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Celiac disease risk rises in infants exposed to gluten

A new study has found that the risk of celiac disease increases in infants who are fed gluten before the age of two. Researchers point out that the risk is tied to genetics. They believe they may have found one of the key reasons why some children with a genetic predisposition for celiac disease develop the condition. It appears that the amount of gluten that an infant eats can have a large impact on the development of the disease.

Fibromyalgia patients benefit from surprisingly simple exercise

A new study reveals that the path to reducing fibromyalgia pain does not have to be complicated. Researchers focused on a group of female fibromyalgia patients who were able to decrease their pain by simply walking. Previous studies have shown that exercise can have a positive impact on patients who are dealing with fibromyalgia. Now, more research backs up the idea that staying active is essential.

Fibromyalgia pain triggered by nightshade vegetables

Patients and medical professionals continue to report that fibromyalgia symptoms can become worse after eating nightshade vegetables. The Solanaceae family, also known as the potato or nightshade family, has been linked by patients and doctors to an increase in pain and fatigue. Although some people do not react to these plants, others report that they are a serious problem and feel better after eliminating them from the diet.

How pets dramatically improve your health


Multiple studies have shown that pets can have a dramatic and positive impact on people’s health. They can improve physical, emotional and mental health. From reducing stress to improving blood pressure, pets are capable of helping their owners in a variety of ways. The National Institutes of Health (NIH) points out that an estimated 67 percent of all households have at least one pet, and they are considered an essential part of the family.

Chondroitin Beats Celecoxib in Treatment of Knee Osteoarthritis

treatment of knee osteoarthritis

For treatment of knee osteoarthritis, you may want to consider the natural supplement chondroitin rather than the prescription drug celecoxib. According to a new study, chondroitin beats celecoxib in treatment of knee osteoarthritis because it offers benefits beyond pain relief and improved mobility.

Alpha-1 Antitrypsin Deficiency Gains Awareness

Alpha-1 Antitrypsin Deficiency Gains Awareness

The story about Kerri Evensen of Wisconsin, who discovered she had a life-threatening aneurysm while undergoing routine testing for her liver donation for her four-year-old son Auden who has alpha-1 antitrypsin deficiency, has done several things, not least of which is increased awareness of this rare disease. In fact, the state of Ohio had already officially designated November as “Alpha-1 Antitrypsin Deficiency Awareness Month” earlier this year.

9 of the healthiest foods in the world

healthiest foods

How many times have you heard the following statements about food? “Eat this! Do not eat this! Only eat two cups of this per day. If you do not get at least one serving of this daily, you will elevate your risk of disease.” These are statements people hear all of the time. The flood of information and conflicting ideas make it difficult to know which statements to believe. However, there is evidence and research to support the following nine natural foods that are good for you. Plus, these nine foods actually taste good.

New Non-Drug Approach to Improve Memory and Balance in Multiple Sclerosis

improve memory and balance in multiple sclerosis

Although it is still in the study stage, investigators have developed and tested a new non-drug, non-invasive device that improved memory and balance in individuals with multiple sclerosis. The new device, called the Portable Neuromodulation Stimulator (PoNS™), delivers neurostimulation through the tongue.

Low testosterone must be dealt with immediately

Low testosterone

Although a lot of attention is given to female menopause, you rarely hear discussions about male menopause. Unfortunately, it is a real problem for men. Male menopause, also known as andropause, leads to a drop in testosterone levels. In addition to being an annoyance, having low testosterone levels is not good for your health. This is why it is important that men become more educated on the effects of low testosterone in an effort to remain healthy.

Makers of New Weight Loss Pill Are Seeking FDA Approval

Balloon-in-a-pill for weight loss

There’s a new weight loss pill that has shown significant results in Europe and its makers are now seeking FDA approval to market it in America. “It’s a pill unlike any other out there because of what happens after you swallow it. Patients who have taken it are already seeing dramatic results with no surgery involved,” states NBC News anchor Lester Holt.

Fibromyalgia pain reduced by eliminating these common chemicals in food

common chemicals in food

A study from Oregon Health & Science University found that several chemicals in food can make fibromyalgia pain worse. Researchers believe that some additives in food can affect patients who have the disease. Although they focused on monosodium glutamate (MSG) and aspartame, other studies have shown that multiple food chemicals can also have a negative impact on the health of fibromyalgia patients.

Cheerios lawsuit involving General Mills focuses on serious recall

Two consumers have filed a class action lawsuit against General Mills because of the recent recall of gluten-free Cheerios. The company recalled 1.8 million boxes of the cereal because they contained gluten. Both regular Cheerios and Honey Nut Cheerios were affected by the recall. Now, two consumers are suing General Mills and claim the company is practicing false advertising.

5 most important keys to a healthy heart

heart health

Heart disease is often referred to as a silent killer because it seems to pop up out of nowhere and destroys seemingly healthy individuals. Although you cannot completely eliminate the risk of heart disease, there are some practical and simple ways to decrease your chances of having complications. The following ideas are important for maintaining heart health.

What to do about malocclusion to reverse the negative effects

Malocclusion involves more than being afraid to smile in front of the camera. Crowded and crooked teeth can also cause serious oral health complications that will require extensive procedures to fix. This is why it is important to fix the problems early through braces, or you can try invisalign treatments that can give you a straight smile without the hassle of wire braces. If you want to learn more about malocclusion and the negative health effects, then continue reading.

HIV Drugs, Viruses and Multiple Sclerosis

HIV drugs, viruses and multiple sclerosis

Within several days of taking antiretroviral drugs to address possible HIV exposure, a 36-year-old woman with multiple sclerosis was able to get out of her wheelchair and walk again. This case and associated research highlight the question about the possible association between HIV and multiple sclerosis and the role of viral infections in causing this neurodegenerative disease.