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Health & Wellness

Coffee Lovers: Drink Up to Reduce Your Risk of Type 2 Diabetes
Health & Wellness  (tags: humans, health, diet, study, COFFEE BENEFIT, coffee )

Cal
- 275 days ago - latimes.com
To reduce your risk of developing Type 2 diabetes, new research from Harvard University scientists offers an eye-opening suggestion: Drink more coffee.
This Will Make You Never, Ever Want To Put A Lemon Wedge In Your Water Again
Health & Wellness  (tags: diet, lemons, health, warning, risks, study, food )

Carrie
- 363 days ago - huffingtonpost.com
A slice of lemon can spruce up plain-old water, but you might be drinking more than you bargained for. Turns out, those seemingly innocuous water glass garnishes (see also: iced tea and diet soda) could be serving up a host of unappetizing organisms.
Salt Doesn't Cause High Blood Pressure? Here's What a New Study Says
Health & Wellness  (tags: health, disease, diet, HBP, salt, science, study, humans, interesting, medicine, news, nutrition )

Carrie
- 134 days ago - time.com
Sodium has long been labeled the blood-pressure bogeyman. But are we giving salt a fair shake?
People Disguised As Homeless Ignored By Loved Ones On Street In Stunning Social Experiment
Health & Wellness  (tags: society, social experiment, family, homeless, humans, sadness, study )

Dee
- 274 days ago - huffingtonpost.com
If a family member posed as a homeless person, would you recognize him or her? That's the question a new campaign -- Make Them Visible -- is asking. In a video produced by ad agency Silver + Partners and Smuggler for the New York City Rescue Mission..
2,500 Ground Zero Workers Have Cancer
Health & Wellness  (tags: Ground Zero, workers, cancer, risks, health, disease, illness, death, humans, news, study, medicine, government, healthcare )

Carrie
- 181 days ago - nypost.com
More than 2,500 Ground Zero rescuers and responders have come down with cancer, and a growing number are seeking compensation for their illnesses, The Post has learned. The grim toll has skyrocketed from the 1,140 cancer cases reported last year.
Another Mass Shooting, Another Psychiatric Drug? Federal Investigation Long Overdue
Health & Wellness  (tags: abuse, americans, drugs, healthcare, mental illness, over use of drugs, prevention, protection, research, science, study, treatment, warning )

Kit
- 295 days ago - cchrint.org
There is overwhelming evidence that psychiatric drugs cause violence. 22 International drug regulatory warnings cite violence, mania, hostility, aggression, psychosis and even homicidal ideation.
HEALTH NEWS YOU CAN USE: 8 Chain-Restaurant Meals That Aren't as Healthy as They Seem
Health & Wellness  (tags: food, diet, Body-Mind-Spirit, study, research, interesting, health )

Cal
- 121 days ago - takepart.com
At some establishments, lettuce wraps, grilled chicken, and turkey aren't always better for you.
Toxins Found In Water Prompt State Of Emergency In Ohio
Health & Wellness  (tags: Ohio, water supply, microcystin toxin, safety, risks, warning, protection, humans, health, study, news, prevention )

Carrie
- 175 days ago - toledoblade.com
Toledo's public water will remain under a do-not-drink advisory until at least 6 a.m. Sunday pending the return of results from test samples sent out to three different laboratories, Mayor D. Michael Collins said during an evening news conference.
Bullied Children More Likely to Consider or Attempt Suicide, Report Says
Health & Wellness  (tags: children, health, bullying, study, healthcare, investigation )

Cal
- 319 days ago - csmonitor.com
Cyberbullying is even more correlated to a heightened risk of suicidal thoughts and actions, the report also said. An estimated 15 to 20 percent of adolescents are involved in bullying, either as a bully, a victim, or both.
Whole Foods: America's Temple of Pseudoscience
Health & Wellness  (tags: Whole Foods, Pseudoscience, health, research, society, diet, interesting, humans, food, Body-Mind-Spirit, ethics, study )

Carrie
- 336 days ago - thedailybeast.com
Americans get riled up about creationists and climate change deniers, but lap up the quasi-religious snake oil at Whole Foods. It's all pseudoscience--so why are some kinds of pseudoscience more equal than others?
In Healthcare, What Makes Maine Different?
Health & Wellness  (tags: health, healthcare, protection, prevention, government, study )

Cal
- 312 days ago - latimes.com
The northern part of the state is poor, but residents rank high on measures of health. The coordination among businesses and health workers is seen as a model.
How Poverty Burdens the Brain [ Infographic ]
Health & Wellness  (tags: Body-Mind-Spirit, environment, family, food, government, health, humans, illness, interesting, investigation, nutrition, prevention, protection, research, study, treatment )

Frans
- 344 days ago - livinggreenmag.com
The poor often behave in less capable ways, which can further perpetuate poverty. The theory is that poverty reduces cognitive capacity because poverty-related concerns consume mental resources, leaving less for other tasks....
Tell the FDA to Reverse the Ban on a Vitamin You Can't Live Without *** PLEASE SIGN ***
Health & Wellness  (tags: diet, family, food, healthcare, humans, interesting, prevention, protection, research, study, Vitamins, society )

Frans
- 264 days ago - thepetitionsite.com
You can't live without folate, a B vitamin. Now the FDA plans to ban it in supplements so drug companies can have exclusive use of it. Under new rules, the word "folate" will be banned from "supplement fact" labels...
15 Surprising Facts and Benefits of Coffee.
Health & Wellness  (tags: coffee, benefits, cortisol, caffeine, environment, food, health, humans, nutrition, research, safety, study )

Lone
- 19 days ago - ba-bamail.com
We naturally produce a hormone called cortisol which has a very similar effect to caffeine.
Do We Regulate E-Cigs, Ban Them, or What?
Health & Wellness  (tags: healthcare, health, drugs, vaping, study, science, humans )

Cal
- 12 days ago - alternet.org
"Vaping" is taking off, and science and policy are having a hard time keeping up with the marketplace. A cautious harm reduction approach is warrante

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