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article A European study involving nearly 1,000 participants has found no link between cellular-phone use and brain tumors in children and adolescents, a group that may be particularly sensitive to phone emissions. The study, published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute, was prompted by concerns that the brains of younger users may be more vulnerable to adverse health effects—such as cancer—from cellphones. In the past two decades, cellphone use has soared among children in developed countries, with one study suggesting that most youths start to use mobile phones by age 9 or 10. Children have a developing nervous system, and cellphone emissions penetrate deeper into their brains. Studies have indicated that the outer brain tissue of children ages 5 to 8 may absorb twice the ... Read more

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Too Much Salt Intake - Diabetes Destroyer Review We eat about 6 - 18 grams of salt daily (1 to 3 teaspoons daily). Our bodies need salt, but only about 0.5 grams a day. A high salt intake can increase your blood pressure. There are lots of sources of salt in our diet besides the kitchen saltshaker. We consume up to 75 percent of our sodium (or as it is commonly called, salt - look for the words soda and sodium and the symbol Na on labels) from hidden sources. Hidden sources of salt (sodium) included: monosodium glutamate (MSG), baking soda (sodium bicarbonate), baking powder, disodium phosphate (found in cereals and processed cheeses), sodium alginate (found in chocolate milk and ice creams), sodium benzoate (found in relishes, sauces, and salad dressings), sodium hydroxide (used in ripe olives and some fruits and vegetables), sodium nitrite (used in cured meats and sausages), sodium propionate (used in pasteurized cheese, breads and cakes), and sodium sulfite (used in fruits, grazed fruits or dried fruits). There can also be hidden amounts of sodium/salt in over-the-counter drugs. Look at the list of ingredients on the bottle to determine the amount of salt in them.
One of the most life changing, debilitating and even embarrassing diseases is arthritis. It comes in 100's of variations and has effects which can range from "hardly noticeable" to "totally gross". Sure, there are techniques, medicines and various tips to fight this disease, but there is no known all inclusive cure. Almost 20% of our population, or roughly over 40 million American citizens report that they have been diagnosed with an arthritic condition. This number is projected to increase nearly 25% by the year 2030 and beyond. It affects more than 22% of all adults 65 years of age or older. Despite all of this doom and gloom, we are progressing, slowly but surely towards this elusive goal of a complete cure. Here is the rundown of some of the more exciting, albeit sometimes exotic advances in this fight.

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