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  1. 'Blue-Green Algae' Proliferating in LakesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 27 | Science, Industry and Business

    The organisms commonly known as blue-green algae have proliferated much more rapidly than other algae in lakes across North America and Europe over the past two centuries - and in many cases the rate of increase has sharply accelerated since the mid-20th century, according to an international team of researchers led by scientists at McGill University. Their study, published today in the journal Ecology Letters, represents the first continental-scale examination of historical changes in levels of cyanobacteria, the scientific term for the photosynthetic bacteria that form blue-green scum on the surface of ponds and lakes during hot summer months.

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  2. Press release distribution, EDGAR filing, XBRL, regulatory filingsRead the original story

    Friday Feb 27 | Business Wire

    Jude Medical, Inc. will present at the Barclays Healthcare Conference on Wednesday, March 11 in Miami. Don J. Zurbay, chief financial officer, will ... )--Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Global Maternity Clothing Industry Report 2015"... )--Fitch Ratings expects the Colombian National Interconnected System to continue to show a strong reserve margin.

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  3. Grapes, Responsible for the French Paradox?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 27 | Supermarket Guru

    This month in honor of American Heart Month, every day, we're calling out the top foods for your heart! Grapes are not something you might think about as a superfood for your heart and health, but don't be fooled - grapes, especially the dark purple versions, pack a powerful nutritional punch. What's so great about purple? The deep purple found in certain types of grapes indicates the presence of polyphenols, specifically anthocyanins, plant nutrients that help promote health.

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  4. Eating fish can make you less aggressiveRead the original story

    Friday Feb 27 | Newkerala.com

    In a new Children's Hospital Oakland Research Institute study, serotonin is explained as the possible missing link tying together why vitamin D and marine omega-3 fatty acids might ameliorate the symptoms associated with a broad array of brain disorders. Here they discuss the relevance of these micronutrients for neuropsychiatric illness.

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  5. Neurons Controlling Appetite Made From Skin CellsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 27 | Newswise

    Researchers have for the first time successfully converted adult human skin cells into neurons of the type that regulate appetite, providing a patient-specific model for studying the neurophysiology of weight control and testing new therapies for obesity. The study, led by researchers at Columbia University Medical Center and at the New York Stem Cell Foundation , was published last month in the online issue of the Journal of Clinical Investigation.

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  6. How Natural Supplements Can Help Ease Knee Osteoarthritis Pain?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 27 | Examiner.com

    ... Trick? There is a number of supplements that are great for treating osteoarthritis. However, before you use any supplement, do ask your health professional for advice. This is especially true if you do have other medical problems and if you are ...

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  7. Feast-and-famine diet could extend life, study showsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 27 | PhysOrg Weblog

    University of Florida Health researchers have found that putting people on a feast-or-famine diet may mimic some of the benefits of fasting, and that adding antioxidant supplements may counteract those benefits. Fasting has been shown in mice to extend lifespan and to improve age-related diseases.

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  8. Do the benefits of drinking raw milk outweigh the risks?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 27 | PhysOrg Weblog

    Raw milk is milk that has not undergone pasteurization, the bacteria-killing heat treatment designed to reduce human pathogens and increase shelf life. Unpasteurized milk can contain potentially harmful and deadly pathogens, including listeria, salmonella, E. coli 0157:H7 and campylobacter.

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  9. You don't have to wake up early to get aheadRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 27 | Canadian Business Magazine

    Paul Polman, the CEO of Unilever, is a late riser. By the time he lumbers out of bed-6 a.m.-Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey and General Electric CEO Jeff Immelt have already been up for half an hour.

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  10. Vitamin D, omega-3 fatty acids may optimize brain serotonin concentrations and functionRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 27 | Medical News

    Although essential marine omega-3 fatty acids and vitamin D have been shown to improve cognitive function and behavior in the context of certain brain disorders, the underlying mechanism has been unclear. In a new paper published in FASEB Journal by Rhonda Patrick, PhD and Bruce Ames, PhD of Children's Hospital Oakland Research Institute , serotonin is explained as the possible missing link tying together why vitamin D and marine omega-3 fatty acids might ameliorate the symptoms associated with a broad array of brain disorders.

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  11. FormiCal Raises the Bar for Calcium SupplementsRead the original story

    Friday Feb 27 | PR.com

    FormiCal Bone Health, a new patented calcium supplement, dissolves completely, absorbs faster, causes no gas, and can be taken anytime - day or night. No other calcium supplement does all of these things.

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  12. Natural ways to increase fertilityRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 27 | Examiner.com

    ... NAC (N-acetyl cysteine), D-Pinitol 600, Vitex 750 (Chaste tree extract), Cinnulin PF, Borage Oil, Colostrum, Q-10 supplement, Wheatgrass, Folic Acid, and Zinc. You should consult your doctor or a naturopath before taking these or any other ...

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  13. The surprise costs of getting pregnantRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 27 | MarketWatch

    ... money now. Here's the real financial toll of getting knocked up. The first step: popping prenatal vitamins (or a supplement with at least 400 mg of folic acid) to ensure you have adequate levels of folic acid, which is a B vitamin that protects ...

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  14. Things You Should Know About CholesterolRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 27 | ABC News

    Cholesterol seems to be one of those words that's in everyone's vocabulary, but many of my clients are incredibly confused about what cholesterol is, and how it affects their health. It also happens to be buzzing in the media at the moment, thanks to a new report from the Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee, a group of top nutrition researchers who advise the government about what and how Americans should be eating.

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  15. Alpha-lipoic acid + EPA may promote body weight loss in healthy overweight women: StudyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 27 | NutraIngredients

    Supplements of alpha-lipoic acid, with or without EPA omega-3, may help promote weight loss in obese and overweight women on a reduced calorie diet, says a new study from Spain. Alpha-lipoic acid supplements enhanced weight loss in the women, compared to the reduced calorie diet alone, according to a study with 77 women published in Obesity .

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  16. Coffee intake linked to reduced risk of MSRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 27 | Medical News Today

    A new study set to be presented at the American Academy of Neurology's 67th Annual Meeting in Washington, DC, suggests yet another potential health benefit of coffee consumption: it could reduce the risk of multiple sclerosis. The risk of MS could be reduced by drinking at least four cups of coffee a day, according to the researchers.

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  17. Can Coffee Reduce Your Risk Of MS? Johns Hopkins University StudyRead the original story

    Thursday Feb 26 | BioSpace

    Can Coffee Reduce Your Risk Of MS? Drinking coffee may be associated with a lower risk of developing multiple sclerosis , according to a study released today that will be presented at the American Academy of Neurology's 67th Annual Meeting in Washington, DC, April 18 to 25, 2015. "Caffeine intake has been associated with a reduced risk of Parkinson's and Alzheimer's diseases, and our study shows that coffee intake may also protect against MS, supporting the idea that the drug may have protective effects for the brain," said study author Ellen Mowry, MD, MCR, with Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore and a member of the American Academy of Neurology.

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  18. American Academy of Neurology Release: Can Coffee Reduce Your Risk of MS?Read the original story

    Thursday Feb 26 | BioSpace

    "Caffeine intake has been associated with a reduced risk of Parkinson's and Alzheimer's diseases, and our study shows that coffee intake may also protect against MS, supporting the idea that the drug may have protective effects for the brain," said study author For the study, researchers looked at a Swedish study of 1,629 people with MS and 2,807 healthy people, and a U.S. study of 1,159 people with MS and 1,172 healthy people. The studies characterized coffee consumption among persons with MS one and five years before MS symptoms began and compared it to coffee consumption of people who did not have MS at similar time periods.

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  19. Could Coffee Lower Risk of Multiple Sclerosis?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 26 | MedlinePlus

    People who down several cups of coffee every day may have a decreased risk of developing multiple sclerosis, a new study suggests. The study, of 5,600 Swedish and U.S. adults, found that those who drank four to six cups of coffee a day were about one-third less likely to develop multiple sclerosis , compared with people who did not drink coffee.

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  20. To manage diabetes, eat breakfast like an athlete, dinner like a sloth, study suggestsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 26 | Thanh Nein News

    A sizeable, healthy breakfast could help patients with type 2 diabetes manage their glucose and insulin levels when balanced by a modest dinner. Type 2 diabetes patients should eat a high-energy breakfast and a low-energy dinner for optimal control over their blood sugar, according to researchers hailing from Sweden and Israel who conducted a small-scale study.

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