May 2005 - Page 2 of 6 - Health Sciences Institute - Official Site

The battle between good bacteria and bad bacteria

At virtually every moment there’s a widespread battle being waged between good bacteria and bad bacteria.

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GI bleeding linked to NSAIDs and SSRIs

NSAID statistic in a Reuters article reviewed medical records for nearly 550 patients with GI bleeding. They found that ongoing use of SSRIs posed approximately the same risk for GI bleeding as NSAID use.

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Can Americans follow health guidelines?

according to a Reuters report, the Michigan State University researchers who conducted the survey were surprised to find that only three percent of Americans follow all four of these health guidelines

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Saffron might be an effective antidepressant

So, what does the price of saffron have to do with health? Plenty, as it turns out. In fact, new research shows that saffron just might be an effective antidepressant.

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How many calories are you burning?

How many calories are you burning? That question, of course, calls to mind the necessity of burning the calories we use to fuel our bodies.

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Effectiveness of acupuncture in relieving back pain

But we do have some new research that indicates the effectiveness of acupuncture in relieving back pain in humans.

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"B+" continued…

Looking for a versatile vitamin? I nominate vitamin B-6

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