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Cigarettes linked to 1 in 4 lung cancer deaths

Cigarettes linked to 1 in 4 cancer deaths

Lung cancer remains the number one cause of death among those diagnosed with the ”Big C” in the US, with the largest number of fatalities among male smokers recorded in Arkansas (40%), while Kentucky ranks highest in death among women who smoke (29%). The lowest numbers of smoking-related deaths, however, are found in Utah. Unfortunately, smoking-related deaths affect all states, …

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SIDS Sudden Infant Death Syndrome

Guarding against SIDS: Why babies should share parents’ room

There is no greater tragedy for new parents than the sudden loss of their infant. And while those born with birth defects of serious illness pose their own forms of devastation, the unexpected death of an otherwise healthy baby caused by Sudden Infant Death Syndrome I(SIDS) is perhaps the hardest to fathom, particularly because medical science has yet to come …

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Lies heavy on the brain

Lying heavy on the brain

Just about everyone lies or has lied at some degree in their lives.These can range from major issues, such as a guy telling a woman he is not married, or he wants a “divorce, but his wife won’t grant one,” to pinning the rap on an innocent party to avoid punishment, etc. Then, of course, there is a whole slew …

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Artificial pancreas gives real hope to diabetics

Artificial pancreas gives real hope to diabetics

The FDA has just announced approval for the 1st all-in-one artificial pancreas, giving new hope for approximately 29 million type 1 diabetics (about 5% of the population) in the US, and eliminating the need for constant self-checking of blood sugar levels throughout the day. and injections to compensate for fluctuations. Instead, the device, known as the MiniMed 670G, includes a …

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gut health

Gut Health and Personalized Diets

Digestive disorders are almost becoming a trend nowadays with more and more people having them. If if they don’t have them, some just pretend to be gluten or lactose intolerant without even know what it means, so they can be cool while ordering at a restaurant. It’s not surprising that most of us have some kind of digestive disorders because …

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Lurong Living Reviews | Does it Work or Scam?

Lurong Living is a line of all-natural dietary supplements that address mental performance and general health. At the moment the line only includes 2 supplements, but both of them have very interesting properties and manage to stand out among similar products. The brain enhancer, Elite Energy, includes some ingredients that are rarely found similar products. On top of that, it’s …

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benefits of acupuncture

The Benefits of Acupuncture

The Benefits of Acupuncture – What You Need to Know One of the world’s oldest medicinal practice, this traditional Chinese medicine practice has hundreds of life-changing benefits. These benefits of Acupuncture can range from helping with depression and anxiety, insomnia, chronic pain, migraines, arthritis, and so much more. Acupuncture is the practice where a series of small needles are placed …

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Internet addiction tied to mental illness

Internet addiction tied to mental illness

Canadian scientists at McMaster University in Ontario recently confirmed what other researchers have known for years, namely that addiction to the internet, whether via computers, smartphones, and/or tablet can cause several types of mental illnesses. While the Canadian study, led by Dr Michael Van Amerigen, evaluated 254 college freshman using a test known as the Internet Addiction Test (IAT) developed …

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Using stem cells to stop macular degeneration

Using stem cells to stop macular degeneration

Age-related macular degeneration currently affects more than 23.5 million people over the age of 50 worldwide and is the 4th most common cause of blindness after cataracts, preterm birth, and glaucoma. However, Dr. Marc Grossman of Natural Eye Care, Inc. in New Paltz, NY does not believe that the eye disease, in general, is “an inevitable part of the aging …

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Diagnosing Parkinson’s via retinal exam

Diagnosing Parkinson’s via retinal exam

Researchers have set their sights on a simple eye test that could reveal the earliest indications for Parkinson’s Disease in humans providing doctors with the ability to recognize the early stages, and thus instigate effective and safe intervention before major problems appear. Many people may not realize is that Parkinson’s actually starts one or more decades before the onset of …

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