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  1. Understanding sleepy teensRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Australian Broadcasting Corporation

    What is it with teens and sleep? They refuse to shut their eyes at night, but come morning it takes them hours to prise them open. Is it just laziness or is there more going on? When your infant starts sleeping through the night, chances are you think your sleep battles with your child are over.

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  2. Why your face is saggingRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Fox News

    ... production, and vitamin C serums, which help restore elasticity, advises Dr. Edwards. In one study, a daily supplement of pycnogenol, a French pine bark extract, increased skin elasticity and hydration and increased production of hyaluronic acid, a ...

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  3. Why beer is good for youRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Fox News

    Beer lovers, rejoice! Not only does beer taste great, and make you feel "buzzed" on life, beer is also good for you. Well, in moderation.

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  4. PHOTO: 7 Eating Habits That Make You Live LongerRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | ABC News

    For more than a decade, I've been working with a team of experts to study hot spots of longevity-regions we call Blue Zones, where many people live to 100 and beyond. They are the Greek island of Ikaria; the highlands of Sardinia; the Nicoya Peninsula in Costa Rica ; Okinawa, Japan ; and Loma Linda, Calif., home of the highest concentration of Seventh-day Adventists in the U.S. Remarkably, we've learned that folks in all these places share similar rituals and practices surrounding food.

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  5. Alaska's New Super CropRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | KIMO

    This is the Rhodiola rosea-golden root,a succulent that was used for centuries as folk medicine and once considered something of a Soviet military secret. Decades ago, the Soviets realized that Rhodiola could boost energy and help manage stress.

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  6. Bega Cheese to expand manufacturing despite profit downgradeRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | ABC News

    The Federal Government announced it would contribute $5 million to build a $20 million micro nutrient plant in Bega, New South Wales. However this came as the company was forced to downgrade their full-year earnings from the previously announced $25-28 million range to $21-24 million.

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  7. How Much Do You Need Vitamins, Really?Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Refinery 29

    ... m line is: As along as you're getting your sunshine and eating a healthy, varied diet, you probably don't need to supplement with extra stuff. And, you certainly don't need to go overboard.

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  8. Caffeine may help men wake up in more ways than oneRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | CNET News.com

    One week, we might get a study saying caffeine is more likely to cause aliens to plant their spawn in our chest cavities, and the next, we might get another saying the stuff can give us the ability to fly and walk through walls. Recently, caffeine got another line of chalk in the win column, thanks to a study from the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston .

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  9. Vitamin E is vital to building muscles and repairing cells, say researchersRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | NutraIngredients

    For the first time, 83 years after its initial discovery, we know what the cellular function of vitamin E is, said lead author Dr Paul McNeil. While body builders have long said that vitamin E helps build strong muscles, the mechanism by which it may bring such benefits has been unknown - until now.

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  10. Nutrition Advancements Ushering in an Era of Personalized Diets for HealthRead the original story

    Wednesday | Newswise

    The days of the one-size-fits-all nutrition guidelines are numbered. Instead, scientists are exploring an array of new approaches to healthy eating that aim to prevent or even treat disease based on each person's unique profile.

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  11. Liver X Receptor Activation Promotes Polyunsaturated Fatty Acid...Read the original story

    Wednesday | Circulation

    From the Centre de Recherche INSERM-UMR866, UniversitA de Bourgogne, Dijon, France ; Centre Hospitalier Universitaire Dijon, Dijon, France ; Clermont UniversitA , UniversitA Blaise Pascal and Inserm, UMR 1103 , GReD, AubiA re, France; Centre de Recherche en Nutrition Humaine d'Auvergne, Clermont-Ferrand, France ; and Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, UnitA Mixte de Recherche 6293, AubiA re, France . Objective- Liver X receptors modulate cholesterol and fatty acid homeostasis as well as inflammation.

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  12. Alaska's latest crop was once a Soviet military secretRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | TreeHugger

    Long admired for its beneficial medicinal properties, Alaskan farmers are happy to find that this Siberian herb loves their climate. While we may not think of Alaska as an agricultural hotspot, grow things they do, and in fact farmers there manage to raise some of the country's largest produce thanks to all that summer sunlight.

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  13. Could YOU survive on just beans on toast? Man, 25, eats the student ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Daily Mail

    Could YOU survive on just beans on toast? Man, 25, eats the student staple for EVERY meal, but doctors say he is perfectly healthy Mr Watkinson, from Huddersfield, said: 'Ever since I can remember, from when I was a kid, I have only eaten beans, toast and chips. 'My mum used to give me plates of other food for me to try and I would just throw it on the floor.

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  14. This week Down UnderRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Food Technology

    Australia's federal budget was largely greeted with approval, with consumer confidence up a cumulative 5.4% over the last two weeks, according to a survey by Roy Morgan Research for ANZ Bank. " The initial positive reaction of Australians to last week's budget is great news for the economic outlook ," said ANZ chief economist Warren Hogan.

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  15. Scientists figure out how vitamin E keeps muscles healthyRead the original story

    Wednesday | Medical News Today

    Body builders have it right: vitamin E does help build strong muscles, and scientists appear to have figured out one important way it does it. Vitamin E has long known as a powerful antioxidant, and now scientists have shown that without it, the plasma membrane, which essentially keeps a cell from spilling its contents and controls what moves in and out, cannot properly heal.

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  16. Mango gazpacho is soup fit for a picnicRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Sentinel & Enterprise

    My daughter, Valentine, fell in love with mango the second she had her first bite of the creamy orange flesh when she was 2, and she dutifully repeated back the name of this wonderful fruit. I agree with Valentine.

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  17. The dark side of the 'love hormone'; similarities with the effects of alcoholRead the original story

    Wednesday | Medical News Today

    The research, published in Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews , draws on existing studies into the two compounds and details the similarities between the effects of alcohol and the 'love hormone', oxytocin, on our actions. The team warn that the oft-used nickname hides the darker side of oxytocin, and claim that it bears more semblances with the effects of alcohol than previously thought.

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  18. NatureGreen's Turmeric Curcumin Capsules Have Many Disease Curing BenefitsRead the original story

    Wednesday | Emailwire.com

    NatureGreen's Turmeric Capsules are now available with increased amount of anti-inflmmatory and anti-oxidant properties that help in treatment of a lot of diseases like cancer, diabetes, HIV and other skin diseases. Cape Girardeau, MO -- Turmeric is best known as a spice that flavours food.

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  19. Mountainbreeze Naturals Offers New Remedy For AthleteA's FootRead the original story

    Wednesday | Emailwire.com

    Funga-Free is a new remedy for athlete's foot that utilizes the properties of tea tree oil, a natural antifungal agent to heal and eliminate the fungus. Westendorf, Tirol -- Athlete's foot is one of the most common fungal infections, affecting millions of people worldwide.

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  20. Nootropics Company Gives Away Free Productivity GuideRead the original story

    Wednesday | Emailwire.com

    Jackson, Wyoming -- As part of the company's launch CogniStacks has announced it will be giving away free copies of "The Productivity Blueprint" with any purchase of their L-Theanine nootropic supplement. The Productivity Blueprint is a step-by-step guide showing readers how to improve their productivity with a proven blueprint to follow.

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