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Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Researchers have found an immune system signature that is present in people who have been newly diagnosed with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS), providing "robust evidence" that the disease has a biological basis.

Saturday, 2015, February 28 - 3:06pm

Two unrelated fibromyalgia patients recently encountered problems in public places because of their service dogs. The patients, a woman in Connecticut and a woman in Texas, were told they could not have their dogs inside the buildings and were denied service. Both of these incidents are potential violations of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

Friday, 2015, February 27 - 10:52pm

Baseball player Mark Teixeira has switched to a gluten-free diet originally created to fight celiac disease, and he is already calling it “no fun.” The New York Yankees star claims that he changed his diet to avoid injuries and improve his health. He hired a new trainer and eliminated all the gluten from his diet, but he also decided to cut sugar and dairy.

Friday, 2015, February 27 - 10:14pm
anti-inflammatory diet for multiple sclerosis

Multiple sclerosis is a disease that involves inflammation, so it seems logical to pursue treatments that reduce it. Why not try an anti-inflammatory diet?

Friday, 2015, February 27 - 8:56am
Bulletproof Coffee not a Weight Loss Drink

Are you jumping on the popular bandwagon of adding Bulletproof coffee to your diet for weight loss? You may want to rethink that decision as a recent Shape magazine article argues why Bulletproof coffee is not a weight loss health drink.

Thursday, 2015, February 26 - 10:37pm
Losing belly fat

Are you looking for the latest help in getting rid of existing belly fat or preventing belly fat from accumulating on your body? Here is a new opportunity through a university study looking for volunteers who want to lose their belly fat - for free.

Thursday, 2015, February 26 - 4:36am
potential new treatment for aggressive brain tumors

Scientists are hot on the trail of a potential new treatment for aggressive brain tumors known as glioblastoma multiforme. According to the American Cancer Society, more than 22,000 Americans were estimated to have been diagnosed with glioblastoma multiforme in 2010.

Wednesday, 2015, February 25 - 1:15pm

Experts have been recommending that people drink more water for decades. Although most people are familiar with the usual benefits listed by doctors and nutritionists, there are unique advantages to adding more water to your daily routine. Hydration is essential for life, and your body requires water to function normally.

Tuesday, 2015, February 24 - 9:42pm

How would you like to start your morning with a delicious gluten-free cilantro and cucumber juice? Juicing has become a popular option for people searching for a way to cleanse their body and lose weight. However, it also has benefits for people with celiac disease and gluten sensitivities.

Tuesday, 2015, February 24 - 8:34pm
Muscle Injection and Weight Loss

Do you find that no matter how hard you work your muscles during exercise that you just don’t seem to burn off as many calories as you should? This could be due to the natural tendency of the body to attempt to conserve energy. However, recent research shows that a new targeted muscle injection discovery may override this tendency in muscle and help the obese lose weight.

Tuesday, 2015, February 24 - 1:07am
5 nutrients low in women with multiple sclerosis

Researchers at Johns Hopkins University found that women with multiple sclerosis have a lower intake of five nutrients when compared with their healthy peers. These five antioxidant and anti-inflammatory nutrients may play an important role in the disease, so what should women do?

Monday, 2015, February 23 - 9:09am
Weight loss drug refund

You may be getting a check in the mail from the Federal Trade Commission if you bought this weight loss product that made bogus claims as to its effectiveness toward weight loss.

Monday, 2015, February 23 - 4:45am