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Mother Calls For Protein Shake Regulation After Daughter Dies

The study find that the A mother is calling on the health industry to regulate sales of protein shake and supplements after her daughter died in 2017 due to a protein-heavy diet. Meegan Hefford; who was 25 years old, died as a result of a rare disorder that stopped her body from properly digesting the…

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Cannabis Based Medication Helps Tackle Dependency On Cannabis

The researches demonstrated that cannabis based medication helps tackle dependency on cannabis, one of the most widely used drugs globally. A paper about the University of Sydney and NSW Health clinical ;trial provides the first strong evidence that so-called cannabinoid agonist medication which targets receptors in the brain could reduce the rate of relapse. Cannabis based…

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One Small Glass Of Juice Or Soda A Day Increase Cancer Risk

The researches find that the one small glass of juice or soda can pose possible dangers, according to a new report. Researchers from health institutions in France recently conducted a study; published in the British Medical Journal, to determine the association between cancer risk; sugary drinks, such as 100% fruit juice; and artificially sweetened ones;…

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Caffeine Cause Problems For Individuals With Anxiety

The researches find that the Caffeine can boost energy, improve alertness and produce a general feeling of well-being – when used in moderation. Go past the sweet spot though, and that same elixir can cause insomnia, jitteriness and feelings of nervousness. Those who already struggle with anxiety may be particularly susceptible to its effects and…

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Kratom Herbal Supplement Used To Treat Addiction And Pain

The researches find that the The herb kratom is increasingly being used to manage pain and treat opioid addiction; but it’s not safe to use as an herbal supplement, according to new research led by faculty at Binghamton University; State University of New York. Kratom is an herbal supplement derived from a plant that grows…

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The Fast Food Found Hard-to-Ignore Signals

The researches find that the fast food, but found hard-to-ignore signals that represent its availability  like neon lights and ads are everywhere? If you’re stressed, tired or otherwise straining your brain power, you may find it harder to ignore cues in the environment that signal something rewarding. That’s what a UNSW Sydney experiment by a…

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Eliminate Sugar and Adopt The Keto Diet

The researchers find that the increasing accessibility to health information, many people now try to manage their weight and improve their health by following certain diets. However; there is much debate surrounding what exactly constitutes a healthy diet. Vegetarians think that eliminating meat is the answer; while fans of the ketogenic diet or simply “the…

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Ignoring Cues for Alcohol and Fast Food is Hard

The researches find that the Cues that might lead to behavior we’d like to avoid, like drinking alcohol and eating unhealthy food. Have you ever tried to stay away from fast food; but found hard-to-ignore signals that represent its availability like neon lights and ads are everywhere? If you’re stress, tire or otherwise straining your…

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Opioid Prescriptions by Stopping Pain Before it Starts

The researches find that the patients’ need for strong opioid Proscription after surgery by pre-treating patients with other pain relievers before they even enter the operating room. While opioids relieve patients’ pain and suffering, between 8% and 12% of those who take these drugs develop an opioid use disorder. At Keck Medicine of USC; health professionals are part of…

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In Defense of ‘Ultra-Processed’ Foods

The researches find that the Ultra-processed foods, a label coined in research by a Brazilian pediatrician, have been targeted as a menace to society for quite some time, mostly by environmental advocates and health professionals. For most consumers, the distinction between process foods and ultra-process foods is is a matter of individual perception. Many consumers…

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Quorn Protein Builds Muscle Better than Milk Protein

The researches find that the the protein-rich food source that is unique to Quorn products, stimulates post-exercise muscle building to a greater extent than milk protein. The study evaluated the digestion of protein; which allows amino acids (the building blocks of protein) to increase in the bloodstream and then become available for muscle protein building…

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Improve Yourself by Eating Better or Sleeping more

The researches find that the  improve ourselves, perhaps by eating better or spending more wisely, and sometimes when we do, They tell someone. But little is known about what we actually do next: Does admitting our loss of self-control help us resist temptation in the future; or could it make us more likely to give…