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1.High blood pressure redefined for first time in 14 years: 130 is the new high
American Heart Association and American College of Cardiology release new guidelines on high blood pressure detection and treatment. Highlights High blood pressure is now defined as readings of 130 mm Hg and higher for the systolic blood pressure measurement, or readings of 80 and higher for the diastolic measurement. That ...
by Post on 11/14 09:24AM - Story - 752 Hits
2. Does The Color Of Your Car Really Matter?
... their potential for being ticketed for speeding or being involved in accidents. However, reality does not gibe with most of those notions when examined in scientific studies or when reviewing observational data, such as police accident and traffic violation reports. Assessors of vehicular risk don't even bother with vehicle color ...
by Angela Sanders on 12/06 11:32PM - Story - 1,771 Hits
3.Menendez Speaks on Senate Floor on Authorizing the Use of Force in Syria
Menendez on Senate Floor: “I do not take the responsibility to authorize military force lightly… But today I urge my colleagues to support this tightly-crafted, clearly-focused resolution to give the President authorization to use military force in the face of this horrific crime against humanity.” WASHINGTON, DC – U.S. Sen. ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 09/10 03:47PM - Story - 919 Hits
4.Epilepsy Foundation Launches Asian American Outreach Campaign
Campaign aims to raise awareness of epilepsy and to spark a dialogue about the condition in Asian American communities as part of 26 Days of Action. An estimated 1.5 percent of Asian Americans live with epilepsy today and one in 26 people will develop epilepsy at some point in their ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 07/11 11:41AM - Story - 1,036 Hits
5.Myth Busted! Poll Finds Most Parents Believe Pool Urine Detecting Dye Myth Is True
5 Swimming Pool Myths You Thought Were True That Aren’t It’s the most widely told pool myth of all time: Don’t pee in the pool or the water will change color and everyone will know. Parents have long used the story of a chemical that changes color in the presence ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 07/08 04:29PM - Story - 1,946 Hits
6.NPA Calls for National Standard on GMO Labeling
The Natural Products Association (NPA) Board of Directors calls for all foods containing genetically-modified organisms to be accurately labeled under a national uniform standard so consumers can make educated decisions about foods they purchase. NPA is the nation’s largest association for natural products, representing over 1,900 members accounting for more ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 03/19 04:04PM - Story - 787 Hits
7.Study: Morning People Are Happier, 8 Tips To Get There
A new study from the University of Toronto suggests what many suspected all along; that morning risers are happier than their late night counterparts and have a more positive and upbeat outlook. The results, which entailed the habits of two groups, young adults and older adults, also identified the older ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 09/10 08:19PM - Story - 940 Hits
8.St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center Recognized by American Heart Association for Quality Care
Award demonstrates St. Joseph’s commitment to quality care for heart failure patients. St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center proudly received the Get With The Guidelines-Heart Failure (GWTG-HF) Gold Plus Quality Achievement Award from the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association (AHA/ASA) for its excellence in the treatment of patients with heart failure.
by Mel Fabrikant on 07/13 03:19PM - Story - 1,836 Hits
9.Animals Asia: Scientific Studies Reveal Brutal Truth Of Bear Farming Industry
Scientific studies reveal brutal truth of bear farming industry • 99% of free drip bears had cholecystitis, • 66% had gall bladder polyps • 34% had abdominal herniation, • 28% had internal absessation, • 22% had gallstones
by Press Release on 02/21 04:35PM - Story - 2,589 Hits
10.Chemical in Plastic Poses Special Risk for Women With Hormone Imbalance
A chemical found in plastic household products may pose a significant risk to women with polycystic ovary syndrome, the most common cause of hormone imbalance in women of reproductive age and a leading cause of infertility in the U.S. The chemical, Bisphenol A (BPA), is a known hormone disrupter present ...
by Dr. Rallie McAllister on 07/22 05:02AM - Story - 2,330 Hits
11.Use Flaxseed to Boost Nutrition and Health
If you're interested in improving the quality of your diet, adding small amounts of flaxseed to your favorite foods is a quick and tasty way to accomplish your goal. The flax plant is the source of fiber from which linen is woven, and it also yields edible seeds and oil. ...
by Dr. Rallie McAllister on 01/27 05:15AM - Story - 1,906 Hits
12.Kelsey's Questions
Politicians and pundits and the public at large have wrangled with issues about alcoholism and drug dependence since the days of the American Revolution. Dr. Benjamin Rush, a signer of the Declaration of Independence who has been called the father of American psychiatry, made the speaking circuit in the early ...
by William Moyers on 11/07 05:28AM - Story - 1,979 Hits
13.A life-or-death commitment
FIGHT AGAINST GLOBAL WARMING Fifty years ago, geochemist Charles David Keeling began recording the curve of the Earth. That may be stating it a bit grandiosely, but not too much. Few scientific studies have had a bigger impact, and not just on people in white lab coats.
by Anonymous on 04/22 04:40AM - Story - 4,140 Hits
14.Tips to ease the misery of the common cold
COLD CASES If you aren't already coughing and sneezing as you read this, chances are you will be soon. According to the American Lung Association, the average adult gets an average of two to four colds a year, mostly between September and May. There's good news and bad news for ...
by Anonymous on 02/18 08:48PM - Story - 2,703 Hits
15.Ms. Imus on "Imus in the Morning"
"NY Times Editorializes on the Autism Issue" As a regular guest on "Imus in the Morning," Deirdre Imus, humanitarian and best-selling author, took on the New York Times Friday for a continuation of biased reporting about autism, and spoke about new research warning on the use of artificial sweetener aspartame ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 01/31 11:09AM - Story - 3,428 Hits
16.Prometa shows promise as new addiction treatment
ADDICTION BREAKTHROUGH Terrence Nolan still remembers the first time he got drunk. "I was 12 years old, in junior high school, and some older friends of mine got hold of some hard liquor," Nolan recalled. "We drank and got drunk. We drank until we threw up and then we drank ...
by Anonymous on 03/30 01:56AM - Story - 8,532 Hits
17.More vets practicing holistic healing
HEAL, BOY Wyatt, a limping, lick-happy, chocolate-colored Labrador retriever, went this way and that in the tiny examination room, pleading to be petted and played with. Keith Weingardt, a lean and eager veterinarian with as much energy as his patient, reached for a vial of frankincense. He rubbed some onto ...
by Paramus Post on 03/23 10:23AM - Story - 4,620 Hits
18.Use Flaxseed to Boost Nutrition and Health
If you're interested in improving the quality of your diet, adding small amounts of flaxseed to your favorite foods is a quick and tasty way to accomplish your goal. The flax plant is the source of fiber from which linen is woven, and it also yields edible seeds and oil. ...
by Dr. Rallie McAllister on 01/02 06:07AM - Story - 4,620 Hits
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