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WSU, UW and PNNL: Rival schools make for good partners - Tri-City Herald

Energy Medicine - Sat, 2017-10-21 16:31

Tri-City Herald

WSU, UW and PNNL: Rival schools make for good partners
Tri-City Herald
Looking ahead, PNNL will work even more closely with UW, WSU and other universities in the region on challenges ranging from clean energy to precision medicine. We will leverage our resources, combine our strengths and deliver results that will improve ...

Be your bosom's buddy – it might save your life - Star2.com

Alternative Cancer Treatment - Sat, 2017-10-21 16:06

Star2.com

Be your bosom's buddy – it might save your life
Star2.com
“Get treatment as soon as possible. Do not delay. Alternative treatments do not work. We have seen a lot of patients who, after seeking alternative treatment, come back to us worse. Often, it's turned from treatable breast cancer to one that's ...

Categories: Cancer News

Alcoholism and drug council holds annual meeting - Ashland Times Gazette

Alcoholism - Sat, 2017-10-21 15:47

Ashland Times Gazette

Alcoholism and drug council holds annual meeting
Ashland Times Gazette
The Ashland County Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse held its 33rd annual meeting Friday in the midst of rising opiate overdose reports and a large number of legal prescription drugs with “addiction potential” dispensed in the county. The meeting ...

Categories: Alcoholism News

Secret Life: Cranford man hosts online hsummit - MyCentralJersey.com

Energy Medicine - Sat, 2017-10-21 13:23

MyCentralJersey.com

Secret Life: Cranford man hosts online hsummit
MyCentralJersey.com
Chiropractor Robert A. Hayden, a spokesman for the American Chiropractic Association, explains how he performs a Medicare patient's spinal manipulation. He is founder of Iris City Chiropractic Center in Griffin, Ga. Anthony Fox, VPC.

Jacksonville City Council to vote on suing makers, distributors of prescription painkillers - Florida Times-Union

Prescription Pills Addiction - Sat, 2017-10-21 13:23

Florida Times-Union

Jacksonville City Council to vote on suing makers, distributors of prescription painkillers
Florida Times-Union
The City Council plans to vote on legislation Tuesday to direct city attorneys to find an outside law firm to sue several companies that manufacture and distribute prescription painkillers. Cities across the country have struggled in recent years to ...

Faster than Normal: Secrets of the ADHD Brain - The Good Men Project (blog)

ADHD - Sat, 2017-10-21 12:29

The Good Men Project (blog)

Faster than Normal: Secrets of the ADHD Brain
The Good Men Project (blog)
Today, I have an awesome return guest on to talk about ADHD and ADD. Peter Shankman's new book, Faster Than Normal, is the number one new release on Amazon. He is back to help us uncover the secrets of ADHD and give us alternatives to medication.

Categories: ADHD News

1.5 billion people at risk of iodine deficiency disorders - Eastern Mirror

Nutrient Deficiency - Sat, 2017-10-21 12:01

The New Indian Express

1.5 billion people at risk of iodine deficiency disorders
Eastern Mirror
Stressing on iodised salt and its importance, she said Iodine remains one of the most neglected and most wide spread of all nutritional deficiencies. Iodine which is an essential micro nutrient required for normal body and brain development, its intake ...
Kohima Village declared 'non-iodized salt free'Morung Express

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Knowing the signs, symptoms of breast cancer saved their lives - Press of Atlantic City

Nutrition and Cancer - Sat, 2017-10-21 11:01

Press of Atlantic City

Knowing the signs, symptoms of breast cancer saved their lives
Press of Atlantic City
Fighting breast cancer is a physical journey--blood tests, surgery, chemo treatments, hair loss, aches and pains--but it can also be an emotional and psychological journey that bears scars you cannot see from the outside. .... Men, women, children and ...

Categories: Cancer News

Knowing the signs, symptoms of breast cancer saved their lives - Press of Atlantic City

Alternative Cancer Treatment - Sat, 2017-10-21 11:01

Press of Atlantic City

Knowing the signs, symptoms of breast cancer saved their lives
Press of Atlantic City
Fighting breast cancer is a physical journey--blood tests, surgery, chemo treatments, hair loss, aches and pains--but it can also be an emotional and psychological journey that bears scars you cannot see from the outside. Dawn Comeaux, 54, of ...

Categories: Cancer News

Homoeopathy can treat B12 deficiency- The New Indian Express - The New Indian Express

Nutrient Deficiency - Sat, 2017-10-21 10:32

The New Indian Express

Homoeopathy can treat B12 deficiency- The New Indian Express
The New Indian Express
Vitamin B12 is normally involved in the metabolism of each and every cell of the body. It is one of the water-soluble vitamins which means it circulates through ...

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Legalizing Recreational Marijuana in Colorado Reversed a 14-Year Trend of Rising Opioid-Related Deaths - Madison.com

Marijuana Addiction - Sat, 2017-10-21 10:32

Madison.com

Legalizing Recreational Marijuana in Colorado Reversed a 14-Year Trend of Rising Opioid-Related Deaths
Madison.com
The marijuana industry is, for lack of a better pun, sprouting like a weed. According to cannabis research firm ArcView, the North American legal weed market grew by 34% in 2016 and is expected to expand by a compound annual rate of 26% through 2021.

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LA MESA WOMAN'S CORNUCOPIA SITE OFFERS GIFTS TO NOURISH BREAST CANCER PATIENTS IN BODY AND ... - East County Magazine

Cancer Fighting Foods - Sat, 2017-10-21 09:51

East County Magazine

LA MESA WOMAN'S CORNUCOPIA SITE OFFERS GIFTS TO NOURISH BREAST CANCER PATIENTS IN BODY AND ...
East County Magazine
A Cancer-Fighting Kitchen Cookbook by Rebecca Katz with Mat Edelson, fanciful chemo IV bag labels, a lacy racerback bra and a detox deodorant are just a few more of the products that she offers. To Herrmann it is personal---she lost her mother to ...

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Categories: Cancer News

Are alcoholics born or made? - Telegraph.co.uk

Alcoholism - Sat, 2017-10-21 09:00

Telegraph.co.uk

Are alcoholics born or made?
Telegraph.co.uk
When one parent is staunchly teetotal and the other a full-blown alcoholic, it is difficult, says Ronnie Joice with delicate understatement, “to work out how to drink safely.” The 30-year-old says he “very rarely drink[s] now, but I used to drink to ...

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Categories: Alcoholism News

Can Electric Currents Beat Cocaine Addiction? - Medical News Bulletin

Cocaine Addiction - Sat, 2017-10-21 08:42

Medical News Bulletin

Can Electric Currents Beat Cocaine Addiction?
Medical News Bulletin
Historically, one of the most addictive and most used illicit drugs has been cocaine. Today, cocaine remains the most frequently used drug after cannabis, with an estimated 14 to 21 million people worldwide partaking in its use. Pure cocaine is ...

Baby Powder Cancer and Talcum Powder Lawsuit - Checkbiotech.org (press release)

Ritalin - Sat, 2017-10-21 08:41

Baby Powder Cancer and Talcum Powder Lawsuit
Checkbiotech.org (press release)
The name Ritalin refers to Methylphenidate. This medication is approved for children aged 6 and older. The name Ritalin SR refers to extended-release methylphenidate. This medication is approved for children aged 6 and older. The name Ritalin LA refers ...

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Categories: ADHD News

What Is Acupressure? The Traditional Chinese Medicine Has Pretty Awesome Science Behind It - Bustle

Energy Medicine - Sat, 2017-10-21 07:37

Bustle

What Is Acupressure? The Traditional Chinese Medicine Has Pretty Awesome Science Behind It
Bustle
Acupressure works by targeting certain pressure points on the body with steady force (acupuncture uses a needle, while acupressure merely uses fingers) and is thought in Chinese medicine to be a way of regulating bodily energy, aiding disease healing ...

Nutritional supplements may help prevent migraines - Chicago Daily Herald

Nutritional Medicine - Sat, 2017-10-21 06:42

Chicago Daily Herald

Nutritional supplements may help prevent migraines
Chicago Daily Herald
In short, more studies are needed. That said, CoQ10, riboflavin and melatonin all seem like reasonable approaches to help prevent migraines. • Robert Ashley, M.D., is an internist and assistant professor of medicine at the University of California, Los ...

Amazon's Whole Foods deal isn't disrupting grocery prices - Quartz

Organic Food - Sat, 2017-10-21 06:16

Quartz

Amazon's Whole Foods deal isn't disrupting grocery prices
Quartz
The first two days after prices dropped, the number of Whole Foods shoppers swelled by 25%. So is the retail giant on track to disrupt the marketplace for organic produce in the US? To answer this question, Quartz looked at the advertised retail prices ...

Dear doctors: Don't forget women are different from men - Toronto Sun

Osteoporosis - Sat, 2017-10-21 05:09

Toronto Sun

Dear doctors: Don't forget women are different from men
Toronto Sun
It helps to explain why women are more susceptible to several diseases such as diabetes, Alzheimer's disease, osteoporosis, urinary tract infections, irritable bowel syndrome and depression. How many readers know that when women eat food or take ...

Four million women suffering because we had the wrong hormone replacement therapy - Courier Mail

Osteoporosis - Sat, 2017-10-21 05:00

Courier Mail

Four million women suffering because we had the wrong hormone replacement therapy
Courier Mail
Leading researchers and menopause specialists have sounded the alarm and are urging women to switch to a newly available French product Prometrium that is a natural progesterone. The pill has to be used with an oestrogen tablet, patch or gel ... Women ...

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