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Eating Fresh – Farm to Table

Food. Not only is it nourishment, but it is also a social event for many. And for some of us, we begin thinking about our next meal just as soon as we finish the previous one. However, what we eat has changed over the years. And as tastes have changed, the landscape of restaurants has

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The US food and drug laws are famous worldwide for their rigour. However, in one surprising respect, this reputation may not be wholly deserved. It turns out that there are still thousands of unapproved drugs available in the US. How has this situation come about? Image Credit Repeated tightening of the law The Food And

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The Use of Wearables in Clinical Trials

Lots of people are already using their own wearables to help monitor their health and wellbeing. These devices can keep a check on everything from how many steps a wearer is taking, to their heart rate, to how well they are sleeping at night. But wearable technology can do so much more, and it could

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Benefits of Laser Shaping

A couple of additional pounds around the hips, thighs or waistline can be difficult to smolder off with eating regimen and practice alone. Liposuction and liposculpture are the answer for some individuals who essentially aren’t getting comes about with characteristic weight loss strategies, and the most recent advancements in liposuction innovation incorporate the framework, a

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Most of our age is reflected by our skin via changes in its texture and brightness. Unfortunately, age is first seen on the skin than on any other part of our body. Our skin begins its aging process in our twenties. The ability of our skin to retain water reduces and oxygen levels also reduce.

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Touch is important to all living beings, being one of first and most basic means of communication. Massage is just one way of communicating sensations, hopefully of a pleasant nature. Just as the body stores up the tensions of the day, both physical and emotional, in the muscles of the neck, back, head and limbs,

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The non-profit Robert Wood Johnson Foundation released the results of its study of employer-provided Tennessee health insurance coverage. During the past decade, an estimated 354, 000 Tennesseans or about eight percent) lost employer-based Tennessee health insurance coverage. The number of employees who are losing the option for Tennessee health insurance as an employee benefit or

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Working with the Center for American Progress, California first lady Maria Shriver is taking a serious second look at the segment of Californians who are facing unusually high risk for life-altering diseases like arthritis, cancer, diabetes and heart disease. Considering their typical work load, it’s not surprising that caregivers are almost twice as likely as

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NEW YORK — Medical treatments moved forward by leaps and bounds during the 20th century, enabling quality of life to be greatly improved and for the quantity of that same life to be extended. In addition to pharmaceutical developments, a significant number of new medical devices became commonplace in the treatment of a variety of