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Eat Like a Greek for Good Health

It looks like the Mediterranean diet is a simple recipe for good health. ....Harvard researchers who monitored the diets of 22,000 Greeks found that those consuming the classic diet -- rich in olive oil, unrefined grains, fruits and vegetables and accompanied by a moderate amount of wine -- lived longer than those who did not."The closer you are to adhering to this diet, the more likely you are t...

Greek Study Shows Living In The Hills May Be Healthier

Recently a study done in Greece to show the relationship of the place of residence to the health of people showed up some interesting results.// The study took into consideration of health of the people living in the plains and those living in the hills, data taken initially in 1996 and reviewed after 15 years, especially concerned with coronary disease. ....The study took into account the popul...

Greeks Cautioned About ‘olive’ Remedy for Cancr

Greek government has warned its citizens against using olive pulp as treatment for cancer. This announcement came closely on the heels of a television show which proclaimed// olive leaf potion to be an effective remedy for all types of cancer. ..According to this show, water mixed with the green liquid from olive leaves, when strained could be an effective treatment for cancer of any degree. Thi...

Introducing Thalasso, the Greeks Way to a Healthy Life

Every year countless vacationers take a beach holiday to relax, feel the surf on their feet, the warmth of the sun on their skin and the wind in their hair. ......The sea's effect on health is also the focus of Thalasso, a Greek word that means therapy through the sea. Thalasso has made some things applied in ancient Greece by Hippocrates beloved today. ......"Thalasso uses the power of the se...

Greek Heatwave Kills Two

A heatwave in Greece has killed two pensioners and pushed demand for eletricitity to new all-time highs, officials and news reports said on Monday. ......With air-conditioning and fans at full swing electricity consumption reached a peak of 10,603 Megawatts, far ahead of the previous record of 9,955 MWe recorded last August, leading to calls for restraint from the authorities. ......"I call on...

Evolution of HIV from African Greek Monkeys

According to new research from The University of Arizona in Tucson,monkey viruses related to HIV may have swept across Africa more recently than previously thought . ...A new family tree for African green monkeys shows that an HIV-like virus, simian immunodeficiency virus, or SIV, first infected those monkeys after the lineage split into four species. The new research reveals the split happened...
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