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

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

Ives Leon Anckaert

Health consultant


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

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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That’s a good way to help moving your body, a healthy habit…
Ives Leon Anckaert
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
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    Ceci Connolly
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    Sally Squires
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    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
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    Rob Stein
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    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]!"
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  • Zimbabwe's Mugabe says wife not the power behind his throne February 27, 2015
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    (Reuters) - Preliminary results from the largest U.S. survey of tobacco consumption show a high number of people use multiple products, adding key data to the debate on the role of e-cigarettes in reducing harm from tobacco. The results of the study, released Thursday, showed 40 percent of tobacco consumers use multiple products, such as cigarillos, hookah a […]

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