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When you are sealed you will begin to take care of your health. As you grow older you will be protected from disease by both exercising and moderate drinking, a new study shows.
10 Jan 2008
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When you receive the Seal you will learn to recognize stress and take steps to avoid its harmful effects. New research shows how stress at work can lead to heart disease, especially for those under 50.
27 Jan 2008
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What Are The Symptoms That A Women Typically Experiences When She's Suffering From Heart Disease And What Were Yours? By sharing your health story at *******www.EmpowHer****, you’ll be transforming healthcare patient advocacy by tapping into the strength of women. Help EmpowHer women everywhere by posting this video on your site, blog or sending it to a friend in need!
6 Feb 2008
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Georgetown’s Dr. Darlene Lawrence Explains The Aspirin-Cardiovascular Disease Connection. Share your Cardiovascular Disease story with women at *******www.EmpowHer****. Send this video to a friend in need!
13 Feb 2008
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See videos,audio & get a free ebook. *******tinyurl****/yu49bg or visit *******quantum-fx****/TheQuantumNutritionEffect.html The MMS protocol was developed by Jim Humble, a gold miner and metallurgist, on an expedition into the jungles of Central America, looking for gold. It was a response to a need to help a member of his expedition who came down with malaria, more than two days away, through heavy jungle, from the next mine. After many years of experience, Humble always carried stabilized oxygen with him on such expeditions, to make local water potable. Facing the possibility of a quick loss of life, he gave it to the stricken man. To everyone’s amazement, he was well within a few hours. That sure seemed like a miracle, but Humble wanted to better understand what had just happened.Over the course of several years, Jim Humble figured out that what made stabilized oxygen so effective in some malaria cases, was not the oxygen at all, but the trace amounts of chlorine dioxide. Further research led him to come up with a way to produce hundreds, if not thousands more units of chlorine dioxide than what is found in stabilized oxygen. This is through using a higher concentrate of sodium chlorite (28% vs. 3% for stabilized oxygen), in conjunction with the activator. The proof of the efficacy of this simple protocol was in successfully helping over 75,000 people in several African nations – including Uganda and Malawi – rid themselves, primarily of malaria, but also hepatitis, cancer, and AIDS.-chlorine dioxide works for giving the immune system a new lease on life. Pharmaceutical companies profit from "treatments" not cures.You wont hear this on Oprah Winfrey or Larry king or cnn... Chemtrails arrogant doctors diabetes dr mercola mercola**** doctor metabolic health diet nutrition natural cure Pandemic autism Panacea H5N1 Bird Flu AIDS Hepatitis Tuberculosis Cancer Herpes HPV parasites Urinary Tract Infection Lyme Disease Stomach Ulcers Strep Throat Pneumonia Anthrax Tuberculosis Salmonella E***li chelation, healing, heavy metals alternative health Kombucha beta glucan Chemotherapy Radiation EFT pesticide Fungus Resveratrol Rheumatoid Arthritis Autoimmune Degenerative Diseases.bovine spongiform encephalopathy or BSE prions alzheimer's mercury poisoning Detoxification
28 Feb 2008
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See videos,audio & get a free ebook. *******tinyurl****/yu49bg or visit *******quantum-fx****/TheQuantumNutritionEffect.html The MMS protocol was developed by Jim Humble, a gold miner and metallurgist, on an expedition into the jungles of Central America, looking for gold. It was a response to a need to help a member of his expedition who came down with malaria, more than two days away, through heavy jungle, from the next mine. After many years of experience, Humble always carried stabilized oxygen with him on such expeditions, to make local water potable. Facing the possibility of a quick loss of life, he gave it to the stricken man. To everyone’s amazement, he was well within a few hours. That sure seemed like a miracle, but Humble wanted to better understand what had just happened.Over the course of several years, Jim Humble figured out that what made stabilized oxygen so effective in some malaria cases, was not the oxygen at all, but the trace amounts of chlorine dioxide. Further research led him to come up with a way to produce hundreds, if not thousands more units of chlorine dioxide than what is found in stabilized oxygen. This is through using a higher concentrate of sodium chlorite (28% vs. 3% for stabilized oxygen), in conjunction with the activator. The proof of the efficacy of this simple protocol was in successfully helping over 75,000 people in several African nations – including Uganda and Malawi – rid themselves, primarily of malaria, but also hepatitis, cancer, and AIDS.-chlorine dioxide works for giving the immune system a new lease on life. Pharmaceutical companies profit from "treatments" not cures.You wont hear this on Oprah Winfrey or Larry king or cnn... Chemtrails arrogant doctors diabetes dr mercola mercola**** doctor metabolic health diet nutrition natural cure Pandemic autism Panacea H5N1 Bird Flu AIDS Hepatitis Tuberculosis Cancer Herpes HPV parasites Urinary Tract Infection Lyme Disease Stomach Ulcers Strep Throat Pneumonia Anthrax Tuberculosis Salmonella E***li chelation, healing, heavy metals alternative health Kombucha beta glucan Chemotherapy Radiation EFT pesticide Fungus Resveratrol Rheumatoid Arthritis Autoimmune Degenerative Diseases.bovine spongiform encephalopathy or BSE prions alzheimer's mercury poisoning Detoxification
22 Jul 2008
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First European Rare Disease Day highlights impact on people affected by rare diseases Friday 29 February 2008 (European Rare Disease Day) The first ever European Rare Disease Day will be launched on Friday 29 February…because it’s a rare day that only comes around once every four years, of course. Collectively, rare diseases aren’t rare. Rare diseases are defined as those that affect less than 5 in 10,000 people, yet there are approximately 7000 rare diseases, affecting up to 30 million people in the European Union. Current information about these diseases is not always sufficient, making diagnosis difficult. As a result, some patients may have to wait many years to get a confirmed diagnosis – making this a public health priority. But what can we do about it? The European Organisation for Rare Diseases (EURORDIS) thinks a lot. It’s an umbrella group that is building a pan-European network of more than 300 rare disease organisations across 34 different countries, to give a single voice to the large number of people affected by rare diseases. Up to 30 million people are affected by rare diseases in the European Union. Put another way this could mean: * Every time the San Siro stadium in Milan hosts a football match there could be over 5000 people there with rare diseases * There could be over 2500 people with these illnesses at EuroDisney on an average day * In any one day, over 1400 people visiting the Louvre museum in Paris could have these diseases * Over 4 million members of Facebook could have a rare disease So what is a rare disease? * They have a low prevalence (affect less than 5 in 10,000 people), and are often chronic, progressive and life-threatening * 80% of rare diseases have genetic origins * They are associated with a diverse range of symptoms that vary not only between rare diseases, but also often within a rare disease * Relatively common symptoms can hide underlying rare diseases – leading to misdiagnosis * They often cause a high degree of psychosocial burden. Rare diseases are often poorly understood, and patients sometimes have to wait a very long time to get a correct diagnosis. This delay can lead to the clinical worsening of the patient’s physical and psychological health and can cause anxiety, depression, and feelings of isolation for the patient’s family. This information was compiled with assistance from Shire Human Genetic Therapies (Shire HGT), a business unit of Shire Pharmaceuticals Limited
3 Mar 2008
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Seventy-year old Steve Johnson is getting his blood pressure checked, not just on his arms, but he’s having his leg pressure checked as well because he suffers from what is known as P.A.D. EMILE R. MOHLER, M.D., director, Vascular Medicine, University of Pennsylvania Health System: "P.A.D. is a narrowing artery in the leg that can cause not only trouble with walking-muscle pain, discomfort – but can also double the risk of heart attack or stroke." The symptoms for P.A.D. can be different for everybody. From heavy or tired legs after exercising, to no symptoms at all. But for Mr. Johnson it was his leg pain that was too painful to ignore. STEVE JOHNSON, 70-year-old, Peripheral Artery Disease sufferer: "I would walk a block and I would get pains in my calves. Both legs, left and right, and that was one of the first symptoms and if I continued walking the pain would get greater." P.A.D. is detected by taking the blood pressure of the legs and arms. EMILE R. MOHLER, M.D., director, Vascular Medicine, University of Pennsylvania Health System: "The arm and leg pressure should be equal if you have a decrease in the leg pressure you have a blockage in the leg which indicates you have P.A.D." To help raise awareness, the P.A.D. coalition has launched a campaign featuring Phylicia Rashad — who has lost several family members to the disease. PHYLICIA RASHAD, actor: "I want everyone to be aware of it. Testing for P.A.D. will become a regular part of a routine visit to your doctor. Just like taking your blood pressure is a regular part of that visit." Risk factors include those over age 50 with a history of diabetes or smoking. High cholesterol or high blood pressure, and anyone over age 70.
19 Aug 2008
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*******www.globalchange**** Parkinsons disease research using new treatment - genetically modified viruses (gene therapy) to stim *******www.globalchange**** Parkinsons disease research using new treatment - genetically modified viruses (gene therapy) to stimulate GABA production rather than DOPA (dopamine). Improvement in uncontrolled movements in Parkinsons disease - and also lockup, stiffness and other symptoms. Comment by Dr Patrick Dixon, physician and Futurist, author of The Genetic Revolution and Futurewise, and health trends authority. (more)
8 Mar 2008
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*******www.myverve****/verveenergyboost Verve is a new, incredible energy discovery safer than any other energy drink on the market! Since its highly anticipated release 6 months ago, more and more people are waking-up to an amazing nutritional discovery. Toxic side-effects of traditional energy drinks have been shown to increase blood pressure and predispose you to heart disease. Verve doesn't contain the artificial sweeteners aspartame / acesulfame potassium or boatloads of processed sugar. Verve is also the only energy drink to include mangosteen, an exotic fruit that has extreme antioxidant potential, over 65 plant-sourced minerals and a full spectrum of vitamins. It also contains organic aloe and green tea. Orders can be placed at the official website above. MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE energy drinks, increase, heart disease risk, weight loss, red bull, rockstar, monster, verve energy drink, hiro, vemma, mangosteen, warning, toxic, safe
8 Mar 2008
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42 million die every year from this disease... you may be surprised as to what this disease is though....
22 Mar 2008
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From your local bus route to international air travel, infectious diseases can spread across the globe in a matter of hours. In this video podcast episode filmed at the Koshland Science Museum in Washington, D.C., Stephen Eubank from the Virginia Bioinformatics Institute of Virginia Tech and Daniel Lucey from Georgetown University discuss the role of transportation in the spread of disease and examine the effectiveness of various measures to curb transmission. Stephen Eubank, Ph.D., is a project director at the Network Dynamics and Simulation Science Laboratory at the Virginia Bioinformatics Institute of Virginia Tech. His research focuses on modeling and simulating the spread of disease and regional transportation, and the analysis of complex systems. Daniel Lucey, M.D., M.P.H., is an adjunct professor in the Department of Microbiology and Immunology at Georgetown University, where he is co-director of the master of science program in biohazardous threat agents and emerging infectious diseases. In recent years, his teaching focus has been on SARS, avian flu, and the threat of pandemic human influenza. Resources Learn more about infectious diseases at *******www.koshland-science-museum****/exhib_infectious/index.jsp Transportation Research Board of the National Academies *******www.trb****/default.asp Pandemic Flu and Travel *******www.pandemicflu.gov/travel/index.html
11 Jun 2009
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"Cynthia Witthoft" "The Kuru Disease" "Last Recordings Before My Suicide - 2008" - Kuru, or Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (CJD), is a very rare and incurable degenerative neurological disorder (brain disease) that is ultimately fatal. Among the types of transmissible spongiform encephalopathy found in humans, it is the most common. Transmissible spongiform encephalopathy diseases are caused by prions. The diseases are thus sometimes called prion diseases. Other prion diseases include Gerstmann-Sträussler-Scheinker syndrome (GSS), fatal familial insomnia (FFI) and kuru in humans, as well as bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE) commonly known as mad cow disease, chronic wasting disease (CWD) in elk and deer, and scrapie in sheep. The prion that is believed to cause Creutzfeldt-Jakob exhibits at least two stable conformations. One, the native state, is water-soluble and present in healthy cells. As of 2007, its biological function is presumably in transmembrane transport or signaling. The other conformational state is very poorly water-soluble and readily forms protein aggregates. People can also acquire CJD genetically through a mutation of the gene that codes for the prion protein(PRNP). This only occurs in 5-10% of all CJD cases. The CJD prion is dangerous because it promotes refolding of native proteins into the diseased state. The number of misfolded protein molecules will increase exponentially, and the process leads to a large quantity of insoluble prions in affected cells. This mass of misfolded proteins disrupts cell function and causes cell death. Mutations in the gene for the prion protein can cause a misfolding of the dominantly alpha helical regions into beta pleated sheets. This change in conformation disables the ability of the protein to undergo digestion. Once the prion is transmitted, the defective proteins invade the brain and are produced in a self-sustaining feedback loop, causing exponential spread of the prion, death within a few months, although a few patients have been known to live as long as two years. Stanley B. Prusiner was awarded the Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine in 1997 for his discovery of prions. For more than a decade, Yale University neuropathologist Laura Manuelidis has been challenging this explanation for the disease. In January 2007 she and her colleagues published an article in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Science and reported that they have found a virus-like particle (but without finding nucleic acids so far) in less than 10% of the cells a scrapie-infected cell line and in a mouse cell line infected by a human CJD agent. The first symptom of CJD is rapidly progressive dementia, leading to memory loss, personality changes, inappropriate and unmotivated laughter, and hallucinations. This is accompanied by physical problems such as speech impairment, jerky movements (myoclonus), balance and coordination dysfunction (ataxia), changes in gait, rigid posture, and seizures. The duration of the disease varies greatly, but sporadic (non-inherited) CJD can be fatal within months or even weeks. In some people, the symptoms can continue for years. In most patients, these symptoms are followed by involuntary movements and the appearance of a typical diagnostic electroencephalogram tracing. The symptoms of CJD are caused by the progressive death of the brain's nerve cells, which is associated with the build-up of abnormal prion proteins. When brain tissue from a CJD patient is examined under a microscope, many tiny holes can be seen where whole areas of nerve cells have died. The word 'spongiform' in 'transmissible spongiform encephalopathies' refers to the 'spongy' appearance of the brain tissue. [Emotions may switch suddenly from sadness to happiness with sudden outbursts of laughter. People with kuru become demented and eventually placid, unable to speak, and unresponsive to their surroundings. Most people die about 3 to 24 months after symptoms appear, usually as a result of pneumonia or infection due to bedsores (pressure sores).]
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health insider secrets unravel the groundbreaking truths about cancer and healthcare, that many physicians, Big Pharma & Food Industry executives don't want you to know! Money-back guarantee.. Overcome Disease Naturally Cure Yourself Cracking the Cancer Code Dr Matthew Loop insider secrets best seller
4 Apr 2008
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