Plumbing Progress Recycled Plastics Put to Good Use

Plumbing Progress Recycled Plastics Put to Good Use

Australia’s Centre for Advanced Design in Engineering Training at Deakin University is practicing an affordable way to increase the availability of potable (drinkable) water in needy areas of the world.

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Veggie Doctors: Cardiologists Urge Plant-Based Hospital Meals

Veggie Doctors: Cardiologists Urge Plant-Based Hospital Meals

The American College of Cardiology (ACC) is advising hospitals in improving patient menus by adding healthy, plant-based options and removing processed meats, which have been linked to 60,000 cardiovascular deaths annually.

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Fish Oil Twice Weekly Eases Arthritis

Fish Oil Twice Weekly Eases Arthritis

Eating fish at least twice a week may significantly reduce the pain and swelling associated with rheumatoid arthritis,in which the body’s immune system mistakenly attacks the joints, creating swelling and pain.

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Meatless Millennials: Young Vegetarians Worry Meat Industry

Meatless Millennials: Young Vegetarians Worry Meat Industry

The 2017 Chicken Marketing Summit in North Carolina involved hundreds of leaders from fast-food chains, marketing agencies and poultry production companies discussing the fact that Americans are eating less poultry—and what to do about it.

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Generosity Cheers Mind, Body and Spirit

Generosity Cheers Mind, Body and Spirit

A Swiss study gave volunteers $25 .a week for four weeks, and told half of them to spend the money on themselves and the others to spend it to benefit others.

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Lutein in Greens and Eggs Slows Cognitive Aging

Lutein in Greens and Eggs Slows Cognitive Aging

Healthy diet options of spinach and kale may also help keep our brains fit. In a study from the University of Illinois appearing in Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience, 60 adults between 25 and 45 years old having higher levels of lutein, a nutrient found in green, leafy vegetables, avocados and eggs, had neural responses more on par with younger people than others of their own age.

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EAT WHEAT AGAIN: Eight Ways to Restore Gut Health

EAT WHEAT AGAIN Eight Ways to Restore Gut Health

by John Douillard

The New York University Langone Medical Center recently reported that 74 percent of Americans experience some form of digestive distress, a quarter are obese and more than 100 million U.S. adults are pre-diabetic and don’t know it.

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OPIOID ALTERNATIVE: Regenerative Injection Treatments

OPIOID ALTERNATIVE: Regenerative Injection Treatments

by Annette “Dr. Z” Zaharoff, M.D.

Prolotherapy Offers Non-Surgical, Non-Drug Option to Address Musculoskeletal Injuries and Pain

While I was at the University of Wisconsin late last year for the 22nd Annual Prolotherapy and Research Symposium, President Trump declared the opioid addiction crisis is officially a national public health emergency.

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The Synergy Studio Offers Four-Session Introduction to Yoga Beginning Jan. 20

The Synergy Studio Offers Four-Session Introduction to Yoga Beginning Jan. 20

Have you ever wanted to try yoga but don’t know where to start? One thing you almost never see is a class that’s fully intended to serve as a solid introduction to yoga.

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10,000 Steps and Counting: Keep Moving to Stay Fit

10,000 Steps and Counting Keep Moving to Stay Fit

by Kathleen Barnes

We have become a nation of couch potatoes. The average American takes only 5,900 steps a day, somewhat better than the sedentary Brits that average less than 4,000. The notion that overall we need to take 10,000 steps a day to be physically fit started with manpo-kei, a 1960s Japanese marketing tool to sell pedometers.

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