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‘I’m allergic to my husband’

‘I’m allergic to my husband’

🕔13:12, 16.Jan 2017

By Lucy Wallis BBC World Service Twenty-nine-year-old Johanna Watkins from Minnesota cannot kiss her husband Scott, or even spend time in the same room as him. She suffers from Mast Cell Activation Syndrome, a rare disorder of the immune system,

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Depression Harms Heart as Much as Obesity and Cholesterol

Depression Harms Heart as Much as Obesity and Cholesterol

🕔12:16, 15.Jan 2017

NewsmaxHealth Depression is as big a risk for cardiovascular disease in men as high cholesterol and obesity, according to a study published in the journal Atherosclerosis. “There is little doubt that depression is a risk factor for cardiovascular diseases,” explained

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Psoriasis, Arthritis Linked to Heart Disease

Psoriasis, Arthritis Linked to Heart Disease

🕔11:52, 15.Jan 2017

Thomson/Reuters Arthritis that accompanies the skin condition psoriasis may also come with a higher risk of heart problems, according to a Hong Kong study. In particular, patients with so-called psoriatic arthritis may have a three- to four-fold higher prevalence of

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14 Foods that Cleanse the Liver

14 Foods that Cleanse the Liver

🕔13:23, 14.Jan 2017

by Dr. Edward Group DC, NP, DACBN, DCBCN, DABFM Published on January 31, 2013, Last Updated on October 5, 2015 Modern society is a sad state that produces many over-processed livers. When we overeat or eat processed or fried foods,

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Diet prevents brain atrophy, study finds

Diet prevents brain atrophy, study finds

🕔19:40, 7.Jan 2017

by Ana Sandoiu Published: Thursday 5 January 2017 Mounting evidence emphasizes the health benefits of a Mediterranean diet. New research suggests that the healthful diet helps to preserve brain volume in elderly adults. More and more studies seem to suggest

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Food Makers Pay for Study to Discredit Sugar Research

Food Makers Pay for Study to Discredit Sugar Research

🕔19:28, 7.Jan 2017

by REUTERS A study funded by food companies on Monday challenged recommendations by public health officials for people to cut sugar consumption, saying there was no clear link between consumption of added sugar and health effects. The study is the

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Blood test to predict likelihood of disease years in the future

Blood test to predict likelihood of disease years in the future

🕔16:34, 6.Jan 2017

by Henry Bodkin Asimple blood test that can tell how well a person is likely to ageis on the horizon after scientists cracked blood “signature” patterns which predict ill health. The breakthrough means doctors will be able to assess the

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7 Simple Exercises That Will Transform Your Body in Just 4 Weeks

7 Simple Exercises That Will Transform Your Body in Just 4 Weeks

🕔14:41, 5.Jan 2017

The new year has arrived, and with it, thoughts about getting fit and ready for the spring. However, these intentions tend to not last as long as we would like them to. To get you in shape, we at Bright Side have come up with some simple exercises that will change

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FOOD5 Great Protein Sources That Aren’t Meat

FOOD5 Great Protein Sources That Aren’t Meat

🕔14:30, 3.Jan 2017

You know you can easily meet your daily protein requirements with a steak or a platter of sashimi, but you can get the essential nutrient from these lesser-expected foods, as well. By Corrie Pikul By Corrie Pikul 1. The Best

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6 Doctors Share the Morning Routines They Swear By to Feel Great All Day

6 Doctors Share the Morning Routines They Swear By to Feel Great All Day

🕔20:30, 1.Jan 2017

BY ARIELLE WEG FOR MEN’S HEALTH This article was written by Arielle Weg and provided by our partners atMen’s Health.Some mornings, the struggle is just too real. After you finally part with your pillow, making healthy decisions might be the

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Christmas weight gain can persist for months

Christmas weight gain can persist for months

🕔16:02, 25.Dec 2016

Written by Honor Whiteman istmas Day has arrived – a time to eat, drink, and be merry! But be careful not to overindulge too much; up to half of any weight gained over the holidays is likely to loiter well

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13 Power Foods That Lower Blood Pressure Naturally

13 Power Foods That Lower Blood Pressure Naturally

🕔19:50, 18.Dec 2016

There are certain foods that lower blood pressure to help you reduce how much medication you’re taking, or perhaps allow you to wean yourself off of it entirely. If you’re just trying to prevent your blood pressure from reaching a

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The 5 Biggest Areas of Conflict for Couples

The 5 Biggest Areas of Conflict for Couples

🕔13:57, 13.Dec 2016

Conflict is inevitable in marriage, but here’s how to fight well. One of the most common misconceptions in marriages today is that fighting is a sign of an unhealthy relationship. But is it? Is a healthy marriage really one completely

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Some Breast Cancer Drugs and Blood Vessel Damage But findings from small study are unlikely to change current practice, doctors say

Some Breast Cancer Drugs and Blood Vessel Damage But findings from small study are unlikely to change current practice, doctors say

🕔16:44, 11.Dec 2016

By Amy NortonHealthDay Reporter FRIDAY, Dec. 9, 2016 (HealthDay News) — Women on breast cancer drugs called aromatase inhibitors may show signs of early blood vessel damage that could lead to heart disease, a small study suggests. Researchers found that

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The Fifth-highest paid model, Gigi Hadid reveals she is skinny because of Hashimotos’ disease

The Fifth-highest paid model, Gigi Hadid reveals she is skinny because of Hashimotos’ disease

🕔12:51, 11.Dec 2016

Gigi Hadid has taken the right measures to maintain a healthy weight, despite the illness she’s been battling. By Carolina Gonzales Chron In an interview with Elle, the VS model said she suffers from an autoimmune disorder. Hadid said, “I have

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DISCO TO BEAT DEMENTIA Flashing lights could ‘STOP Alzheimer’s disease in its tracks’

DISCO TO BEAT DEMENTIA Flashing lights could ‘STOP Alzheimer’s disease in its tracks’

🕔13:42, 8.Dec 2016

Strobe-type lighting halts the build-up of harmful amyloid plaques in the brain – a key marker of the most common form of dementia BY NICK MCDERMOTT 7th December 2016, FLASHING disco lights could stop Alzheimer’s in its tracks, a study

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New drug might halt the progress of neurodegenerative disease [by Ana Sandoiu]

New drug might halt the progress of neurodegenerative disease [by Ana Sandoiu]

🕔13:29, 8.Dec 2016

by Ana Sandoiu Published: Wednesday 7 December 2016 Spinal muscular atrophy type 1 is a hereditary disease that causes severe muscle weakness in infants and children. Until now, there was no known cure or disease-modifying treatment for the condition. Clinical

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18 Diseases The World Has Turned Its Back On

18 Diseases The World Has Turned Its Back On

🕔11:56, 7.Dec 2016

Sarah Ruiz-Grossman / Associate Editor, The Huffington Post This article is part HuffPost’s Project Zero campaign, a yearlong series on neglected tropical diseases and efforts to eliminate them. More than 1 billion people on the planet suffer from illnesses that the world pays little

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Uncovering a ‘smoking gun’ in age-related disease

Uncovering a ‘smoking gun’ in age-related disease

🕔10:42, 6.Dec 2016

Science Newsfrom research organizations For the first time, researchers reveal a causal link between RNA splicing and aging Date: December 5, 2016 Source: Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health Summary: Aging is a key risk factor for a variety

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Study: Daily Handful of Nuts Reduces Disease Risk

Study: Daily Handful of Nuts Reduces Disease Risk

🕔10:35, 6.Dec 2016

  SCIENCE & HEALTH VOA News The next time you’re hungry for a snack, you may want to grab a handful of nuts, as new research suggests they lower the risk of heart disease, cancer and other diseases. Specifically, the

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