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Articles, tagged with "national institutes of health", page 1

05th April 2011

How You Can Stay Away from Calcium Depletion Even Though on a Diet?

Dieting may possibly cause some long-term damages to the physique if not handled effectively since it locations lots of attention to food intake, a number of the needed nutrients essential for the physique could be neglected in favor of accommodating the ...

02nd March 2011

Small Changes Lead To Big Changes

According to the National Institutes of Health, about 208 million tons of municipal solid waste is generated per year. In simple numbers that’s four pounds per person per day. According to the Native Forest Network, each person approximately still receiv...

08th October 2010

Use of the organic hair product to avoid hair loss

Organic hair products often are shampoos, conditioners or other products that are used to help stimulate hair growth. Essential oils and extracts from plants, flowers and herbs have been used in many of these hair products, including rosemary, sage, nettl...

08th February 2010

Proof And Probability

For many years firm but not conclusive evidence suggested that lowering the amount of cholesterol in the blood would help prevent heart disease. Populations with high blood cholesterol levels experienced more heart attacks than those with low levels. But ...

26th November 2009

Patrick Swayze left at 57

Dirty Dancing star, Patrick Swayze, died from his illness last Monday, September 14, 2009, at the age of 57. The actor was diagnosed to have been suffering advanced stage four pancreatic cancer in January 2008. Nevertheless, despite the diagnosis, he cont...

21st September 2009

Baby Sign Language – Improves Children’s IQ Scores

Drs. Acredolo and Goodwyn have conducted over two decades of scientific research on the use of sign language with hearing babies, including a longitudinal study funded by the National Institutes of Health. Below are the findings from that study. More t...

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