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The PPJ Gazette

While the FDA tries to unlawfully empower its agency with an eye on controlling the access to nutritional supplements, vitamins, minerals and herbs, actually funding a report that was carefully skewed to imply that nutritional aids of any kind could

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Our brains are constantly adapting to information from the world around us. However, some activities make a bigger impression than others. In recent years, researchers have been probing how outside influences, from music to meditation, might change

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Experts are finding that "high-fructose corn syrup" (HFCS) is making us fat. Scientists at nutrition research centers are saying that it's a huge problem.

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Man, I had this brilliant idea a while back but it looks like others are already advancing the technology. My idea was you could use ebedded charcoal like in odor eaters for your shoes. Damn, that really stinks.

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A few transplants of the 28,000 performed yearly involve the same organ spending time in more than two bodies. The most common scenario arises when patient in late stages of a disease receives liver or kidney as a last-ditch effort to keep him alive.