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  • Prediabetes: 86 million people and counting.
    Prediabetes: 86 million people and counting.
    29.1 million people are living with diabetes in the United States. Additionally, approximately 86 million people (estimated to be one out of every 3 people) have prediabetes. Left untreated, 15-30 percent of these people with prediabetes will...
  • Sea Hut Combo Open-Faced Quesadilla
    Palmetto Florida restaurant review: Dining is a pleasure at the Sea Hut!
    Our favorite local hang out for dinner in Palmetto (Terra Ceia) Florida is the Sea Hut family restaurant!Enticing and delicious family recipes, weekly specials, made with mostly local high-quality ingredients. You typically don't wait long for...
  • Turmeric: The golden spice of long life and optimum health
    Tumeric: Which tumeric is best to buy? Get the facts
    Turmeric (also known as Curcumin) is an herbaceous perennial that is a native of India and southern and eastern Asia. It thrives in loose, alluvial, well-drained soil in full sun, growing to a height of about three feet. The plant has a slightly...
  • Sen Rand Paul makes contracting Ebola a political point
    Politicizing Ebola is bad for the country
    Accusations are flying everywhere. It doesn’t matter what newspapers you read or which news shows you watch, everyone has an opinion about Ebola. No matter that only one person has died of the disease and that person contracted it in Africa....
  • Dr. Hauschka Revitalizing Day Cream
    Dr. Hauschka sercret to younger looking skin
    Every minute each day, our skin on our bodies is open to the elements of natural that can cause us to age quicker than we are intended too. The sun for instance, causes skin to develop wrinkles, age spots and diseases such as skin cancer. The...
  • Vaccination
    First FDA-approved vaccine for subtype B Meningococcal disease
    A vaccine (Trumenba) for invasive meningococcal disease was approved by the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) today, October 29, 2014. Meningococcal disease is caused by the bacteria Neisseria meningitidis. A meningococcal...
  • Komang, 27, who is diagnosed with Schizophrenia, stands in her room where she is chained in Buleleng, Bali, Indonesia.
    Diagnoses of schizophrenia are increased with Toxoplasma gondii infection
    The diagnosis of schizophrenia has been baffling for physicians and researchers for a long time. The relatively subjective nature of the diagnosis coupled with a lack of any biological markers to support the diagnosis of schizophrenia as is true...
  • No One's Going To Respect You Until You Respect Yourself (4)
    No One's Going To Respect You Until You Respect Yourself (4)
    No one’s going to respect you till you respect yourself (4)Here are some tips on how to show respect towards others and gain the confidence of a spouse, family member or friend while doing it. Remember this is an area we all need to work on....
  • food fair
    Food events in New Jersey for November 2014 outside of thanksgiving
    November 1 - 2, 2014, Harvest food truck and wine festivalTime: 12 noon - 5 pmLocation: Village of Finesville; 269 Riegelsville Warren Glen Rd., Milford, NJThis is the first ever Harvest Food Truck and Wine Festival. The event will feature cuisine...
  • Turmeric: The golden spice of life
    Turmeric: The golden spice that tames your pain
    Turmeric is the golden spice that gives curry its distinctive flavor and coloring. Surprisingly, it helps to relieve pain. New research suggests that turmeric possesses anti-inflammatory and anti-cancer properties and helps to improve circulation...
  • Why are so many men losing their sex drive?
    Why are so many men losing their sex drive?
    A 2013 national survey on men's health, found that about 15% of men between the ages of 18 and 59 reported a lack of interest in sex. The survey noted that no physical problems were present, they were just losing interest in daily sex. This...
  • What is Peripheral Neuropathy?
    What is Peripheral Neuropathy?
    Peripheral neuropathy is a condition in which the nerve are damaged in the peripheral nervous system. There are many causes of this condition, including disease and injury. Peripheral neuropathy can affect the motor nerves that affect movement,...
  • Members of the U.S. Public Health Service arrive in Liberia
    American military buildup continues in Ebola-stricken Liberia
    The vast resources of the United States military continue to move into the Ebola-stricken nation of Liberia. The Army's 1st Area Medical Laboratory cased its colors at the Aberdeen Proving Ground on Oct. 27 in preparation for its deployment to...
  • Halloween candy
    Trick or Treat: beware of too much sugar on Halloween
    Halloween is here! Children either have gone trick-or-treating already or are getting ready to go on Friday. The intention of Halloween is not macabre to these little gobblers but to see who gets the most candy. Gobs of candy are collected and...
  • Are you a young adult at risk for stroke?
    Are you a young adult at risk for stroke?
    October 29 is World Stroke Day; therefore, neurologists at UCLA want to alert the public to risk factors for strokes. Unfortunately, when signs of stroke occur in younger adults, they often do not realize that they are having a stroke and avoid...