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  1. A Study Finds More Evidence to Show That Exercise Can Help Prevent Knee OsteoarthritisRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | SBWire

    ... arthritis sufferers achieve pain relief and improved mobility ( X4 ). About VitaBreeze VitaBreeze is a nutraceutical brand that manufactures high-quality natural ...

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  2. Dyspepsia Sufferers May Find a Therapeutic Solution from TurmericRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | SBWire

    Today, the use of medications is the most common measure that people resort to when they suffer from certain conditions, such as dyspepsia. While pharmaceutical drugs have been used to combat diseases, the use of natural alternatives has been increasingly becoming popular.

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  3. A Study Reveals the Potential Benefits of Turmeric for GastritisRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | SBWire

    Gastritis, which can be acute or chronic, develops when the lining of the stomach gets irritated, inflamed or eroded. This is often caused by excess alcohol consumption, frequent vomiting, stress and long term usage of anti-inflammatory drugs.

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  4. After his dream motorcycle was stolen, Alabama cancer patient built new one through sheer...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Alabama Live

    Scottie Hubbard, Chris Elliott and Luke Smith finish installing the saddlebags of Tim Martin's custom-built motorcycle, "Perseverance" that was designed and built by Tim Martin, Scottie Hubbard and Chris Elliott as family and friends gather in the garage to see the finished product at Steel Syndicate Chop Shop on Skyland Boulevard in Tuscaloosa, Ala. on Wednesday July 29, 2015.

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  5. Mt. A earns CFI funds for research around - stress-eating', environmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Amherst Daily News

    Mount Allison University researchers were the recipients of grants from the Canadian Foundation for Innovation's John R. Evans Leaders Fund, announced on July 29. James Ehrman, manager of Mount Allison's digital microscopy facility; biology professor Irena Kaczmarska; Mount Allison provost and vice-president, academic and research Karen Grant; Ed Holder, minister of state ; and biology professor Karen Crosby are shown at an announcement for the Canadian Innovation Foundation's John R. Evans Leaders Fund on July 29 in Moncton.

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  6. Penn study questions presence in blood of heart-healthy molecules from fish oil supplementsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Medical News Today

    The importance of a diet rich in fish oils - now a billion dollar food-supplement industry -- has been debated for over half a century. A few large clinical trials have supported the idea that fish oils confer therapeutic benefits to patients with cardiovascular disease.

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  7. PURE Bioscience Announces Restructuring of Its Finance DepartmentRead the original story

    Friday | Sys-Con Media

    Wulff informed the Company that he has accepted a new assignment as CFO for a venture-backed medical device company. With Wulff's departure, Mark Elliott, PURE's Controller, has been promoted and will play a new leadership role in PURE's Finance department as the Company's Vice President, Finance and will serve as the Company's principal financial and accounting officer.

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  8. Public Health Warnings Concerning Blue-Green Algae in Kansas Waters; Four Lakes Under WarningRead the original story

    Friday | The Kansas Department of Health and Environment

    TOPEKA, Kan. The Kansas Department of Health and Environment samples publicly accessible bodies of water for cyanobacteria, commonly called blue-green algae, when the agency is alerted to a potential algae bloom in Kansas lakes.

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  9. Designing a better clinical trialRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | PhysOrg Weblog

    A new study co-authored by a Department of Engineering researcher recommends an approach to clinical trials that includes tracking the influence of patients' behaviour on a treatment's benefits. While randomized, double-blind controlled trials have been used for years to remove patient or doctor bias to discover the efficacy of a treatment, they have not factored in the effects of patients' behaviours such as diet and lifestyle.

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  10. Golden rice GMO paper retracted after judge rules for journalRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Ecologist

    A key paper that's been widely cited to justify the use of GM 'Golden rice' to boost vitamin A nutrition has been withdrawn due to ethical breaches, with no proof of consent by parents of the children taking part in trials. But that's not the only objection.

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  11. Amarin Announces Upcoming Presentations of Two Eicosapentaenoic Acid...Read the original story

    Friday | Sys-Con Media

    Amarin Corporation plc today announced the presentation of findings from two studies, a retrospective study in which patients were switched from an EPA plus DHA combination product to EPA-only VascepaA as well as a sub-analysis of the ANCHOR clinical trial, at two key cardiovascular meetings: the American Society for Preventive Cardiology Annual Cardiovascular Disease Prevention Conference and the Kern Lipid Conference , respectively. The EPA+DHA to EPA-only switch study, titled Retrospective Case Series of Lipid Effects in Patients Switched from EPA+DHA to High-Purity EPA , investigated the effect of EPA-only omega-3 therapy compared to EPA+DHA therapy on multiple patient lipid parameters.

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  12. Are adventurous eaters healthier?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | PhysOrg Weblog

    When it comes to food, I'll try anything at least once. As I documented before , I've dined on tarantula, frog, crickets, snake, raw clams, red ants, and durian fruit - and that was just on a single trip through Asia! When back on home turf, I enjoy oysters, sashimi, tripe soup, beef and salmon tartare, foie gras, and other acquired tastes.

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  13. Assisi Animal Health Investigates Why a Horse's Diet Must Contain Sufficient Levels of Vitamin DRead the original story

    Friday | Sys-Con Media

    According to Assisi Animal Health, more horse owners are purchasing turnout sheets, fly gear, rain covers, winter rugs and blankets than ever before. Blankets keep horses dry, warm and fly free, but until recently, their effects on horse health were largely unknown.

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  14. Fasting for Weight Loss: Fad or Phenom?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | US News & World Report

    In the never-ending quest for that Holy Grail of sustainable weight loss , more people are experimenting with some form of fasting. Celebs have helped popularize quick fixes.

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  15. 10 super foods for weight lossRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Rediff.com

    A vinegar and olive oil dressing on your salad can help your body control blood sugars and keep the hunger in check. Squeeze some lemon juice with vitamin C to help body absorb more of the antioxidants and increase the metabolism further.

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  16. Free fitness iPhone apps fail to meet American College of Sports Medicine exercise guidelinesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | PhysOrg Weblog

    Are you planning on ramping up your exercise regimen this summer? There may not be an app for that-at least not a reliable one. UF Health researchers recently found that only one of 30 popular free fitness apps for iPhones meets the majority of guidelines for physical activity from the American College of Sports Medicine, the world's largest sports medicine and exercise science organization.

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  17. Juvenile arthritis: why genetic risk is not in the genesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | PhysOrg Weblog

    Scientists have been finding that genetic risk for many diseases lies primarily in noncoding parts of the genome, which used to be called "junk DNA," and not in the genes themselves. But that finding naturally begs more questions about what these noncoding regions do to cause a disease and how.

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  18. Gallup: Americans are slowly kicking unhealthy habitsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Washington Examiner

    A series of Gallup polls released in the last week show Americans are changing their attitudes about their diets, sometimes ignoring scientific research. Fewer people are attempting to limit sodium intake , although no research has invalidated its risks to health.

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  19. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine Study Questions...Read the original story

    Thursday Jul 30 | BioSpace

    Penn Study Questions Presence In Blood Of Heart-Healthy Molecules From Fish Oil Supplements Findings Provide More Data that Fish Oil Supplements' Clear Benefit is Suspect PHILADELPHIA - The importance of a diet rich in fish oils - now a billion dollar food-supplement industry -- has been debated for over half a century. A few large clinical trials have supported the idea that fish oils confer therapeutic benefits to patients with cardiovascular disease.

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  20. Research spotlights a previously unknown microbial 'drama' playing in the Southern OceanRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 29 | Science, Industry and Business

    Discovery highlights both competition and cooperation between algae and bacteria for iron and vitamins that may have consequences for life in a warming ocean A team of marine researchers funded by the National Science Foundation has discovered a three-way conflict raging at the microscopic level in the frigid waters off Antarctica over natural resources such as vitamins and iron.

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