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Holiday Meals: With A Side of Visceral Hyperalgesia
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Holiday Meals: With A Side of Visceral Hyperalgesia

It’s that time of year again. The time when family and friends gather to celebrate the holidays with love, laughter, and good food. Imagine your sitting down to a wonderful holiday dinner with friends. You eat that delicious plate of hot turkey and mashed potatoes and enjoy amazing conversation on a crisp winter evening. When the meal is over, you go about your evening and life is good.

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The Microbiome in IBD: Illuminating the Way to New Treatments
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The Microbiome in IBD: Illuminating the Way to New Treatments

A diagnosis of Crohn's or ulcerative colitis means coming to terms with a disease that has no cure. When it comes to these inflammatory bowel diseases (IBDs), several effective treatment options exist...

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Six Impressive Uses for Pumpkin – None of Which are for Dessert
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Six Impressive Uses for Pumpkin – None of Which are for Dessert

Now that October is drawing to a close, the leaves have turned rich colours of red, orange, and gold, there’s a nip in the air, and the days are significantly shorter. But one of the most noticeable additions to the season is the abundance of pumpkins.

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The Healthy Gift Guide: Holiday Presents for Fitness Enthusiasts
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The Healthy Gift Guide: Holiday Presents for Fitness Enthusiasts

Not everyone treats gift-giving as an excuse for excess and overindulgence. If you prefer to give – or receive! – practical holiday gifts that help people improve their health or track their fitness, here’s several worth considering.

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Why Toast and Tea Won’t Cut it for Older Adults
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Why Toast and Tea Won’t Cut it for Older Adults

Is it any surprise that some older adults love their toast and tea? It's easy and inexpensive. It gets the job done. But when it comes to aging well, it turns out that falling back on this combo day after day could have some very serious drawbacks.

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Endangered Vision: 7 Ways to Protect Your Peepers
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Endangered Vision: 7 Ways to Protect Your Peepers

Eyesight impairment in the form of low vision and blindness affect approximately 285 million people worldwide. Of those, cataracts remain the leading cause of blindness for middle-to-low income countries. In the United States alone, 24.4 million cases of cataracts have been diagnosed — a 20% increase in the ten years from 2000 to 2010.

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What’s the Best & Worst Salad Topping for Your Heart?
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What’s the Best & Worst Salad Topping for Your Heart?

Did you know the World Heart Federation commemorates September 29th World Heart Day? It’s the world’s biggest platform in the world meant to bring awareness and action about the devastating effects of cardiovascular disease (CVD). While we may have celebrated this day of awareness last week, digging into the topic never gets old.

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Can Gut Bacteria Whip Your Circadian Rhythms and Your Weight Into Shape?
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Can Gut Bacteria Whip Your Circadian Rhythms and Your Weight Into Shape?

It's late, and you're struggling to keep your eyes open. But don't feel bad if you can't resist: you're fighting against not only the weight of your eyelids, but also against the instructions of your genes.

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A Roundup of Recent Breast Cancer Research
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A Roundup of Recent Breast Cancer Research

A few recent brushes with breast cancer (on the part of family and friends) made me appreciate just how much medicine has accomplished in its prevention and treatment. But oh, we have so much farther to go.

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Eat Healthy When You’re Traveling? Sure, there’s an app for that!
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Eat Healthy When You’re Traveling? Sure, there’s an app for that!

It’s one thing to stick to your chosen diet plan when you’re at home. When you cook for yourself, you can control the food you buy, choose cookbooks that encourage you to stick to your conception of healthy food, and buy kitchen gadgets to help you eat better.

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How To Recreate Spa Sleep Treatments at Home
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How To Recreate Spa Sleep Treatments at Home

A recent study showed that 79% of women would rather get a good night's sleep than have sex, according to the Better Sleep Council. There's a good reason for that. A good night's sleep is the key to good physical, emotional, mental, and even spiritual health. It affects our performance at work, our interactions with people, our mood, and our ability to enjoy our lives.

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4 Reasons To Try Prostate Massage (& How To Do It)
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4 Reasons To Try Prostate Massage (& How To Do It)

Let's face it, when it comes to anal, most men - especially straight men - like to give, not receive. But, prostate massage, or prostate milking, in which the prostate is stimulated for sexual pleasure - either manually with fingers or through prostate massage tools - is not only a great way for a guy to achieve a different type of orgasm, but it's great for a man's sexual health as well.

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4 Ways To Try Tantric Sex Tonight
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4 Ways To Try Tantric Sex Tonight

When most people hear the words Tantric sex, they think it means having sex for hours on end. If you're a busy mom with kids, your response is likely, "Who has time for that?!" And, if you're the Average Joe, you're thinking, "I can't last for seven hours!"

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What Is The Autism-gut Connection?
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What Is The Autism-gut Connection?

John Rodakis, the parent of a child with autism, says he observed something remarkable in 2012. After his son began a course of a common antibiotic (amoxicillin) for a strep infection, some of the autistic behaviors suddenly began to improve. Rodakis says after four days on the antibiotics, his son began making eye contact, speaking more clearly, and showing more energy; he even rode a tricycle around the room for the very first time.

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The History of Chocolate as A Health Food
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The History of Chocolate as A Health Food

Chocolate is delicious: I’ll get no argument there. But though we all love the stuff, its reputation hasn’t always intersected with, “It’s good for you." The changing trends of “chocolate as good for you" are an apt example of how often our perceptions of “healthy food" change.

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Junk Food on the Weekend: Is It Really A Problem?
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Junk Food on the Weekend: Is It Really A Problem?

Many of us know someone who likes to think of herself as a healthy eater—someone who professes junk food is the exception, not the rule.

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Can Stem Cells Cure Erectile Dysfunction?
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Can Stem Cells Cure Erectile Dysfunction?

Move over Viagra, there's a new erectile dysfunction solution in town. Some prominent urologists are calling the new procedure - which uses stem cells and growth factors to treat ED - "revolutionary" and a "real game changer"...

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Decadent Low-FODMAP Valentine
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Decadent Low-FODMAP Valentine's Day Chocolate Torte

If your sweetheart is one of the 10-15% of people who live with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), finding a digestion-friendly Valentine's Day treat could prove complicated.

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Ingredients for A Life of Longevity
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Ingredients for A Life of Longevity

Since the beginning of time, humans have obsessed over how they can reverse or slow down the effects of aging. And while the quest to discover the fountain of youth seems perpetual, people have begun to give into the inevitable and accepted that they will eventually lose their youthfulness.

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Fiber
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Fiber's Trusty Sidekicks

Fiber's benefits for the human body have long been a conundrum in the world of nutrition science. It's clear enough that fiber boosts health: people with a diet high in fiber tend to weigh less, have better blood sugar balance...

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Can Turning Down the Thermostat Make You Healthier?
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Can Turning Down the Thermostat Make You Healthier?

Somewhere in a lab in the Netherlands, scientists are trying out a new therapy for type 2 diabetes. They ask individuals to come dressed appropriately – that is, in shorts and T-shirts. They usher them into a room, give them a place to sit, and ask them to amuse themselves for a few hours by reading or checking their email.

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Easy Gingerbread Cake: Christmas Dessert Solved
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Easy Gingerbread Cake: Christmas Dessert Solved

Few things evoke the holiday season so vividly as the smell and flavor of gingerbread – the tried and true trinity of cinnamon, ginger, and cloves, with undertones of molasses.

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The Science of Using Bacteria to Hack Your Emotions
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The Science of Using Bacteria to Hack Your Emotions

Anxiety accompanies a tense conversation, anger accompanies a social snub. You pin your emotional reactions to things that happen in the outside world. But even as you walk away with teeth clenched, is there ever a tiny part of you that wishes you could have been more chilled out about the situation?

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Finding Happiness This Winter, One Red Cup at A Time
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Finding Happiness This Winter, One Red Cup at A Time

As the colder days set in and darker skies are more frequent than blue, it is not uncommon to feel like you lost the pep in your step, or you lost your motivation and drive. It is true that colder temperatures and a lack of sunshine can bring on the winter blues, but instead of letting the cold weather get the best of you, embrace it and find happiness in other ways.

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The Evolved Lunch: Cauliflower
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The Evolved Lunch: Cauliflower 'Rice' with Ham

The classic lunchtime ham sandwich is going through an existential crisis after a new release from the International Agency for Research on Cancer (an arm of the World Health Organization) declared that, based on the scientific literature to date...

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Three-day Salsa: A Condiment to Complement Your Digestion
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Three-day Salsa: A Condiment to Complement Your Digestion

Cultured condiments – those that contain friendly, live bacteria – are common all around the world.

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Sierra Leone Ebola Zero Countdown Is On, but the Lessons Are Bitter
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Sierra Leone Ebola Zero Countdown Is On, but the Lessons Are Bitter

Freetown: October 13, 2015

The second Ebola countdown in Sierra Leone has reached its second week successfully with no new case reported.

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Evolution, Well Maybe
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Evolution, Well Maybe

Many millions of people in the world own a smartphone and are always looking down at their phones to check their apps, emails, social media, etc. But with this growing fever of people looking down and bending their necks, it seems obvious people will be developing back and neck problems in the future.

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Sneezing and Itching and Wheezing….Oh, My!
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Sneezing and Itching and Wheezing….Oh, My!

A little bit about allergies and three interesting allergy theories that just might give you some relief (or at least some non-itchy food for thought.)

These days, it seems as if people, particularly children, are becoming much more allergic to food and such than they were in the past. Is this the case, or are we simply becoming more aware that allergies, including food sensitivities, won’t just go away if we ignore them?

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Caring for Your Arthritis
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Caring for Your Arthritis

Got arthritis? You need to receive the rheumatoid arthritis treatment earlier rather than later may be your key to remission.

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Need an Amazing Getaway? Try the Oregon Coast (because it is awesome).
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Need an Amazing Getaway? Try the Oregon Coast (because it is awesome).

Ah, summer. It’s a time for adventure, relaxation, time with family, or time alone. Whatever your summer vacation fantasy may be, you just might want to consider the Oregon Coast.

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The Essence of Good Health
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The Essence of Good Health

Patient goes to a doctor because of chronic pain, migraine headaches, and loss of sleep. The patient explains to the doctor his daily routine. Every morning the patient wakes up 5:00am and walks his dog. He then makes the usual breakfast, bacon and eggs for him and his wife.

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