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Tomato paste may help reduce chronic intestinal inflammation associated with HIV – sciencedaily

New research from UCLA in mice suggests that adding a certain type of tomato paste to the diet may reduce the intestinal inflammation associated with HIV. If left untreated, intestinal inflammation can accelerate arterial disease, which in turn can lead to heart attack and stroke. The findings provide clues as …

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Criticism of stopping ventilation is it harmful for veterinarians? – News

Daniela Castillo Photo by Lori Fusaro Southern California practitioner Dr Daniela Castillo is shown with her cat, Valito, whom she adopted from a shelter after suffering a chest limb amputation. Today, she reports, he is faster than his four-legged cats. I was hesitant to bring up the topic of stopping …

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Winter storm cuts power to thousands of Nova Scotians

Many Nova Scotians spent Saturday cleaning up after a mixture of heavy and wet snow, rain and high winds hit the area. Slippery roads have resulted in collisions across the province. In Cape Breton, a transport truck jacked up and slammed into a railing before ending up in Bras d’Or …

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Attributes of the built environment of the workplace neighborhood and sitting position at work and for transportation among Japanese office workers

Result variables Sedentary behaviors A validated Japanese questionnaire14, which seeks to assess sedentary time in six specific behaviors in three domains (related to work, transport and leisure) separately for working days and non-working days, was used (see Supplementary Table 1 for the full questionnaire ). Participants were asked to report …

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Educational cookbook guides families to healthier lives

Jan. 4 – MORRO BAY, Calif .– Health officials say it’s essential to introduce a healthy lifestyle from a young age. In Mariah Ecker and Teri Ecker’s first book, “Queen Bee’s Alphabet Cookbook: A Nutrition Guide for Families,” the authors use their years of experience in health and education to …

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“Weather Girl,” “Lucky Leap Day” topped Romantic Comedy Playlist in January

The past two years have been anything but calming, so set the tone for a more whimsical 2022. Mix a little romance with a little comedy and treat yourself to the perfect read to feel good: romantic comedy. Perfect for book clubs or for indulging in solo fun with a …

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Jamie Wolf and Angela Little Turn Businessmen into Authors

Have you ever dreamed of becoming a bestselling Wall Street Journal or USA Today author? Are you an expert in a certain profession or niche field? Are you convinced that readers could benefit from your knowledge? Well Jamie Wolf and Angela Little, the brains behind Million Dollar Story, agree and …

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Dr Dominic Bucciarelli Kasony’s new book “Autism: A Practical Guide for Parents” is an excellent source of information for parents of a child with autism.

PORT CHARLOTTE, Florida (PRWEB) December 29, 2021 Dr. Dominic Bucciarelli Kasony, a member of the Pennsylvania Psychological Association, a licensed professional counselor, a certified psychologist who performs psychological testing and counseling services for children with childhood disorders; completed their new book “Autism: A Practical Guide for Parents”: an educational self-help …

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Biggest impact on female doctors during COVID-19

Study reveals stark gender divide in work-life conflict and career challenges. The COVID-19 pandemic could harm the mental health and career prospects of female physicians, especially those with children and spouses of physicians, according to a new study. The study, published in JAMA network open, examined gender differences in work-family …

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