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Can Calcium Help Reduce Weight?

...can use calcium to help maintain weight while also reaping the benefits of bone strength and prevention of osteoporosis. low-fat dairy products such as skim milk and yogurt offer hydration and vitamin D as extra benefits. However researchers say they cant recommend a specific daily dose of calcium for weig...

GlaxoSmithKline's Zofran Helps In Treatment Of Dehydration In Children

...ance. However vomiting prevents most children from reaping any clinical benefit. Administration of intravenous fluids is one alternative to enable recovery of children. Another alternative to stop the vomiting is to administer ondansetron, manufactured by GlaxoSmithKline and marketed under the brand name, ...

Childhood Obesity Vs Malnutrition- A Spotlight On WHO Obesity Measurement For Kids

...ods. The food and beverage companies however are reaping the maximum benefit out of this present situation. Most of the world’s top rated food and beverage companies such as Mars, Nestle, Cadbury Schweppes Plc, Coca-Cola Co, Unilever, McDonalds, Burger King, Pizza Hut and KFC conveniently remain passive ab...

Horticultural Therapy Offers Measurable Physical, Mental Benefits

... in his or her vegetable garden for an hour may be reaping positive mental and emotional results// from that activity — but that’s not the same thing as horticultural therapy,” Airhart explained. “Horticultural therapy is a clinical process with measurable objectives and outcomes that are closely monitored...

Mail-Order Drugs: Deal or No Deal?

...der prescription drugs through the mail may not be reaping the financial rewards they think they are//. In recent years, mail-order pharmacies, owned by pharmacy-benefit managers (PBMs), have become popular among cost-conscious companies offering prescription benefits to their employees. Their belief – sup...

Asthmatic Children Still Not Breathing Easier, Study Says

...ed a closer look into why so many children weren't reaping the benefits of today's therapeutic advances." Current guidelines recommend that all children with persistent asthma – half of the 9.4 percent of children who have any form of asthma – are prescribed daily anti-inflammatory medication. In spite of ...

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