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Halloween – Kids Can Still Have Fun Without Going On A Sugar Binge

Halloween

Offering apples on Halloween may spur more trickers than treaters as well as antagonize your children. However, dietitians and dentists believe that Halloween can be marginally healthy for children without drastic measure like abolishing candy completely. Dr. Rhea Haugseth, American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry says. “This is such a big adventure for them — let […]

October 31st, 2011 | Posted in Entertainment,General | Read More »

Recent Study Finds HPV And Heart Disease Link

Heart Disease

  The cancer-causing components of Human Papillomavirus (HPV), can increase the chances of women getting heart disease, even without signs of the normally recognized cardiovascular risk elements, study finds. HPV, one of the most frequent sexually transmitted pathogens within the United States, is already associated with the cause of cervical cancer and additional malignancies. There […]

October 31st, 2011 | Posted in Well-Being | Read More »

Weight Loss Diet – Creates The Up And Down Cycle

Weight Loss Diet Creates The Up And Down Cycle

  A Study completed by the University of Melbourne’s Department of Medicine finds that numerous hormones work together when we are weight loss diets to make us feel hungrier for up to a year, so we consume more food and preserve energy. Test subjects who lost weight on low-calorie diets had higher hormone levels and […]

October 31st, 2011 | Posted in General,Well-Being | Read More »

Is Pet Insurance Worth The Trouble?

Pet Insurance

People do not ask this question about their kid, or wife. When your child is ill, the cost of treatment is not important. Only recovery is. So paying for insurance for your child can be a joy. For a pet, however, you may wonder just whether paying for insurance is necessary at all. Take the […]

October 31st, 2011 | Posted in General | Read More »

Obama’s Refinance Program Bails Out Homeowners

Refinance Program Bails out Homeowners

  Homeowners looking for a lifeline found a glimmer of hope this week as President Barack Obama announced a new home refinance program for those with current home values that are less than their mortgages. The President said that this program will allow more homeowners to refinance their homes at lower interest rates and that […]

October 31st, 2011 | Posted in Finance,General | Read More »

HPV Vaccine Recipients Heavily Influenced By Pediatricians

HPV Vaccine Recipients Heavily Influenced By Pediatricians

  The key factor for parents in deciding whether or not their adolescents will receive the series of human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine is determined by their pediatrician. A study found that a recommendation from a pediatrician is the catalyst for teenagers to get the vaccination. Although the HPV vaccine is promised to essentially defeat cancer […]

October 31st, 2011 | Posted in General,Well-Being | Read More »

Nintendo Is Predicting First Loss in 30 Years

Nintendo

Nintendo, the world-renowned video-game manufacturer, is predicting an annual loss following the post-war high of the yen, and the newly released 3DS console’s lower than anticipated sales.  Nintendo receives around 80% of its profits from Europe and the Americas. They are predicting lower profits as the yen advanced against the U.S. dollar and hurdled to […]

October 30th, 2011 | Posted in Wired | Read More »

Buying A House? Study Found That One-Quarter Of UK Homeowners Have Buyers Remorse

Buying A House? Study Found That One-Quarter Of UK Homeowners Have Buyers Remorse

  PropertyCheck, a house valuation website performed a study and found that ¼ of homeowners regret buying a house, or they do not like the property they purchased and wished they had spent more time doing research. They found that people looking for a house to buy spend less than 30 minutes looking at the […]

October 30th, 2011 | Posted in Finance,Lifestyle | Read More »

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Treated by Cancer Drug

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

  Norwegian researchers are treating chronic fatigue syndrome in patients with an immune system drug that also treats cancer. Rituximab, also called Rituxan, depletes B-immune cells. The FDA has approved it to treat two types of vasulitis and two types of cancers – chronic lymphocytic leukemia and non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma – and rheumatoid arthritis. Thirty people […]

October 30th, 2011 | Posted in Well-Being | Read More »

Heart Disease Linked to HPV, Study Shows

Heart Disease linked to HPV

  A new study has suggested a link between human papillomavirus (HPV) and the increased risk of heart disease. HPV is pathogen that is sexually-transmitted and known for causing cancers in the cervix and other related issues in the United States. There are HPV vaccines available. In this study, data from about 2500 women ages […]

October 30th, 2011 | Posted in General,Well-Being | Read More »

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