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Information released by Medco Health Solutions on Tuesday, October 30, 2007, shows increased use of cholesterol- and blood pressure-lowering drugs over a period from 2001…
Wednesday, 31 October 2007 08:57

MATHCOUNTS promotes mathematics in the United States

With dwindling scores in math and science in the United States, students and teachers can get help from a national organization dedicated to improving math…
Friday, 26 October 2007 20:42

Couple drinks a day like breath of fresh air

California researchers state that light to moderate drinkers are least likely to have cardiovascular or respiratory illnesses.    
Seasonal flu has been long blamed on such things as being indoors in cold weather, low immune system, humidity, temperature, and ultraviolet radiation. For the first…
Australian researchers have found that it is better to take Chinese herbs than drugs, acupuncture, or heat compression for the relief of dysmenorrhea that includes…
The 2007 edition of “Making the Grade on Women’s Health” by the National Women’s Law Center gives a state by state ranking of the health…
According to Stanford University researchers, a new blood test can differentiate between the blood of people who will get Alzheimer’s disease in the future and…
Thursday, 18 October 2007 05:58

Sugars, not proteins, gives structure to bones

According to British and German researchers, the structure of human bones is different than once thought. The primary growth mechanism for bones and the way…
University of California researchers have found that naturally occurring processes within cells in “Caenorhabditis elegans” worms could possibly be applied to humans to slow the…
U.S. researchers found that about one-third of all children in the United States take dietary supplements such as vitamins and minerals.                 




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