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Tea made from schizandra berries to be a lifesaver.

For tea drinkers, that morning cup is a jump start to their day. People who are slow to rise in the morning might even call it a “lifesaver”

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The best treatment for hard stool

Coffee is another useful treatment for hard stool. Drinking of coffee can helps you to rouses your digestive tract.

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To prevent cavities with a glass of milk

Glass of milk after eating sugary cereals may prevent cavities, according to new research at the University of Illinois at Chicago College of Dentistry

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Anemia linked to increased risk of dementia

The low levels of red blood cells has also been linked in studies to an increased risk of early death

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High risk of autism with exposure to high pollution levels

Exposure to diesel particulates, lead, manganese, mercury, methylene chloride and other pollutants are known to affect brain function and to affect the developing baby

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Acrylamide in food is dangerous

In 2005, EFSA stated that acrylamide may be a human health concern and that efforts should be made to reduce exposure to this substance through the diet

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New cumulative assessment group methodology for pesticides

The general methodology for classifying pesticides into so-called cumulative assessment groups is based on identifying compounds that exhibit similar toxicological properties in a specific organ or system

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Farmed salmon may help reduce risk of heart disease

People who eat farm-raised salmon can increase their intake of beneficial omega-3 fatty acids. Consuming 250 milligrams daily of EPA and DHA has been associated with reduced heart disease risk

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Ready-to-eat foods could contain great levels of Listeria

The proportion of food samples exceeding the legal food safety limit was low. However, the severe implications that listeriosis can have on human health, overall vigilance regarding the possible presence of the bacteria in food is warranted

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New study shows natural thyroid better than synthetic

Natural Thyroid has been used successfully for more than 100 years, and is superior to T4-only medications such as Levothyroxine. However, Endocrinology Societies have published guidelines advising doctors to stay away from natural thyroid.

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The uglier a flower or weed, the more allergy-inducing its pollen tends to be

Olive pollen, along with parietaria, is the first allergenic source in the Mediterranean. Ragweed, mugwort, plantain and pigweed are the most dangerous in US. To defend themselves from allergic rhino-conjunctivitis is good to know the secrets of flowering


Lund University discovers nordic diet lowers cholesterol

There was also decreased inflammation associated with pre-diabetes and and therefore the risk of cardiovascular disease

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Flavouring substance raises safety concerns

The flavouring substance 3-acetyl-2,5-dimethylthiophene is genotoxic. It is present in a limited number of foods, mainly some savoury products, confectionaries and fine bakery wares

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