Sign Me Up! Studies show that Dark Chocolate is chock full of nutrients like:  Iron, Magnesium, Potassium, and Protein just to name a few. Next time you eat a piece of chocolate, you don’t have to feel so guilty.  According to writings published in the Netherlands Journal of Medicine(1), our favorite sweet treat has some…

The older we get, the harder it is to move around. But, it becomes even more important!!!

There are a total of 87,714 Research Organizations in the USA – listed in Centerwatch.com

A vaccine developed at Weill Cornell Medicine and NewYork-Presbyterian to blunt the effects of cocaine has advanced to clinical trials for testing in humans. After demonstrating that the vaccine prevented cocaine from reaching the brain in earlier animal studies, investigators are now enrolling active cocaine addicts in a Phase I randomized control study to test…

Peter Russell December 07, 2015 Young people who consume caffeinated energy drinks can experience a spike in their blood insulin levels. This could make them more prone to a condition which increases their susceptibility to type 2 diabetes later in life, according to early results from a small Canadian study. However, one UK expert says…

The US Food and Drug Administration has approved a libido-enhancing drug for women dubbed the “female Viagra”. Flibanserin, a drug produced by Sprout Pharmaceuticals and marketed as Addyi, recently passed an FDA advisory committee meeting. It has been criticised as having only marginal benefits. Unlike Viagra, which affects blood flow to the genitals, Addyi is…

The effects of having a few drinks can differ person to person, but often people may not realize just how risky their drinking patterns are, or what that alcohol is doing to them under the hood. There are two definitions for “safe” drinking. The U.S. Dietary Guidelines say moderate alcohol consumption is OK, which means…

NBC Nightly News (6/11, story 9, 2:10, Holt, 7.86M) reported on “a big wake-up call for the millions of Americans who take certain kinds of sleeping” medications. Correspondent Ann Thompson explained, “A new study…finds three sedatives nearly double the risk of vehicle accidents among new users.” In addition, “the study…finds the risk of accidents increases…

The rate of skin cancer has doubled over the last 30 years, according to new federal data. Melanoma, specifically—which is the deadliest kind of skin cancer—is on the rise, and according to the latest research, the yearly cost of treating it is estimated to triple to a total of $1.6 billion in the year 2030….

HHS recommends less fluoride in drinking water. NBC Nightly News (4/28, story 7, 0:30, Holt) reported, “Federal health officials are lowering the recommended level of fluoride in drinking water for the first time in more than 50 years.” The CBS Evening News (4/27, story 13, 0:30, Pelley) reported that on Monday, the Federal government “said…

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