FDA Expands Approval of H1N1 for Infants and children

FDA Expands Approval of H1N1 for Infants and Children As of November 12, 2009, the FDA approved the use of the CSL Limited’s 2009 H1N1 influenza vaccine to include children ages 6 months and older. The vaccine was previously approved only for use in adults, ages 18 years and older. Margaret A. Hamburg, M.D.,commissioner of […]

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Which Alcoholic Drink is Best When You’re Dieting?

QUESTION: Dear Tom: If you are going to go out and have a drink or two with friends, which drink is the best when you’re on a fat loss program like BFFM? Would it be wine or a vodka mixed with soda? Is champagne better or worse than the other two? ANSWER: The first thing […]

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Can Beet Juice Lower Blood Pressure?

Can Beet Juice Lower Blood Pressure?

Studies have shown that drinking two cups of beet juice per day can lower blood pressure. Other studies have shown that eating a diet high in fruits and vegetables can lower blood pressure due to the high amounts of antioxidants and potassium found in fruits and vegetables.  But this research from Barts and The London […]

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Exercise Can Protect us From Colds

Exercise Can Protect us From Colds Occurrences of getting a cold can be greatly reduced by exercising moderately (like walking) for 45 minutes a day. David C. Nieman, Dr PH, an expert from the American College of Sports Medicine stated that numerous studies have shown a 25 to 50 percent decrease in sick time for […]

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The Risks of Working-Out in a Gym

Most people have no idea the level of risk they are taking while working out in a gym. I’ve been in the fitness industry for over 25 years and have seen way too many injuries and accidents due to inappropriate training.  What many gym members don’t understand is that there is a risk-reward ratio for […]

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