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Folate-Rich 'Super Tomato' Could Cut Birth Defects You say tomato, scientists say "fewer birth defects." U.S. researchers say they've created a folic acid-enriched "super tomato" that could cut the rate of birth defects, anemia and other folate defic ...
Apr 03 2007 11:43am
Summer of Arnold Just saw a FLEX magazine, and it has Arnold Schwarzenegger's summer workout before one of his Olympia contests. By far, one of the most intense workouts I have ever read. And it was only half!
Feb 12 2007 11:45am
Most of the content of that magazine is made up. more
Aug 06 2007 1:48am
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Aug 08 2007 4:22pm
Healthy Fertility Boosting Tips Wanna have a baby? Here are a few steps to take that could improve the odds of becoming pregnant and moving into the first trimester healthfully. 1. Avoid exposure to pesticides, paints, solvents, an ...
Jun 04 2007 5:02pm
Essential Vitamins You Won't Want to Miss It’s pretty easy to get an adequate amount of vitamin C and calcium. But there are plenty of other nutrients just as important, but get less press than the others. A few of them include… Iron. Th ...
Sep 20 2007 4:25pm
Pre-natal vitamins For awhile, I was taking pre-natal vitamins (was not pregnant) to encourage my hair to grow. And I tell you what, it worked! My hair grew like a weed and I was so excited, because it was the first tim ...
Jul 11 2007 9:22am
Vitamin B is actually eight different water soluble vitamins that create the B-Complex ... more
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Hirschsprung's Disease Hirschsprungs Disease (congenital aganglionic megacolon) is a birth defect in which nerve cells in the wall of the large intestine do not develop. These nerve cells, called ganglion cells, control the ...
Aug 12 2009 9:36am
When to Suspect Lyme The most useful diagnostic reference: the “Bible” of Lyme medical literature. by John Bleiweiss, MD. The When To Suspect Lyme Disease essay: This essay, written by John D. Bleiweiss, ...
Jul 08 2008 6:37pm
Caffeine linked to miscarriage Interesting article on Yahoo!... A new study showed that Caffeine consumption by pregnant women can increase the risk of miscarriage. It doesn't matter if the caffeine comes from coffee, te ...
Jan 21 2008 7:07pm
I was curious how much caffeine was in a cup of coffee. I found a good resource here: ... more
Jan 21 2008 7:16pm
Study: Lung cancer screening doesn't save lives A new study suggests that screening smokers and former smokers for lung cancer doesn't save lives or prevent advanced disease and may lead to unneeded and harmful treatment. But it's not the final wo ...
Mar 07 2007 11:09am