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Find the latest health news reported by eMaxHealth reporters and keep up with the latest studies and findings about healthcare. Everyday eMaxHealth reporters scan the latest health findings on cancer treatments, diets, mental health, diabetes, autism, health insurance, spiritual health, men's and women's health and report them so our readers may know about the latest treatments and findings on different diseases and conditions. Some of them are breaking health stories and eMaxHealth strives to provide trustworthy health news where all the sources of studies are revealed and linked and various views and voices are provided and heard. Find personal wellness tips as well as the latest news on healthcare advancements and research by reading eMaxHealth's Current Health News section.

Fibromyalgia connected to problems with sense of smell

A new study from researchers at Tel-Aviv University reveals that fibromyalgia has a connection to problems with the sense of smell. Fibromyalgia patients were compared to a control group and a separate group of systemic sclerosis patients. The findings expose that people who suffer from fibromyalgia have the worst sense of smell compared to the other two groups in the study.

Clif Bar makes all Luna bars gluten-free with recipe changes

Clif Bar announced it has changed its entire line of Luna bars to make them gluten-free. The official statement reveals that the oats are now organic and gluten-free, so the labels are changing. Luna protein bars were already manufactured without gluten, but the company has expanded its recipe adjustments to the entire production line.

Fibromyalgia linked to heart disease in new study

A new study has found a link between fibromyalgia and coronary heart disease after comparing patients with the condition to control groups. Researchers from Taiwan discovered that there was an association between the two disorders, and fibromyalgia patients were more likely to have heart disease. The study sheds light on the frequent problems people with the disease face

Christmas Shop for the Runner in Your Life

Christmas Shop for Runner

The Christmas season is here, which means it’s time to start holiday shopping for your favorite runners! To the non-runner, unfamiliar with popular and essential running gadgets and accessories, this might seem like a dauntingly impossible task, a recipe for disaster and an unhappy runner on Christmas morning. Fortunately for you, however, you now have an escape from this terrifying fate.

Fibromyalgia gift ideas for the holidays

It is not easy to find the perfect gift for fibromyalgia sufferers. Most of them would prefer that you bring a cure for chronic pain or other symptoms of the disorder. Unfortunately, Santa seems to have left these things off of his list. However, there are presents that can help them manage the condition and brighten their holidays at the same time.

Gluten-free community on Twitter helps celiac disease sufferers

A new study has found that people with celiac disease are turning to social media networks to connect with others and get help. Data mining has shown that they use common hashtags on Twitter to find information and share their experiences. A researcher from the University of Warwick reveals that some of the most common questions are about finding gluten-free places to eat.

Fibromyalgia group petitions National Health Service for pain therapy changes

A fibromyalgia group is petitioning the National Health Service (NHS) in the U.K. for pain therapy changes. The Pifflers United Chronic and Invisible Illnesses Support Community has put together an online petition to modify the current guidelines to better reflect the disorder. The group would also like for clinical trials to be conducted for a potential treatment option.

Weight Loss Maintainers’ Secrets for Keeping Lost Weight Off Forever

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You’ve learned how to diet and exercise from experts who know what they are talking about when it comes to losing weight. But what do you do once the weight is off and you want to keep it that way? According to the Victoria Advocate, weight loss maintainers follow these secrets for keeping lost weight off forever.

Feeling great every day with easy diet tips for the holidays

It is one thing to be on a diet for a definite period of time and see positive weight loss results, but after the diet period is over, maintaining the weight loss can become difficult for some people as they try to cope with daily life. Most people can lose weight by being extremely stringent during their diet phase. However, once they have reached their goals, they tend to fall back into their old ways and regain all the lost weight, sometimes even more.

Gluten-free gift ideas for celiac disease sufferers

Shopping during the holidays is already stressful, and finding gluten-free gifts safe for people with celiac disease adds another layer of worry. If you are trying to find the perfect present, then you may want to consider the following ideas. They are safe for people on a gluten-free diet and can help them maintain their commitment to staying away from the dangerous protein.

One Side Effect of Weight Loss Shared on National TV

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One problem with going on a weight loss plan is that sometimes it is backed by some unrealistic expectations - such as finally achieving that perfect body. Recently, however, one brave man went on YouTube and the Ellen DeGeneres show to tell the world that that perfect body rarely results after significant weight loss and tells others that what happened to him should not deter anyone from accomplishing what he did in spite of a particular side effect of weight loss.

A Randomized Controlled Trial of 5 Different Diets, and The Biggest Loser is…

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One of the biggest problems behind dieting - and why we fail - is that it requires self-monitoring i.e. calorie counting. A new study shows that it is possible to lose weight without calorie counting based on the results of a new randomized controlled trial of 5 different diets. Find out which one proved to be the biggest loser.

Fibromyalgia tips for surviving Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving can add extra stress that leads to fibromyalgia flares and pain issues. If you are battling this disorder, then you may want to consider the following tips to help you manage the holidays. Although it may be tempting to hide from the world during a fibromyalgia attack, Thanksgiving may force you to interact with others and push your boundaries.

5-Hydroxytryptophan debated as fibromyalgia treatment

Fibromyalgia patients often turn to supplements and herbs to help them fight the chronic pain and fatigue associated with the disease. 5-Hydroxytryptophan or 5-HTP remains a controversial treatment option, but some patients claim it has helped them. The supplement continues to be studied and debated among researchers.

Researchers work on new celiac disease medications

The gluten-free diet is the only treatment option approved by the Mayo Clinic for people with celiac disease. However, researchers are working on new medications that may change this. A group of scientists from Denmark and Norway has released a new study that focuses on the details of the body’s immune response to gluten, and they believe they are getting closer to developing a new drug.

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