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Hydrofeet® Massaging Insoles Aids Patients With Heel Spurs

   How Hydrofeet® works for heel spur(, February 03, 2015 ) Titusville, FL -- Heel spur or calcaneal spur is a calcium deposit outgrowth at the underside of the heel bone. It is usually associated with plantar fasciitis, since the plantar fascia is connected to the heel of the...


Turmeric The Subject Of Many Scientific Studies For Brain-Boosting Effects

 (, February 03, 2015 ) Portland, Oregon -- Turmeric is widely thought to be a safe and effective natural alternative for a variety of inflammatory health conditions. It is also very popular among arthritis patients who are looking for a longer-term pain relief alternative to...


Anti-Arthritis Diet Recommended By Health Experts

 (, February 03, 2015 ) Portland, Oregon -- Arthritis is among the most prevalent medical conditions today. A majority of the sufferers are continually looking for the best ways to achieve pain relief and regain their mobility, while avoiding costly surgery. Due to the increasing...


United Way of Broward County launches new affinity group, led by Michael Wild

 Michael Wild  Envision Broward (, February 05, 2015 ) Fort Lauderdale, FL -- Thanks mainly in part to the out-of-the-box thinking of attorney Michael Wild, United Way of Broward County recently launched its newest affinity group, Envision Broward. Members of Envision Broward...


Paradise Home Health Care Expands

 Linda Lemonte. Paradise Home Health Care Paradise Home Health Care (, February 05, 2015 ) Boca Raton, FL -- Paradise Home Health Care has moved into a larger office space as of February 1st. 2015. Their main office in Boca Raton, Florida remains at 399 N.W. 2nd Avenue, but due...


Applejack Life Launches Their New Premium Lavender Essential Oil

   Learn about the quality of lavender oil you should use from organic beauty products expert Spirit Demerson in this Howcast natural beauty video(, February 02, 2015 ) Mississauga, ON -- Hidden beneath the pleasing scent of lavender is a fierce natural remedy that has been used...


Chia Hemp Seed Combo, Latest Addition To The Nuforma Naturals Line

   (, February 02, 2015 ) Miramar, Florida -- Nuforma Naturals announces the addition of their newest health formula Chia. Nuforma Naturals has introduced its latest product in the Health Care industry. Exclusively sold on, Two seeds becomes the fourth product in the...


SEROLIFE® Probiotic Receives Certification From Doctor Trusted

   (, February 02, 2015 ) Fort Lauderdale, FL -- To earn certification, SEROLIFE® passed a strict application process that involves careful evaluation by a doctor of their website and any products or services offered. The review process involves predetermined criteria that include...


Chili Technology Now Offers Replacement Pads, Remotes, And Extension Tubes For ChiliPad Cube

   How ChiliPad works.(, February 02, 2015 ) Titusville, FL -- Customers can now enjoy a renewed ChiliPad experience by purchasing replacement mattress pads, remote, and extension tubes. ChiliPad Cube units have a 2-year warranty that covers the repair of the control unit only...


Avid User Saved From Bunions By Using Hydrofeet® Shoe Insoles For Women

   A video on Hydrofeet®(, February 02, 2015 ) Titusville, FL -- In a blog published last year on November 20 in Hydrofeet®'s website, Dr. Josephine Bitler, an avid user of Hydrofeet® shoe insoles for women, shared her personal experiences on dealing with the possibility of growing...


Midwest Health Solutions Launches Warming And Cooling Mattress Pad ChiliPad CubeÂ’s Website

   ChiliPad video(, February 02, 2015 ) Titusville, FL -- Midwest Health Solutions, an authorized seller of health and personal care products, launches a website for ChiliPad Cube, the only heating and cooling mattress pad. The company sells health and personal care products such...


Amazing Free E-book's On Biotin - Discovering The Great Benefits

   (, February 02, 2015 ) Oklahoma City, Oklahoma -- LionHeart Supplements is thriving on the release of the Biotin product, following that up by giving customers not 1, not 2 but 3 Free E-books. ‘A guide to Biotin' report which includes information on what biotin is, what are...


Simple Test at Birth Could Identify Newborns at Risk of Eczema

 (, February 03, 2015 ) Kepong, KUL -- A simple experiment calculating water evaporation rate from the skin of infants could help analyze those risks of developing atopic eczema, based on a research.Early identification of these risks broadens the chance of really preventing eczema...


Eczema: Studies for Natural Treatment in 2015

 (, February 03, 2015 ) Kepong, KUL -- These day people face a very optimistic and very exciting time in the best treatment for eczema or AD (atopic dermatitis). Initially people thought eczema is a common inflammatory skin disease that affects 4% to 7% of adults, and 15% to 25%...


Spotlight on the Latest Treatments of Atopic Dermatitis

 (, February 03, 2015 ) Kepong, KUL -- Research on present agents for AD (Atopic Dermatitis) hold promise for kids with the skin infection. This is when dermatologists continue facing challenges in successfully treating eczema within their pediatric patients.“Atopic dermatitis...


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More U.S. children doing yoga, taking sleep supplements
26 Feb 2015 at 2:17pm
By Ronnie Cohen (Reuters Health) ? - A growing number of American children are bending into downward dog and other yoga poses, according to a new report on complementary health practices. The report analyzed National Health Interview Survey data on practices outside of mainstream medicine and found significantly more kids and teens practicing yoga, tai chi and qi gong in 2012 than in 2007. The study also showed a significant increase in the number of children using melatonin supplements as sleep aids. Yoga originated in India more than 5,000 years ago, and the mind-body practice has become so popular in the west that yoga studios are as common in parts of California as Starbucks coffeehouses.

Heat blamed for spray vaccine's failure against swine flu
26 Feb 2015 at 1:51pm
ATLANTA (AP) ? The makers of the nasal spray version of the flu vaccine say now they know why it has failed to protect young U.S. children against swine flu ? fragile doses got too warm.

Food supplements crucial to reduce child malnutrition - TRFN
26 Feb 2015 at 1:38pm
By Kieran Guilbert LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - The addition of highly nutritious foods and supplements to the diets of poor mothers could help reduce child mortality and malnutrition in Africa and South Asia, food experts said on Thursday. With breastfeeding, fortified foods, including wheat-based products like porridge and micronutrient powders, are critical for children in the first two years of life, according to the Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN), a group of governments, businesses and non-governmental organizations working to reduce malnutrition. "Poor families often share one meal prepared for the whole family without taking a child's nutritional needs into account," GAIN's executive director Marc Van Ameringen told the Thomson Reuters Foundation.

U.S. military ends Ebola mission in Liberia
26 Feb 2015 at 1:30pm

By James Harding Giahyue MONROVIA (Reuters) - The United States military officially ended a mission to build treatment facilities to combat an Ebola outbreak in Liberia on Thursday, months earlier than expected, in the latest indication that a year-long epidemic in West Africa is waning. Washington launched the mission five months ago and the force peaked at over 2,800 troops at a time when Liberia was at the epicenter of the worst Ebola epidemic on record. Nearly 10,000 people have died in Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea over the past year. More than 4,000 of those deaths were in Liberia, but the number of new cases has plummeted in recent months, leaving many treatment centers empty and the mission has already begun winding down.

Panel: Use new meningitis vaccines only for outbreaks
26 Feb 2015 at 1:22pm

ATLANTA (AP) ? A federal panel on Thursday recommended that two new meningitis vaccines only be used for rare outbreaks, resisting tearful pleas to give it routinely to teens and college students.

Drinking coffee may lower risk of multiple sclerosis
26 Feb 2015 at 1:12pm

People who drink four to six cups of coffee daily may be less likely to get multiple sclerosis, according to international research out Thursday. "Caffeine intake has been associated with a reduced risk of Parkinson's and Alzheimer's diseases," said lead author Ellen Mowry of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore, Maryland. "Our study shows that coffee intake may also protect against MS, supporting the idea that the drug may have protective effects for the brain," she added. The findings of a US and Swedish study -- released ahead of the American Academy of Neurology annual meeting in Washington -- each compared more than 1,000 MS patients to a similar number of healthy people.

McDonald???s Customer Claims He Got Cleaning Liquid in His Tea
26 Feb 2015 at 1:02pm
He was not lovin' it.

First lady: US experiencing food 'culture change'
26 Feb 2015 at 12:53pm

WASHINGTON (AP) ? Michelle Obama said Thursday that the U.S. has undergone a "culture change" in the five years since she started raising awareness about childhood obesity, but as she celebrated achievements on multiple fronts the first lady also warned that the progress is "incredibly fragile."

VA chief backs outside medical care as new program falters
26 Feb 2015 at 12:51pm

WASHINGTON (AP) ? Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert McDonald said Thursday he was committed to a law making it easier for veterans to get private health care, but he offered few answers for lawmakers irritated at the slow effort to put it in place.

Compound from Chinese medicinal herb shows promise for Ebola
26 Feb 2015 at 12:42pm

By Will Dunham WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A drug derived from a Chinese medicinal herb is showing promise for combating Ebola infection, effectively imprisoning the virus inside cells so it cannot do its usual damage, scientists said on Thursday. The researchers said the compound, called tetrandrine, blocked infection of human white blood cells in lab dishes and prevented Ebola virus disease in lab mice. "The work has revealed a new chink in the armor of Ebola virus," said virologist Robert Davey of the Texas Biomedical Research Institute in San Antonio, who estimated this approach potentially could be used to treat people in two to five years. There is no approved drug treatment or vaccine for the Ebola virus, which causes hemorrhagic fever and spreads person to person through contact with body fluids.

Asian herb derivative could work against Ebola
26 Feb 2015 at 12:28pm

A small molecule derived from an Asian herb may help stop Ebola infection by preventing the virus from entering the cells of the body, researchers said Thursday. So far the research using the calcium channel blocker Tetrandrine, found in some Chinese and Japanese herbs, against Ebola has only been done in lab animals and in petri dishes. Researchers studied several existing drugs currently used to treat high blood pressure in order to find out which small molecules were best at blocking the Ebola virus from moving any further through the cell. "When we tested in mice, the drugs stopped virus replication and saved most of them from disease," said Robert Davey, scientist and Ewing Halsell Scholar in the Department of Immunology and Virology at Texas Biomedical Research Institute.

Dyslexia needn?t hold doctors back
26 Feb 2015 at 12:17pm
By Randi Belisomo (Reuters Health) - - Failing kindergarten was the first of many school struggles for Blake Charlton. Diagnosed with dyslexia, he was relegated to remedial classes that he barely passed. People who recall his academic difficulties are often surprised at the abbreviation that now follows his name: M.D. ?For much of high school and college, I didn?t think medical school was a possibility,? said Charlton, who?s now a medical resident at the University of California, San Francisco and an editorial fellow for the American Medical Association journal JAMA Internal Medicine. ?I spent a lifetime having to ride the short bus, identifying as someone who needs help.? Several years after Charlton finished college, his father was diagnosed with cancer.

Pfizer, Novartis say meningitis vaccine scope too narrow
26 Feb 2015 at 11:52am
A U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) advisory committee on Thursday recommended meningitis B vaccines for people at high risk aged 10 to 25, a population that Pfizer Inc and Novartis criticized as too narrow. Pfizer's Trumenba, like Novartis' new vaccine Bexsero, recently won U.S. marketing approval to treat the "B" strain of the deadly bacterium in that age group.

Do You Lose Most of Your Body Heat Through Your Head?
26 Feb 2015 at 11:37am
Your body loses heat equally from all of its surface area.

Big U.S. majority favors mandatory vaccinations: Reuters/Ipsos poll
26 Feb 2015 at 11:35am

By Alistair Bell WASHINGTON (Reuters) - (This version of the Feb. 24 story corrects the percentage of people who think parents should be allowed to choose whether to vaccinate their children, to 43 for and 48 against, instead of 38 and 44, in third to last paragraph) A large majority of Americans favor mandatory vaccinations of children, a Reuters/Ipsos poll showed on Tuesday, apparently unswayed by some senior Republicans who have raised fears the medical shots could lead to autism. Only 13 percent opposed vaccinations. "The numbers are absolutely overwhelming in favor of vaccinations with a consistent minority in opposition," said Ipsos pollster Julia Clarke. Republican Senator Rand Paul, an ophthalmologist and potential 2016 presidential candidate, this month revived a long-running controversy over vaccinations when he said he had heard of instances where vaccines caused mental disorders. is part of GropWeb Network, online properties of GroupWeb Media LLC. Copyright © GroupWeb Media LLC. All Rights Reserved.

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