February 2003 - Page 3 of 6 - Health Sciences Institute - Official Site

Bringing in the sheaves

Study shows that Celiac Disease (CD), a digestive disorder that is usually genetically inherited, can be triggered by gluten intake.

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Getting away from it all

I don't know about you, but after the winter we've been having here along the mid-Atlantic coast, the idea of spending a few days relaxing at a premier resort in Sedona, Arizona, sounds very appealing right now.

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Natural ways to treat Multiple Sclerosis (MS)

MS (Multiple Sclerosis) patients seek natural relief. Rebounding provides light aerobic activity for patients with arthritis, diabetes, heart disease, chronic fatigue, and any other health problems that have physically debilitating effects.

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Reusing water bottles: Is it dangerous?

Study shows that reusing and refilling the same water bottle multiple times can cause contamination, later leading to health problems. These contamination problems are a direct result of reusing water bottles without proper cleaning after each use.

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Is sucralose safe?

A member writes in to find out if sucralose is a safe alternative to sugar.

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An unwanted souvenir

Every year, an alarming number of people find their doctors have left tools behind after surgery.

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Riding the wave

I’ll start with the easy question: The Soviet ban on microwaves was lifted in the late 1980’s with the fall of Communism. This reversal was prompted by the rapid political changes of perestroika – not as a result of any new evidence that found

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