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It's time to spring clean your diet

Apr 29th, 2010

Spring has arrived, and with longer days and warmer weather comes a new crop of fresh produce.

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Body mass index directly linked to ARDS risk

Jan 21st, 2010

As body mass index (BMI) rises, so too does a person's risk of developing acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS), according to a Harvard-based research team.

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Chubby? Blame your kitchen

Jan 21st, 2010

The kitchen is the heart of your home, but it might also be at the heart of your unwanted weight.

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Study: Mood Improves on Low-Fat, Not Low-Carb Diet

Nov 12th, 2009

Australian researchers have found, diet low in fat boost dieters mood than diet low in carb. The result suggests there are some aspect in low carb diet that may have had detrimental effects on mood.

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Mediterranean diet cuts depression risk

Oct 20th, 2009

Mediterranean diet - not that fancy; very simple diet rich in vegetables, fruits, nuts, whole grains and fish can cut the risk of depression. Try it!

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One pair of dirty hands equals many infections

Oct 20th, 2009

A good hand wash is the key to prevent H1N1 flu and all other infectious diseases. One pair of dirty hands may ruine all the good works have been done. So don't forget to wash your hands, no matter how busy you are!

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Beer pong: unkindest cup of all?

Oct 14th, 2009

Now the H1N1 flu has another way to lay you low. No more beer pong. No weekend fun with the friends, it may give you H1N1 flu; which you don't want anyway!

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Chocolate, water blunt pain: study

Oct 14th, 2009

Eating chocolate and drinkig water has the same effect that blunts pain. But chocolate, as you know, has other consequences like weight gain and such. Drinking water has the same effect and zero consequences, now its your choice!

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Eating When You Should be Asleep! And More Sneaky Factors Working Against Your Weight-Loss Equation.

Sep 30th, 2009

Exercise and dieting aside, there are behavioral and biological factors, which have real influence on your weight. Know, what are they and how they are working against your efforts to control your own weight.

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Many Swine flu deaths linked to Pneumonia

Sep 30th, 2009

According to CDC, Of 77 people who died from complications of the H1N1 strain between May 1 and Aug. 20, nearly 30 percent, also had bacterial co-infections, including some caused by pneumococcus. Report also showed that 7 of the victims who died were

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More than enough H1N1 vaccine in United States

Sep 25th, 2009

Healt and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius said that there will be more than enough doses of H1N1 vaccine for everybody.

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Cold? Flu? H1N1? How can you tell the difference?

Sep 22nd, 2009

This year everybody is overwhelmed with flu. Even Doctors are worrying about the two flu strains, combination of these can make situation complecated. So, it is better to know the differences among cold, flu, and H1N1.

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Flu causes heart attacks but vaccine protects

Sep 22nd, 2009

Flu can help trigger heart attack, which may increase 35% to 50 % heart attack deaths during this flu season. But vaccine can prevent these deaths.

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