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Yawning Actually Helps You Keep Awake

...he researchers also found that subjects who held a cold pack to their forehead did not catch yawns from the film, while those who held a warm or room-temperature pack yawned normally. Researcher Robert Provine, from the University of Maryland in Baltimore, said yawning could mark the body's readiness to...

Chemical Injections for Fat Removal

... over a two-week period to standing in a puddle of cold water or to an aggressive alpha mouse, and they conducted the experiments in combination with a regular diet or with a high-fat, high-sugar diet. Stressed animals fed a normal diet did not gain weight, but stressed mice given a high-fat diet did. ...

When CIAs Poisoned Capsule for Castro Stuck to the Freezer!

...o Castro and was in a financial bind. But Orta got cold feet. Escalante said more poisoned pills, one batch disguised in a bottle of Bayer aspirins, were delivered through the Mafia to an opposition group that almost succeeded in March 1963 when Castro went for a milkshake. Much of the information dec...

Selenium Supplements Could Increase Diabetes Risk

...omoted on the Internet for conditions ranging from cold sores and shingles to arthritis and multiple sclerosis . They are sold to prevent aging, enhance fertility, prevent cancer and get rid of toxic minerals such as mercury, lead and cadmium. Selenium supplements have shown some promise in preventing ...

Fossilized Midges can Predict Climate Change: Study

...tists found that the atmosphere cooled rapidly and cold periods lasted up to 50 years for one event and 150 years for the other. The detection of these events will allow experts to understand more clearly what can happen when the climate system is disturbed. Professor Jim Marshall, from the Universi...

Ice Bath by Sports Star Questioned

...d to to speed up recovery. They claim that the icy cold helps shift lactic acid. The theory is that the icy cold causes the blood vessels to tighten, and drains the blood along with waste products such as lactic a...

Modified Herpes Virus Keeps Arteries Free-flowing Following Procedures

... herpes simplex virus, primarily known for causing cold sores, may help keep arteries free-flowing in the weeks following angioplasty or stent placement for patients, according to research published early in the online edition of PNAS (Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States ...

Food Poisoning at the Chicago Food Festival

...cautious about eating raw or cooked meat, poultry, cold cuts, fish and eggs....

Vitamin C may Not Help You from Getting a Cold

Popping a Vitamin C pill every time you feel a cold starting isnt such a good idea after all, for a new study has found that you will most probably end up getting the sniffles . The news comes from an updated review of 30 studies conducted over several decades and including more than 11,000 people w...

Is Love Blooming Between Orlando Bloom and Naomie Harris?

... fell for Bloom when he nursed her when she caught cold on the sets of Pirates Of The Caribbean. The act... "When I did the second 'Pirates' film I caught a cold on the plane on the way to start shooting. When I arrived on set everyone was there, Geoffrey Rush, ...

New Device Developed to Eliminate Superbugs Within Minutes

...n and exposes it to electric currents to produce a cold plasma rich in ozone. The hydroxyl radicals are generated by constantly reacting the ozone with pre-loaded supplies of scented chemicals, called terpenes, in cartridges that need renewing each month. The ozone and terpenes are retained within the...

Kelly Clarkson Reveals Bulimic Past

... felt so ashamed and embarrassed. I literally went cold turkey and snapped out of it," she added. Since then, Clarkson has always strived to maintain a healthy body and she said that it is 'good for people to see normal'. "I've got a butt, I'm Greek- I can't help that. And I think it's good for people ...

Diet Could Be Life or Death for Prostate Cancer Patients

...th. Dietary sources of omega-3 fatty acids include cold water fish such as salmon, halibut, tuna, sardines and mackerel, and fish oil such as cod liver oil. English walnuts and flaxseeds also contain omega-3s. "This study clearly shows that diet can tip the balance toward a good or bad outcome," said Yo...

Intake of Potatoes Boosts the Immune System

... good for the immune system, particularly if eaten cold or in a salad, the researchers write in Chemistry ...ot of foods that contain resistant starch, such as cold boiled potatoes, legumes, grains, green bananas, pasta and cereals. About 10 percent of the starch...

Norwegians Take in the Sun in Spain on Doctors' Orders

... rheumatism to fractured bones. "In Norway it is cold almost all year and it rains often. You can understand why they are better off here," the tanned head of the centre, Torild Thorvaldsen, told AFP under bright sunshine. The rehabilitation centre was set up and is run by three Norwegian towns -- Baer...

Sioux Herb Confirmed as Shield Against Colds

...ing echinacea supplements can reduce the risk of a cold by 58 percent and may also shorten the duration of a cold almost one and a half days, according to the paper, published on Sunday in the July issue of the jou...

Too Much of Acidic Foods can Cause Permanent Damage to Teeth

...dentin hypersensitivity. In other words, if hot or cold foods and beverages cause pain or sensitivity this is an indication of tooth erosion. Dentists may also recommend daily use of an OTC fluoridated anti-hypersensitivity toothpaste with a neutral pH to help re-harden softened tooth....

Car Sickness for the Little Ones can Be Prevented

...ical symptoms of carsickness are nausea, paleness, cold sweats and vomiting. Children due to immature nervous system and secondly due to the fact that their vision of the road in front is poor are especially susceptible. Usually the child will first complain that she feels queasy-- allowing some time to ...

UK Supermarket Chain Sainsbury's Rejects Charles' `rotten' Organic Carrots

...oyal crop was rotten because it had been kept in a cold storage centre since being harvested last year. When asked to define "quality issue", a spokesperson for the chain said:"It was rot." Mr. Holden, however, said the issue of bad quality could partly be attributed to transport-related problems. ...

Back to Basics in Health in Advanced Countries Now

...ged her to focus on the bottom line of profit with cold rationality. According to the Children's Defense Fund Minnesota, 79,000 children in the state had no health insurance in 2006. "I'd be ashamed and embarrassed to call myself a Minnesotan if I heard that statistic," Moore said in an interview. "Wh...

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