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Wade Miley is addressing questions about his statements related to the gluten-free diet and celiac disease. The baseball player claims the Arizona Diamondbacks pressured him to be on the diet, but he refused, and his decision became a frequent source of issues. Miley does not have a medical condition that would require him to be on the diet, and he felt that eliminating gluten was not necessary.

Friday, 2014, December 19 - 7:21pm
Dr Oz and The Doctors

Anyone who relies on or believes the advice dished out by the hosts of the TV programs Dr. Oz Show and The Doctors may want to think twice. According to the findings of a new study from the University of Alberta (UB), one should be wary of the information because frequently there is little, no, or contradictory research to support it.

Friday, 2014, December 19 - 1:35pm

Some fibromyalgia sufferers have turned to cryotherapy as they fight chronic pain and fatigue. This treatment involves exposing the body to freezing temperatures, and whole body cryotherapy tends to be the most popular option. Fibromyalgia patients claim to have found relief from using this method.

Thursday, 2014, December 18 - 9:20pm

The gluten-free diet does not take a vacation, and people with celiac disease are forced to search for the right accommodations, so their health is not compromised during a trip. Fortunately, New York offers several options that make traveling with celiac disease easier. There are businesses that cater to food allergies and are celiac friendly.

Thursday, 2014, December 18 - 6:52pm
male runner

A letter to my fellow male runner; the one who finds it not only necessary, but appropriate to wear booty shorts while running in public.

Thursday, 2014, December 18 - 7:49am
HCG weight loss

Have you considered trying the HCG Diet for losing weight? You might want to reconsider this after a recent news report about one HCG-related weight loss supplement that marketers were fined for by the FTC for using fraudulent sales tactics that were deceptive and not supported by scientific evidence as claimed.

Thursday, 2014, December 18 - 1:04am
video games and multiple sclerosis

Playing video games can be more than fun; it can be a therapeutic experience for people who live with multiple sclerosis. Several studies have explored the value of video games for managing multiple sclerosis symptoms, and more research is in the works. What’s the scoop?

Wednesday, 2014, December 17 - 8:06am
lost fat in weight loss

Here’s a weight loss brain tickler that a high percentage of doctors and dieticians got wrong in a recent survey: When you lose weight, where does the fat actually go? Read on and discover the correct answer to this fat-burning question and impress your friends the next time you talk about dieting and how it works.

Wednesday, 2014, December 17 - 6:21am

Fibromyalgia continues to baffle the medical community with complex symptoms, difficult diagnoses and unknown origins. The disease is characterized by widespread pain that often forces patients to seek help from chiropractors. One chiropractor believes there are several factors that can be changed in a person’s lifestyle to either reduce the likelihood of developing the disorder or reduce the symptoms once the disease is already present.

Tuesday, 2014, December 16 - 9:50pm

Do people really understand celiac disease and the gluten-free diet? A new survey reveals that more education about this condition and diet is needed. A poll of 2,205 people in the United States showed that 64 percent believe a gluten-free diet is not necessary for most people to follow. In addition, the survey confirmed the trend others have noticed about the diet being viewed as a fad.

Tuesday, 2014, December 16 - 6:30pm
severe depression could be laughing matter

It’s still too early to tell, but treating severe depression could be a matter of giving a dose of laughing gas. No joke. Results of a proof-of-concept clinical trial suggest that nitrous oxide could be a quick and temporary treatment for depression that has not responded to other therapy.

Monday, 2014, December 15 - 8:57am
E-cigarette warning

In light of what is believed to be the first reported death of a child by nicotine poisoning, health authorities are stating in related news that E-Cigarettes should be treated like real cigarettes because of the inherent dangers they pose.

Monday, 2014, December 15 - 1:55am