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Seaweed component siphonaxanthin may fight fat

A type of marine algae or seaweed called siphonaxanthin has demonstrated an ability to fight fat as well as provide another potential health benefit. What is special about siphonaxanthin?

Tuesday, 2015, January 27 - 3:04pm
FDA approves generic version of drug for treating GERD

Options for treating gastrointestinal reflux disease (GERD) offer new hope for those suffering from the condition, including FDA-approved generic drugs that provide greater access to healthcare for Americans.

Tuesday, 2015, January 27 - 1:11pm

Mariah Crenshaw believes the relationship between Cleveland police and residents is strained. Her own experience with the police led to a lawsuit and a settlement. Crenshaw suffers from fibromyalgia, and she claims her health problems were a joke for the officers who mistreated her in jail.

Monday, 2015, January 26 - 10:53pm

Mann's Mediterranean Style Snap Pea Sensations are being recalled because the packages contain allergens which are not listed on the label. The bags of snap peas contain undeclared wheat, mustard, sesame and soy, but these ingredients are missing from the label. Consumers are encouraged to discard the items if they are allergic or sensitive to these ingredients.

Monday, 2015, January 26 - 10:12pm
Getting quality sleep when your young can boost memory when you're old

If you want to boost your memory and learning skills as you age, a new study suggests that maintaining good quality sleep when you're younger can result in better cognitive functioning for up to 28 years as you age.

Monday, 2015, January 26 - 12:59pm
multiple sclerosis and stem cells

Treatment with a form of stem cell transplantation in individuals with relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis has demonstrated improvements in neurological disability, quality of life, and cognitive function. The new study, which appears in a recent issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association, did not show similar positive results for individuals with secondary progressive MS.

Monday, 2015, January 26 - 10:03am
calorie-free food

Is there such as thing as calorie-free food? That’s what many food companies want you to believe. But if it’s not true, then how do they get away with it?! Read on and discover the truth about what it really means when that label says “Calorie-free” on it.

Monday, 2015, January 26 - 5:19am
Losing weight

When it comes to losing weight, it can be hard to separate myths from facts. For example, does having sex really burn off a lot of calories? Read on and discover what works and what doesn’t from a nutritionist who helps dieters separate fact from fiction.

Saturday, 2015, January 24 - 2:29am

A new study examined data from The Health Improvement Network (THIN) and found that celiac disease has tripled in U.K. children in the last 20 years. More than 2 million children were in the THIN system, and 1,247 had the disorder. The rate of diagnosis was higher for girls than boys, but there are other issues researchers noticed.

Friday, 2015, January 23 - 9:07pm

The pet food and treats sitting in your pantry, kitchen shelves or other parts of the house can affect your entire family’s health. It is not just your adorable poodle or Maine Coon who can suffer from medical issues. Pet food can affect people’s lives in more than one way.

Friday, 2015, January 23 - 7:27pm

The therapeutic benefits of reconnecting with nature are well-documented, and the wilderness can serve as the perfect backdrop for addressing serious psychological and behavioral issues. In recent years, some therapists have decided to take a gentler approach to intervention, and troubled youth is often the target.

Thursday, 2015, January 22 - 11:20pm

MSG (monosodium glutamate) is a controversial food additive commonly used to enhance products by giving them a savory flavor. Although MSG is typically associated with Chinese restaurants, it can be found in a variety of items ranging from canned soup to processed sausages. The FDA (Food and Drug Administration) labels MSG as generally recognized as safe, but there are reports of reactions to the flavor enhancer.

Thursday, 2015, January 22 - 7:34pm