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Green Coffee Beans: Medically Tested And Approved By Doctors For Weight Loss

 (, November 06, 2013 ) Beaverton , Oregon -- Green coffee beans are coffee beans in their raw, unroasted form. When coffee beans are roasted, the amount of chlorogenic acid is vastly reduced, so the roasted beans don't give the same health benefits as the raw, unroasted beans....


Epicura Labs’ Fall Promo For Maximum Density With Theme ‘Healthier Hair For A Happy Life'

   (, November 06, 2013 ) Los Angeles, California -- In a recent press conference held at the company's headquarters in Los Angeles, California, October 24, Spokesperson Kurt Townes, announced the commencement of fall promo for Maximum Density today. This product of Epicura Labs,...


Teen Rehab Center Three Stones Wellness Addresses Teen Addiction and Abuse at New Facility

 (, November 06, 2013 ) Santa Clara, CA -- Three Stones Wellness, an adolescent residential alcohol drug abuse treatment facility offering a holistic approach for teens with substance abuse problems, announces the grand opening of its new location in Santa Clara, California on...


Garcinia Cambogia Select Diet Pills Are Hugely Popular Since They Are Proven To Ensure Quick And Fast Weight Loss Now Offers Extra Bottles

 Garcinia Cambogia Select Garcinia Cambogia (, November 08, 2013 ) New York, NY -- Garcinia Cambogia Select the latest and most exciting breakthrough in weight loss as called by health experts, has gained a significant popularity among customers for its lots of health benefits...


The Best Low Cost Recumbent Bike In 2013 Is Revealed At

 (, November 06, 2013 ) London, UK -- have recently been reviewing some of the best low-cost exercise bikes on the market in 2013, and with regards to recumbent bicycles have named the Exerpeutic 900XL as the best low-cost recumbent bike in 2013.Recumbent...


Dr Oz Recommends Yacon Syrup For Weight Loss, Reports

 (, November 06, 2013 ) London, UK -- Yacon syrup has recently been featured on TV and recommended by Dr Oz because it has been found to be good for weight loss.Yacon syrup is derived from the root of the Yacon plant in South America, and whilst many people may not own any of...


Highly Publicized, Raspberry Ketone Gets a Boost with a Dose of Garcinia Cambogia and Green Coffee

(, November 07, 2013 ) New Delhi, India -- Raspberry ketone is known to have featured on various health shows and News channels in TV."This is a fat burner that seems to have beaten all other previous records in terms of popularity. It seems to have superseded acai berry and...


Featured on TV and Hailed by Experts, Green Coffee Diet Pills Continue to be The Preferred Choice of Dieters

 Green coffee weight loss(, November 07, 2013 ) New Delhi, India -- Losing weight seems to be an arduous task for many. Overeating and lack of exercise are considered to be the basic reasons of weight gain. Though most diet pills tend to work with diet and exercise, green coffee...


Endorsed by Experts Green Coffee Diet Pills Smash Sale Records - Get Excellent User Reviews

 Green Coffee Pills for weight loss(, November 07, 2013 ) New Delhi, India -- Green coffee is all set to become one of the most popular weight loss supplement for all time. Green coffee diet pills are in huge demand since they are known to ensure quick weight loss even without...


Get Rid Of Man Boobs Without Surgery - Gynexin Helps Lose Man Boobs Naturally

 Lose Man Boobs with Gynexin(, November 07, 2013 ) New Delhi, India -- Millions of men are known to be suffering with gynecomastia or man boobs. Abnormal growth of breast tissue is frowned upon by many. It can be a big cause of embarrassment for most men suffering with the condition....


Dubbed As Miracle Fat Burner, Green Coffee Extract Rules The Weight Loss Scene in 2013

 GCB MAX for quick and effortless weight loss(, November 07, 2013 ) New Delhi, India -- Green coffee extract is known for its fat busting powers. Green coffee beans contain chlorogenic acid which makes it an excellent weight loss supplement. Clinical trials have shown that chlorogenic...


Seen on Fox News, Raspberry ketones and Garcinia Cambogia Make Raspberry Ketone Gold the Ultimate Weight Loss Pill

 (, November 07, 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...


Zero Effort Weight Loss Make Green Coffee Pills Appealing to Dieters

 Green coffee for weight loss(, November 07, 2013 ) New Delhi, India -- Green coffee is supposed to be the latest craze in the fitness circles and this is because it is clinically proven to reduce weight even without diet or exercise.Green coffee has been proclaimed by Dr. OZ...


TrenBalone from Crazy Mass Helps Gain Lean Dry Muscle Quickly - Bodybuilders Report Great Results

 (, November 07, 2013 ) New Delhi, India -- While there is no dearth of bodybuilding supplements in the market, there are just a few that are 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...


Promoted as Miracle Fat Burner, Green Coffee Manages Weight Loss Without Diet or Exercise

 (, November 07, 2013 ) New Delhi, India -- Green coffee is a fat burner unlike any other. What sets it apart from all the other diet pills and supplements is that it is clinically proven to ensure weight loss even without diet or exercise. This seems to have made it extremely...


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Spanish judge orders release of ill boy's parents
2 Sep 2014 at 11:30am

SOTO DEL REAL, Spain (AP) ? Spanish officials have ordered the immediate release of a detained British couple who were wanted by police in the United Kingdom after they took their critically ill child for treatment abroad without doctors' consent.

Governments hold key to unlocking billions for social good: G8 report
14 Sep 2014 at 4:30pm
By Astrid Zweynert LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Governments can unleash billions of dollars to tackle social problems more effectively if they take bold steps to reduce barriers to investing for both profit and social good, a task force set up by the world's richest nations said on Monday. In its first report, the G8 Social Impact Investment Task Force calls on governments to make tax and regulatory reforms to catalyze the market in investments that generate social or environmental benefits alongside financial returns. "This is not about increasing or reducing public expenditure, but helping government to benefit from innovation and private sector capital in order to achieve more impact with the money it has," Ronald Cohen, the chair of the year-old task force, said in a statement. The report highlights the potential of so-called "impact investing" to help solve some of society's most pressing issues, such as caring for children and the elderly, community regeneration, financial inclusion, housing and prisoner reoffending.

Costly eye drug and far cheaper alternative have similar side effects: study
14 Sep 2014 at 4:03pm
By Ben Hirschler LONDON (Reuters) - Injecting Roche's cancer drug Avastin as a cheap eye treatment does not appear to increase deaths or serious side effects, according to an independent study that is likely to fuel a row over the medicine's unapproved use. An analysis of nine clinical trials - including three unpublished ones - concluded that health policies favoring the much more expensive eye drug Lucentis over Avastin were not supported by current evidence. The study was published on Monday in The Cochrane Library journal, which is produced by the Cochrane Collaboration, a non-profit group that reviews trial data to assess the value of drugs. Avastin is not licensed for wAMD but it works in a similar way to authorized treatments for the condition - Lucentis, which is marketed by Novartis and Roche, and Eylea, from Bayer and Regeneron Pharmaceuticals.

Possible measles exposure at Seattle airport, health officials warn
14 Sep 2014 at 3:54pm
Health officials in Washington state on Sunday warned people who used Seattle-Tacoma International Airport this month that they could have been exposed to measles after a passenger was confirmed to be carrying the virus. The passenger was at the airport on Sept. 6 during a period when the illness is contagious, and can spread easily through the air by breathing, coughing or sneezing, Public Health -Seattle & King County said in a news release. "The traveler was likely exposed to measles outside of the United States," the agency said. The passenger used the airport's north satellite terminal, the inter-terminal train and the baggage claim, and also dined at a restaurant at the Courtyard Seattle Federal Way hotel that evening, the agency said.

Scientists unveil magnetic cure for bad blood
14 Sep 2014 at 1:57pm

Acting rather like a spleen, the invention uses magnetic nanobeads coated with a genetically-engineered human blood protein called MBL. The MBL binds to pathogens and toxins, which can then be "pulled out" with a magnet, the developers wrote in the journal Nature Medicine. The "bio-spleen" was developed to treat sepsis, or blood infection, which affects 18 million people in the world every year, with a 30-50 percent mortality rate. If the invention is shown to be safe for humans, "patients could be treated with our bio-spleen and this will physically clean up their blood, rapidly removing a wide spectrum of live pathogens as well as dead fragments and toxins from the blood," study co-author Donald Ingber told AFP.

Fourth Sierra Leonean doctor dies from Ebola
14 Sep 2014 at 1:19pm

Freetown (AFP) - A fourth Sierra Leonean doctor, a woman, died Sunday after contracting the dreaded Ebola virus, a top health official said, while a Dutch charity repatriated two doctors suspected of having been contaminated with the disease.

4th doctor dies of Ebola in Sierra Leone
14 Sep 2014 at 8:30am

FREETOWN, Sierra Leone (AP) ? Sierra Leone has lost a fourth doctor to Ebola after a failed effort to transfer her abroad for medical treatment, a government official said Sunday, a huge setback to the impoverished country that is battling the virulent disease amid a shortage of health care workers.

Abbott dissolving stent has lower angina rate vs metal stent: study
14 Sep 2014 at 8:04am
Abbott's Absorb dissolving heart stent proved as safe and effective one year after being placed in a diseased artery as the company's market-leading Xience drug coated metal stent with a significantly lower rate of chest pain, according to data presented at a medical meeting on Sunday. Absorb works in the same way as traditional heart stents, propping open arteries that have been cleared of blockages to restore normal blood flow. The most notable difference observed after one year in the European study was the rate of angina, a type of chest pain associated with diminished blood flow to the heart. "The lower rate of chest pain observed in people treated with Absorb is a promising finding that shows that Absorb may offer people unique quality of life benefits beyond the excellent clinical outcomes already offered with drug eluting stents," Dr. Patrick Serruys, the study's lead investigator who presented the data at the Transcatheter Cardiovascular Therapeutics (TCT) meeting in Washington, said in a statement.

Post-war counselling awaits Gaza children going back to school
14 Sep 2014 at 7:28am

By Nidal al-Mughrabi GAZA (Reuters) - Some 500,000 children returned on Sunday to school in the Gaza Strip, where many will be given psychological counselling before regular studies begin after a devastating 50-day war between Palestinian militants and Israel. The opening of the school year had been delayed for three weeks because of damage to more than 250 schools and the use of about 90 U.N. educational facilities as shelters for tens of thousands of residents displaced by fighting, the United Nations and local authorities said. ...

Post-war counseling awaits Gaza children going back to school
14 Sep 2014 at 7:21am

By Nidal al-Mughrabi GAZA (Reuters) - Some 500,000 children returned on Sunday to school in the Gaza Strip, where many will be given psychological counseling before regular studies begin after a devastating 50-day war between Palestinian militants and Israel. The opening of the school year had been delayed for three weeks because of damage to more than 250 schools and the use of about 90 U.N. educational facilities as shelters for tens of thousands of residents displaced by fighting, the United Nations and local authorities said. "The top priority now is making sure that after a period of psychosocial support, including the use of theater for development techniques, our students can return to their regular curricula," said Pierre Krähenbühl, head of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency, which runs more than 200 Gaza schools. He said UNRWA has employed over 200 counselors who would engage with the approximately 240,000 students in its schools, with a transition to standard studies scheduled in a week.

A week on from flood, 150,000 still stranded in Indian Kashmir
14 Sep 2014 at 5:56am

By Krista Mahr and Fayaz Bukhari SRINAGAR, India (Reuters) - About 150,000 people were still stranded in their homes a week after Indian Kashmir's worst flood in over a century and fears grew on Sunday of an outbreak of diseases from vast fields of stagnant brown water. Indian army and civilian boats trawled through the streets -now water channels - of the state capital Srinagar ? picking up residents and delivering water, food and basic medicine to people who chose to remain camped out in the upper floors of their houses. The state administration, which was itself knocked out after the waters of the Jhelum river gushed into the city center, has struggled to cope with the flood, the worst in 109 years. The disaster has fueled public anger in the Muslim-majority region where a revolt against Indian rule has simmered for nearly a quarter century.

Liberia president sacks 10 officials told to return to fight Ebola
14 Sep 2014 at 5:02am

By James Harding Giahyue MONROVIA (Reuters) - Liberia's President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has sacked 10 senior officials because they failed to heed a warning to return from overseas travel to help the government's fight against an Ebola epidemic that has killed at least 1,100 Liberians. The officials, who include six assistant ministers, two deputy ministers and two commissioners, were dismissed with immediate effect for being "out of the country without an excuse," according to a statement from the president's office. They were initially told in August to return to Liberia. ...

7 Habits That Wreck Your Feet
14 Sep 2014 at 4:17am

SPECIAL FROM Next AvenueBy Linda MeloneIf you wore a pedometer from the day you started walking, you'd have logged in more then 70,000 miles by the time you hit age 50. When you walk a good portion of those miles in improperly-fitting shoes or otherwise neglect your feet, it's little wonder why they hurt. The 38 muscles in your feet make up...

Liberian president appeals to Obama for U.S. help to beat Ebola
14 Sep 2014 at 12:18am

By Daniel Flynn DAKAR (Reuters) - Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has appealed to U.S. President Barack Obama for urgent aid in tackling the worst recorded outbreak of the deadly Ebola virus, saying that without it her country would lose the fight against the disease. The outbreak, which was first discovered in March, has now killed more than 2,400 people mostly in Liberia, neighbouring Guinea and Sierra Leone, as understaffed and poorly resourced West African healthcare systems have been overrun. ...

Toronto mayor Rob Ford says God 'wants him somewhere else'
13 Sep 2014 at 3:49pm

Toronto Mayor Rob Ford, who this week dropped out of the city's mayoral race only to be replaced by his elder brother, on Saturday said in a newspaper interview that the early diagnosis from an abdominal tumour was "not good." Ford, a larger-than-life figure who made international headlines with his admission that he smoked crack cocaine while in office, was hospitalized earlier in the week after having unbearable abdominal pains. In a dramatic turn of events, Ford dropped his bid for re-election minutes ahead of a Friday deadline, replaced by his brother and campaign manager Doug Ford. In an interview on Saturday in the Toronto Sun newspaper, Ford said he was "shocked" and "devastated," and had to quit the race to focus on his health. The Fords' politician father, Doug Ford Sr., died of colon cancer less than three months after being diagnosed in 2006. is part of GropWeb Network, online properties of GroupWeb Media LLC. Copyright © GroupWeb Media LLC. All Rights Reserved.

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