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Jun, 29
2012

The Definition of Fast Food

Michael Smith Blog - Know The Cause Many times when people start a diet, especially Phase 1, they have a number of concerns. Some people worry about how easy it will be to find things to eat. Some people worry about the convenience of such a diet and how it will fit into their hectic lifestyle. Some people worry about cost. 

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Jun, 29
2012

What's Going On? April 19-23

msmith I think it is important that we stay on top of what is going on in the world. This is the first installment of a new series entitled What's Going On?, which will strive to bring you the latest interesting (and sometimes outlandish) headlines in medicine, healthcare and healthy living. 

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Michael Smith Blog - Know The Cause It really bums me out when I see smart people mis-inform their audience, or rather try to stoke an already uneasy, fearful feeling in the hearts of said audience. Mike Adams over at Natural News posted an article yesterday making a number of highly outrageous claims concerning the new health care bill that is sure to ruffle the feathers of people who are already nervous after the health care bill signing.   

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Jun, 29
2012

What's Going On? April 26-30

msmith You are what you eat as the tired meme goes, but apparently you are what your grandmother ate as well; a new study outlines how rats descended from rats fed high fat diets similar to the American type diet are at greater risk for certain types of cancer. The study expounds on the field of epigenetics, which, "…refers to all the factors that control how a gene is expressed. The new study potentially adds to the growing body of research suggesting the epigenome may be at the root of many healthy problems." ............... 

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Jun, 29
2012

What's Going On? May 3-7

msmith Reuters published a study that said a couple cups of coffee may help heart patients. This is wonderful news for us coffee fiends; a study consisting of 374 patients who had a previously had a heart attack found those with normal blood pressure drinking one or two coffees a day were 88 percent less likely than non-coffee drinkers to develop a condition in which the heart fails to pump effectively.

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