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Vitamin D also has many other functions in the body. It helps control the growth of your cells, improves your immunity, provides nerve and muscle strength, and reduces disease-causing inflammation in your body.

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Your orthopedic specialist, working closely with your family doctor, will determine which type of procedure you need. He may test your range of motion, the ligament quality, and assess your activity status.

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The cold and flu season was off to an early start this year and it has been a nasty one. Whether or not you’re one of the victims basically depends on two things: one, w

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Oral cells are particularly susceptible because they allow rapid absorption of substances across their surfaces. Alcohol, tobacco smoke and natural chemicals in food are all items we consume that are high in free radicals and can lead to oxidative stress.

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The Obama Administration cleared a total of 17 states, including California, to run health insurance exchanges that will allow

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RS Bailey – Autism is on the rise. The latest reports released through the Center for Disease Control (CDC) show that 1 in 88, eight year olds have been diagnosed with the communication disorder. This figure is up from 1 in 110, reported in 2009. It is a significant increase. 23% increase according to the CDC.

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Jared Skye – On December 20th of last year, the potential vaccine was approved by the FDA for Phase 1 human trials. This has cleared a path for involvement with American researchers on the project, and has also given the researchers a wider base of potential test subjects.

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Naima Abdi – On December 7, 2011, Secretary of Human Health Services, Kathleen Sebelius, denied non-prescription access of the drug to minors despite thorough studies on the pill’s safety and a recommendation from the FDA to make Plan B available over the counter to minors under 17.

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Kayongo’s non-profit, the Global Soap Project, recycles half-used soap from hotels and makes it into new soap that can be used in the developing world, where, he says, the high costs of soap prohibit healthy sanitation.

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R.S. Bailey – Each year a survey is taken in China to identify which strains of influenza virus are moving west. Pharmaceutical companies then prepare vaccines to combat the three most likely strains to reach us. They prepare and market these vaccines but are often wrong in their guesses.

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