Popular Pain Killer Drug NO Better than Fake Pill
Acetaminophen, the active ingredient in the drug Tylenol and many others, has been marketed as a pain killer for more than 60 years. Each year, nearly 100 million Americans ingest Acetaminophen. Practice guidelines recommend Acetaminophen as a first line treatment for back pain, yet, it's no better than placebo or ham treatment.
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Fast Food Could Destroy Your Sense of Smell
Junk food has long been linked to obesity, diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, cancer and many other preventable diseases. A new study from Florida State University has revealed eating junk food may cause loss of ability to smell.
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Showers Linked to Debilitating Bowel Disease
Crohn's Disease is considered an auto-immune disease where the body's immune attacks the tissue of the digestive system. This inflammatory dreaded bowel disease may also cause complications outside the GI tract such as Arthritis, Eczema, Fatigue, lack of concentration and many other symptoms. A new study from Lancaster University is the first to find a link between showers and Crohn's Disease.
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Dental Fillings Blamed for Crippling MS like symptoms
A women diagnosed with MS (multiple Sclerosis) after losing the ability to walk claims her symptoms were actually the result of mercury poisoning from silver amalgam dental fillings.
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Greatly reduce having a Stroke
Stroke is a leading cause of death in the United States, killing nearly 130,000 Americans each year that's 1 of every 19 deaths. German research reveals how to drastically lower stroke risk.
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