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Skin Tag Removal Some people have their skin tags disappear if they take chromium picolinate 200 mcg twice a day (Natrol ChromeMate)
Avoiding Skin Cancer Tips For Living In the Desert Sun
How to make my stool firmer? B.r.a.t.t. diet = bananas rice applesauce tea& toast
How to Firm Up Loose Stools stay away from coffee, raw fruits and vegetables, whole grains, oleic fat, and greasy fried foods. Also don't drink milk, caffeine, alcohol or prune juice.
Which Foods Help Relieve Diarrhea?
How to live to be 90 - 16/05/00
Brain 'delay' leads to obesity - 29/06/00
'Active' dressings could speed healing - 01/07/00
Scientists discover why red wine is good for you - 03/07/00 Secret ingredient may help to lower levels of cancer and heart disease
'No extra cancer' for nuclear workers - 05/07/00
Lab-grown corneas 'restore sight' - 10/07/00 Human eye tissue has been grown in a laboratory and then successfully transplanted onto blind patients
Space living 'would damage health' - 12/07/00 the skeletons within living cells may not form properly in zero gravity
New leg grows with the child - 13/07/00 Implant for bone cancer sufferers grows at same rate as patient
Why falling in love gives you butterflies - 13/07/00
Scientists salute 25-year-old discovery: monoclonal antibodies - 14/07/00
'Missing link' discovered in fight against cancer - 16/07/00
Dreams may help fix day's events in your memory - 19/07/00
Heart attack sufferers 'delay seeking help' - 26/07/00
People 'ignoring' heart attack symptoms - 26/07/00
Scientists develop 'natural' false eye - 27/07/00
Trial backs traditional test-tube techniques - 02/08/00
Scans uncover 'music of the mind' - 07/08/00
Gene therapy cancer treatment success - 01/08/00
Premature babies 'are less intelligent' - 08/08/00
Binge drinking 'can damage brain' - 14/08/00
Sleep linked to ageing - 15/08/00
Hand transplant 'a success' - 17/08/00
Scientists 'stop' cancer tumours - 23/08/00
Mechanical 'heart' placed in patient - 28/08/00
International: Education 'is key to surviving heart attacks' - 28/08/00
'Universal' cancer vaccine claimed - 30/08/00
'Vigorous exercise' fights heart disease - 31/08/00
'Anti-age' drug found - 01/09/00
An anti-ageing pill comes a step closer - 07/09/00
Jogging 'prolongs life' - 08/09/00
Pump hope for heart patients - 08/09/00
Internet can stifle the imagination - 12/09/00
Australian mammal is medical star - 11/09/00 Humans might be able to enter a state of "suspended animation" by studying the echidna
Joggers outlive the lazy by up to seven years, study finds - 18/09/00
People's hand-washing tales a whitewash, study says - 18/09/00 Some authorities also recommend that you use a paper towel to open the door with because door handles harbor germs
Blood pressure drug helps in heart repair - 20/09/00
Aspirin-type drug may halt cancer - 20/09/00
Brain scans suggest people feel emotions through effect on body - 20/09/00
Scientists announce discovery of new obesity gene - 20/09/00
'No limit' to human life span - 28/09/00
Fluoride in water 'benefits health' - 06/10/00
Study bolsters melatonin sleep claims - 12/10/00
Electric dreams reveal memory secrets - 13/10/00
Nuclear birth fears eased - 13/10/00
Nightshifts linked to heart disease - 17/10/00
Skin cancer treatment hope - 17/10/00
Early babies 'grow up with smaller brains' - 18/10/00
Padded cycle shorts protect sex life - 20/10/00
Head injury 'doubles risk' of getting Alzheimer's - 26/10/00
Breakthrough as scientists discover cure for arthritis - 29/10/00
'Key discovery' in nerve repair - 01/11/00
How bugs could fight bugs - 02/11/00
Cancer treatment breakthrough - 09/11/00
Low dose aspirin bleeding risk - 10/11/00
'Bionic' hand success hailed - 22/11/00
US doctors offer full body scan - 02/01/01

Skipped meals health risk - 03/01/01
Time to give your brain a workout - 13/02/01
Secrets of medical pioneers are unearthed - 18/02/01
If flying is in your blood - 27/03/01 the options to help prevent deep vein thrombosis in long-haul air travel
Walking 'is better than intense gym work-out' - 29/03/01
Lady Mary's daring cure (it only killed one in eight) - 05/04/01
Gene raises heart risk in blacks - 23/04/01
10-minute test for Alzheimer's - 24/04/01
New test can lead to early treatment of Alzheimer's - 25/04/01
Carpets are piled high with toxic pollutants - 15/05/01
Health programme tailored to genes - 19/05/01
How the brain 'sees' - 29/05/01
Virus injection blasts blood cancers - 08/06/01
Patient gets first mechanical heart - 04/07/01
Doctors stumble on infection clue to sciatica cure - 15/07/01
Jogging 'puts years on you' - 06/08/01
A sweaty man 'sends sex signal to women' - 31/08/01
Study links coffee to stiffening of arteries - 03/09/01
British scientists scoop Nobel prize - 08/10/01
Your cheating brain - 12/11/01 Brain scans can detect when someone is lying
The number of HIV infections diagnosed in 2001 was the highest ever, but genital chlamydia was the most common sexually transmitted disease -- the number of cases reported was also the highest on record. The amount of anti-depressants taken in 2001 was also a record.
Aspirin 'could prevent thousands of heart attacks' - 11/01/02
Feeling forgetful? Shakespeare had a herb for it - 14/03/02
New treatment helps Parkinson's sufferer to laugh - 19/04/02
Women's fertility 'declines before 30' - 30/04/02
Implant hope for bypass patients - 02/05/02
Boring, Passive Work May Hasten Death - 23/05/02
Early heart surgery saves lives - 27/05/02 Heart attack patients who get a swift follow-up operation halve their chances of dying in the next year
An extra apple a day 'can cut cancer risk by a fifth' - 28/05/02
Scan predicts path of depression - 10/06/02
Children with family pets 'take fewer days off school' - 14/06/02
Obsessive washing 'is bad for children' - 27/06/02
Vitamin pills a waste of time and money, says study - 05/07/02
Call for heart drug lifesaver - 05/07/02
Are you sure you are safe in the sun? - 02/07/02 Malignant melanomas kill more than 1,600 people a year - but a new infra-red scan could make cancers easier to detect
Why sleep holds key to women's long life - 16/07/02
Positive thinking 'extends life' - 29/07/02
Lover's touch is special - 29/07/02
Sugar can leave you sour-faced - 31/07/02
Hormone that kills appetite may lead to safer slimming - 08/08/02
Drivers warned of DVT risk - 08/08/02
Honey is the bee's knees for your heart - 20/08/02
Couch potato lifestyle is worse for your health than smoking - 03/09/02
Skin test for brain bleeding danger - 07/09/02
Frequent tipple cuts heart risk - 09/01/03
Health threat from computer use - 28/01/03
Green tea could cut arthritis risk - 15/02/03
Clinic examines 'crime diet' link - 23/02/03
God on the Brain - 20/03/03 religious visions may be caused by a strange brain disorder
Clot drug 'safer than warfarin' - 03/04/03 ximelagatran is a new anticoagulant that can be swallowed instead of injected and does not promote internal bleeding
Battle fatigue 'like being drunk' - 09/04/03
Fatty food linked to breast cancer - 18/07/03
Excitement over weight loss drug - 30/07/03
Gout 'early sign of heart disease' - 19/08/03
Clue to cab drivers' brainpower - 10/09/03 If you ever wondered why taxi drivers are right wing, it's because they have larger brains.
How The Lancet made medical history - 06/10/03
Gene that makes you eat too much - 03/11/03
Study reveals 'tiny' flying risk of DVT - 03/11/03
Cup of cocoa may keep doctor away - 08/11/03
Wheat grain 'controls diabetes' - 19/11/03
Pregnancy Guide
Brain reveals exercise addiction - 01/12/03
A glass of red wine in a pill - 15/01/04
Scientists 're-grow optic nerves' - 29/02/04
Strict diets 'cut heart disease' - 19/04/04
Surgery 'makes you sound young' - 20/04/04
Gel 'will end the misery of acne' - 21/04/04
Q&A: Obesity - 26/05/04
Scientists 'find key to hearing' - 13/10/04
Hopes of malaria vaccine by 2010 - 15/10/04
Computer use link to eye disease - 16/11/04
Pregnant women who take slimming pills 'are more likely to have gay children' - 05/12/04
Folic acid 'cuts blood pressure' - 19/01/05
Alzheimer brain damage 'reversed' - 22/01/05
Malaria row inspired homeopathy - 10/04/05 250th anniversary of the birth of Samuel Hahnemann - the founder of homeopathy
'All over-50s should take daily aspirin' - 13/04/05
Aspirin-a-day call for over 50s - 13/04/05
'Alcohol makes your brain grow' - 29/04/05
'Memory pill' for the forgetful - 12/05/05
Thousands lose sight 'needlessly' - 23/05/05
Debate over safety of midday sun - 27/05/05
Keeping fit may only take minutes - 06/06/05
Female orgasm is 'down to genes' - 07/06/05
Food allergy 'link' to bowel pain - 14/07/05
Testicular cancer fertility boost - 19/07/05
Testicular cancer drug effective - 21/07/05
Blink and you really do 'miss it' - 25/07/05
Beta-blockers 'blot out memories' - 28/07/05
Clue to stopping prostate cancer - 05/08/05
Scientists make nerve stem cells - 16/08/05
Student infects real worm with real virus - 18/08/05
Homeopathy's benefit questioned - 26/08/05
Row erupts over dyslexia 'denial' - 02/09/05
The 100+ club - 02/09/05
Coil can cut aneurysm death risk - 02/09/05
Keeping ageing brains on top form - 07/09/05
Warning for 'square-eyed' workers - 12/09/05
Test spots severe prostate cancer - 17/10/05
Millions 'cannot pee in public' - 26/11/05
Mini-strokes warn of later problems - 18/12/05
Double X-rays give 'speedy scan' - 20/12/05
Clue to how malaria infects cells - 24/12/05
Countryside boosts mental health - 04/01/06
Light cafe to beat winter blues - 09/01/06
The unknown world of the stomach - 09/01/06
Can we hear the sound of silence? - 09/01/06
Jogging your way to saggy breasts - 13/01/06
Jogging your way to saggy breasts - 14/01/06
Woman's scent can lure or repel - 15/01/06
Mobiles 'don't raise cancer risk' - 20/01/06
Dextrous mini-robots to aid ops - 26/01/06
Fruit and veg 'cut stroke risk' - 27/01/06
Ricin vaccine 'shown to be safe' - 31/01/06
Drugs 'can reverse heart disease' - 14/03/06
Pepper 'kills prostate cancer' - 15/03/06
Stone age man used dentist drill - 06/04/06
Lost molecule key to lung cancer - 15/04/06
Folic acid boosts IVF twin births - 05/05/06
Drinking coffee 'is good for the heart' - 12/05/06
Everyman Male Cancer Awareness Month more than 99 per cent of testicular cancer cases can be cured if caught early enough
Cancer cell 'executioner' found - 27/08/06
Gene therapy frees men of cancer - 01/09/06
Q&A: Skin cancer gene therapy - 01/09/06
Walking 'not enough to get fit' - 24/09/06
Overeating 'like drug addiction' - 03/10/06
Walnuts 'combat unhealthy fats' - 10/10/06
Bionic man - 16/11/06 The Proprio Foot uses sensors and a built-in microprocessor to mimic some of the actions of a human foot
Testicle checks 'now more common' - 26/11/06
Chemical may stop alcohol craving - 25/12/06
How spicy foods can kill cancers - 09/01/07
Thousands ignore glaucoma advice - 16/01/07
Lethal secrets of 1918 flu virus - 18/01/07
Eating less could help you live to 100 - 06/03/07
Blood sugar 'boosts cancer risk' - 21/03/07
Spinal disc transplant 'success' - 23/03/07
Bright idea creates '25-hour day' - 16/05/07
Exercise 'reverses' muscle ageing - 22/05/07
Experts warn over cat 'allergies' - 02/07/07
Broccoli 'stops' prostate cancer - 02/08/07
Obesity 'affects prostate risk' - 19/08/07
Quick action slashes stroke risk - 09/10/07
'Bone cement' for spinal injuries - 29/10/07
Be thin to cut cancer, study says - 31/10/07
Vitamin D 'may help slow ageing' - 08/11/07
Clot patients 'die unnecessarily' - 19/11/07
A New Way to Control Weight? - 28/11/07 Scientists Say Just Standing Up May Be as Important as Exercise
Drug target to stop cancer spread - 28/12/07
A Decline in Testosterone May Give Rise to Many Ills (Especially In Married Men) - 17/01/08
'Testosterone link' to depression - 04/03/08
Test to spot early glaucoma signs - 06/03/08
Mounting evidence shows red wine antioxidant kills cancer - 25/03/08
Vitamins 'may shorten your life' - 16/04/08
'Jury out' on prostate screening - 16/04/08
Keyboards 'dirtier than a toilet' - 01/05/08
Juice 'prevents clogged arteries' - 16/05/08
Study cracks amoeba attack tactic - 14/06/08
Watermelon 'has same effect as Viagra' - 09/07/08
Sleeping soundly 'boosts memory' - 14/07/08
The dangers of too much detox - 23/07/08
Alzheimer's drug 'halts' decline - 29/07/08
Running 'can slow ageing process' - 11/08/08
One injection 'vaccine' cure for arthritis within five years - 13/08/08
Machine 'sniffs out skin cancer' - 21/08/08
Universal flu vaccine tests start - 05/09/08
Vitamin 'can prevent memory loss' - 08/09/08
How gut bugs could trigger cancer - 21/09/08
Statins 'prevent artery ageing' - 28/09/08
Drug may reverse MS brain damage - 22/10/08
'Full' artificial heart implant - 28/10/08
Antioxidants 'cannot slow ageing' - 01/12/08
Magnetic nanotags allow sensitive detection of cancer biomarkers - 02/12/08
Age-related farsightedness may affect more than 1 billion worldwide - 08/12/08
Study sheds light on cause of bowel disease - 09/12/08
Cholinesterase inhibitors reduce aggression, wandering and paranoia in Alzheimer's disease - 09/12/08
New way of viewing cells could lead to easier routes for drug manufacture - 10/12/08 researchers at Michigan State University have used nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy using whole cells
Treatment 'could cut heart scars' - 15/12/08
New study shows that a cough medicine ingredient could effectively treat prostate cancer - 19/12/08
Thiamine 'reverses kidney damage' - 29/12/08
Scientists find cause of cartilage degeneration in osteoarthritis - 12/01/09
Researchers discover a protein that amplifies cell death - 15/01/09
Vitamin D 'is mental health aid' - 23/01/09
Peer reveals 'cello scrotum' hoax - 28/01/09
Cancer protection secret revealed - 01/02/09
The sunshine babies: Children grow taller if their pregnant mothers enjoyed a summer in the sun - 03/02/09
Alzheimer's plaques 'big impact' - 27/02/09
Vitamin C a 'gout preventer' - 10/03/09
Genetic changes outside nuclear DNA suspected to trigger more than half of all cancers - 24/03/09
Discovery of protein that reactivates herpes simplex virus helps solve medical mystery - 27/03/09
Statin cuts risk of blood clots - 30/03/09
Molecule prompts damaged heart cells to repair themselves after a heart attack - 10/04/09
'Chair disease' -- give it a rest - 10/04/09
Technique eradicates problems in most patients with Barrett's esophagus - 22/05/09
Middle age spread link to frailty - 24/05/09
Oily fish 'can halt eye disease' - 08/06/09 eat mackerel or salmon twice a week to prevent AMD
Laser 'cure' for blindness tested - 06/07/09
New drug-resistant TB strains could become widespread, says new study - 10/08/09
Bed sharing 'bad for your health' - 09/09/09
New links between epilepsy and brain lipids - 17/09/09
Experimental drug lets B cells live and lymphoma cells die - 21/09/09
Study reveals complexities of female arousal - 21/09/09
ME virus discovery raises hopes - 09/10/09
On the trail of a vaccine for Lyme disease: Researchers target tick saliva - 19/11/09
Want to live well? Harvard experts offer pragmatic pointers on getting healthy and staying there - 17/12/09
Baldness 'could be good for your health' say scientists - 16/03/10
Drug will save lives of accident victims, says study - 14/06/10
Are bald men more virile? - 11/12/12 Yes
A Proper Way to Poo? Squatty Potty Review
A novel therapy for sepsis? - 16/09/14
Why do so many people die shovelling snow? - 19/11/14
Drug can repair spinal cord injuries, study shows - 03/12/14
Common cold 'prefers cold noses' - 05/01/15
Common cold really is triggered by chilly weather, Yale scientists find - 05/01/15 Yale University has found that when core body temperature inside the nose falls by five degrees the immune system does not work as well to fight the cold virus
Seven ways to keep your nose warm and avoid colds - 05/01/15









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