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The Healing Touch Reveals Its Skincare Product Secrets

(Medical-NewsWire.com, July 29, 2014 ) Sta Clarita, California -- The Healing Touch, a skin care product provider who has been producing skincare products for years, reveals the secrets of their Premium Retinol Age Defying Night Treatment. The skincare provider considers Premium Retinol Age Defying...

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Newgen Naturals Releases It's Flag Ship Stretch Mark Product DermElast!

   (Medical-NewsWire.com, July 29, 2014 ) Leicester, Leicestershire -- Newgen Naturals is proud to announce the launch of its new Skin Care Product Dermelast stretch mark cream. In this world of ever trying to keep up appearances looking your best it can become difficult. With the-ever in-creasing...

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The Healing Touch Reveals How Their Premium Retinol Works On Skin

(Medical-NewsWire.com, July 29, 2014 ) Sta Clarita, California -- A leading beauty product manufacturer, The Healing Touch, introduces Premium Retinol with age defying substance. The manufacturer said that this product has the right amount of ingredients to make skin young and beautiful. Studies...

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Seniors Resist Nursing Homes, Cling To Independence And Mobility Aids

   Senior independence(Medical-NewsWire.com, July 29, 2014 ) Portland, Oregon -- Seniors are not only living longer but they are heading away from nursing homes and preferring to age with their families or in senior communities. This may signify a new solution to ageing pains: mobility products...

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The Healing Touch On Skincare

(Medical-NewsWire.com, July 29, 2014 ) Sta Clarita, California -- Studies reveal that evening is the time of the day when skin cells regenerate the fastest. The Healing Touch, a beauty product provider, took advantage of this and created a cream that would work at night when the person sleeps and...

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Customers Enjoying Reduced Appetite And Cravings With Consistent Platinum Garcinia Cambogia Use

   (Medical-NewsWire.com, July 29, 2014 ) Englewood, Colorado -- Peak Fusion has been hearing from folks around the country who are excited to be experiencing not only support with weight loss, but also a reduced appetite and cravings with consistent use of Platinum Platinum Garcinia Cambogia 70%...

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XXtremeBoost Male Enhancement Announces 5th Anniversary Celebration

    downloadExpose The Secret of Pleasing Her All Night - Any Night!(Medical-NewsWire.com, July 29, 2014 ) Seattle, Washington -- XXtremeBoost Male Enhancement, an established leader in Male Enhancement Pills, today announced the plans for its upcoming 5th anniversary celebration.Peter Moller, Product...

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Ovvio Oils Announces Availability Of Prevent, A 100% Natural Insect Repellant, On Amazon.com

   (Medical-NewsWire.com, July 29, 2014 ) Maple Valley , Washington -- Ovvio Oils, maker of popular essential oils' blend Inhale, announced the availability of its latest product Prevent, a 100% natural insect repellant, on Amazon.com, the largest e-commerce website. The new product does not contain...

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Potato-extracted Phytoceramides Improve Skin Appearance And Prevent Gastrointestinal Problems

 How Do REFRESH Phytoceramides Work? By Stephanie Margolis(Medical-NewsWire.com, July 29, 2014 ) Houston, Texas -- Refresh Phytoceramides can help gluten-sensitive individuals achieve healthier and younger-looking skin without having to worry about experiencing negative side effects as quickly as...

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Huckabee Dental Receives 2014 Texas Excellence Award

downloadHuckabee Dental Implants(Medical-NewsWire.com, July 29, 2014 ) Ft worth, Texas -- July 24th 2014 - Huckabee Dental has been selected for the 2014 Texas Excellence Award amongst all its peers and competitors by the US Trade & Commerce Institute (USTCRI)."Each year the USTCRI conducts business...

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Dalvia's Forskolin Capsules To Come With Money Back Guarantee

   (Medical-NewsWire.com, July 29, 2014 ) Las Vegas, Nevada -- Dalvia Wellness Labs, a US-based health company that provides various natural supplements, has announced that it will be offering a money back guarantee on their Forskolin Premium Capsules. According to the company, this money back guarantee...

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Andy Pandy Gives New Hope To Parents With Sensitive Babies

   Hansen Kids, LLC , brings you a new premium diaper that is better for your baby & for the planet(Medical-NewsWire.com, July 29, 2014 ) Rockford, Michigan -- At one point or another, babies with sensitive skin will have to face diaper rash and parents will have to know how to deal with it, if...

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Activa Naturals New Green Energy Drink Is Helping People To Naturally Boost Energy Levels

   (Medical-NewsWire.com, July 29, 2014 ) Beaverton, Oregon -- Activa Naturals has recently introduced a new energy formula on Amazon.com. Called Energy Boost Formula, this food supplement can be taken regularly to naturally increase energy levels and nourish the body. It's designed to help people...

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Probiotics Proven To Be Good For Overall Health Says Purely Scientific

   Probiotics Helps Your Digestion(Medical-NewsWire.com, July 29, 2014 ) Phoenix, AZ -- It was clarified yesterday by Donald B. Opp, Purely Scientific Spokesperson, during the press conference of the Company held at its main how probiotics, also known as ‘good bacteria,' would be able to help humans...

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Supplement Brand Announces Extended Money Back Guarantee

 (Medical-NewsWire.com, July 29, 2014 ) Deerfield Beach, FL -- Premium health and supplement company Nuralis just announced that they offer an extended, 60 day money back guarantee on their prenatal vitamin supplement, « Prenatal Vitamins Ultra Complete ». In deed, Amazon.com, the retailer the supplement...

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$1,000 Sovaldi now hepatitis treatment of choice
29 Jul 2014 at 3:47pm

WASHINGTON (AP) ? The price is sky-high, but so is demand. A new $1,000-per-pill drug has become the treatment of choice for Americans with hepatitis C, a liver-wasting disease that affects more than 3 million.



5 food writers subpoenaed in 'pink slime' lawsuit
29 Jul 2014 at 5:54pm

Several food writers, including a New York Times reporter, have been subpoenaed by a meat producer as part of its $1.2 billion defamation lawsuit against ABC in regards to the network's coverage of a beef product dubbed "pink slime" by critics.



Generation of tanners see spike in deadly melanoma
29 Jul 2014 at 2:53pm

WASHINGTON (AP) ? Stop sunbathing and using indoor tanning beds, the acting U.S. surgeon general warned in a report released Tuesday that cites an alarming 200 percent jump in deadly melanoma cases since 1973.


Protecting the Lasting Achievement of Medicaid
29 Jul 2014 at 6:47pm
Forty-nine years ago, President Lyndon B. Johnson ushered in a new American era, creating a social compact that would withstand generations when he signed two hallmark health care programs, Medicare and Medicaid, into law. On that day, Mr. Johnson reflected on the nation's duty to care for its citizens and the crippling consequences of having...


NCAA settles head-injury suit, will change rules
29 Jul 2014 at 5:48pm

CHICAGO (AP) ? The NCAA agreed on Tuesday to help athletes with head injuries in a proposed settlement of a class-action lawsuit that college sports' governing body touted as a major step forward but that critics say doesn't go nearly far enough.



Fruit and veg: Five-a-day is OK, says study
29 Jul 2014 at 5:11pm

British nutritionists threw down the gauntlet to dietary guidelines in April by declaring seven daily portions of fresh fruit and vegetables, rather than the recommended five, were the key to health. Every additional daily serving of fruit and vegetables reduced the average risk of premature death from all causes by five percent, the scientists found. "We found a threshold of around five servings a day of fruit and vegetables, after which the risk of death did not reduce further," said the investigators, led by Frank Hu of the Harvard School of Public Health in Boston, Massachusetts. In addition to advising patients about the virtues of healthy eating, doctors should also push home the message about risks from obesity, inactivity, smoking and excessive drinking, said the paper.


23andMe lands $1.4 million grant from NIH to detect genetic roots for disease
29 Jul 2014 at 4:50pm
Home genetics startup 23andMe has secured a $1.4 million two-year grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to build survey tools and expand its gene database. With these funds from NIH, an agency of the United States Department of Health and Human Services, the company intends to use its stores of genetic data for various research projects. External researchers will be able to access information on thousands of diseases and traits for more than 400,000 people. The grant "enables researchers from around the world to make genetic discoveries," Anne Wojcicki, chief executive officer of 23andMe, said in a statement.

Food writers subpoenaed in 'pink slime' lawsuit
29 Jul 2014 at 4:50pm
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) ? Several food writers, including a New York Times reporter, have been subpoenaed as part of a company's $1.2 billion defamation lawsuit against ABC related to the network's coverage of a meat product derided as "pink slime."

Tuberculosis patient who refused treatment arrested in California
29 Jul 2014 at 4:36pm
By Dan Whitcomb LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - A Northern California man who refused treatment and disappeared after he was diagnosed with tuberculosis has been arrested and admitted to a local hospital under guard, law enforcement and local health officials said on Tuesday. Eduardo Rosas Cruz, 25, was ordered to remain isolated in a hotel room in Stockton, some 40 miles northeast of Sacramento, and take medication for tuberculosis in March after he was determined to have the infectious lung disease, San Joaquin County Public Health Services spokeswoman Krista Dommer said. After Cruz violated those orders by leaving the hotel, authorities concerned about spread of the contagious disease issued a public health safety warrant for his arrest, Dommer said. Cruz was taken into custody on Monday night during a traffic stop in the community of Lamont, California, about 15 miles north of Bakersfield, Kern County Sheriff's spokesman Ray Pruitt said.

Appeals court rules Mississippi abortion law unconstitutional
29 Jul 2014 at 4:35pm
By Emily Le Coz JACKSON Miss. (Reuters) - A Mississippi law that would shut down the state's only abortion clinic, forcing women to go outside the state for the procedure, is unconstitutional, a federal appeals court ruled on Tuesday. Upholding a lower court's preliminary injunction against the law, a three-judge panel from the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled in a 2-1 decision that the law would place an undue burden on a woman's right to seek an abortion. The law, passed in 2012, required doctors at the state's sole abortion clinic to have admitting privileges at local hospitals, a standard the clinic could not meet. Backers of the law argued that it would not stop women from seeking an abortion in a neighboring state, but the judges ruled that Mississippi couldn't rely on other states to uphold its constitutional duties.

FDA Oks expanded use of Regeneron's eye drug
29 Jul 2014 at 4:19pm
(Reuters) - Regeneron Pharmaceuticals Inc said the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved the expanded use of its eye drug Eylea for the treatment of diabetic macular edema. Eylea is already approved in the United States to treat wet age-related macular edema ? the leading cause of blindness in the elderly, and for treatment of macular edema following central retinal vein occlusion. The injectable drug has been steadily grabbing market share from Roche AG's Lucentis since its launch in late 2011.


Minnesota woman who lost husband to Ebola urges aid to fight virus
29 Jul 2014 at 4:16pm

By Fiona Ortiz CHICAGO (Reuters) - The Minnesota wife of a Liberian-American man who died last week in Nigeria from the Ebola virus said on Tuesday she wants to use his memory to spur efforts to fight the disease, which has also infected two U.S. relief workers in Liberia. Decontee Sawyer, a 34-year-old counselor for sexual assault victims and mother of three small girls, said Minneapolis' large and tight-knit Liberian community has woken up to the problem of Ebola after her husband's death. Patrick Sawyer, 40, who died on Friday in Lagos, was the first recorded case of Ebola in Nigeria. "We want to encourage all Liberians and friends of Liberians to donate money or protective gear and send it to these groups that are already at the forefront in fighting Ebola," Sawyer told Reuters in a telephone interview.


No Fukushima radiation in tests off U.S. West Coast: scientists
29 Jul 2014 at 4:14pm
By Courtney Sherwood PORTLAND Ore. (Reuters) - Tests of water off the U.S. West Coast have found no signs of radiation from Japan's 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster, although low levels of radiation are ultimately expected to reach the U.S. shore, scientists said on Tuesday. Results obtained this week in tests of water gathered by an Oregon conservation group and tested by East Coast scientists came in as expected with no Fukushima-linked radiation, and five more tests are planned at six-month intervals to see if radiation levels will climb. "We've seen radiation halfway across the Pacific, north of Hawaii, but in U.S. waters there has been none, yet," Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution senior scientist Ken Buesseler said. Tests of some fish species, which can race across the ocean more quickly than slow-moving currents, have shown higher levels of radiation, although radiation levels in sea life off the U.S. shore are still safe, Buesseler said.


US Ebola doctor 'weak and quite ill,' says colleague
29 Jul 2014 at 4:09pm

An American doctor who has contracted the dangerous Ebola virus in Liberia is "weak and quite ill," a colleague of his told AFP on Tuesday. Kent Brantly, 33, became infected with Ebola while working with patients in the Liberian capital, Monrovia, as he helped treat victims of the worst Ebola outbreak in history. Brantly and another American healthcare worker are among the more than 1,200 people who have become infected with Ebola in West Africa since March. He is still in the early stages of the Ebola infection but having some daily struggles," David Mcray, a family medicine doctor in Fort Worth, Texas, told AFP by phone.


NCAA to settle head injury suit with $70 million fund
29 Jul 2014 at 3:31pm
By Mary Wisniewski CHICAGO (Reuters) - The NCAA has agreed to settle a head injury lawsuit by providing $70 million for concussion testing and diagnosis of student athletes in a move to change the way colleges address sports safety, according to court documents filed on Tuesday. The class-action agreement, if approved by a federal judge and class members, would apply to student athletes in all sports who played at schools regulated by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) at any time in the past and up to 50 years into the future. The proposed NCAA settlement comes about three weeks after a federal judge's preliminary approval of an open-ended settlement between the National Football League and thousands of former players. While the money in the NFL settlement was intended to resolve all of the personal injury claims for the plaintiffs' out of pocket damages, Tuesday's proposed NCAA settlement was designed to pay only for research and a medical monitoring program.

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