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The Worst Part of Eating Junk Food Isn't Getting Fat

by   -  November 30th, 2015

by vadimphoto1@gmail.com
by vadimphoto1@gmail.com

You and I both know moderation is key when it comes to eating the foods we crave, but know aren't good for us. However, did you know there's more to fear from your favorite guilty pleasure than just gaining weight? Studies are finding links between a diet high in junk food to problems with energy, memory, and even brain density. All of this spells disaster as we age; eventually causing mental conditions, disorders, and possibly linked to cancer, Alzheimer's, and dementia.

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A Flu Forecast?

by Liubov Edwards   -  November 26th, 2015

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We all keep an eye on daily weather forecast, to be prepared to any change in meteorological conditions. But is it possible to predict some deceases activity, for example flu, the same way? The answer is Yes. Google Flu Trends (GFT) was launched exactly for this purpose. They are able to provide real-time estimates that could accurately guide hospitals and health systems in allocating resources for flu care.

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You Can Have Your Bacon and Eat It Too

by   -  November 23rd, 2015

by @CANPharmacyKing
by @CANPharmacyKing
Have you heard the latest about bacon? People the world over are losing their minds over the World Health Organization’s International Agency for Research on Cancer’s (IARC) latest determination about processed meats. Right before Halloween, the IARC issued a statement labeling processed meats as carcinogenic. Of course, there was an instant uproar over the determination, but take a breather and listen up.

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Texting Obsession

by Liubov Edwards   -  November 19th, 2015

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More and more people are becoming very attached to their smartphones; they are browsing the internet, using social networks and texting. New findings show that obsessive excessive texting can lead to reduce academic performance in teenagers, especially girls.

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The Link Between Diabetes and Mental Illness

by   -  November 16th, 2015

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People with diabetes have enough health concerns to deal with as do people with mental illness. Unfortunately, research shows that those with diabetes have a greater chance of also having a mental illness and those with a mental illness have a greater chance of having diabetes. In other words, if you have both, you’re certainly not alone.

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The Movie Treatment

by Liubov Edwards  -  November 12th, 2015

The Movie Treatment preview

“Lazy eye" or amblyopia affects 2-3 in every 100 children in the US. The most common treatment for this condition so far is the placement of a patch over the stronger eye for quite a long time, so the only weaker eye will be used.

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Postpartum Depression Can Be a Family Affair

by   -  November 9th, 2015

by Jim_Filim
by Jim_Filim
Most parents, new or otherwise, have at least heard the term postpartum depression (PPD) in passing. It’s a pretty common term these days. Recently, Hayden Panettiere of the television show “Nashville" took the spotlight by taking leave from the popular show to focus on her PPD.

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Birthday Wishes to King Kong Bundy

by CanadianPharmacyKing  -  November 6th, 2015

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Christopher Alan Pallies, known as King Kong Bundy, is about to celebrate his 58th birthday on November 7th. Born in Atlantic City, New Jersey, King Kong Bundy is an American pro-wrestler, stand-up comedian, and actor. He achieved mainstream recognition during the 1980’s and 90’s through being apart of the World Wrestling Federation (WWF, but now called WWE).

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Oh, We Are Always Under a Cloud

by Liubov Edwards  -  November 4th, 2015

Oh We Are Always Under a cloud preview

Most of us scared of microbes and try our best to avoid catching them. But according to a study, every one of us has his own “microbial cloud", which is unique and individual like ones fingerprints. These microbes can be spread through direct contact and through air, so it crowded places these clouds can simply clash.

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Bipolar Disorder and Teens: What You Need To Know

by   -  November 2nd, 2015

by Aleutie
by Aleutie
The teenage years are already defined by some pretty intense mood swings. While this is a fact of life, there are cases when parents should take note and even take action. For families with a history of Bipolar Disorder, children are 9x more likely to also develop it; typically becoming symptomatic between the later teenage years and into early adulthood.

There are several factors that can contribute to Bipolar Disorder. Some of them include genetics, abnormal brain structure and brain function, and even other anxiety disorders.

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