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Powerful Fat Burner Clenn-Max from Crazy Mass Burns Fat While Retaining Lean Muscle - Gets a Huge Response from Bodybuilders

(Medical-NewsWire.com, January 12, 2014 ) New York, NY -- Fat burners are essential to lose excess body fat so that a body builder can get better muscle definition and cutting.Clenbuterol is supposed to be the most powerful fat burner that can help burn excess fat, curb appetite and hunger. However,...

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Garcinia Pills Makes it Easy to Lose Weight - Featured on Dr. OZ Show, Garcinia is the Holy Grail of Weight Loss

Garcinia Diet pills(Medical-NewsWire.com, January 12, 2014 ) New York, NY -- Garcinia cambogia seems to have redefined the way people look at diet pills. It seems to be a major breakthrough in weight loss science. Clinical trials have shown that garcinia extract can help lose weight even without...

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A-Drol from Crazy Mass is a Powerful Stacking Pill that Mimics Anadroll Sans Side Effects

(Medical-NewsWire.com, January 12, 2014 ) New York, NY -- Building a good body requires a lot more than just a good workout. Supplements are important to ensure best results from a strenuous workout. A lot of bodybuilders tend to use steroids to get the desired results but they can have a lot of...

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GarciniaCambogia is a Three-in-One Weight Loss Supplement that Works Sans Diet or Exercise

(Medical-NewsWire.com, January 12, 2014 ) New York, NY -- Abundantly available in Southeast Asia and India, Garciniacambogia is supposed to be the most popular weight loss supplement in the market today. It is a supposed to be a revolutionary discovery in the field of weight loss science since...

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Deca from Crazy Mass Gets a Huge Response for its Bulking and Cutting Effects - Becomes Hot in Bodybuilding Circles

(Medical-NewsWire.com, January 12, 2014 ) New York, NY -- Bodybuilding supplements are extremely popular and some of them are known for their great results. D-KA or Deca from Crazy Mass is one of the finest supplements that is known to increase strength and lean muscle so that the user is able...

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Twice as Strong as other Testosterone Supplements, Testosterone MAX is Suitablefor Both Bulking and Cutting

(Medical-NewsWire.com, January 12, 2014 ) New York, NY -- Thousands of bodybuilding supplements exist in the market, but it is just a few brands that live up to their claims. Crazy Mass is known to be a popular brand and some of its supplements have been getting amazing user reviews.Testosterone...

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Raspberry Ketones Mixed with Acai Berry and Garcinia Cambogia Extract Ensure Super Quick Weight Loss

Raspberry Ketone with Acai Berry(Medical-NewsWire.com, January 12, 2014 ) New York, NY -- Raspberry ketone has been in the news for more than a year now. It has been extensively featured on TV and other media channels because of its unique fat busting powers.Weight loss is a huge market with thousands...

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GarciniaCambogia Rocks the Fitness Scene in 2014 with its Zero Effort Fat Busting Effects

Garciniacambogia diet pills(Medical-NewsWire.com, January 12, 2014 ) New York, NY -- Weight loss supplements and diet pills have come a long way and some of them can help ensure quick weight loss even without diet or exercise. Garciniacambogia is known to have become quite a phenomenon since it...

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Garcinia Cambogia is a Rocking Fat Burner- Gets Massive Response After Being Hailed by Dr. OZ

GC Ultra (Medical-NewsWire.com, January 12, 2014 ) New York, NY -- Garcinia cambogia is supposed to be a blessing in disguise for most people. It is an effortless solution to their weight loss voes. What makes it highly desirable is that it is clinically proven to help lose weight without diet...

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Garcinia Cambogia , Seen on Dr. OZ Show, is a Powerful Slimming Supplement that Ensures No Effort Weight Loss

(Medical-NewsWire.com, January 12, 2014 ) New York, NY -- Garcinia cambogia is one of the most popular weight loss supplements right now. What makes it unique is that it is proven to help lose weight sans diet or exercise."Not many diet supplements can make such a claim. Though it sounds like a...

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D-Bal from Crazy Mass is Exceptionally Good for Gaining Lean Hard Muscle - No Side Effects

(Medical-NewsWire.com, January 12, 2014 ) New York, NY -- Use of steroids is known to be quite rampant in the bodybuilding world. A lot of bodybuilders use steroids to experience faster gains when it comes to lean muscle and strength. However, steroids are illegal and can lead to highly damaging...

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Tren-Bal from Crazy Mass Comes with Immense Power for Bulking and Cutting - Mimics Trenbolone without Side Effects

(Medical-NewsWire.com, January 12, 2014 ) New York, NY -- Supplements form the core of bodybuilding industry. However, not all supplements can be called safe and effective at the same time."Crazy Mass is well known for its high quality supplements that can ensure great results in least possible...

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Raspberry Ketone and Green Coffee Pills are in Great Demand - Help Bust Fat Fast for Super Quick Weight Loss

Best Raspberry Ketone and Green Coffee Pill(Medical-NewsWire.com, January 12, 2014 ) New York, NY -- Weight loss is a big business these days and the market seems to be flooded with thousands of products that claim of ensuring quick and fast weight loss. Diet pills are immensely popular since they...

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Optimus Green Coffee Comes Loaded with Pure Green Coffee Extract and Chlorogenic Acid for No Effort Weight Loss

(Medical-NewsWire.com, January 12, 2014 ) New York, NY -- Weight loss supplements and diet pills have come off age."Not so long ago, diet pills were infamous for their nasty side effects which made FDA ban some of them. Natural diet pills are highly preferred by most overweight people since they...

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Holy Grail of Weight Loss Garcinia Cambogia Gets Mixed with Raspberry Ketones for Ultimate Weight Loss Experience

(Medical-NewsWire.com, January 12, 2014 ) New York, NY -- Excess body fat is supposed to be one of the major factors of weight gain. Obesity is a major cause of concern these days but there are some good and effective diet pills that can help lose weight without any nasty side effects.Raspberry...

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The Most Fitness-Friendly Cities In America
18 Apr 2015 at 9:22am

Photo credit: flickrSummer is almost here and with it, many people are looking to get in better shape.Find out now: How much house can I afford?At SmartAsset, we're all about helping people meet their biggest goals (like retirement and homeownership). That's why we wanted to find the cities that make getting in shape easiest. These are the...



ICYMI: An Infuriating History Of Breast Cancer And The Psychological Depth Of...
18 Apr 2015 at 9:21am

ICYMI Health features what we're reading this week. This week, we took a closer look at psychology across disciplines. We were fascinated that 18th-century doctors blamed women for their breast cancer diagnoses and disappointed that new research confirmed what many already suspected: teachers tend to punish black students more harshly than...



Amazon tribe's antibiotic resistance concerns experts
18 Apr 2015 at 6:57am

A remote tribe in the Venezuelan Amazon appears to be resistant to modern antibiotics, even though its members have had barely any contact with the outside world, researchers said Friday. The modern era of antibiotics began in the 1940s when penicillin quickly became a popular drug.


Tanzanian woman wins landmark case over childbirth operation
18 Apr 2015 at 1:16am
By Kizito Makoye DAR ES SALAAM (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - A woman left unable to have children after a defective caesarian section operation in Tanzania has won a landmark case against a local hospital whose surgeon left a piece of cloth inside her. Mwamini Adam and her husband filed a lawsuit at the high court in western Tabora region against Urambo District Council's hospital four years ago, demanding 500 million Tanzanian Shillings ($265,000) for physical and emotional distress. Adam, 37, accused Jacob Kamanda, a gynecologist and obstetrician at the district hospital, of professional negligence and misconduct after he left a piece of cloth in her stomach after performing a caesarian section operation. She said the defective operation meant she can no longer give birth because doctors performing a life-saving corrective operation decided to remove her uterus.


Campaign begins in Arizona to make recreational marijuana legal
17 Apr 2015 at 7:12pm

By David Schwartz PHOENIX (Reuters) - Advocates for legalizing marijuana launched a petition campaign in Phoenix on Friday seeking a ballot measure that could make Arizona the fifth U.S. state to allow possession, cultivation and consumption of small amounts of pot for recreational use. Supporters have until July of next year to obtain the signatures of 150,642 registered voters in the politically conservative state in order to get their initiative placed on the November 2016 ballot, election officials said. Following the leads of five other western states and the District of Columbia, the Arizona measure would legalize possession, cultivation and private personal consumption of marijuana by adults for the sake of just getting high. Arizona is already one of 23 U.S. states, plus the District of Columbia, that allow marijuana for medicinal purposes.


Man gets 100 years for killing Montana teacher in drug-fueled frenzy
17 Apr 2015 at 6:55pm
A man who admitted killing a Montana teacher during a cocaine frenzy was sentenced to 100 years in prison by a state judge on Friday in a case that authorities said underscored a crime wave that accompanied a regional oil boom. Michael Spell, 25, of Parachute, Colorado, pleaded guilty in October to deliberate homicide in the strangling death of math instructor Sherry Arnold, legal documents showed. The agreement came after several court hearings that sought to determine Spell's competence, with defense attorneys claiming he was unfit to stand trial because of mental deficiencies. Arnold, 43, vanished in January 2012 while on a predawn run in her rural hometown of Sidney, where at the time authorities were noting a sharp increase in population and crime tied to an oil boom spanning northeastern Montana and northwestern North Dakota.

U.S. regulators may recommend testing food for glyphosate residues
17 Apr 2015 at 4:29pm
U.S. regulators may start testing food products for residues of the world's most widely used herbicide, the Environmental Protection Agency told Reuters on Friday, as public concern rises over possible links to disease. Glyphosate, the active ingredient in Roundup herbicide, has come under intense scrutiny since a research unit of the World Health Organization reported last month it was classifying glyphosate as "probably carcinogenic to humans." The herbicide is considered safe by the EPA, as well as many foreign regulatory agencies, including in the European Union. Still, a number of companies, consumer groups and advocacy organizations have been sampling foods, as well as human urine and breast milk, to try to determine the pervasiveness of glyphosate residues. Its use has surged with the advancement of genetically engineered crops.


Early Haiti rains bring risk of bleak cholera season
17 Apr 2015 at 4:27pm

By Peter Granitz PORT-AU-PRINCE (Reuters) - Haitian officials are reporting a spike in cholera cases late last year and carrying over into the first three months of 2015 as an early start to the rainy season has public health workers worried. As of March 28, the Haitian Ministry of Health confirmed at least 11,721 cases of cholera, more than a 300 percent increase from the same period last year. ?Last May there were hardly any cholera cases. Everybody was very excited, thinking this is the first step toward elimination,? said Oliver Schulz, head of the Haiti office of Doctors Without Borders.



Pfizer wins first U.S. trial over Zoloft birth-defect risk
17 Apr 2015 at 3:54pm

Pfizer Inc scored a key victory Friday when it was cleared of liability in the first U.S. trial involving claims that its antidepressant Zoloft can cause birth defects in children born to women who take the drug while pregnant. Plaintiff Kristyn Pesante claimed that Pfizer failed to warn that using Zoloft during pregnancy could cause birth defects and sought damages after her son was born with a rare, serious congenital heart problem. Following a week-long trial in St. Louis, Missouri, jurors deliberated briefly before clearing Pfizer of liability, according to a Pfizer spokeswoman Neha Wadhwa.


FDA approves AcuFocus' corneal implant
17 Apr 2015 at 3:48pm
(Reuters) - The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved AcuFocus Inc's corneal implant to improve vision in patients with presbyopia, an age-related eye disorder. The device, KAMRA inlay, is the first implantable device to correct vision in patients who have not had cataract surgery, the FDA said in a statement on Friday. The FDA, however, warned that the device should not to be used in patients who have had cataract surgery or those who have severe dry eye disease.


U.S. presses Mexico to ease poultry import limits brought by bird flu
17 Apr 2015 at 3:44pm

By Tom Polansek CHICAGO (Reuters) - The United States is pressing Mexico, the top importer of U.S. chickens and turkeys, to relax restrictions imposed on poultry shipments because of an outbreak of a strain of avian flu deadly to birds, an Agriculture Department spokeswoman confirmed on Friday. Negotiations are playing out as the number of U.S. poultry flocks infected with the disease continues to rise and the cost of the U.S. government response is approaching $50 million. Government officials are aiming to limit the economic pain the H5N2 flu causes to producers and exporters by asking Mexico to restrict imports only from counties that are home to infected flocks. So far, Mexico has imposed trade restrictions on entire states, including top U.S. turkey producer Minnesota, when infections have been detected.



Correction: Bird Flu story
17 Apr 2015 at 3:24pm

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) ? In a story April 16 about bird flu, The Associated Press reported erroneously that recent outbreaks had led to the death of more than 2.5 million turkeys and chickens. The correct figure at the time was more than 2.4 million, and not all the birds slated to be euthanized had been.



Thank God for Peanut Butter and Jelly Day
17 Apr 2015 at 2:57pm

Kaylyn Sigman is a high school senior with big plans. A star soccer player from a poor rural Appalachian Ohio community who loves calculus and creative writing, she's college-bound this fall and dreams of becoming a middle school special education teacher. Kaylyn's overcome a lot to arrive where she is today. Her parents' relationship was rocky...



Breastfeeding could keep new moms tobacco free
17 Apr 2015 at 2:47pm

Seventy percent of moms-to-be who quit smoking during pregnancy pick it up again within the first year after childbirth, but breastfeeding could reduce that statistic, according to a new study. "Breastfeeding seems to be a protective factor against increases in smoking after childbirth, so interventions should educate women about breastfeeding to maximize effectiveness," says Shannon Shisler of the State University of New York at Buffalo. Of new moms who relapse, 67 percent revisit the habit just three months after their children are born and 90 percent resume by six months, according to the study, which was published in the journal Nicotine and Tobacco Research. "Although women decreased their tobacco consumption across their pregnancy, by nine months postpartum they had substantially increased their smoking," says Shisler, who adds that at this point they went back to smoking more than half of the cigarettes they smoke per day before conceiving.



California declares end to measles outbreak
17 Apr 2015 at 2:31pm

Public health authorities in California announced Friday the end of a measles outbreak that has struck at least 131 people since it was declared in December. No new measles cases have been reported for two 21-day incubation periods, the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) said in a statement. "We are pleased this outbreak is over," said CDPH director Karen Smith, who nevertheless warned that it could reappear in the state at any time. Nationwide, 159 cases of measles have been reported since January 1 in 18 states and the District of Columbia, the federal Centers for Disease Control says.


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