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Podcast Episode 25: Jim Stoppani on Daily Full-Body Training, Fasting, And More

Subscribe To Podcast | More Episodes Listen To Podcast Episode #25 Episode 25: Jim Stoppani on Daily Full-Body Training, Fasting, And More. Dr. Jim Stoppani brings plenty of energy—and plenty of gummy bears—to the recording studio. He’s been espousing the ...

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Comparing food allergies: Animals and humans may have more in common than you think

[unable to retrieve full-text content] Not only people, but mammals like cats, dogs and horses suffer from symptoms and problems of food intolerance and allergies. Scientists have now condensed the knowledge about human and animal food allergies and intolerance into ...

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Disrupted gut microbiome makes children more susceptible to amoebic dysentery

Children with lower diversity of microbial species in their intestines are more susceptible to severe infection with the Entamoeba histolytica parasite, according to a new study published in PLOS Pathogens. E. histolytica is an amoeba that typically spreads via food, ...

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4 Reasons to Buy More of Your Fruits and Veggies Frozen

When it comes to buying fruits and veggies, fresh is always best, right? Well, not necessarily. While I’m a big fan of fresh produce, I’m also serious about helping people fit in at least five servings of fruits and veggies per day, every day. And ...

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Coordinated care organizations lead to more timely prenatal care

[unable to retrieve full-text content] Pregnant women on Medicaid are more likely to receive timely prenatal care following Oregon’s implementation of coordinated care organizations, or CCOs, which are regional networks of health care providers who work together to treat patients, ...

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Get Trim When You Swim: 5 Secrets to Burning More Calories in the Pool

Lap swimming already burns a respectable 476 calories per hour. But why settle for just that? Take your water workout from OK to ultimate with these five simple tips from Mark Schubert, head of the U.S. National Team and seven-time ...

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People Whose Ancestors Came From This Region May Be More Likely to Have Celiac Disease

TUESDAY, May 31, 2016 (HealthDay News) — New research has revealed some surprising findings about who develops celiac disease in the United States. The study found that it’s most common among people whose ancestors came from India’s Punjab region. Previously, experts ...

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Babies born big more likely to become obese as children, study finds

[unable to retrieve full-text content] Infants born with a high birthweight are more likely to become obese as children, a new study suggests. By identifying at-risk infants early, doctors could work with parents to prevent weight gain and the health ...

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Why Aren’t Doctors Giving More Young Women HPV Tests?

High-risk HPV has been in the news lately, and we all want to protect ourselves. You probably assume that your doctor wants to protect you—and therefore that your ob-gyn is testing for HPV as part of your Pap test when ...

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The 5-System: Run The Rack For More Muscle

Shocking a body part by “running the rack” is a great way to spur new muscle growth, and it’s been around for decades. But there’s more than one way to run a rack! I’ve got a new twist on this ...

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