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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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Testosterone Study: Researchers Find Little Results In Men Using Low Testosterone Boosters

A low testosterone treatment study found no significant improvement in the sex lives, strength, or mood of a group of male participants. The results of the government-sponsored research is the first one to provide proof as to whether some popular “low-t” booster supplements actually help with low sex drive, lack of energy, and other age-related problems. As reported by Fox ...

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New Study Reveals Drinking More Coffee Reverses Liver Damage Caused By Drinking Booze

A new study has officially given anyone who has ever woken up with a searing hangover and unable to function without that first cup of coffee, some good news about just how healing that ritual can be. The Alimentary Pharmacology and Therapeutics journal published that drinking coffee just might help reduce the damage that booze can do to the liver. ...

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Organic Meat And Milk A Lot Richer In Healthy Omega-3 Fatty Acids, Indicates New Study – Should You Avoid Farmed Products?

Organic meat and milk are a lot richer in omega-3, concludes a new study. Conventionally “farmed” products simply do not offer the health benefits the organically produced ones can, adds the study conducted by scientists from multiple nations. Organically produced products are essentially a lot healthier than conventional products in a number of ways. This news is certainly music to ...

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Study supports Zika link to microcephaly

Image copyright AP Image caption A 10-year-old Brazilian boy holds his two-month-old brother, who was born with microcephaly Scientists say a study involving pregnant women in Brazil “strengthens” the theory that Zika is linked to microcephaly birth defects in babies. The research confirmed the presence of Zika virus in the amniotic fluid of two women who had had Zika-like symptoms ...

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Study reveals the habits that enrage fellow flyers including seat kickers

A huge 41 per cent voted those who kick the seat to be the worst offender Brits are among the least likely to strike up conversation with other flyers Contenders include people listening to loud music and drunk passengers By Georgia Diebelius For Mailonline Published: 19:00 EST, 11 February 2016 | Updated: 19:24 EST, 11 February 2016 Is there anything ...

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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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Delayed Kindergarten Enrollment Dramatically Reduces ADHD In Children, Study Shows

Delaying kindergarten enrollment for one year shows significant mental health benefits for children, according to a recent study. Researchers found that a one-year delay in enrolling a child in kindergarten dramatically reduces inattention and hyperactivity at age seven. Researchers found that children who were held back from kindergarten for as little as one year showed a 73 percent reduction in ...

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New Study Shows Acute Lower Back Pain May Not Require Physical Therapy

Acute lower back pain is something that the majority of us will experience at one point or another. There are hundreds of reasons that people might experience back pain. A person could lift something a little too heavy, a fall could occur, or playing with the kids could go wrong. Those are simple and common reasons, but back pain could ...

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Perception Of Time Is Altered In Depressed Individuals, Study Says

Although it’s difficult to estimate the number of people in the United States who suffer from the disease of depression, it is likely the most prevalent disease there is. There are many reasons that people don’t seek treatment from a medical doctor, with one of the most common being that the individual themselves may not be aware that they are ...

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