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Researchers determine vitamin D blood level for reducing major medical risks in older adults

Leila Gray EurekAlert Association of low blood concentrations with major disease events, like heart attacks, varies with seasons In testing older patients’ blood vitamin D levels, there’s uncertainty about where the dividing line falls between enough and not enough. The … Continue reading

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The Institute for Vibrant Living Shares Breaking News: Recent Study Strongly Suggests Vitamin D Reduces Risk of Type 2 Diabetes

Source: PR Web The Institute for Vibrant Living shares a study that suggests Vitamin D reduces the risk of type 2 Diabetes. Good news for people at risk for Type 2 Diabetes! Some recent and ongoing studies suggest that there … Continue reading

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Big Pharma Routinely Suppresses Data from Clinical Trials—but FDA Approves These Dangerous Drugs Anyway!

Source: ANH Help us persuade Congress to reform the agency with our Action Alert! Drug research, even from clinical trials sponsored by the federal government, is routinely suppressed, according to a new study in the British Medical Journal (BMJ), an … Continue reading

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Cell Phone Towers: The 3 a.m. Alarm Clock

Source: Conrad LeBeau Today, millions of Americans in cities awaken around 3 in the morning and then struggle to get back to sleep. As the number of devices (cell phones, iPods, GPS, Wi-Fi, smart meters, wireless broadband for laptop computers, … Continue reading

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Magnets could prevent heart attacks by thinning the blood as effectively as aspirin

Source: Daily Mail People at risk of heart attacks are often prescribed aspirin to thin the blood, but now scientists believe that MAGNETS could one day be used instead. Scientists at Temple University in Michigan found that a device that … Continue reading

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