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Body-building Supplement Overuse Signals New Male Eating Disorder August 06 2015

Low-self esteem, poor body image and a perception of not meeting the modern ideal of masculinity are driving more men to consume over-the-counter body-building supplements, constituting what researchers believe is an emerging eating disorder. Supplements such as whey protein, creatine and L-cartinine are used to improve athletic performance and physique and are sold in grocery stores, vitamin shops and online. The products are popular among gym members to increase energy...

Can One Dose Of Antidepressant Lead To Changes In Your Brain? September 19 2014

By Forbes Contributor: Robert Glatter, MD   It is estimated that up to 1 in 10 adults suffer with depression. Medications for treating depression can be effective, yet certain medications which are taken for depression such as SSRIs, (selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors) may take up to a month or longer before patients begin to experience relief of symptoms. Still, some patients may not respond to such medications, making treatment problematic...

Enterovirus D68: What Parents Need to Know September 09 2014

By Brenda Goodman, MA WebMD Health News Reviewed by Hansa D. Bhargava, MD Sept. 9, 2014 -- A fast-spreading virus related to hand, foot, and mouth disease is hospitalizing kids across the Midwest and parts of the South. The virus, enterovirus D68, or EV-D68, was first discovered in 1962 in California. But until now, it has only been tied to smaller clusters of disease around the U.S. This is the...

Too-Clean Homes May Encourage Child Allergies, Asthma June 06 2014

Dennis Thompson HealthDay Reporter Posted: Friday, June 6, 2014, 9:00 AM FRIDAY, June 6, 2014 (HealthDay News) -- Cleanliness may be next to godliness, but a home that's too clean can leave a newborn child vulnerable to allergies and asthma later in life, a new study reports. Infants are much less likely to suffer from allergies or wheezing if they are exposed to household bacteria and allergens from rodents, roaches and...

Powerade sports drink drops controversial ingredient May 05 2014

NEW YORK (AP) — Popular sports drink brand Powerade has decided to drop a controversial ingredient in its line of beverages, after the chemical was also taken out of drinks manufactured by rival Gatorade last year. The chemical, brominated vegetable oil, had been the target of a petition by a Mississippi teenager. The online petition noted that the ingredient is linked to a flame retardant and is not approved for use...

Remember Life Before Antibiotics? No? Wait, It'll Come to You May 02 2014

By Tom Randall Humans, we’ve got a problem. After a century of gains in the war against infectious diseases, we’re losing ground. Common bacteria, parasites, viruses and fungi are developing widespread immunity to some of our best weapons. Imagine a world where an uber-resistant staph infection could mean death by a paper cut. Serious drug resistance is already developing, and it could get much worse, according to a new report...

Sleep Disorder Now Linked To Degenerative Brain Disease April 23 2014

A little-known sleep disorder that causes you to act out your dreams can predict the future onset of Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, or another brain disease, new research shows. In fact, 80 to 90 percent of people who develop Rapid Eye Movement (REM) sleep behavior disorder will develop degenerative brain disease within the near future, says researcher John Peever, MD, associate professor at the University of Toronto. “Rapid-eye-movement sleep behaviour disorder (RBD) is not...

Vitamin C May Boost Chemotherapy February 10 2014

A new study suggests giving some cancer patients high doses of vitamin C intravenously - as opposed to orally - alongside conventional chemotherapy, may help kill cancer cells and also reduce some of its toxic side effects. Reporting their findings in Science Translational Medicine, researchers from the University of Kansas (KU) Medical Center describe how they tested the approach in cells, animals and humans. They found giving infused vitamin C together with carboplatin...

Third-hand smoke may be as dangerous as second-hand, study suggests January 31 2014

  Published Friday, January 31, 2014 12:43PM EST  A new study conducted on mice suggests that so-called “third-hand smoke” might be as dangerous as second-hand smoke. While second-hand smoke is the smoke that is exhaled by smokers and that is released by burning cigarettes, third-hand smoke refers to the smoke that clings to objects and fabrics for long afterward and typically leaves behind the tell-tale odour smoking. Scientists say this...

HIV/AIDS Discovery Shows How Wrong Assumptions Can Be January 30 2014

Robert Pearl, M.D., Contributor Common wisdom is difficult to overturn, even when it’s wrong. The astronomer Nicolaus Copernicus discovered the earth is not the center of our universe. Physician Ignaz Semmelweis recognized that unwashed hands transmit disease. Albert Einstein found that time and space are relative. We take these facts for granted today, but each discovery was initially rejected by critics. To change the course of history, each idea had...

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Spike in Harm to Liver Is Tied to Dietary Aids December 22 2013

Michael Stravato for The New York Times Christopher Herrera and his mother, Lordes Gonzalez, at home in Katy, Tex. A green tea extract nearly cost Christopher his liver. By ANAHAD O’CONNOR Published: December 21, 2013When Christopher Herrera, 17, walked into the emergency room at Texas Children’s Hospital one morning last year, his chest, face and eyes were bright yellow — “almost highlighter yellow,” recalled Dr. Shreena S. Patel, the pediatric resident...

Link discovered between diabetes and heart disease December 20 2013

High blood glucose causes sugar molecule in heart muscle to trigger irregular heartbeats

Study confirms narcolepsy as an autoimmune disease December 20 2013

A new study that offers some of the most compelling evidence to date for the idea of "mimicry," where the immune system attacks a body protein because of its similarity to a pathogen protein, confirms that narcolepsy is an autoimmune disease.

Researchers move closer to developing nanorobot for transporting drugs in the body December 02 2013

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Caffeine energy drinks 'intensify heart contractions' December 02 2013

Continue reading the main story Related Stories Pupils breakfasting on energy drinks Concern over child caffeine intake Supermarket ban on energy drinks Energy drinks packed with caffeine can change the way the heart beats, researchers warn. The team from the University of Bonn in Germany imaged the hearts of 17 people an hour after they had an energy drink. The study showed contractions were more forceful after the drink. The...

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The Dangers of an all Fruit and Vegetable Diet January 29 2013

   This is an interesting article about an all fruit and vegetable diet, in it you will find evidence as to why misinformation can land you in the hospital or cause you your life. If you understand that the human body needs glutathione to replenishing and recover effectively you can avoid malfunctions. Ribociene which is the main ingredient in Cellgevity, (in proving studies) can increase your body’s glutathione level by 300%; this can help maintain optimum level and improve...

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