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Antidepressants Linked to Bone Loss Those looking to get rid of stress and depression, take note... according to researchers from the University of Minnesota School of Medicine, the class of antidepressants known as selective serotoni ...
Jul 30 2007 3:15pm
Female Hormones Strengthen the Bones of Men New research shows that estrogen, the female sex hormone, is also important for men's health. The estrogen in men's blood appears to be even more closely related to how strong their bone structure i ...
Mar 11 2008 2:55pm
Anyone know anyting about autoimmune inner ear disease? I had a sudden hearing loss in both ears last summer and after seeing an ENT, otologist and a rheumatologist, have been diagnosed with autoimmune inner ear disease.   Treatment with prednisone broug ...
Feb 06 2010 10:43pm
thanks for your reply.  I've had the ear shots in my bad ear, didn't bring back any hear ... more
Feb 13 2010 9:20am
The benefits of TOFU This is a good source of protein and is packed with nutrients necessary for good health. It has been shown to lower cholesterol and improve cardiovascular function. Because tofu is Soya based, it ...
Jul 21 2007 2:34am
Olive Oil: Healer of the Ancients & Modern Miracle Olive oil was prized for its flavor and its healing properties by the ancients; in fact, Moses valued olive trees so much that he exempted from military service anyone who would work on cultivating th ...
Jun 04 2007 2:16am
Eating Healthy Article What IS a Healthy Diet by: Chris Chenoweth There is so much information about what is healthy and nutritious these days that it is very difficult to sort out the hype from the truth. Following a ...
Feb 02 2007 5:58am
Has anyone used Lactagen? I've been Lactose Intolerant since I was 5. I've tried everything out there (lactaid, digestive advantage, dairy ease, etc.) and nothing worked. I was tired of having to take something everytime ...
Apr 27 2009 5:16pm
No More Milk! The British Medical Journal has recently reported that milk may not be a useful source of calcium. The editorial shows that there is not as much evidence to suggest drinking milk helps to build str ...
Aug 21 2007 11:55am
... g poor correlation between milk drinking and osteoporosis does not say that milk as a poor ... more
Oct 12 2007 12:04pm
suffer from awful pain in back but is it from my cancer treatments im a 9year colonrectal cancer survivor, at age 30. took 25treatments of high beam radiation, 9months of fu-5 chemo before and after surgery. ive hAD  5operations, tookout my gallbladder with 2stones w ...
Sep 19 2010 11:59am
A Little Trans Fat Could Be Good For You Apparently, one type of trans fat (not the evil kind found in Twinkies, I'm sorry to say) poses some benefit. The naturally occurring trans fat conjugated linoleic acid (CLA), which is naturally found ...
Jun 04 2007 2:16am