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June 2014 - Page 5 of 6 - Health Sciences Institute - Official Site

How a pair of 'veggie vitamins' can help keep eye diseases at bay

The latest artificial sweetener to get FDA approval might even be more dangerous than the brain-damaging one it contains – yet may not even be identified on ingredient labels. Here’s what you need to watch out for.

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This dangerous 'new' artificial sweetener could soon sneak into what you eat and drink!

The latest artificial sweetener to get FDA approval might even be more dangerous than the brain-damaging one it contains – yet may not even be identified on ingredient labels. Here’s what you need to watch out for.

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Do you know which sunscreens are safe and which are toxic?

Before you start slathering yourself with sunscreen this summer, it’s important to know which products are safe and effective and which contain harmful chemicals that can actually promote skin cancer.

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Besides being risky, this widely hyped Rx isn't the panacea it's depicted as

If you’ve seen those commercials for this fibromyalgia med, you would think that it really helps those with the disease. But here’s what one California mom says about them — and why she wants Pfizer to stop showing those ads.

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Why the ‘catch of the day' might just chase the blues away

A study found that eating this type of food at least twice a week can lower a woman’s risk of depression by 25 percent! Read the reason researchers believe they can make for such a “happy meal.”

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The 'relief' you'll get from this type of med can come at a very high price.

There’s a good reason why a public watchdog group wants a big warning put on these OTC drugs. Once you take them for heartburn, you may never be able to quit taking them. And that’s because trying to do so can make your problem ten times worse.

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Is it possible to be killed by a med you're not even taking? In this case, yes!

When the FDA recently cut the dose of this popular drug in half, it finally addressed a big issue called “next day impairment.” But why did it take a whole 10 years for something to be done about this?

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