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on Fri Apr 18 2:17 PM

Operation Reaching All Veterans spreads its message to S.D. vets - Veterans


South Dakota Veterans Affairs Secretary Larry Zimmerman said the events are meant to give the state's veterans the opportunity to learn about services they may not have known about and benefits they may not have received.
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on Fri Apr 18 1:46 PM

Texas Insider » Obamacare: Latinos Aren’t Buying It


By Harry R. Jackson, Jr.[1] Every Thursday, my daily live radio show (The Harry Jackson Show) focuses on health. During the past year, discussions with health and fitness experts have revealed that there is no easy fix to being healthy. The...
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on Fri Apr 18 7:57 AM

10 most obese states in America (and the right-wing policies that enable them)


It's not a coincidence that some of the poorest and most obese states in the country tend to lean Republican
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on Thu Apr 17 10:17 PM

Stem-cell breakthrough could be used for human cloning


In a cloning first, patient-specific cell lines were generated out of the skin cells of two men
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on Thu Apr 17 9:46 PM

Why Are You Taking Fish Oil Supplements?


People taking fish oil supplements, or any type of supplements, should know why they're taking them, and what the risks are.
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on Thu Apr 17 6:13 PM

The Impact of Smoking on Menopause | Ellen Dolgen


If you’ve been having trouble breaking up with cigarettes, I have some helpful information that you need to know regarding the dangers of smoking. Unlike that “bad boy” in college, smoking can really do permanent damage to...
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on Thu Apr 17 5:22 PM

In a cloning first, scientists create stem cells from adults


Nuclear transfer is also the first step in reproductive cloning
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on Thu Apr 17 3:57 PM

Fat Facts | Maria Rodale


Human fat cells, photo by Dr. Peeke by guest blogger Pam Peeke, MD, MPH, FACP, best-selling author and expert on health, fitness, and nutrition While a research scientist at the National Institutes of Health, I became known as the "fat doctor," a...
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on Thu Apr 17 3:39 PM

The Case for Fixing What's Broken | David Katz, M.D.


We have long had abundant reason to believe that most of us living in the modern world consume too much sodium and would benefit from consuming less. But whether the topic is salt, or saturated fat, or calories, or even the health effects of...
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on Wed Apr 16 8:00 PM

How Much Protein Should You Be Eating?


By The Lifescript Editorial StaffHigh-protein diets are popular. Those with diabetes often wonder if these diets are a good option. After all, more protein usually means fewer carbs. And fewer carbs means less insulin your body needs to make,...
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