Tag Archives: Finds

Chronic Pain: Yoga, Acupuncture, And Tai Chi Effective In Pain Management, Study Finds

About 126 million Americans suffer from one kind of pain each year. Within this number, 40 million people experience severe chronic pain. Many American’s have found it difficult to obtain complete relief from prescribed drugs and have turned to more unconventional methods of pain relief including techniques like yoga, acupuncture, massage therapy, and tai chi. Americans spend over $ 14 ...

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Trivago finds that Morzine is this year's most popular ski resort destination

Trivago has found France to be the most popular for a ski holiday overall Austria is also a popular destination, boasting six of the top 25 resorts Zakopane, Poland, is a great-value destination and third on this year’s list  By Katie Amey for MailOnline Published: 07:25 EST, 21 February 2016 | Updated: 10:59 EST, 21 February 2016 Though the ski ...

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Heartburn Drugs Linked To Dementia, Research Finds Possible Connection Of Brain Disorders To PPI Drugs

Heartburn drugs, also known as proton pump inhibitors, may be linked to an increased risk for dementia, according to researchers in Germany. The study, published February 15 in the journal JAMA Neurology, did not solidly prove that taking PPI drugs caused brain disorders, but it showed a statistical association between heartburn drugs and dementia in elderly patients, said Britta Haenisch ...

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Scholar finds rare New Testament manuscript on eBay priced at $99

While you’re scouring eBay for Christmas presents, there are scholars and collectors out there who are keeping an eye out for one-of-a-kind finds. Back in January, Geoffrey Smith, an assistant professor of early Christianity at the University of Texas, came across one such item: a 1,700-year-old papyrus fragment of the Gospel of John. The starting price? $ 99, no reserve. ...

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Study Finds Antibiotics Linked To Weight Gain In Children

While the overuse of antibiotics has been a frequently studied and debated, not to mention controversial, issue due to the incidence and prevalence of superbugs such as methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) and Vancomycin-resistant enterococcus (VRE), a new concern has been replicated in several studies that shows a correlation between antibiotic use in children and weight gain. United States children are ...

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Poll finds Christie’s approval at home sinks to record low

Republican Gov. Chris Christie has sunk to new lows in the eyes of New Jersey residents. As he works to lay the groundwork for an expected 2016 presidential bid, his favorability rating at home has dropped to its lowest point, according to a poll by Rutgers University’s Eagleton Center for Public Interest Polling out Friday. Most Popular Utah mother pleads guilty ...

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Obamacare ‘Unaffordable’ For 105 Million, Health Study Finds

Obamacare (aka the Affordable Care Act) isn’t quite as affordable as initially reported, according to a new study from the non-partisan American Health Policy Institute (AHPI). The organization arrived at its findings by first going to the ACA itself and examining how the law defines “affordable.” From the study. “Coverage is deemed to be not ‘affordable’ according to the ACA ...

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E-cigarette vapor damages the immune system of mice, study finds

E-cigarettes are being pitched as potentially safer alternatives to traditional tobacco cigarettes, but it’s starting to look like they may share some of the same deleterious effects. A new study out of Johns Hopkins University looks at e-cigarettes’ effects on mice, and it finds that exposure to their vapor limited of the mice’s immune systems and impaired their lungs’ ability ...

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New York doesn’t like fracking, NRDC finds

Daniel J. GraeberNEW YORK, Oct. 7 (UPI) — Those taking part in a survey commissioned by the Natural Resources Defense Council said they support a fracking ban in New York, the group said Tuesday. Top News – UPI.com

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Healthy Kids Still Die Of The Flu, Research Finds

A new report examining the flu shot and the risk posed by a bout of flu in healthy children indicates that an alarming number of childhood flu deaths are in children with no clear health risk present. Deaths from flu in healthy children were examined in a new Pediatrics report, in which findings indicate a frightening 830 flu deaths in ...

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