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Antidepressants: Bad for the Bones

Hip Fractures Are Depressing
Many doctors prescribe antidepressant medications if patients insist or if physicians know of too few other tools in their toolbox when it comes to treating depression, anxiety, obsessive compulsive disorders, and menstrual symptoms, such as hot flashes and night sweats. No surprise; more than 10 million prescriptions are dispensed a...
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DAVID MOZINGO
"Real Food" is healthy! "Junk Food" is not. Our diet affects us in so many ways.
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Smoking Increases Cervical Cancer Risk

Smoking's Surprise Cancer Consequence For Women
Most of us are aware of the many dangers of smoking to every part of the body. The US Department of Health and Human Services reported that smoking harms nearly every organ of the body, causes diseases, and reduces the health of smokers in general. But none of these detrimental effects has stopped millions of people worldwide from taking ...
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Dietary Fats May Raise Ovarian Cancer Risk

Slash Ovarian Cancer Risk by Reducing Dietary Fat
Estimates show that 1 in 78 women in the United States will be diagnosed with ovarian cancer at some point in their lifetime. Unfortunately, ovarian cancer is one of the deadliest cancers. Affecting the female reproductive system, it kills more than 100,000 women worldwide and nearly 14,000 in the United States every year. Studies show that ea...
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3 Diseases Whole Grains May Help Prevent

Consume Whole Grains to Help Prevent Disease
The 2015 Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommend the consumption of 3 to 5 servings of whole grains for adults and 2 to 3 servings for children. Unfortunately, a large number of adults and children in the US are consuming too much refined grain flour instead of the recommended amounts of whole grains, thereby missing out on the wide array o...
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Coffee Negatively Affects Sleep

Coffee Consumption Can Reduce Sleep Quality
Want to improve the quality of sleep and enjoy peaceful rest at night? Stop the consumption of caffeinated products, such as coffee and soda (no matter how early you drink them). This is the message of a study that evaluated the effect of caffeine on the efficiency, quality, and duration of sleep. For this study, scien...
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Eggs Promote Bowel Cancer

Eggs Can Be Poison to the Bowels Promoting Colorectal Cancer
Every year, over a million new cases of colorectal (Bowel) cancer are diagnosed worldwide, and more than 700,000 persons die from the disease annually. According to the American Cancer Society, nearly 53,200 Americans are expected to develop colorectal cancer in 2020. Colorectal cancer rates in the USA increased among people you...
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Coffee Raises Miscarriage Risk

Mother Mourning Pregnancy Loss
Miscarriage is the most common type of pregnancy loss, according to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. When we think of ways to prevent miscarriage, we always think of exercising regularly, maintaining a healthy weight, managing stress, avoiding smoking, and eating healthy foods. However, a new study shows that there is anothe...
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Dietary Flavonoids Lower Alzheimer’s Risk

Colorful Flavonoid Rich Fruits
Alzheimer's dementia is a major threat to the health of aging Americans. About 1 in 10 people, age 65 years and above, will develop Alzheimer's disease. Currently, an estimated 5.8 million Americans have Alzheimer's type memory loss, and this number is expected to rise to about 13.8 million by 2050. Alzheimer's disease is debilitating, destroying m...
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Whole Grains May Protect Against Esophageal Cancer

Healing Whole Grains Bathed In Sunshine
Esophageal Cancer is one of the most deadly cancers of the digestive tract. In the United States, it accounts for 1% of all cancers diagnosed in this country.The incidence of esophageal cancer has risen by more than 700% in the past four decades, making it the fastest growing cancer in the United States, according to the Nationa...
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Red Meat Increases Stomach Cancer Risk

Stages of Stomach Cancer
Numerous studies have examined the impact of diets on incidence of stomach (gastric) cancer, including whether certain foods increase or decrease the risk of this cancer. One food that has been highlighted in these studies is red meat. So the question is, does frequent consumption of red meat promote the development of stomach cancer?In a Chin...
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Whole Grains Slash Stroke Risk

Stroke Risk Foods
Each year, more than 790,000 Americans suffer at least one stroke which occurs when blood supply to certain areas of the brain is cut off. Without oxygen-rich blood, brain cells get damaged and can die within a few minutes. This results in disabilities and in most cases death. Stroke is the 5th leading cause of death i...
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Smoking Promotes Bladder Cancer

Bladder Cancer Stages
Cigarette smoking can increase the risk of developing bladder cancer in both men and women, says a study conducted by researchers at the National Cancer Institute. The findings of this study published in the Journal of American Medical Association (JAMA) are based on the medical data of 281,394 men and 186,134 women comparing smoking habit with the...
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My father has just had a surgery. His bladder had to be removed because of a carcinoma. He is 94 years old and stopped smoking whe... Read More
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