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by kenobewan
Tue Feb 24, 2015 11:55 am
Forum: Personal stories
Topic: Adios Amigos
Replies: 1
Views: 5448

Adios Amigos

Well it is goodbye from me for now. If I have helped 18 people with BT's among my 18k posts, then I'm happy :). It's time to focus on other things. I am also having media free days including technology devices. I have also made other lifestyles changes. I find myself continually evolving as a surviv...
by kenobewan
Mon Feb 23, 2015 11:33 am
Forum: Trial data, research, and reports
Topic: Stop Stress from Killing You, Part I: Identify the Stress..
Replies: 1132
Views: 301257

Re: Stop Stress from Killing You, Part I: Identify the Stres

New Cancer Technology Gives Investors a Shot in the Arm George Soros , Michael Milken and David Bonderman are among marquee investors benefiting from early bets on a red-hot sector: young companies developing drugs that fight cancer by using the body’s immune system. Interest in the nascent approac...
by kenobewan
Mon Feb 23, 2015 8:37 am
Forum: Trial data, research, and reports
Topic: Heal yourself with the joy of exercising in nature
Replies: 1139
Views: 287620

Re: Heal yourself with the joy of exercising in nature

How to make exercising fun I've always hated running and I find the gym boring and soulless. But there's no getting away from the fact that I need to move my body more. Could exercise actually be pleasant? Something to look forward to rather than dread and avoid? There are many advantages to choosi...
by kenobewan
Mon Feb 23, 2015 8:31 am
Forum: Trial data, research, and reports
Topic: Healthier lifestyles 'would cut cancer rates by a third'
Replies: 1276
Views: 310971

Re: Healthier lifestyles 'would cut cancer rates by a third'

Rich people in America sleep better than poor people, study finds Rich people get more sleep than people with lower incomes, a study revealed. Ethnic minority students, along with students from lower-income families or those living in urban areas get less sleep compared to wealthier white males, ac...
by kenobewan
Mon Feb 23, 2015 8:24 am
Forum: Trial data, research, and reports
Topic: Heal and Prevent Heart Disease with Nutrition, Part I
Replies: 1456
Views: 374395

Re: Heal and Prevent Heart Disease with Nutrition, Part I

Michelle Bridges shares healthy eating tips Until you're in the right head space, you're going nowhere in your quest to lead a healthier life, The Biggest Loser trainer Michelle Bridges says. What factors are taking away our ability to live a healthy life? Our reliance on fast food, our reliance on...
by kenobewan
Sun Feb 22, 2015 9:11 am
Forum: Trial data, research, and reports
Topic: Only one way to avoid a hangover -- don't drink
Replies: 1019
Views: 268348

Re: Only one way to avoid a hangover -- don't drink

Sydney nurse Mavis Lopez on trial for manslaughter after injecting patient Nymphea Anderson with oral medication A Sydney nurse has been accused of significantly contributing to the death of an elderly female patient by administering a mix of oral medication tablets via an intravenous drip. Prosecu...
by kenobewan
Sun Feb 22, 2015 9:07 am
Forum: Trial data, research, and reports
Topic: Resveratrol promotes health and longevity; study shows it..
Replies: 999
Views: 291081

Re: Resveratrol promotes health and longevity; study shows i

Flexercise: do real runners take walking breaks? I am the world's laziest runner. It's less run and more a mash up of walking, jogging, skipping and sprinting. It's hedonistic exercise, but I rarely miss a day and I always look forward to it because there's flexibility in it and I drive when I have...
by kenobewan
Sun Feb 22, 2015 9:01 am
Forum: Trial data, research, and reports
Topic: Effects of Omega-3 Fatty Acids on Cancer
Replies: 1065
Views: 292917

Re: Effects of Omega-3 Fatty Acids on Cancer

Importer of Chinese berries says no 'verified' link to Australian Hepatitis A outbreak Patties Foods has claimed its imported frozen berries have no "verified" link with the Hepatitis A outbreak in Australia. The company's 1kg packs of Nanna's frozen berries have been blamed for an outbreak of the ...
by kenobewan
Sun Feb 22, 2015 8:56 am
Forum: Trial data, research, and reports
Topic: Drug company scrutinised over textbook
Replies: 1038
Views: 282640

Re: Drug company scrutinised over textbook

Majority of women support idea of more frequent breast screening for individuals at higher risk of cancer Most women (85 per cent) would back the idea of more frequent breast screening if they are at higher genetic risk of developing breast cancer, according to research published today by The Breas...
by kenobewan
Sun Feb 22, 2015 8:54 am
Forum: Trial data, research, and reports
Topic: Doctors resist plan to give patients control of records
Replies: 1019
Views: 286184

Re: Doctors resist plan to give patients control of records

Growing numbers of obese pregnant women pose risks Victorian hospitals are having to manage more cases of severely obese women during pregnancy, prompting obstetricians to warn that excessive maternal weight poses greater risk to unborn babies than smoking. As the rate of obesity in the community c...
by kenobewan
Sun Feb 22, 2015 8:46 am
Forum: Trial data, research, and reports
Topic: Awake Sedation for Brain Surgery May Shorten Hospital Stay
Replies: 991
Views: 261839

Re: Awake Sedation for Brain Surgery May Shorten Hospital St

Flinders Medical Centre’s emergency department hits record patient intake on ­Monday FLINDERS Medical Centre’s emergency department hit a record patient intake on ­Monday as 259 people walked through the doors at a rate of one every 5½ minutes. Three ambulances were ramped for more than an hour and...
by kenobewan
Sat Feb 21, 2015 12:44 pm
Forum: Trial data, research, and reports
Topic: Vitamin D3: Best...Supplement...Ever!
Replies: 1528
Views: 411111

Re: Vitamin D3: Best...Supplement...Ever!

Discount jabs under fire A discount war for flu injections in pharmacies is cheapening a medical procedure into a product like shampoo, according to some doctors. The Australian Medical Association WA said flu shots marketed by chemists for as little as $9.99 were turning vaccination into something...
by kenobewan
Sat Feb 21, 2015 12:37 pm
Forum: Trial data, research, and reports
Topic: How to avoid processed food (Opinion)
Replies: 1126
Views: 281964

Re: How to avoid processed food (Opinion)

Eating Healthy Is A Mental Disorder, Scientists Say These days, it seems that everyone has that one friend who brings their own organic, gluten free, vegan health food alternatives to the family barbeque. However, psychiatrists have started diagnosing those who eat an abundance of health foods as m...
by kenobewan
Sat Feb 21, 2015 12:33 pm
Forum: Trial data, research, and reports
Topic: Stop Stress from Killing You, Part I: Identify the Stress..
Replies: 1132
Views: 301257

Re: Stop Stress from Killing You, Part I: Identify the Stres

Good night’s sleep keeps blood cells young and healthy Under normal conditions, many of the different types of tissue-specific adult stem cells, including hematopoietic stem cells, exist in a state or dormancy where they rarely divide and have very low energy demands. “Our theory was that this stat...
by kenobewan
Sat Feb 21, 2015 11:59 am
Forum: Trial data, research, and reports
Topic: Heal yourself with the joy of exercising in nature
Replies: 1139
Views: 287620

Re: Heal yourself with the joy of exercising in nature

Right moves prevent back pain Australian scientists have found the risk of hurting your back is higher before lunchtime. They also noted that becoming distracted when lifting or moving something increases the risk of putting your back out by 25 times. And doing a menial task while you're tired incr...