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Diet or Regular? Choice of Alcohol Mixer Affects Intoxication - Yahoo! News

Saturday, February 9, 2013
Category: Health

From news.yahoo.com

The findings suggest that diet mixers, although lower in calories, may have insidious effects, said study researcher Cecile Marczinski, an assistant professor of psychology at Northern Kentucky University.

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A Sin City Savior′s Quest To Cure The Common Hangover

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Thursday, February 7, 2013
Category: Health

From www.buzzfeed.com

Dozens, maybe hundreds, of packaged cures are currently on the market, and no tiny birds are harmed in their manufacture. Hangover Joe′s, which bills itself as "the nation′s #1 Hangover Relief Product," touts the flower of the kudzu plant as its key ingredient.

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HIV, other STDs ‘inactivated’ by condoms treated with silver nanoparticles: researchers News National Post

Tuesday, January 22, 2013
Category: Health

From news.nationalpost.com

Condoms have a 15% failure rate, so a University of Manitoba team tried soaking condoms in a solution of silver nanoparticles, and the treated devices appeared to kill all HIV and herpes in lab experiments

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Muscular strength in male adolescents and premature death: cohort study of one million participants BMJ

Friday, December 28, 2012
Category: Health

From www.bmj.com

Low muscular strength in adolescents is an emerging risk factor for major causes of death in young adulthood, such as suicide and cardiovascular diseases. The effect size observed for all cause mortality was equivalent to that for well established risk factors such as elevated body mass index or blood pressure.

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Wound Healing and the Foreign Body Reaction

Friday, November 23, 2012
Category: Health

From www.uweb.engr.washington.edu

The body’s top priorities are to stop blood loss, restore function and to prevent infection. Repairing tissue involves restoring both cells and their protein matrix. The protein matrix defines tissue structure and supports cellular adhesion and migration.

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The Last Laughing Death The Global Mail

Thursday, November 22, 2012
Category: Health

From www.theglobalmail.org

After 55 years, the final patrol for cases of the mysterious ‘laughing death’ in remote Papua New Guinea has returned from the highlands. From this pursuit came Nobel-winning science, clues to ‘mad cow’ and insights into Alzheimer’s disease.

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The Brain: An Electric Cure for the Mind Depression & Happiness DISCOVER Magazine

Saturday, November 3, 2012
Category: Health

From discovermagazine.com

Doctors in Italy first used electroconvulsive therapy in 1938 to treat schizophrenia; in the decades that followed, the treatment spread to other countries and other disorders, especially depression. Although ECT was clearly effective, it could be a frightening experience.

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Chilling Brain Scans Show the Impact of a Mother′s Love on a Child′s Brain Size : Science/Tech : Medical Daily

Tuesday, October 30, 2012
Category: Health

From www.medicaldaily.com

xperts say that the sizeable difference in the two brains is primarily caused by the difference in the way each child was treated by their mothers. While at first glance, the images might indicate that the child with the right brain might have suffered a serious accident or illness, neurologists said that the truth is that the child with the shrunken brain was neglected and abused by its mother, and the child with the larger and more fully developed brain was raised in a loving, supportive home and was looked after by its mother, according to The Sunday Telegraph.

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Gary Taubes on Dieting FiveBooks The Browser

Monday, October 22, 2012
Category: Health

From thebrowser.com

Before World War II in Europe, there were two general themes that were running through nutrition and obesity science. One was that the refinement of food " particularly the refinement of carbohydrates and sugars " was causing major health problems.

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How to Die - NYTimes.com

Sunday, October 14, 2012
Category: Health

From www.nytimes.com

The Liverpool Pathway brings many of the practices of hospice care into a hospital setting, where it can reach many more patients approaching death.

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