Archive for August, 2011

The Guilty Pleasure that can Boost Your Overall Health

The Guilty Pleasure that can Boost Your Overall Health

August 31, 2011 | by

Chocolate may be your “guilty” pleasure, but you shouldn’t feel very guilty at all about eating it quite regularly. A new study has found that chocolate can actually help to improve the health of your heart, but its benefits don’t stop there.

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False Pandemic? U.N. Warns of Bird Flu Resurgence

False Pandemic? U.N. Warns of Bird Flu Resurgence

August 30, 2011 | by

Despite being in decline since 2003, the United Nations has warned of a bird flu resurgence that could potentially reach pandemic levels. While there has been a large degree of speculation over the possibility of a bird flu pandemic.

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Big Pharma to Charge 115,200 Dollars Per Patient Each Year for New Lung Cancer Drug

Big Pharma to Charge 115,200 Dollars Per Patient Each Year for New Lung Cancer Drug

August 30, 2011 | by

Pfizer plans on coming out with a new drug to treat a rare form of lung cancer. Four years ago, Pfizer was going to halt a cancer therapy until they discovered that it actually worked. The problem is that Pfizer’s “market” was only about 6000 patients a year in the U.S. Today that therapy is called Xalkori. Pfizer plans on charging each patient $115,200/year for the treatment, which is created only for a very rare lung cancer.

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Active Sex Life for Woman Could Mean Better Aging

Active Sex Life for Woman Could Mean Better Aging

August 30, 2011 | by

Sexual activity in the elderly woman is associated with healthier aging and an overall better quality of life, a new study reports. The researchers analyzed information gathered from 1,200 women in San Diego from ages 60 to 89.

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Probiotics in This Food Could Help Treat Depression

Probiotics in This Food Could Help Treat Depression

August 30, 2011 | by

Probiotics found in yogurt could help people experiencing depression. Usually, yogurt has been known for strengthening intestinal health, but now it may serve as a solution to depression, scientists say. The new study discovered that bacteria found in the gut was directly correlated with the brains of mice. Scientists believe that it is to be the same case with humans.

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Government Illegally Raids Gibson Guitars | Steals Millions Worth of Wood

Government Illegally Raids Gibson Guitars | Steals Millions Worth of Wood

August 29, 2011 | by

A shocking US government raid has recently taken place against the manufacturing facilities of Gibson Guitars Corp. On August 24th, armed federal marshals raided the facilities, ordering that the facilities be shut down and employees go home.

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Antibiotic Overuse a Serious Problem

Antibiotic Overuse a Serious Problem

August 29, 2011 | by

The overuse of antibiotics has become a serious problem. Mainstream doctors are now warning against the excessive overuse of antibiotics due to the permanent negative alterations in digestive flora. They even believe that antibiotics could be contributing to many illnesses, including type 1 diabetes, allergies, and inflammatory bowel disease.

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Obesity is Eating Away at Your Money

Obesity is Eating Away at Your Money

August 29, 2011 | by

Obesity may be America’s top health and financial risk. Recent news shows that if we continue to eat at the same rate we’ve been eating, and continue to sit at the same rate we’ve been sitting, then half of the US population will be obese by 2030.

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Enjoying Life to the Fullest – Questions to Ask Yourself

Enjoying Life to the Fullest – Questions to Ask Yourself

August 28, 2011 | by

Although some people feel unlucky and even reluctant to enjoy all that life has to offer, to enjoy life is one of the great reasons we are here. It is a wonderful thing to live with such diversity and different views. Free will is magnificent and should be greatly appreciated. However, some people have come to frown upon views which are not there own.

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Are Men Really Men Anymore?

Are Men Really Men Anymore?

August 28, 2011 | by

Men are becoming increasingly less masculine as the years go by. Research is showing that testosterone levels in men have been plummeting for decades. This hormone responsible for masculine behavior is no longer being produced at the rate is used to be produced at.

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