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Garcinia Pills Makes Weight Loss Easy

Garcinia Cambogia Diet Pills(Medical-NewsWire.com, December 24, 2013 ) New Delhi, India -- Garcinia cambogia is a word that seems to have become synonymous with quick, fast and easy weight loss. Fitness experts are known to be recommending it highly to lose weight.Clinical trials have shown that...

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Green Coffee Strikes a Chord with Dieters who want to Lose Weight with No or Little Exercise

(Medical-NewsWire.com, December 24, 2013 ) New Delhi, India -- Green coffee is known to be really hot within the weight loss circles since it is proven to ensure weight loss without diet or exercise. This is something that is relatively new. Until now, it was unheard of that diet pills could ensure...

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D-Bal from Crazy Mass Helps Gain Lean Muscle by Creating Anabolic Environment - Mimics Dianabol Without Side Effects

(Medical-NewsWire.com, December 24, 2013 ) New Delhi, India -- Steroids can be really effective in gaining pounds of lean muscle but for their side effects. Over the years, a lot of bodybuilders seem to have suffered with various health problems and issues because of steroid abuse.One of the most...

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Garcinia Cambogia is a Weight Loss Miracle - Makes it Possible to Lose Weight Sans Diet or Exercise

Garcinia cambogia diet pills(Medical-NewsWire.com, December 24, 2013 ) New Delhi, India -- 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. Garcinia cambogia is known to have become quite a phenomenon since...

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Clenn-Max from Crazy Mass is a Potent Fat Burner that Cuts Quickly - Bodybuilders Report Great Results with Cutting

(Medical-NewsWire.com, December 24, 2013 ) New Delhi, India -- 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....

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Garcinia Cambogia Changes the Weight Loss Scene with its Effortless Weight Loss Effects

(Medical-NewsWire.com, December 24, 2013 ) New Delhi, India -- Weight loss is a huge market with thousands of products on offer. People have been trying to get hold of a product that could help them lose weight without diet or exercise."This is exactly what Garcinia Cambogia is. It is known to be...

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A-Drol from Crazy Mass Helps Stack Lean Muscle with its Anabolic Powers - Mimics Anadroll, Minus its Side Effects

(Medical-NewsWire.com, December 24, 2013 ) New Delhi, India -- 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...

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Raspberry Ketones and Garcinia Cambogia Deliver Faster and Effortless Weight Loss When Mixed Together

(Medical-NewsWire.com, December 24, 2013 ) New Delhi, India -- Obesity is a widespread condition these days. One of the best ways to lose weight is with the help of natural supplements. Natural fat burners are known to work exceptionally well when combined with diet and exercise."One of the best...

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Garcinia Cambogia Gets Hailed as the Holy Grail of Weight Loss - Works with or without Diet or Exercise!

Garcinia cambogia diet pills(Medical-NewsWire.com, December 24, 2013 ) New Delhi, India -- Weight loss scene seems to have been altered completely within the past few months. New and highly advanced natural fat burners have been launched in the market that seem to have changed the popular perception...

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Paravar or P-Var is Ideal for Cutting Cycles - Burns Excess Fat and Improves Muscle Definition

(Medical-NewsWire.com, December 24, 2013 ) New Delhi, India -- World of bodybuilding seems to be no stranger to steroids. It is common knowledge that a lot of bodybuilders resort to steroid in order to get the desired results in the least possible time. However, steroids can prove fatal over time....

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Garcinia Cambogia All Set to Rock the Weight Loss Scene in 2014 Too!

(Medical-NewsWire.com, December 24, 2013 ) New Delhi, India -- Abundantly available in Southeast Asia and India, Garcinia cambogia 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 or D-KA from Crazy Mass Mimics DecaDurabolin and Helps Gain Lean Muscle Quickly

(Medical-NewsWire.com, December 24, 2013 ) New Delhi, India -- Bodybuilders are no strangers to steroids. However, most steroids can result in a whole lot of unwanted side effects, some of which can be irreversible. One of the most well known steroids is DecaDurabolin.Deca from Crazy Mass is one...

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Featured on CNN,FOX News Raspberry Ketone Gets Even More Powerful when Combined with Acai Berry or GarciniaCambogia

Ketone Ultra Review(Medical-NewsWire.com, December 24, 2013 ) New Delhi, India -- Raspberry ketone is believed to have been a major breakthrough as far as weight loss ic concerned. It is known to be a natural fat burner and appetite suppressant that can ensure very quick weight loss when used along...

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Bulking Stack from Crazy Mass Gets Popular for Quick Muscle Gains Among Bodybuilders - Packs in 4 Anabolic Legal Steroids

(Medical-NewsWire.com, December 24, 2013 ) New Delhi, India -- Supplements are essential for building a good body. A lot of bodybuilders find it hard to gain lean muscle. A good supplement can speed up the process by gaining lean muscle by increasing protein synthesis and increasing nitrogen retention...

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Yacon Syrup is a Game Changer that Helps Lose Weight Minus Diet or Exercise - All Set to Become a Sensation in 2014

(Medical-NewsWire.com, December 24, 2013 ) New Delhi, India -- Yacon is known to have been dubbed as the Game Changer by Dr. OZ. This seems to have made it hugely popular weight loss community. Proven to bust fat without diet or exercise, yacon is supposed to be in the same league as garcinia cambogia...

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Herbalife cuts pay of CEO Johnson 36 percent after missed targets
28 Feb 2015 at 7:33am

Herbalife Ltd cut the pay of Chief Executive Michael Johnson 36 percent for 2014 after the nutrition and weight loss company failed to meet performance goals set for him and other top executives, according to a securities filing on Friday. Herbalife said Johnson, who is also chairman, received total compensation of $6.73 million last year, down from $10.5 million in 2013, mainly because he did not receive the incentive plan compensation of $3.7 million he got the prior year. Herbalife has been closely watched since activist investor William Ackman accused the company of running a pyramid scheme in 2012, while rival investor Carl Icahn became the company's biggest owner in 2013. Herbalife, being investigated by state and federal regulators, has denied Ackman's charges.


China says to implement drug distribution reforms
28 Feb 2015 at 6:16am
China said on Saturday it would implement drug distribution reforms including centralization measures designed to cut prices and reduce corruption. The State Council, China's cabinet, said it urged drug manufacturers to negotiate directly with hospitals on payment for pharmaceuticals instead of going through middle men. Authorities should also work to ensure the distribution of drugs to remote rural areas with underdeveloped modes of transportation in a timely fashion, the State Council said on its website. Authorities should push forward centralization and standardization measures in an effort to weed out corruption and lower prices, it added.


Singapore's Lee Kuan Yew remains in intensive care, health improves slightly
28 Feb 2015 at 5:45am

Lee Kuan Yew, Singapore's first prime minister, remains in intensive care after being admitted to hospital with severe pneumonia but his condition has improved slightly, the government said on Saturday. Lee, who turned 91 last September, has been in hospital since Feb. 5. "Lee Kuan Yew's condition has improved slightly. He remains sedated and on mechanical ventilation in the ICU (intensive care unit)," said a statement from the office of the current prime minister, adding that Lee was continuing with his antibiotics.



U.S., Liberia kick off trial of Ebola drug ZMapp
28 Feb 2015 at 1:01am

By Reuters Staff CHICAGO (Reuters) - U.S. and Liberian researchers have started a clinical trial to test the safety and effectiveness of Mapp Biopharmaceutical Inc's Ebola drug ZMapp, an experimental treatment that has already been tried in a handful of Ebola patients, including two U.S. missionaries. The trial, a joint effort by the Liberian government and the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), will be conducted in Liberia and the United States among adults and children infected with Ebola, NIAID said on Friday.



Doctors should take lead in push to curb climate change: experts
27 Feb 2015 at 11:33pm

By Kyle Plantz LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Doctors should take the lead in supporting political efforts to cut the pace of climate change and encouraging more people to see the problem as a crucial issue for public health, experts say. With the 68th World Health Assembly coming up in May in Geneva, countries are poised to adopt the world's first resolution on air pollution and health, in an effort to reduce premature deaths linked to air pollution. Studies have found that air pollution can worsen a variety of health problems, from heart disease to strokes, said Carlos Dora, coordinator of public health and the environment at the World Health Organization (WHO).



U.S. judge denies Ranbaxy bid to reinstate approvals for Valcyte, Nexium copies
27 Feb 2015 at 9:41pm

A U.S. federal judge has denied Indian generic drugmaker Ranbaxy Laboratories Ltd's bid to reinstate approvals granted to it to launch the first copies of the heartburn drug Nexium and the antiviral Valcyte, a court document showed. Judge Beryl Howell of the United States District Court for the District of Colombia on Friday also blocked Ranbaxy's plea for a preliminary injunction to halt Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd, Endo International Plc and Dr Reddy's Laboratories Ltd from launching copies of the two drugs. The court decision came after Ranbaxy sued the U.S. Food and Drug Administration in November for pulling approvals that would have allowed the Indian firm to launch the first copies of Roche's Valcyte and AstraZeneca Plc's Nexium. FDA had said its earlier decision granting the approvals was "in error" as Ranbaxy's plants at the time were not compliant with the U.S. regulator's manufacturing quality standards.


U.S. border officials seize record 15 tons of pot at California border
27 Feb 2015 at 7:10pm
U.S. customs officers at a California border crossing seized more than 15 tons of marijuana hidden inside a tractor-trailer shipment designated as a cargo of mattresses, the biggest narcotics bust ever at that port of entry, officials said on Friday.

Reaction to death of 'Star Trek' actor Leonard Nimoy
27 Feb 2015 at 6:59pm
(Reuters) - Leonard Nimoy, best known for his portrayal of logic-bound Mr. Spock in the "Star Trek" science fiction television series and movies, died on Friday at age 83 after a battle with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. The following are reactions to Nimoy's death: "Long before being nerdy was cool, there was Leonard Nimoy.Leonard was a lifelong lover of the arts and humanities, a supporter of the sciences, generous with his talent and his time.And of course, Leonard was Spock.Cool, logical, big-eared and level-headed, the center of Star Trek?s optimistic, inclusive vision of humanity?s future. I loved Spock," President Barack Obama, whose unemotional approach to problems has been likened to the character Nimoy portrayed on "Star Trek." "I loved him like a brother. We will all miss his humor, his talent and his capacity to love," William Shatner, who co-starred on "Star Trek" as Captain Kirk, said in a statement.

Blood biomarkers found for chronic fatigue syndrome
27 Feb 2015 at 3:59pm

Chronic fatigue syndrome is a disease with distinct stages that can be identified through biomarkers in the blood, researchers said Friday, offering hope that earlier diagnosis may improve treatment. With no known cause or cure, chronic fatigue syndrome -- known formally as encephalomyelitis (ME/CFS) -- has long puzzled the medical community. "We now have evidence confirming what millions of people with this disease already know, that ME/CFS isn't psychological," said lead author Mady Hornig, associate professor of epidemiology at Columbia's Mailman School.


New Leprosy Cases Hit Florida
27 Feb 2015 at 3:34pm
Three people in Volusia county were diagnosed with the rare illness, which is also known as Hansen's Disease.

Canada tells vets without limbs to prove it - every three years
27 Feb 2015 at 3:01pm
Canadian veterans who are missing limbs will have to prove it every three years to qualify for assistance, instead of every year, the government said on Friday. Canada announced the changes during Question Period in the House of Commons on Friday, and said the Veterans Independence Program, which helps disabled veterans, will move to a three-year renewal cycle from one year. Veterans Affairs came under fire in Parliament recently after it was learned that Master Corporal Paul Franklin, who lost both of his legs in Afghanistan, had to prove every year that he remained disabled. Pierre Lemieux, the parliamentary secretary to Veterans Affairs Minister Erin O'Toole, said O'Toole had been in contact with Franklin and determined the policy needed changing.

Doctors with bad news seen as less compassionate
27 Feb 2015 at 2:57pm
Until recently, doctors and researchers believed that doctors who delivered bad news in an empathetic tone would be seen as sincere, said Dr. Eduardo Bruera, the study?s lead author from the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston. The researchers showed 100 cancer patients two videos.

China imposes trade restrictions on Canadian beef
27 Feb 2015 at 2:10pm
OTTAWA (Reuters) - China has imposed temporary trade restrictions on Canadian beef and beef products in the wake of Canada's discovery of mad cow disease earlier this month, Canada said on Friday. China joins the list of countries that have imposed trade restrictions since Canada confirmed the case of bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE) on Feb. 11, which includes Taiwan, Peru and Belarus. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency made Friday's announcement in an update on its website. (Reporting by Randall Palmer, editing by G Crosse)


Oracle sues Oregon officials in healthcare website dispute
27 Feb 2015 at 2:10pm

By Shelby Sebens PORTLAND, Ore. (Reuters) - Oracle America Inc, the software giant in charge of developing Oregon's failed health exchange website, has filed suit against five former staff and campaign advisers to the state's former governor, saying they worked behind the scenes to kill the site for political reasons, court documents showed. The company also gave notice to state administrators on Thursday, the same day it filed suit in Multnomah County Circuit Court, that it might file similar claims against former Governor John Kitzhaber and his former chief of staff, Mike Bonetto. The lawsuit says Kitzhaber's staffers and advisers, who did not work for Cover Oregon, "improperly influenced" the decision to shutter the site and then blamed Oracle to defuse the political consequences. Named in the lawsuit are Kitzhaber's former campaign manager Patricia McCaig, consultants Kevin Looper and Mark Wiener, former business policy director Scott Nelson and former spokesman Tim Raphael.


Younger men more bothered after prostate cancer treatment
27 Feb 2015 at 2:04pm
By Shereen Lehman After treatment for localized prostate cancer, changes in quality of life will vary by age, as will men?s reactions to those changes, according to a new study. ?While older and younger men start with different baseline quality of life function, older men may be less bothered by certain declines that may affect younger patients more,? Dr. Lindsay Hampson told Reuters Health in an email. Prostate cancer is the most common malignancy in men of all ages in the U.S. Almost 60 percent of new cases are diagnosed in men over the age of 65, and the average age is 66. Older men are often diagnosed with more aggressive disease and are less likely to get treatment, in part because they worry about the impact on their sexual and urinary function, Hampson and her colleagues write in European Urology.

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