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People Are Combining NSAIDs With Glucosamine Supplements For Better Arthritis Management

 (Medical-NewsWire.com, October 15, 2014 ) Portland, Oregon -- The battle between NSAIDs and glucosamine supplements continues to rage with no clear winner. A two-part study conducted at Temple University in Pennsylvania showed an increasing number of people are choosing to combine the two in an...

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Weight Loss DevelopmentÂ’s ExpertsÂ’ Offers Expert Assistance How To Use CLA And Lose Weight

 (Medical-NewsWire.com, October 15, 2014 ) New York, New York -- Weight Loss Development Inc. and their experts' offers assistance how to use the weight loss supplement CLA Superior and lose weight.Thanks to positive feedback and good interaction with the customers will the company provide some extra...

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Stretch Mark Cream Coupon From Bella Joi Ends Today At Amazon

 (Medical-NewsWire.com, October 15, 2014 ) Cathedral City, CA -- Bella Joi officially announced that their coupon promotion for Stretch Mark Cream at Amazon ends today. After the promotion, Bella Joi's Stretch Mark Cream will be back to its original introductory launch price. It will still be available...

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Glucosamine Identified As One Of The Top Selling Supplements Today

 (Medical-NewsWire.com, October 15, 2014 ) Portland, Oregon -- Glucosamine has been identified as one of the top selling supplements today. Many individuals from around the world who suffer from arthritis believe that the supplements can help them reduce their joint pain and maintain healthy cartilage....

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Studies Find Curcumin And BioPerine Are An Ideal Combination For Joint Pain Relief

 (Medical-NewsWire.com, October 15, 2014 ) Portland, Oregon -- Curcumin supplements are very popular nowadays. Many people from around the world, especially those who suffer from arthritic conditions, use them as a safe alternative to pharmaceutical drugs. In recent times, people have started taking...

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Sunny Bahrain To Implement Mandatory Vitamin D Fortification

 Understanding Vitamin D Deficiency and Low Vitamin D Levels(Medical-NewsWire.com, October 15, 2014 ) Hollywood, Florida -- Recent studies conducted in Bahrain have shown that vitamin D deficiency in the sun drenched Gulf nation has reached an all-time high. Despite enjoying year round sunshine,...

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Pulse Oximeter Launch – A Device To Measure Blood Oxygen

   How To Work with Your TempIR Pulse Oximeter(Medical-NewsWire.com, October 15, 2014 ) Coventry, West Midlands -- The fact that oxygen is essential to human life is well known. Air that is inhaled contains oxygen. Human lungs are the organs where the inhaled oxygen enters the blood stream and reaches...

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WMWC Inc. Launches Healthy Faces PH Testing Strips With New Technology

   How to use pH test strips(Medical-NewsWire.com, October 15, 2014 ) Grand Rapids, MI -- WMWC Inc. a manufacturer of organic and environmentally friendly products is proud to announce its new Healthy Faces pH testing strips for saliva and urine.Based, on cutting edge technology and an innovative...

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BioFOG, Inc Provide More Details Regarding SCOE 10X

All About SCOE 10X(Medical-NewsWire.com, October 20, 2014 ) Alpharetta, Georgia -- Whether it's food, beverages, gadgets or any product, people would always want to know more of what they are consuming or using. This is also true with SCOE 10X developed and distributed by BioFOG, Inc. The company...

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SCOE 10X By BioFOG, Inc Still Tops Odor Elimination Products

How SCOE 10X Works(Medical-NewsWire.com, October 17, 2014 ) Alpharetta, Georgia -- Smell has always been the issue since humanity existed. Although it is one of the ordinary problems in the daily lives, it is also one of the hardest to solve. In order to solve the problem of odor, people develop...

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Global H1N1 Vaccines Market Analysis & Research Report to 2018

 Market Research Reports(Medical-NewsWire.com, October 16, 2014 ) Dallas, TX -- H1N1 influenza (zoonotic) is an infectious disease in humans caused by a variant of the swine H1N1 virus, known as H1N1v virus. The H1N1v virus is a contagious virus which infects nose, throat, and lungs. H1N1 virus is...

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Pumpkin Spice Linked To Gluten Intolerance, Says Research

 Benefits Of Gluten Free(Medical-NewsWire.com, October 14, 2014 ) Phoenix, AZ -- A recently-published article on Huffington Post official website cites the linkage between pumpkin spice and Gluten Intolerance. The essence of this scientific article provides a clear view people should understand and...

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Serenity Health Customers Have Spoken; Probiotics Is The Preferred Solution For Better Health.

   (Medical-NewsWire.com, October 14, 2014 ) Bentonville, AR -- Serenity Health is very excited with the feedback being received regarding its Probiotics line of supplements. Ever since Serenity Health initially released its Probiotics line, customers are spreading the word every chance they get....

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Weight Loss Development Gives Free Tickets To Their Weight Loss Concierge Program

 (Medical-NewsWire.com, October 14, 2014 ) New York, New York -- Weight Loss Development Inc. gives free 30 days tickets for their Weight Loss Concierge Program to all their customers buying their weight loss supplement CLA Superior.The customer appreciation of the CLA Superior has been massive,...

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Turmeric May Reduce Inflammatory Response Found In Psoriasis

 (Medical-NewsWire.com, October 14, 2014 ) Portland, Oregon -- Psoriasis is a chronic inflammatory skin disease affecting approximately 7.5 million people in the U.S. There's no cure for psoriasis and typical treatment consists of cortisone creams and limited exposure to sunlight. Research into the...

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Pregnant Egyptian woman dies of H1N1 swine flu: health ministry
23 Nov 2014 at 8:03am
CAIRO (Reuters) - An Egyptian woman who was six months pregnant has died of H1N1 swine flu, five days after being admitted to hospital, a health ministry spokesman said on Sunday. The 31-year-old woman, who was not named, was admitted on Nov. 18 with flu-like symptoms and was placed in intensive care when she did not respond to treatment, Hossam Abdel Ghaffar said. "We thought it was bird flu, but she tested positive for the H1N1 flu instead," Ghaffar said. Two people died from bird flu in Egypt in the past week. ...


Tony Robbins Shares 7 Steps to Becoming Financially Free
23 Nov 2014 at 8:00am

Last week, I was talking to Joe Polish, Founder of Piranha Marketing and the Genius Network, catching up on recent happenings and discussing his latest efforts, helping Tony Robbins promote his latest book, MONEY: Master The Game, 7 Simple Steps To Financial Freedom. Joe, along with his podcasting partner-in-crime, marketing guru Dean Jackson,...



Scandal-plagued former Washington mayor Marion Barry dies
23 Nov 2014 at 7:04am

By Bill Trott WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Marion Barry, the scandal-plagued former mayor of Washington, D.C., who was jailed for smoking crack cocaine before making a surprising return to office, died early on Sunday aged 78. Before his fall from grace, Barry had been one of the nation's most promising black politicians. Years later, many Washingtonians would consider him a scoundrel but he remained a hero to many others in impoverished parts of the city, even as his continuing battles with substance abuse went public. ...



Health care M&A leads global deal surge
23 Nov 2014 at 6:14am

In a big year for deal making, the health care industry is a standout.


U.N. worker leaves French hospital after Ebola recovery
23 Nov 2014 at 4:09am
PARIS (Reuters) - A U.N. health worker was discharged from a French hospital on Sunday and left the country after recovering from Ebola, the French Health Ministry said in a statement. The U.N. worker, whose name and nationality have not been disclosed, had been flown to France from Sierra Leone and was in isolation at the Begin military hospital in the eastern Paris suburb of Saint-Mandé. The death toll in the Ebola epidemic has risen to 5,459 out of 15,351 cases identified in eight countries by the end of Nov. 18, the World Health Organization said on Friday. ...


Sweden's Wallenberg dynasty prepares for sixth generation
23 Nov 2014 at 12:22am

By Alistair Scrutton and Niklas Pollard STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Jacob Wallenberg, the 58-year-old head of one of Europe's most enduring family dynasties, is trying to work out how the empire controlling much of Sweden's economy could look with a woman or someone without the family name at the helm. Roughly 30 members of the sixth generation, aged between 15 and 30, are contenders to see if they could one day run Wallenberg's Investor holding company and several foundations with major stakes in Electrolux, Atlas Copco and Ericsson. ...


Landmark open meeting on Agent Orange held at Oregon VA hospital
22 Nov 2014 at 7:04pm
By Courtney Sherwood PORTLAND Ore. (Reuters) - Vietnam War veterans on Saturday called for more research into the health effects of U.S. service members' exposure to Agent Orange, in a first of its kind open meeting at a VA hospital in Portland, Oregon, on the lingering effects of the chemicals. The U.S. military during the Vietnam War sprayed millions of gallons of Agent Orange to destroy foliage and expose enemy troops. The herbicide, nicknamed for its giant orange storage drums, was often contaminated with a type of dioxin, a potently carcinogenic chemical. ...

University of Virginia suspends fraternal organizations in assaults probe
22 Nov 2014 at 2:29pm
(Reuters) - The University of Virginia is suspending all fraternal organizations until January after a magazine article described in detail an alleged sexual assault that occurred on the campus, the school said on Saturday. All fraternal organizations and associated social activities will shut down until Jan. 9, the beginning of the spring semester, so that students, faculty and alumni can address sexual assault and sexual violence on campus, said Teresa Sullivan, president of the prestigious state university, located in Charlottesville, about 100 miles southwest of Washington, D.C. ...


Aviva says will compensate customers sold wrong annuities
22 Nov 2014 at 11:17am

LONDON (Reuters) - British insurer Aviva plc said on Saturday it would compensate around 250 annuity customers who had been short-changed because of an error in its sales process. The Telegraph newspaper reported on Saturday that Aviva had discovered staff had sold hundreds of customers inappropriate pensions in 2013. Savers with medical conditions including diabetes, high blood pressure and smokers should have been offered an increased annuity - which provides an income for life - based on their lower life expectancy, the newspaper said. ...


Merkel ally warns SPD against own diplomacy towards Russia
22 Nov 2014 at 10:41am
BERLIN (Reuters) - A senior ally of German Chancellor Angela Merkel has warned the foreign minister and his fellow Social Democrats (SPD) against pursuing a more friendly approach towards Russia in the Ukraine crisis, according to Spiegel magazine. "I know Mr (Frank-Walter) Steinmeier as a sensible diplomat. And we also need the dialogue with Russia," Horst Seehofer, leader of the Bavarian Christian Social Union (CSU), was quoted as saying in an interview published on Saturday. ...

Germany reports second case of bird flu: H5N8 found in wild bird
22 Nov 2014 at 9:27am
BERLIN (Reuters) - German authorities on Saturday confirmed a second case of the H5N8 strain of bird flu in the eastern state of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, with the virus found in a wild bird. The strain is highly contagious among birds but has never been detected in humans. "For the first time, the H5N8 virus has been confirmed in a wild bird in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern," Agriculture Minister Christian Schmidt said in a statement. ...

Mali: New Ebola case confirmed, 2 more suspected
22 Nov 2014 at 7:48am
BAMAKO, Mali (AP) ? Mali on Saturday confirmed a new case of Ebola and said two more suspected patients are being tested, raising concern about a further spread of the disease which has already killed at least five people in the country.

Pope meets with autistic children
22 Nov 2014 at 7:37am
VATICAN CITY (AP) ? Pope Francis tenderly embraced children with autism spectrum disorders, some of whom avoided meeting his gaze, during an audience Saturday aimed at offering solidarity to people living with the condition.


Mali records new Ebola case, linked to dead nurse
22 Nov 2014 at 7:00am

BAMAKO (Reuters) - Mali has recorded a new case of Ebola in the capital Bamako after the friend of a nurse who died of the hemorrhagic fever earlier this month tested positive for the disease, health and medical officials said on Saturday. The nurse contracted the disease after treating an imam from neighboring Guinea, who died after being incorrectly diagnosed with kidney problems. This allowed Ebola to spread to five other people in the West African nation's second outbreak. "Of two suspected cases tested, one was negative and the other positive. ...


Saudi Arabia tackles MERS virus, still hunting source
22 Nov 2014 at 6:32am
By Kate Kelland LONDON, (Reuters) - (This story corrects to make clear that the finding that 97 percent of cases were hospital-acquired was from a study of an outbreak in Jeddah, paragraph 10) Saudi Arabia has not yet traced the source of a mysterious camel virus, leaving many questions about a disease that has killed 346 people in the Kingdom. ...

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