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Germ Alert: 95% Not Doing One Necessary Thing

Thursday, Apr. 17, 2014

WASH HANDSAre you concerned about the spread of germs?

Well, you should be, flu season or not.

Proper hand washing is one of the top preventative strategies to not get sick. But wait: You’re likely thinking you’re killing those germs and protecting yourself and others by doing so, but the odds are you’re not washing your hands properly, new research shows.

Prepare to be shocked! Only 5 percent of the population in the United States is washing away those germs with …

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Eat Less To Prolong Your Life

Friday, Apr. 11, 2014


Dr. Victor Marchione shares his views on controversial new food theory

Here you are, trying to get in your five to 10 fruits and vegetables a day, drink more water and cut down on those Peak Freans …

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Diabetes Drugs May Combat Cancer

Tuesday, Apr. 1, 2014

118396206Diabetes drugs like metformin have already improved and saved the lives of those who have that increasingly common condition, but new research shows that they might also have a role to play in the fight against cancer.

This is not the first time biguanides, a class of drugs used to treat diabetes, has been associated with cancer-fighting potential, and retrospective studies have revealed that metformin helps some cancer patients. The National Cancer Institute (NCI) has said that metformin, a biguanide, …

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New Study: Lungs From Smokers Still Good For Transplant

Tuesday, Mar. 11, 2014

177517207There’s some good news for smokers – sort of: Your lungs are now considered worthy of donation.

Surprising, right? Not that we advocate continuing to light up, given the proven health risks of cancer and increased risk for heart disease and obesity.

A new study, conducted by the Harefield Hospital in the U.K.  and published in the Annals of Thoracic Surgery, reveals that transplanting the lungs of heavy smokers does not have an impact on patient outcomes after surgery.…

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