Diabetes Patients Who Raise Their ‘Good’ Cholesterol Levels Reduce Their Risk Of Heart Attack And Stroke.

Ives Leon Anckaert

Health consultant

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Diabetes Susceptibility Gene Identified: Tomosyn-2 Regulates Insulin Secretion.

Ives Leon Anckaert

Health consultant

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Ocimum basilicum
Ocimum basilicum

Ocimum basilicum
Origin: India
Origini: India
Use: flavoring, antispasmodic, digestiv, antidepressant, balsamic, healing
Impieghi: aromatizzanti, antispasmodiche, digestive, anti depressione, balsamiche, cicatrizzante
Ives Leon Anckaert
Health consultant
Consulente della salute
NaturaLifeSite

Hypericum perforatum
Hypericum perforatum

Hypericum perforatum
Origin: Europe, North Africa, Asia
Origine: Europa, Nordafrica, Asia
Use: antidepression, influence, gastritis
Impieghi: antidepressione, influenza, gastrite
Ives Leon Anckaert
Health Consultant
Consulente della Salute
Italy, Europe

Achilea millefolium
Achilea Millefolium

Achillea millefolium
Origin: Europe Origine: Europa
Uses: indigestion, diarrhea, constipation, menstrual pain, overweight, hemorrhoids.
Impieghi: difficoltà di digestione, diarrea, stitichezza, dolori mestruale, sovrapeso, emorroidi.
Parts used: flowering tops and leaves
Parti utilizzate: sommità fiorite e foglie
Ives Leon Anckaert
Health consulent – Consulente della Salute
Italy, Europe
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Health consultant
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  • Hospitals Services Performed Overseas April 24, 2005
    A movement toward greater use of telemedicine is widening the spectrum of care doctors can provide from afar and enabling more outsourcing of services overseas.
    Rob Stein
  • Doctors Are Warned on Fetus Care April 24, 2005
    The Bush administration issues guidelines advising physicians and hospitals that they are obligated to care for fetuses "born alive" naturally or in the process of an abortion.
    Ceci Connolly
  • New Food Pyramid Unveiled April 24, 2005
    The federal government unveiled a makeover of this well-known icon that emphasizes eating a variety of food, including healthful fat, and underscores physical activity.
    Sally Squires
  • Global Health Corps Proposed to Fight AIDS April 24, 2005
    The federal government should create a corps of AIDS specialists and deploy them in the hard-hit countries targeted by the Bush administration's five-year, $15-billion global AIDS program, according to a panel of experts.
    David Brown
  • Fewer U.S. Deaths Linked to Obesity April 24, 2005
    A new government study has concluded that obesity causes about 112,000 deaths each year in the United States, far fewer than a previous, highly publicized estimate by another part of the same agency.
    Rob Stein
  • Establishing Proof April 24, 2005
    It took 15 years to discover the link between oxygen and blindness -- 15 years in which a mysterious disease haunted America's best hospitals.
    David Brown
  • Walking Proof April 24, 2005
    An exercise demonstrated that middle-age, out-of-shape women who wore pedometers and were instructed to take at least 10,000 steps daily walked more than those who were told to take a 30-minute walk.
  • How Far Off The Mark? April 24, 2005
    Eating healthfully can sometimes seem daunting."Who are they kidding?" a Lean Plate Club member from Frostburg, Md., complained in an e-mail soon after the latest U.S. Dietary Guidelines were released in January. "Two cups of fruit and 2 1/2 cups of vegetables [daily]!"
    Sally Squires

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  • J&J psoriasis drug tops placebo, Humira in late stage study October 1, 2016
    (Reuters) - An experimental biotech drug developed by Johnson & Johnson proved more effective at clearing moderate to severe cases of the skin condition plaque psoriasis than a placebo or Abbvie Inc's big-selling Humira, according to data from a late stage study presented on Saturday. More than 73 percent of patients who received guselkumab experien […]
  • Thailand still golden for Chinese tourists despite Zika fears October 1, 2016
    By Amy Sawitta Lefevre and Panarat Thepgumpanat BANGKOK (Reuters) - Confirmation that the Zika virus had caused microcephaly in Thailand is not likely to scare off large numbers of Chinese tourists due to jet in for holidays in the next week, tourists and industry operators said. Thailand reported on Friday the first confirmed cases in Southeast Asia of micr […]
  • Novartis psoriasis drug maintains efficacy after four years: study October 1, 2016
    Novartis's psoriasis drug Cosentyx showed long-term efficacy in keeping patients' skin clear, the Swiss drugmaker said on Saturday, citing a study it hopes will ultimately help the company to win business from rival medicines made by Amgen and Johnson & Johnson. More than 66 percent of Cosentyx patients achieved "clear or almost clear […]
  • Independence banners hung at HK universities in defiance of China: media October 1, 2016
    Around a dozen Hong Kong universities draped large banners calling for the city's independence on China's National Day, defying authorities with demands for the Chinese controlled territory to split with mainland China. Large banners reading "Hong Kong independence" were strung up across the financial city on Saturday, local broadcaster R […]
  • Scottish boxer Towell dies after bout October 1, 2016
    Scottish boxer Mike Towell has died in hospital after the 25-year-old suffered serious injuries in a welterweight bout in Glasgow on Thursday. Towell was knocked down in the opening round of his bout by Welshman Dale Evans and referee Victor Loughlin eventually stopped the contest in the fifth. The Dundee fighter received treatment in the ring before being t […]
  • Boxing-Scottish boxer Towell dies after bout October 1, 2016
    Scottish boxer Mike Towell has died in hospital after the 25-year-old suffered serious injuries in a welterweight bout in Glasgow on Thursday. Towell was knocked down in the opening round of his bout by Welshman Dale Evans and referee Victor Loughlin eventually stopped the contest in the fifth. The Dundee fighter received treatment in the ring before being t […]
  • Zika illnesses are mild at worst in US teens, young children October 1, 2016
    NEW YORK (AP) — A first look at U.S. teens and young children who were infected with Zika suggests the virus typically causes at worst only a mild illness.
  • FDA warns against use of homeopathic teething products September 30, 2016
    (Reuters) - The U.S. Food and Drug Administration warned against the use of homeopathic teething tablets and gels on Friday, citing potential risks to infants and children and prompting CVS Health Corp Inc to withdraw the products. The FDA is currently testing samples of the products and analyzing reports linking them to seizures in infants and children sinc […]
  • California toughens rape laws after Stanford case uproar September 30, 2016
    California Governor Jerry Brown on Friday signed legislation to broaden the state's legal definition of rape and mandate prison if the victim was unconscious, following a furor over a Stanford University sexual assault case. Lawmakers passed the two bills in response to a six-month sentence a Northern California judge this year gave Brock Turner, a form […]
  • Depomed wins Nucynta patent dispute; may spur sale talks September 30, 2016
    (Reuters) - A court ruled in Depomed Inc's favor in a patent dispute over its opioid drug, Nucynta, a decision that could help pave the way for the drug maker to explore a sale. Sources told Reuters this month that Depomed was preparing to explore a sale and talks with potential buyers are expected to start shortly after a ruling on Nucynta, the company […]

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