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Health and Physical Fitness

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Recent results published in the European Journal of Nutrition indicate that cranberry juice may reduce the number of endothelial cells that produce a compound called osteocalcin, which has been linked to hardening of the arteries.

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After years of assurance that genetically engineered (GE) crops are the answer to pesky pest problems, corn rootworm is now turning into a nightmare for America's agricultural biotech companies.

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I’m always looking for new exercises to throw into my workout routine. Recently, I’ve gotten into a training method used by ancient Persian wrestlers, Victorian gentlemen, and even members of the Band of Brothers. It’s called Indian club training.

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The Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine – PCRM – a Washington, DC based nonprofit organization formed in 1985, brings a lot of evidence to the table about the correlation between what we eat and our physical and mental health.

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By Yolanda Bertaud

A healthy diet is a life-style diet; if you feel hungry or deprived…you’re on the wrong program! This list of food groups keeps your immune system functioning properly, help to prevent disease, anti-aging, anti-inflammatory, anti-obesity choices.

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By Owen Smith

In the last article I explored some of the many cannabis products emerging from the inventive and inspired medical cannabis community.

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Ryan Bradley via

My first migraine arrived in a fuzzy cloud of reds and purples, a stab of pain that left me bent over in the back of an auto-rickshaw, squinting and nauseous, on my morning commute to Connaught Place, in New Delhi.

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Jon Cohen via

Internet pioneer Larry Smarr's quest to quantify everything about his health led him to a startling discovery, an unusual partnership with his doctor, and more control over his life.