Archive for February, 2012

Stopping ‘The Shakes’ With Sound

Millions of Americans suffer from tremors.

Patients with constant shaking can have trouble with some of lifes everyday activities. Things like eating and drinking or holding a pen to write, are almost impossible. Now, a breakthrough procedure that could help some patients get a steady hand.

“My hand shook constantly, it would never stop,” said Billy Williams, a tremor patient. Read full post…


Fish Oil Supplements May Boost Prostate Health

Why take nutritional supplements? Besides getting a daily dose of vitamins and minerals, men who consume nutritional supplements containing omega-3 fatty acids may be contributing to better prostate health.

Anyway, that was the conclusion of a recent study conducted at the University of California, Los Angeles. Scientists found that when fish oil supplements are combined with a low-fat diet, the result appears to be improvements in prostate cellular health.

Prostate problems are widespread among American men, so its little wonder that so much attention is being paid to the effects that multivitamins and herbal supplements may have on the well-being of this little gland.

In the study, researchers noted that men who ate low-fat fare, took fish oil and consumed far more omega-3s than omega-6s often saw improvements in their prostatic well-being.

“You truly are what you eat,” said lead author William Aronson.

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9 Things All New Moms Should Do For Themselves

Posted by danielle625 on March 1st, 2012 at 11:01 am

When we become mothers a little switch inside out head is turned on and we start to put the needs of everyone else before our own. Our children, family sometimes even strangers in our lives.

Its not necessarily a bad thing but we cant forget to take care of ourselves as well. If Mommy isnt happy nobody is! Right?

I started thinking about some of the stuff I do in my life to maintain some sort of sanity and stay a well rounded mommy.

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Germ warfare: The creation of a lethal virus sparks a debate pitting science against security

When two groups of scientists on either side of the Atlantic engineered a highly contagious strain of avian flu, their findings were variously hailed as brilliant, groundbreaking – and reckless.

Late last year, researchers in the United States and the Netherlands announced they’d manipulated the H5N1 virus so it could be spread between mammals and through the air. It’s a global first for a virulent virus. And if the dangerous, transmissible mutation were unleashed – by accident or through malice – it could have pandemic consequences.

At a special meeting in Geneva last week, the World Health Organization recommended that the sensitive research be published, igniting a tussle within the ranks of global leaders on science, health and security: At what point does potentially life-saving data become reckless bait for would-be bioterrorists?

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RACHEL CROW SIGNS TO SONY

Vocal sensation Rachel Crow has just signed with Sony Records after being a contestant on the hit talent competition show X Factor.

Many of the top performers on the show, including Rachel Crow, Astro, and Marcus Canty, have been signed to Sony.

So whats next for the 14 year-old? Rachel has recently been in talks with Disney for upcoming roles in future productions. She has also made several television appearances such as the Nickelodeon game show for kids Brain Surge, Inside Edition and the Wendy Williams Show.

Meanwhile, the teen star is scheduled to perform at the “Believe In Girls” (B.I.G.) Celebration at Liberty State Park in New Jersey on Saturday, June 23, 2012.


Market Watch: Winter Produce

Just because it’s winter doesn’t mean you can’t get your hands on local produce. Eating locally year round is easier if you live in California or Florida but here’s how I do it in Connecticut.

Produce from Storage Hearty items like apples, potatoes, winter squash and carrots are often available from farm storage deep into winter. Farmers use special methods and temperature-controlled storage cellars to keep foods fresh for months, when they would only last weeks (tops) in a home kitchen.


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