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June 2011 Newsletter

Popular Obesity Surgery Worse Than They Thought Study believed to be the first to track long-term effects of laparoscopic gastric band surgery finds problems   Also in this issue: Study: This fat may prevent postpartum depression Another warning about acetaminophen (Tylenol) Why a well-known doctor wrote, “Parents deluded about how they really raise their kids.” What’s […]

May 2011 Newsletter

In this newsletter: Is Cutting Your Risk Of These 4 Deadly Diseases IN HALF Really This Easy? New research shows a simple way you may be able to decrease your risk of breast cancer, colon cancer, multiple sclerosis and Type 1 diabetes by a whopping 50%! Also in this issue: What you must know if […]

April 2011 Newsletter

Hello everyone, This month’s newsletter discusses the following topics: “How 55-80 Year Olds  – Increased The Size Of Their Brains!” Scientific Study Shows How You Can Stay Mentally Sharp As You Age Study finds childhood obesity linked to health habits – not genes New research shows trans fat intake linked to depression Study shows children […]

March 2011 Newsletter

Hello everyone, This month’s newsletter discusses the following topics: Scientists warn: Television Watching and Computer Game Playing “Damages The Heart” How coffee protects against diabetes! What’s the best time of day to work out?  Should you work out on an empty stomach or eat first?  New research has answers… The dangers lurking in your iPad […]

February 2011 Newsletter

Hello everyone, This month’s newsletter discusses the following topics: Researchers Attempt To “Crack The Headache Code” New Study Reveals:  Cause Of This Type Of Headache May Have Been Found – Is There An Easy Solution? Energy Drinks Single Woman Saves Over 16,000 Animals! TV and Baby’s Brains Go ahead and download this month newsletter by […]

Weekly Health Update: Monday, November 29th, 2010

Mental Attitude: Wash Your Mouth With Soap? Lying creates a desire to clean a “dirty” body part. In an experiment, people who lied on a phone voicemail felt a stronger desire for mouthwash and were willing to pay more for it than those who lied in an e-mail. Those who lied in an e-mail felt […]