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  • Pot and pile of vitamin D tablets
    Vitamin D has little effect on diseases
    Heart disease, cancer, fractures and risk of mortality see little help from supplementation Vitamin D is both a nutrient we eat and a hormone our bodies make. Few foods are naturally rich in vitamin D, so the biggest dietary sources of vitamin D...
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    Statistics on Developmental Disorders in Fort Worth
    The 2010 U.S. census lists Fort Worth’s population at 772,992. This number is a mixture of all ages. As a major metropolitan city in Texas, Fort Worth has a strong percentage of children born with development disorders. Certainly, a variety...
  • Stuttering author embraces lifelong disorder
    Stuttering author embraces lifelong disorder
    A cure that would end the bullying and laughter. In her book, Out With It, Katherine Preston tells how she developed a stutter at the age of seven. She’s just not quite in sync, her brain, she decided doesn’t want to cooperate. She...
  • Personality disorders
    Understanding personality disorders
    Our personality refers to the thoughts, feelings, and behaviors that we regularly exhibit over time. Our personality not only determines who we are but also governs how we see and interact with the world around us.When a personality causes...
  • Is your tuna sandwich killing you?
    Tuna: a main dish in summer of the American diet.
    Is your tuna sandwich killing you?Tuna is versatile. Easy to prepare, it is a quick and cheap carry out lunch for many employed workers. Serve with macaroni and cheese at diner time, tuna is also excellent as sushi. This large ocean fish is well...
  • Magnesium has been linked to many disorders.
    Magnesium may be the most important mineral in your detox goal.
    Foreign chemical compounds such as pesticides or carcinogens overflow in today’s environment and food supply. Unfortunately, everyone is exposed to them. Deadly chemicals can be found in the air, water and food. Magnesium plays an important...
  • Acute coronary heart syndrome: Symptoms
    Acute coronary heart syndrome: Symptoms
    Acute coronary syndrome is a catch medical phrase that describes any medical condition which obstructs the blood flow to the heart. The Montreal Heart institute is a major center for treating acute coronary syndrome. According to a major study of...
  •   Dog or cat meat, a delicacy in some cultures, is certainly not free of saturated either.
    ‘Meatless Monday ’: saving life & the environment. Don’t eat your dog either!
    ‘Meatless Monday’The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg University of Public Health which has one office in the heart of Washington DC, at 1717 Massachusetts Avenue, NW. In association with other various universities around the country, it...
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    Wayne State University to study fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASDs)
    Fetal alcohol spectrumdisordersare one of the most common birth defects not only in the United States but it is alsoa concern worldwide. Women who consume large amounts of alcohol during pregnancy are putting their unborn babies at risk of major...
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    Dealing with more than one addiction
    If you currently reside in South Carolina, there are many treatment centers that aid in dual addictions like the ones discussed in this article, to find help, do not wait another day, see: Addiction Treatment Centers in South Carolina. Also visit ...
  • Longevity columnist in discussion with Roger Batchelor
    Adventures with Alzheimer's, finale
    Our adventure into Alzheimer’s disease (AD), touching on other dementias as well, is just about to conclude.In case you have trouble remembering, we’ve trekked fearlessly through an initial exploration of disease and fears, discovering...
  • Clouds
    Adventures with Alzheimer's, 2a
    One of the scariest bits about Alzheimer’s disease is its mystery: what causes it and how does one stop the brain from self-destructing? However, it may be useful to consider we (the human race) do not know everything. We tend to see and...
  • Disorders, and letting people know
    When do you let others know about your child/children's disorders?
    It is a struggle to know "when" the right time is...in a perfect world, right away would be great. Sometimes people hold out due to the worries/concerns that their child may be "labeled". In a perfect world, that wouldn't...
  • Angela Representative of Atlanta Local School Workshop giving Tips on Leadership
    Continuous Interventions for Building Healthier Communities
    There are interventions that are positive that have been put in place to aid in the constant battle of children with disorders. Whether, a child has been diagnosed with add, or adhd, etc., there should be a support team to render specialized...
  • Charles Darwin's "Terror"
    Adventures with Alzheimer's, introduction
    It starts with losing the car keys. Then the dog. Eventually one can’t find his/her own kitchen and begins wondering why all these strangers are saying “I love you.” From there it goes downhill.Yes, dear Longevity Readers, most...
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