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Strawberries Found to Help With Insulin Resistance and Obesity Related Disease

By Heather Callaghan Strawberries seem simple enough, but they’ve been hiding beautiful and benevolent complexities that are ripe for research. Previous research found that strawberries could help prevent throat cancer. Look at the shape when you cut one horizontally – does it not look like…

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Rhodiola Herb Noted by Study as Potential Treatment for Depression

By Heather Callaghan An estimated 19 million Americans suffer from depression with 70 percent of them not responding to initial therapy – can Rhodiola help? It’s been lauded as nature’s anti-depressant, energizer and as a favorite adaptogen. Adaptogen being the kind of substance that increases…

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‘Calculators’ Doctors Use May Overestimate Heart Risks, Study Says

Such assessments should only be starting points for predicting risk, researcher explains By Amy Norton HealthDay Reporter The various “calculators” that doctors use to estimate patients’ odds of future heart trouble often overestimate the risks, a new study suggests. Researchers found that four of five…

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Watching TV Does The Exact Opposite of What You Want

Illustrator’s source: The Rundown Live By Heather Callaghan Which came first – the loneliness and depression caused by binge-watching television, or watching television because you’re lonely and depressed? Researchers think they pinpointed the answer to the vicious cycle (below) – and I think they are…

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