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

Vitamin E supplementation may decrease health risks among healthy women

In a recent issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association, the BWH team states this objective: “To test whether vitamin E supplementation decreases risks of cardiovascular disease and cancer among healthy women.”

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Healthy summer sports drinks

My children are going to soccer camp next week and I don’t know if water alone will be enough considering the heat. Do you have any recommendations for brands or recipes for sports drinks?

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The vitamin B complex

Rosie continues: “B vitamins are necessary for sustaining life and good health. They are sorely lacking in all processed foods. Some can be produced in the intestines ‘only’ when the necessary lactic acid bacteria are present.

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Greater risk of women developing lung cancer than men

Rosie continues: “B vitamins are necessary for sustaining life and good health. They are sorely lacking in all processed foods. Some can be produced in the intestines ‘only’ when the necessary lactic acid bacteria are present.

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Beneficial effects from Curcumin

Life is full of surprises. For instance, if you’re a man who uses one of the popular medications that address erectile dysfunction (ED), you and Bob Dole could be in for a very unpleasant surprise.

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The dark mysteries of erectile dysfunction

Life is full of surprises. For instance, if you’re a man who uses one of the popular medications that address erectile dysfunction (ED), you and Bob Dole could be in for a very unpleasant surprise.

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British Dietetic Association

With friends like the British Dietetic Association (BDA), who needs enemies? That was my first thought when I read the comments made by a BDA spokesperson in reaction to the recent news about the European Union (EU) directive on dietary supplements.

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