you menstruate, your body sheds the lining of the uterus (womb). Menstrual blood flows from the uterus through the small opening in the cervix and passes out of the

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The drug-free way to fight depression: New hope to the one in five people threatened by the illness

The drug-free way to fight depression: New hope to the one in five people threatened by the illness

🕔21:54, 10.Oct 2014

  It is thought that one in five people succumb to depression, the most common mental health problem But although prescription rates are rising – from 15 million in 1998 to 40 million in 2012 – for some 62 per

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Early detection of colorectal cancer may be possible with newly found biomarkers

Early detection of colorectal cancer may be possible with newly found biomarkers

🕔10:44, 9.Oct 2014

By Catharine Paddock PhD Medical News Today A new study published in the British Journal of Cancer promises to open up new avenues toward swifter diagnosis of colorectal cancer by identifying two potential biomarkers for the early detection of the

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1st Ebola patient diagnosed in the US dies

1st Ebola patient diagnosed in the US dies

🕔20:22, 8.Oct 2014

The Associated Press · Dallas · Oct 8, 2014 A Dallas hospital spokesman says the first Ebola patient diagnosed in the United States has died. Wendell Watson of Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital says Thomas Eric Duncan died Wednesday morning. More:

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Malnutrition

Malnutrition

🕔22:38, 6.Oct 2014

What is malnutrition? Malnutrition in people with cancer occurs when you are eating less energy and protein than the amount your body needs. This can lead to unplanned weight loss and a reduction in body fat and muscle. Compared to

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Top 10 Myths About Safe Sex and Sexual Health

Top 10 Myths About Safe Sex and Sexual Health

🕔12:11, 6.Oct 2014

By AMANDA MacMILLAN / ABC News You know the best place to get information about your sexual health is from your doctor, but for whatever reason—convenience, privacy, or anxiety and urgency—you may one day find yourself searching the Internet for

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