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  • Decreased blood flow to the brain tied to dementia

    In this study researchers measured blood flow to the brain in three groups; people older than 75 with dementia, older people with good mental function, and young-healthy people. The total volume of brain damage assessed via MRI was gre

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    August 31, 2005
  • Soy consumption linked to healthier lung function in older smokers with higher intake also decreasing symptoms

    A team of Australian and Japanese scientists report that increased intake of soy foods is connected with improving lung function and a reduction in the risk of developing chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) in older men and women. COPD oc

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    July 7, 2009
  • Soy antioxidants protect the lungs of smokers

    Eating high amounts of soy could lower the risk of developing the breathing disorder known as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, or COPD, in smoker's researchers report. Cigarette smoking is known to be the principle risk factor for COPD, Dr. And

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    July 15, 2009
  • Insufficient vitamin D may boost asthma risk

    Children with insufficient vitamin D levels may be at higher risk of developing asthma, suggests a new study. Vitamin D levels were also associated with increased frequency of hospitalization, according to a study with 616 Costa Rican children with

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    May 4, 2009
  • Gargling with Green Tea protects children from fevers

    Fever is a very common symptom in children and it is usually caused by respiratory tract infections caused by cold or flu viruses. Japanese health authorities recommend daily gargling to protect children from respiratory tract infections. 19,595 c

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    January 4, 2012
  • How the Perna canaliculus muscle inhibits inflammation and helps the joints

    The muscle Perna canaliculus contains healthy fats known as omega-3 fatty acids that have been shown to improve inflammation in the lungs, digestive tract, and joints. In laboratory tests Perna inhibits the COX enzymes. The effects on the COX-2 e

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    April 19, 2007
  • ARTICLE Nucleotides and NAC and their relation to Sports Nutrition

    Through Sports Nutrition, we become familiarized with the beauty of protein synthesis. As you may have already noticed, low-carbohydrate and high protein diets have become the go-to diet for fitness enthusiasts everywhere, but do you understand wh

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    November 17, 2011
  • Coping with Stress and Anxiety | InVite Health

    Stress & Anxietyby Jerry Hickey, R.Ph.Some tips for coping with stress and anxietyExercise has many-many benefits; helping to burn belly fat, lower cholesterol and blood pressure, and improve glucose sensitivity. Exercise is also an excellent antidot

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    October 4, 2011
  • ARTICLE How Bad is Stress

    How bad is stress?by: Jerry Hickey, R. Ph.Healthy Tips from our Scientific DirectorHow bad is stress? Recent headlines give an indication; “Stress makes allergies worse and last longer,” and “Childhood stress tied to adult mental problems.” Stress tr

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    September 20, 2011
  • About Phytosterols

    About PhytosterolsPhytosterols, or plant sterols, are naturally occurring white-powder phytochemicals found in plants. Phytosterols are plant fats that are alcohol-soluble, but are insoluble in water. Phytosterols provide the raw materials needed for

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    September 28, 2011
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