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Alli Weight Loss Drug Recalled Over Tampering
March 31, 2014 — GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) Consumer Healthcare has voluntarily recalled all of its nonprescription weight loss drug alli from retailers in the United States and Puerto Rico, the company announced on March 27. GSK says customers have …
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Lisa Marie Presley spotlights amazing weight loss: Her low-carb diet & workout
Lisa Marie Presley credits a low-carb, organic diet and daily 30-minute walks for her stunning weight loss. Presley, 46, has dropped to her high-school weight, and has never felt better. "I'm at the weight I was at when I was a teenager," the mother of …
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LI weight loss surgeon charged with Medicare fraud
LI weight loss surgeon charged with Medicare fraud. By: Claude Solnik March 26, 2014 0. Federal prosecutors have arrested and charged a surgeon from Long Island who practices in Brooklyn and Rockville Centre with bilking the government out of millions …
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Gluten-free diet not for weight loss
We also see individuals now that are truly gluten-sensitive and actually can't have gluten in their diet but because it's such a trend we are also seeing individuals turn to gluten-free diets for weight loss," said Kirkpatrick. Gluten is a protein …
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Mobile App Helps Cancer Survivors Lose Weight
Overweight endometrial and breast cancer survivors–at higher risk for premature death–had moderate success in lowering body mass index (BMI) and waist circumference using the web and smartphone/tablet-based weight loss application, “Lose It!” A study …
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Michael Phelps to race again after 15-lb weight loss: Blazing Olympic comeback
Phelps, 28, began training with Bowman several months ago, combining swimming workouts with weight-lifting and core-training. The 6-foot-4 Phelps lost 15 pounds and now weighs in the low 190s, very close to his competition weight of 195 pounds. He has …
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Latest Healthy Diet Plans News

Secret Diet Destroyers: The 11 Reasons You're Not Losing Weight
Think you're a master dieter? These common weight-loss mistakes can ruin even the most disciplined action plan (and you might not even be aware you're making them). If you're eating healthy and working out and wondering why you're still not at your …
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Honeymoon Night With Justin? Jennifer Aniston 'Plans Pre-Wedding Crash Diet'
Jennifer Aniston wants to make sure Justin Theroux is in for a real treat on their wedding night, as she is allegedly planning a crash diet to get her body in tip top shape ahead of their nuptials later this year. The 'We're The Millers' actress is …
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SCOTT COOK: Choose diet wisely
The rationale was that such an eating plan would force your body to burn fat, rather than glucose, for energy. Many of my patients have lost vast amounts of weight in a short period of time, but the majority regained this weight once going off the diet.
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Study shows obesity rate dropping in children
The study, published in the Journal of American Medical Association by researchers of the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention, shows that obesity prevalence for 2- to 5-year-olds went from 14 percent in 2003-04 to just over 8 percent in 2011-12 …
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The fine art of aging: Two seniors will inspire you with their wit and wisdom
“There are many modifying factors that contribute to long life, including diet, exercise, education level and financial status,” said Dr. Sanjiv Sharma, a board-certified geriatrician at Community Medical Center in Toms River. “But the one common …
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Michelle Obama's Food Police Take on Global Warming
At a closed-door meeting Friday, administration officials and their advisers will plot to insert the global warming agenda into dietary guidelines mandated by Congress. The Agriculture and Health and Human Services … Kate Clancy, a visiting scholar …
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Latest Nutrition And Healthy Eating News

Understanding Nutrition Facts labels can help you make healthier choices
The Nutrition Facts label is the information found on most packaged foods, which can simplify the whole concept of healthy eating. It tracks fat, sugar, sodium, fibre, etc to help us make an informed decision while purchasing any product. Each country …
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Whole Foods looks to New Orleans ReFresh Project to launch national healthy
Whole Foods Market is launching a foundation for promoting nutrition and health education, an effort that will start by studying the New Orleans ReFresh Project opening on Broad Street for a national model, officials said this week. Whole Cities …
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Snacking Mistakes that Can Wreck Your Diet
I am a bona fide snack lover. I always have snacks in my desk drawer at work, a piece of fruit in my purse and a bag of almonds in my car. Smart snacking-choosing healthy foods in portions of 200 calories or less if you're trying to lose or maintain …
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Sharon Kleyne Hour: Seven Years of Making News and Influencing Water Policy

Grants Pass, OR (PRWEB) February 05, 2014

When a high-ranking water policy official, discussing the record breaking California drought, hung up on radio host Sharon Kleyne during an on-air interview, Kleyne knew that people were finally taking her show and message seriously. Kleynes show, Sharon Kleyne Hour Power of Water

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Peru's Amazon Jungle: Rich, Lush and Worth Saving
We begin the hike back to the lodge from the Manu Wildlife Center, and Padilla's flashlight illuminates a tailless whip scorpion, a blunt-headed snake and a gladiator tree frog. “Don't touch it,” Padilla warns us, pointing at the frog. “The sweat is …
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Studies have linked gum disease to cardiovascular disease
Eat a healthy diet. Apple slices, nuts and string cheese are preferable to crackers, said Sledge, because they're healthy and don't stick to the teeth. • Drink plenty of water. This washes away food and hydrates the mouth. This is especially important …
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HourglassAngel.com Presents Weightloss and Workout Shapewear
In addition to implementing a balanced diet and exercise routine, shapewear retailerHourglassAngel.com has the tools to make this year your healthiest and happiest yet. You go to the gym to feel great and look your best, so why not exercise in clothes …
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Obesity Is a Disease? Then I Give Up. Pass the Pie
Each began by reading either the New York Times story discussing the AMA's decision to classify obesity as a disease, or an “information-based control article,” in which “the author highlights standard tips and tools for managing weight.” After …
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The Fat Loss Factor Review Reveals Unusual Tips to Quickly Get a Flatter Belly
Denver, CO — (SBWIRE) — 01/28/2014 — The Fat Loss Factor is a program developed by Dr. Charles Livingston that will help dieters worldwide lose 1 to 2 inches of belly fat in less than a week. The Fat Loss Factor weight loss program is not some magic …
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Kolasa: Group recognizes DSM
And thanks to Vidant Health, FirstCarolinaCare and MEDCOST for sponsoring the Healthy Eastern NC Prevention Academy last week giving more worksites the tools to become healthy environments and earn the “gold medal” of wellness. … I tried another …
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Latest Healthy Eating News

What You REALLY Think About Healthy Food
While there are some general rules of thumb when it comes to healthy eating — fruits, vegetables, lean meats, whole grains — there's still some wiggle room for personal interpretation of what makes up a nutritious diet. For some, a Paleo plan might work.
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Pinpointing the higher cost of a healthy diet
Over the course of a year, a diet rich in fruits, vegetables, fish, and nuts would increase food costs for one person by about $ 550 per year, according to new research from Harvard School of Public Health. "This would represent a real burden for some …
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7 Holiday Foods You Definitely Need To Avoid
Many midlifers neglect to eat well simply because they are always on the go, according to Bonnie Taub-Dix. While it is easy to grab a breakfast sandwich or muffin when in a rush, these items are high in fat and calories. A quick, easy and healthy …
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Eat More Of These Four Things For A Stronger, Healthier Brain
Remember these four letters: DDFM. If it's easier, think of them as call letters for a cheesy radio station, “Double D FM!” The letters stand for four nutrients critical to brain health that you probably aren't getting enough of: Vitamin D, DHA, Folate …
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The 15-Second Frailty Screen
In this video, we spoke with Morley about implementation of a new tool that adds to the science of preventive care in gerontology. Here, he discusses a new … Loss of weight: Have you lost more than 5% of your weight in the past 6 months? Morley …
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CVD Risks With Obesity Drug Meet FDA Criteria
"Obesity medications provide an additional tool for obesity clinicians and produce the most weight loss when combined with diet and exercise," Smith said, cautioning, however, that the drugs are "not for everyone, and they are not for short-term weight …
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Breast Screening to Take Center Stage at RSNA
Researchers from Harvard found that embolization of the left gastric artery was associated with significant weight loss compared with that seen in patients who had a sham procedure. Those who had the procedure lost about 8% of body weight over 3 months …
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