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Pros and Cons to Know About the Atkins Diet
May 10, 2017 10:44 AM
The Atkins diet has been around for a number of years. Many people love it because it helps you lose weight quickly and it helps prevent many crippling diseases. It also can be quite easy to follow since it doesn't require calorie counting or measuring. You simply need to follow some guidelines as to what you can eat and then the weight comes off. It also has several things going against it. It can cause discomfort because it can make you very tired, making it harder to exercise. It can also cause some stomach issues. Bad breath can also be a side effect. It doesn't allow for a wide variety of foods. Therefore, you have to weigh the pros and the cons before attempting this diet.
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How Oxidative Stress Affects Multiple Sclerosis
December 25, 2016 12:59 PM
People who suffer from multiple sclerosis has many things to deal with. This disease is a horrible crippling disease, and researchers are trying to figure out what role oxidative stress plays in the progression of this disease. Once researchers can figure this out they may have a better understanding of potential treatments.
"Antioxidants such as vitamin C, vitamin E, berries, and juices have typically been used to neutralize free radicals and prevent the damage they cause."
Schools are filled with bacteria, causing crippling lung function in children
December 19, 2016 07:59 AM
Sure, when you send your kids to school you worry about a lot of things: Fitting in, bullying, learning but never did you think that you would have to worry about bacteria from mice and other rodents. Researchers have shown that bacteria in school has caused an increase in asthma in school age kids. This is increasing at such an alarming rate that it finally caught the attention of health officials even though the effects have been happening for years.
"Some 284 children from 37 inner-city public schools located throughout the Northeastern United States were evaluated as part of the research."