Health

Innovative project brings peace to those near death

Asking for and honouring last wishes helps to create meaning, memories and closure at death, and personalizes the dying process for patients and their families, says a new study led by a McMaster University professor.

Jul 14, 2015
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Obesity-related behaviors increase when school's out

Regardless of family income, children on summer break consume more sugar, watch more television, and eat fewer vegetables than the rest of the year, according to researchers at Columbia University's Mailman School of Public ...

Jul 14, 2015
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A look at D-ribose supplementation in vivo

Routledge is proud to offer a research study with the potential to broaden our understanding of the popular dietary supplement d-Ribose. It is an important supplement for humans and the equine because of its crucial role ...

Jul 14, 2015
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Battling 'the largest mass poisoning in history'

International health experts have called it the largest mass poisoning in history, and it is still underway. Some 100 million people in southeast Asia have been drinking from shallow wells originally drilled to provide germ-free ...

Jul 14, 2015
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A tax on sugar is the bitter pill that is needed

In a week when the British Medical Association has called for a sugar tax of 20 per cent to be introduced to help combat the nation's obesity epidemic, Dr Gail Rees, Associate Professor in Human Nutrition at Plymouth University ...

Jul 14, 2015
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