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In the world of wrestling, performance is everything. If you are a contracted fighter, you better win. The business is cut-throat, and you may quickly find yourself without a job. Former UFC turned MMA fighter, John Alessio, knows that firsthand. He reached a certain level of competition in the UFC arena, but then lost a […]

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When arrests are made for drug and alcohol charges, most of the time these criminals need help. Repeat offenders, people who have been arrested for drug possession, then for public intoxication, and then finally for a DUI, for example, generally have an addiction that is not being treated. Locking someone up for a predetermined amount […]

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  Earlier this month, experts identified the connection between eating disorders like anorexia and bulimia and altered neural circuitry. What does that mean? Well, researchers believe that the restricted or uncontrollable eating that indicate the various types of eating disorders is directly linked to what is happening to a certain part of the brain. More […]

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If you have ever felt depressed, or have been diagnosed with depression, then you know just how debilitating the symptoms can be. Researchers continue to look for new ways to treat this mental illness, and the Mayo Clinic is usually leading the way. According to a report on the Mayo Clinic’s website (that was later […]

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In a monumental move for the fields of eating disorders and medical insurance, the American Medical Association (AMA) has just announced that obesity will now be considered a disease. On this past Tuesday June 18th, The American Medical Association voted to declare obesity a disease, a move that effectively defines 78 million American adults and 12 million children […]

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Angelina Jolie had a double mastectomy because of genomic medicine. Advancements in technology are allowing doctors to pinpoint where the likelihood for certain diseases are documented in our DNA. Human Genome Project The Human Genome Project, completed in 2003, was successful in distinguishing and labeling all of our human genes. Genomic medicine includes genetics and […]

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Will we be able to start reading what is in our beer, wine, and liquor bottles from now on? It’s looking that way. Alcohol is regulated by The Treasury Department, which has now decided to approve the listing of serving size, servings per container, calories, carbohydrates, protein and fat per serving for beer, wine, and […]

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  “Medical, my ***!” he says, “There’s no medical. This is one of the greatest hoaxes of all time.” New York City Mayor, Michael Bloomberg speaks out about medical marijuana on WOR radio (according to CBS New York.) Bloomberg does not believe that weed is ever medically necessary, but a survey shows that 76% of […]

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An eating disorder can take over your life. Without proper help, anorexia, bulimia, or overeating can stop you from living a healthy life. An untreated eating disorder can cost you your life, so why not try any form of treatment that seems helpful? One girl’s story, and probably many others, includes a rescue dog. Angela […]

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Money can’t buy you love, happiness, or class, but can it buy you health? Money proves to be a real motivator in weight loss. It kind of makes sense, right? When we can’t stick to the routine with the discipline required to do something, like get in better shape, it would help if someone would […]


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