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Synergy’s New Constipation Drug Shows Real Promise

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January 23, 2013

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Constipation, News

Synergy Pharmaceuticals has been eager to report the positive results that they are getting in a key clinical trial for an experimental chronic constipation drug in development. With these latest results, Synergy can take another step closer to getting their new constipation medication approved and eventually to competing with the… Read More
 

Investigating the Link between RA and Obesity

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January 18, 2013

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Investigating the Link between RA and Obesity
With obesity rates still on the rise, medical researchers have noticed that the prevalence of other diseases is going up as well. In fact, one disease that could be linked to higher rates of obesity is rheumatoid arthritis. Studies have shown that the rates of rheumatoid arthritis have increased over… Read More
 

Higher Risk of Damage for Older Lupus Patients Taking Corticosteroids

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January 15, 2013

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Higher Risk of Damage for Older Lupus Patients Taking Corticosteroids
  In recent years, there have been a number of really promising advancements made in the treatment of systemic lupus erythematosus. Unfortunately, patients who have developed this autoimmune disorder are still at risk for sustaining disease damage, especially if they are older and are taking corticosteroids for their condition. In… Read More
 

The Link between Diabetes and Breast Cancer

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January 10, 2013

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The Link between Diabetes and Breast Cancer
A study that was recently published in Diabetologia has released new evidence on the link between breast cancer survivors and diabetes. The largest clinical trial of its kind to date has shown that breast cancer survivors, who are post-menopause, have a higher risk of eventually developing diabetes. This particular study… Read More
 

Paleo Resources for Beginners

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December 30, 2012

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Paleo Resources for Beginners
For people who have immersed themselves in the paleo lifestyle, this type of diet seems very natural. However, if you are just starting to learn about the modern caveman diet, these dietary restrictions can seem quite daunting or downright crazy. For this reason, people who are interested in this style… Read More
 

How Do You Lower Your Cholesterol with Probiotics?

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December 22, 2012

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High Cholesterol, News

How Do You Lower Your Cholesterol with Probiotics?
If you haven’t yet heard, then it is time to go to the store and load up on some of your favorite flavors of yogurt. That’s right; in addition to be a great snack choice when hungry, yogurt could also be very beneficial for your long-term heart health. According to… Read More
 

Can You Be a Vegan and Still Go Paleo?

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December 13, 2012

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Can You Be a Vegan and Still Go Paleo?
People who follow a vegetarian diet are probably eating their fair share of beans, grains, soy, and of course fruits and veggies. Now, It is a proven fact that human beings need protein, which aside from fruits and veggies; you can get from soy, beans, nuts, and seeds. However, these… Read More
 

Our Top 10 List of High Cholesterol Foods

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December 7, 2012

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Our Top 10 List of High Cholesterol Foods
You probably wouldn’t be that surprised if someone were to tell you that it would be a bad idea to make French fries and fried chicken a major staple of your diet. Fried foods, while being quite tasty, are also packed with excess fat, sodium, and you guessed it: cholesterol!… Read More
 

How does Eating Paleo Help with Fibromyalgia?

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November 30, 2012

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How does Eating Paleo Help with Fibromyalgia?
Due to the lack of objective diagnostic tests available for fibromyalgia, this is a chronic condition which often remains vastly misunderstood. People who have fibromyalgia can suffer from a wide range of symptoms, and often, they may live large portions of their lives without realizing what the root cause is.… Read More
 

Do You Know What COPD Is? Troubling Results from the Latest Nationwide Survey

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November 29, 2012

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Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, News

Do You Know What COPD Is? Troubling Results from the Latest Nationwide Survey
According to a recent nationwide survey, public awareness of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) has dropped to its previous level recorded in 2008. Over the last few years, health officials had been rather pleased to see rising levels in public awareness of COPD, but the results of this survey show… Read More
 
 
 

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