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Sleep apnea linked to Alzheimer's disease: Which comes first?
Estimates suggest more than 1 in 15 people suffer from sleep apnea. A new study shows the sleep disorder is also linked to Alzheimer’s disease.
How ginger compounds could help treat asthma
Research finds how ginger could help patients with asthma breathe better.
How these 3 juicing recipes could help cholesterol, headache or weight loss
Nutritionist and juicing icon Cherie Calbom, MS. (“The Juice Lady”) has some great remedies for specific ailments that include arthritis, headache and high cholesterol.
Fact or myth? Most scientists agree humans are cause of climate change
A new study analysis finds most scientists really do agree climate change is caused by humans, despite myths to the contrary. Why is that important?
Could painless brain stimulation make us all smarter?
Neuroscientists say stimulating the brain electrically increases math skills.
Top 4 meats you may not want on your plate due to bacteria
The Environmental Working Group (EWG) highlights four meats that could cause human illness because they contain antibiotic resistant superbugs. How do you avoid getting sick from bacteria in meat?
Agent Orange Link to Lethal Prostate Cancer Spawns Recommendations
Veterans exposed to Agent Orange during the Viet Nam war are known to be at higher risk for prostate cancer.
New COPD drug approved by FDA: Better than available inhalers?
The FDA has approved a new inhaler drug for treatment of COPD. The drug Breo Ellipta is a combination of two medications.
Memory loss from cholesterol drugs real: How it might happen
If you are having trouble remembering where you put your cholesterol lowering pill, it might be from the pill itself.
Bird and pig flu mutations could mean human outbreaks
MIT researchers say there are concerns that flu viruses circulating among pigs and birds could strike humans in a big way.
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