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06/20/2018
16:8 Diet Actually Works: Fasting Part Of Day, Eating Anything You Want For Rest Gets Results, New Study Finds - The Inquisitr


The Inquisitr

16:8 Diet Actually Works: Fasting Part Of Day, Eating Anything You Want For Rest Gets Results, New Study Finds
The Inquisitr
Diet that combines fasting with 'feasting' produces weight loss results in University of Illinois-Chicago study over 12 week period. weight loss, 16:8 diet, fasting for weight loss, dieting Esolla / iStock Photos Health. Jonathan Vankin. Diet that ...
6 ways to make a fasting diet work for youToday.com
Researchers confirm the weight loss benefits of the 16:8 dietNews-Medical.net
The 16:8 Diet Might Actually Help You Lose WeightWomen's Health
New Atlas -Medical News Today -WPXI Pittsburgh -ZME Science
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06/20/2018
The Magic Pill: How do the health claims in Pete Evans' paleo diet doco stack up? - ABC News

ABC News

The Magic Pill: How do the health claims in Pete Evans' paleo diet doco stack up?
ABC News
A documentary by celebrity chef Pete Evans — which depicts a high-fat, low-carb diet as a treatment for autism, asthma and even cancer — is back in the spotlight this month after Netflix was urged to pull the film from its streaming service. The ...
5 scary things that could happen to your body on the keto dietINSIDER

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06/04/2018
Most women with smaller breast cancer tumors can safely skip chemo, study finds - PBS NewsHour

PBS NewsHour

Most women with smaller breast cancer tumors can safely skip chemo, study finds
PBS NewsHour
New findings show women with early stage breast cancer can avoid chemotherapy. Researchers now say most women with smaller tumors can safely skip the treatment and avoid side effects like fatigue and nausea. Amna Nawaz learns more from Dr. Larry ...

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06/19/2018
Breast cancer affects one in eight Australian women, paying $10000 and more in out-of-pocket expenses - ABC News

ABC News

Breast cancer affects one in eight Australian women, paying $10000 and more in out-of-pocket expenses
ABC News
For women being treated with breast cancer, first comes the shock of the diagnosis, then almost immediately comes the shock of the often overwhelming bills. And it is regional women who are often the most at risk for the financial burden of treatment.

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06/20/2018
Salmonella outbreak linked to alfalfa sprouts under investigation - SBS

SBS

Salmonella outbreak linked to alfalfa sprouts under investigation
SBS
South Australians are being warned not to eat a range of alfalfa sprout products after the sprouts were linked to 21 confirmed cases of salmonella. Updated Updated Just now. Share. Share on Facebook; Share on Twitter. Health authorities have taken ...
SA govt concerned over salmonella outbreakYahoo News
Salmonella outbreaks in SA linked to alfalfa sprout productsThe Australian
Salmonella outbreak linked to alfalfa sprout products9news.com.au
Outbreak News Today -Barfblog (blog) -Kidspot -Hit 107
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06/20/2018
'Truly shocking': 450 patient lives shortened by drugs at UK hospital - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

'Truly shocking': 450 patient lives shortened by drugs at UK hospital
The Sydney Morning Herald
London: Criminal charges could be brought following "truly shocking" revelations that more than 450 people had their lives shortened after being prescribed powerful painkillers at a UK hospital. A damning report found an additional 200 patients were ...
450 lives shortened by UK hospital: reportCourier Mail
Gosport War Memorial Hospital: Families want criminal charges over painkiller deathsSky News
My 20-year fight to prove mum was given overdoseExpress.co.uk
Mirror.co.uk -Seattle Times -HeraldScotland -The Boston Globe
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06/14/2018
Doctors outraged over anti-vaccination billboard - 9news.com.au

9news.com.au

Doctors outraged over anti-vaccination billboard
9news.com.au
A new billboard placed in Perth has sparked controversy and outraged doctors. A woman is pictured holding texts books with a question next to her asking - do you know what's in a vaccine? It then provides a link to a radical American anti-vaccination ...

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06/19/2018
Video gaming an addiction - gulfnews.com

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Video gaming an addiction
gulfnews.com
Finally, the truth is out. Video gaming obsession, that has long tormented parents and counsellors with its borderline dalliance between creative stimulation and excessive euphoria, has now been declared as an addiction by the World Health Organisation ...

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06/20/2018
Cocaine in the Water Is Hurting River Eels - Smithsonian

Smithsonian

Cocaine in the Water Is Hurting River Eels
Smithsonian
The Earth's waters are laced with drugs—from prescription and over-the counter medications, to caffeine, to antibiotics from personal care products. Marine environments are also tainted with illegal drugs, and a recent study demonstrates just how ...
Endangered Eels Are Getting High on Cocaine Pollution, And It's Actually Not FunnyScienceAlert
Cocaine in rivers could be making eels hyperactive and damaging their musclesBreakingNews.ie
European eels are swimming in cocaine and other illegal drugsScience Magazine
The Independent -Newsweek
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06/20/2018
Overcoming Infertility through Multiple IVF Cycles - THISDAY Newspapers

THISDAY Newspapers

Overcoming Infertility through Multiple IVF Cycles
THISDAY Newspapers
While one in every four Nigerian couples experience delay in achieving conception, experts say with multiple IVF the challenge can be addressed. Martins Ifijeh chronicles the lives of couples who through the assisted reproductive technology are now ...
Parents demand apology after Sunrise compares IVF to gambling on the pokiesKidspot

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