Diseases Caused by Malnutrition
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chron.com — “Death rates for both cancer and heart disease have been dropping for Hispanics and everyone else. Overall, cancer will probably replace heart disease as the nation's top cause of death in the next 10 years, said Rebecca Siegel of the American Cancer Society, lead author of a study reporting the new findings. [...] cancer tends to kill people earlier in life than heart disease, for decades the nation's top cause of death. Cancer society researchers looked at federal death data for 2009 and found ” View full resource at chron.com
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naturalproductsinsider.com — “Depression casts a shadow over the lives of 19 million Americans; two-thirds of them are women. Many people are looking for medical solutions, yet recent research shows only one person in 10 is helped by antidepressant medications and many more suffer serious side effects.” View full resource at naturalproductsinsider.com
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jeffersonhospital.org — “If you or someone you care about is diagnosed with Meniere's disease, specialists at the Jefferson Balance and Hearing Center within the Department of Otolaryngology can provide high-quality diagnoses and patient care.” View full resource at jeffersonhospital.org
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medicalnewstoday.com — “Professional football players are much more likely to die from Alzheimer's disease, ALS (Lou Gerhig's disease) and other conditions cause by brain-cell damage, researchers from the National” View full resource at medicalnewstoday.com
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greenfootsteps.com — “Asbestos dangers cause death, disease and misery for many. Asbestos poisoning can result in mesothelioma. Asbestos poisoning is still a menace today. This article looks at some of the health issues.” View full resource at greenfootsteps.com
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jeffersonhospital.org — “Otolaryngologists (ear, nose and throat physicians) of the Jefferson Balance and Hearing Center will evaluate you for swimmer's ear by using an instrument called an otoscope to look inside your ears.” View full resource at jeffersonhospital.org
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jeffersonhospital.org — “Jefferson otolaryngologists can recommend effective means to prevent continued vocal fold scarring and may suggest additional treatments when necessary.” View full resource at jeffersonhospital.org
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organizedwisdom.com — “Margie Clarke, RN shares this video from The Health Minute regarding colon health. According to this video, all disease is caused by toxemia, and 90% of American adults have clogged colons. Learn about conditions believed to be related to poor colon health.” View full resource at organizedwisdom.com
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sciencedaily.com — “Vaccines and antibiotics may someday join caloric restriction or bariatric surgery as a way to regulate weight gain, according to a new study focused on the interactions between diet, the bacteria that live in the bowel, and the immune system. "Diet-induced obesity depends not just on calories ingested but also on the host's microbiome," said the study's senior author. For most people, he said, "host digestion is not completely efficient, but changes in the gut flora can raise or ” View full resource at sciencedaily.com
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jeffersonhospital.org — “The otolaryngologists and speech-language pathologists of the Jefferson Voice and Swallowing Center in Philadelphia can look at your larynx and throat to see if there is any irritation caused by the backflow of stomach acid.” View full resource at jeffersonhospital.org
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allkidney.com — “Idiopathic focal and segmental glomerular sclerosis or FSGS is one of the most common causes of non diabetic kidney disease in the world and also one of the” View full resource at allkidney.com
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