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Cilantro Pesto Removes Heavy Metals & Health Benefits

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Cilantro Pesto Removes Heavy Metals 1) Cilantro There's nothing I like more than learning about inexpensive, common herbs or spices that exhibit unusual healing properties. Historically, the use of...

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Fantastic!  An inexpensive way to eat well and delicious.

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Testosterone doesn't boost functioning in older men

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NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Older men who use testosterone gel may see small improvements in their muscle-to-fat ratio but are unlikely to glean any benefits in flexibility, endurance and general ability...

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How to Train Your Brain to Alleviate Anxiety

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Our thoughts affect our brains. More specifically, “… what you pay attention to, what you think and feel and want, and how you work with your reactions to things sculpt your brain in multiple ways.” In other words, how you use your mind can change your brain. Here are three anxiety-alleviating practices to try.


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Depression Linked with Sleep Breathing Problems, Study Finds

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Experiencing breathing problems during sleep may raise your risk of depression, a new study suggests.

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Morgan Rector's comment, February 26, 2013 2:08 PM
This article will help me prove that depression can be caused by other factors that may go unnoticed. Also, it can be caused by internal problems rather than external.
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3 Quick Questions Help ID Ovarian Cancer Risk - MedicineNet

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Screening all women for ovarian cancer does more harm than good. But a three-item questionnaire identifies women most likely to benefit from further tests.
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New Test for Early Detection of Pancreatic Cancer

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A 15-year-old boy named Jack Andraka invents a dipstick-type sensor for early and reliable detection of pancreatic, ovarian, and lung cancer.

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Sleep apnea puts patients at risk for delirium after surgery

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An anecdotal observation of a possible link between sleep apnea and post-surgical delirium has been measured and confirmed by a team of researchers at the Duke University Medical Center.

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Getting Started

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One of the simplest first steps to take towards a healthier lifestyle is to simply ADD more fresh fruits, vegetables, nuts, seeds and sprouts to your diet. By increasing the amount of whole plant...
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Changing your Food Ethics

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We can avoid diabetes, heart problems, cancer, hypertension, dementia and many other health issues we by staying active, avoiding stress and anxiety and eating live healthy nutritious foods

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Bill Palladino - MLUI's curator insight, February 25, 2013 8:25 AM

I have a couple reasons for posting this. 1. it's the message.  That's easy enough, we should all eat better.  2. that it comes from an organization called the Seattle Organic Restaurants.  Yes, that was plural. 

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Is aspirin really safe? - Moneylife

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The use of aspirin to ward off heart attacks and strokes in healthy people to prevent those diseases, as is usually made out by the prescribing doctors, must be abandoned, say researchers now.

 

The Drugs and Therapeutics Bulletin of the UK says that aspirin can cause serious internal bleeding and, curiously, is shown NOT to reduce heart attack deaths. The Bulletin goes on to say that all patients on the drug currently should see their doctors for review.

 

The more recent revelation is about the serious eye damage caused by long-term use of aspirin (even short-term use could do that) that makes it doubly dangerous for healthy users. Blindness due to macular damage is not a rare complication of aspirin and is irreversible.


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Sepp Hasslberger's curator insight, March 8, 2013 3:34 AM

If you don't sell enough of a drug, invent a new use for it. That's what happened with aspirin, it was lauded as the new heart attack prevention. Take one a day. Don't worry about internal bleeding, eye trouble, strokes, or about the fact that there really is no reduction of heart attacks. Now take your pill like a good boy!

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Juice Recipes, Smoothie Recipes | Reboot With Joe

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Find hundreds of fresh juice, smoothie, and other vegetarian recipes for everyday health and weight loss.
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STUDY | nutritious brain berries

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Berry fruits are high in antidoxidants that essentially protect cells from damage. However, new research suggests the unique compounds found in berries also benefit motor control and cognition. Guess all those seeds in your teeth are worth something, aye?


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ToriShearon's curator insight, March 7, 2013 1:35 PM

Delicious and nutricious! Berry friuts help your brain.. who knew?

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Get Off Your Thyroid Medication And Start Consuming Coconut Oil

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Get Off Your Thyroid Medication And Start Consuming Coconut Oil

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Can Eating a Healthy Diet Actually Save You Money? | Today I Will

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Can eating a #healthy #diet actually save you money? http://t.co/oJuTf1hFDp http://t.co/jFUUZmfHgt

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leedobbins's curator insight, April 5, 2013 9:34 AM

Eating healthy seems like it's expensive, but it can save money on your grocery bill now and in doctors bills later on in life. The key is to eat what you buy and not waste food.

Danielle Schaeffer's curator insight, April 9, 2013 8:47 AM

It's not only healthier to eat food from your own garden, gardening is also good for your health too.  Growing your own food can save you a lot of money and increase your healt too.

 

Arun Shrivastava's curator insight, April 24, 2013 10:23 AM

This is so true and yet people ignore this simple solution to our health problems. We are so fortunate in India that we have hundreds of varieties of grains, vegetables, fruits, nuts, roots, stems, barks, leaves...and we all use some of these in our everyday meals. And our lands can produce heaps and heaps of food and yet over 50% of us are malnourished and facing serious health problems.

 

Our kids have being vaccinated when there is no need for vaccination, no need for expensive modern medical care and for the rich medical insurance. We lived a very healthy life 50 years ago and if we take some hard decisions we can easily go back to the basics of good food, nutrious foods and good health.

 

Wanna make a start? Dump canola oil, the so-called "healthy oil"...if at all you wish to use oil, use local mustard oil, Ghee, local white butter, coconut oil, sesame seed oil....so many. From the time Lever Bros introduced DALDA to today when worst criminal food multinational corporations have entered India, they have created a health disaster.

 

 

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The Science of Addictive Food

Our health reporter Kelly Crowe looks at the science behind making the food that's so bad for us taste so good.

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Link between fast food and depression confirmed

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A new study shows that eating fast food is linked to a greater risk of suffering from depression. Results reveal that consumers of fast food, compared to those who eat little or none, are . . .


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Menopause Madness: The Weight Gain | Olga's Secret

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I am so thrilled to once again welcome Dr. Miriam Greene M.D. as a contributor to the Olga?s Secret blog as she discusses #Menopause and Weight Gain.


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New Genetic Tests Determines Breast Cancer and Ovarian Cancer Risks

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COMMENTARY | New research has uncovered that mutations in the PPM1D gene is associated with an increased risk of breast cancer and ovarian cancer. Unlike BRCA1 and BRCA2 mutations, the PPM1D mutation is not inherited.

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Yoga, Stretching and Dance Combines Mind, Body and Fitness Together

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The basic idea of combining is to get all the benefits of yoga and aerobics in one hour.

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Mike Eis's curator insight, March 15, 2013 8:26 PM

Combining the practices of yoga with dance and stretching improves the body's physiology and strength.

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Drug May Ease Angina in People With Type 2 Diabetes

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Ranexa shows effectiveness, especially in patients with poor blood sugar control, study finds

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CNN Lifestream Video

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Dr. Sanjay Gupta discusses coronary stents with Steve Nissen and Jeffrey Marshall president of SCAI


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Seth Bilazarian, MD's curator insight, March 14, 2013 1:09 PM

Its reassuirng that Dr Gupta admits that the video is misleading when it implied that the patient profiled was mistreated and then went to Cleveland Clinic and was treated only with cholesterol medication.

Dr. Nissen takes a provocotave position not supported by the evidence (or my expereince) that most patients are being treated without preventitive efforts.  Its just not true. (It's irresponsible and misleading).  Of course we could do better.

Dr. Marshall makes a strong case that stents are critical and life saving in the setting of heart attaclks and threatend heart attacksd.  Scaring the public about stents does a huge disservice if patuients are discouraqged from recieving stents in the setting of a heart attack.

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13 Great Benefits of Eating Avocado Seeds

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By Dr Paul Haider Everyone knows about Avocados... but did you know that Avocado Seeds are full of great health benefits?

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Kat Carroll's curator insight, March 12, 2013 7:39 AM

Amazing information! Why haven't we heard of this? Have YOU?

Catherine Dalton's curator insight, March 12, 2013 7:46 AM

Apparently we're missing out on important nutrients when we throw parts of fruits and veggies away.  Pineapple cores are also densely filled with good stuff.

Nicole Hauck's curator insight, October 14, 2013 5:54 PM

This is really interesting because the seed, or what I thought was the pit of the avocado, is edible. The pits are very tough and appeared inedible. This could go in the section that shows other ways to use avocados, while it is food related, I intend for the recipes to focus on using the flesh of the avocados. It also provides many health benefits I haven't heard of before - possible prevention of tumor growth, reducing GI tract inflammation, strengthening of immune system, reducing asthma, and improving weigh loss. This shows readers how they can really get the most of their money, and get important nutrients we often throw away. The article also tells the reader how to prepare the avocado seed so it can be ingested. 

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Docs to pharma marketers youre not getting it

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An ePharma Summit panel of physicians takes the sheen off new marketing initiatives by telling pharmas they find them useless.

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Patti Peeples's curator insight, March 8, 2013 8:37 AM

Marketing to consumers and MDs is all pharma is doing in the digital world.  And that's what this ScoopIt and my website, HealthEconomics.Com, is changing.  Let's talk to the real decision-makers:  Payers.

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Bodybuilding Nutrition - Everything You Need to Know to Get Big

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You can only work so hard in the gym, I've learned from personal experience that nothing will help you pack muscle faster than mastering the aspects of bodybuilding nutrition

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Ellen Diane's comment, March 18, 2013 7:09 AM
I will scoop it- I can't do 2 T of applecider vinegar before bed...unless on a salad...:)
Larry 's curator insight, March 26, 2013 10:46 AM

My thoughts about his article are reall helpful to me i never knew sleeping after each workout had an impact of how you gained muscle and weight. This will help me from now on only if i could eat vegetables.