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    • 1.

      Health Link Found Between High Fructose Corn Syrup and Diabetes

      by FRANCISCO MEJIAS - 2007-09-18
      A study conducted by researchers at Rutgers University found that soft drinks containing high fructose corn syrup had high levels of reactive compounds that have been shown by other studies to pot...
    • 2.

      Coffee Can Help Protect Women's Memories

      by EmpoweredD - 2007-09-22
      A recent study by researchers at the French National Institute of Medical Research finds that coffee protects women from age-related memory loss. The study tracked more than 7,000 men and women living...
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      Smoking Can Increase Risk of Age Related Macular Degeneration

      by EmpoweredD - 2007-09-21
      Smoking may increase your chances of developing macular degeneration as you age-one of the main causes of severe vision loss in the elderly. The University of Sydney has performed a study thatt ...
    • 4.

      Bariatric Surgery Found to Lower Risk of Death

      by EmpoweredD - 2007-09-21
      Obesity is on the rise, and so are associated health risks like diabetes, high blood pressure, cardiovascular disease, and sleep apnea. Although once believed to be a risky and rare procedure, b...
    • 5.

      Five Measures for Preventing 100,000 American Deaths a Year

      by EmpoweredD - 2007-09-21
      New research by the Partnership for Prevention suggests that over 100,000 Americans lives could be spared each year by increasing five preventive steps. The report claims that there are serious...
    • 6.

      Inhaled Insulin Marketing Failure

      by EmpoweredD - 2007-09-25
      According to the American Diabetes Association, 16% of the 14.6 million people diagnosed with diabetes need daily doses of insulin. That used to mean a series of daily shots, but now some patien...
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      For Women, Silence Can Be Hazardous to Health

      by EmpoweredD - 2007-09-21
      A recent study finds that women who freely express themselves during disagreements are less likely to have serious long term health problems than those who silence their emotions. Women who supp...
    • 8.

      For Arthritis, Prevention is Better than the Cure

      by EmpoweredD - 2007-09-25
      A new study, published in the Journal Arthritis Research and Therapy, has shown exercise beneficial in reducing or preventing the pain of osteoarthritis.This study followed two groups of women, ...
    • 9.

      Lasting Effects of Migraines

      by EmpoweredD - 2007-09-25
      A recent study reveals that migraines act as mini strokes that can have a lasting impact on the brain.Scientists at the University of Rochester in New York and a team at the Danish pharmaceutica...
    • 10.

      Health Pesticides Found in Pregnant Women

      by FRANCISCO MEJIAS - 2007-09-28
      Researchers have found the presence of numerous harmful pesticides in the placentas of pregnant women. According to a study by the University of Granada, fifteen different substances linked t...