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Some processed; baked foods contain a cancer causing chemical known as acrylamide that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is taking action to have removed from our food. Other foods form the cancer causing agent because of the way we cook. Why you don't want acrylamide in your food.
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Pancreatic cancer treatment is possible if you catch it very early, but it's unlikely to catch it very early because early symptoms are silent. However, if you make the following changes in your lifestyle you can avoid it.
Engaging in physical exercise can assist healthy aging adults to improve their memory, brain health and physical fitness, found a new study by the researchers at the. Center for Brain Health at The University of Texas at Dallas, which has been published online in the journal Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience.
For Baby Boomers of the modern age, the need to find an immortality serum becomes more important, feeling the years weighing down on their shoulder the older they get. If you belong to this group, it might interest you to know that one simple behavior change can lengthen your life my many years.
People concerned about weight control and associated chronic diseases such as diabetes and heart disease have generally welcomed the use of non-nutritive sweeteners to replace sugar. These sweeteners taste very good and are helpful for keeping your daily caloric intake down. However, concerns have been raised about the possible negative effects on your health from consuming too much of these non-nutritive sweeteners.
For years doctors have been focused on specific cholesterol numbers to help patients prevent initial and recurrent heart attack. New guidelines mean only those at high risk will be recommended to take the drugs. So how will doctors decide who is at high risk?