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Skip the saturated fat to reduce coronary heart disease

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Skip the saturated fat to reduce coronary heart disease
Researchers from Harvard School of Public Health find replacing 5 percent of saturated fat in calories consumed with polyunsaturated fat found in vegetable oil, nuts, and seeds lowered their risk of coronary heart disease and risk of death from coronary heart disease.

Ketogenic or modified Atkins diet could reduce seizures - National Holistic Health | Examiner.com

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Ketogenic or modified Atkins diet could reduce seizures - National Holistic Health | Examiner.com

In a new study researchers had found diets such as the ketogenic diet and modified Atkins diet treatment of refractory epilepsy found these diets may reduce seizures in adults.

Dietary flavonoids and black tea lowers ovarian cancer risk

Social host laws linked with less frequent underage drinking in private settings

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Integrated Play Groups help autistic children socialize - National Children's Health | Examiner.com

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Integrated Play Groups help autistic children socialize - National Children's Health | Examiner.com



 A new study shows that "Integrated Play Groups" are effective in teaching children with autism the skills they need to interact with their peers and engage in symbolic play such as pretending.

Viruses more dangerous than Ebola

Bullying continues to affect children of all ages

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                                      Bullying continues to affect children of all ages






Despite a dramatic
increase in public awareness and anti-bullying legislation nationwide,
the prevalence of bullying is still one of the most pressing issues
facing our nation's youth, according to a report.

Dietary supplementation of walnuts combats Alzheimer’s - National Mental Health | Examiner.com

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Dietary supplementation of walnuts combats Alzheimer’s - National Mental Health | Examiner.com



A new mouse study suggest that dietary supplementation with walnuts may have a beneficial effect in reducing the risk, delaying the onset, or slowing the progression of, or preventing Alzheimer's disease.

Subliminal messages enhance physical functioning in seniors

No long term association found between vaccines and MS - National Disease & Illness | Examiner.com

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No long term association found between vaccines and MS - National Disease & Illness | Examiner.com



Researchers from Kaiser Permanente had found no longer-term association of vaccines with MS or any other acquired central nervous system demyelinating syndromes which argues against a causal association.

Children under age 6 experience unintentional medication errors - National Children's Health | Examiner.com

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According to Nationwide Children's Hospital researchers 63,358 children six experienced out-of-hospital medication errors annually or 1 child every 8 minutes between the years 2002 and 2012.





Children under age 6 experience unintentional medication errors - National Children's Health | Examiner.com

Hillary Rodham Clinton reveals early literacy toolkit

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Low-risk lifestyle reduces a woman’s risk of stroke

West coast living increases physical activity - Detroit Alternative Medicine | Examiner.com

Canadians give exercise low ranking when it comes to stress - National Mental Health | Examiner.com

Depression widespread among American’s