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

NaturaLifeSite

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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  • Pope to allow all priests to forgive abortion during Holy Year September 1, 2015
    By Isla Binnie and Philip Pullella VATICAN CITY (Reuters) - Pope Francis will give all priests discretion during the Roman Catholic Church's Holy Year to formally forgive women who have had abortions -- the Argentine pontiff's latest move towards a more open and inclusive church. In Church teaching, abortion is such a grave sin that those who procu […]
  • Amgen's bone drug succeeds in late-stage study September 1, 2015
    (Reuters) - Amgen Inc said its experimental bone drug was found to be more effective than an already marketed drug in a late-stage study. Amgen's drug, romosozumab, met the main goal of showing a significant difference over Eli Lilly & Co's teriparatide in improving total hip bone density by the 12th month in postmenopausal women with osteoporo […]
  • Kmart pays $1.4 million to settle U.S. charges over Medicare inducements September 1, 2015
    WASHINGTON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - Kmart Corp has paid $1.4 million to settle U.S. allegations that it violated the federal False Claims Act by inducing Medicare beneficiaries to fill prescriptions at its pharmacies, the Department of Justice said on Tuesday. The government said the accord resolves allegations that Kmart, a unit of Sears Holdings Corp , let ben […]
  • Tests help shed light on autism genetics September 1, 2015
    By Andrew M. Seaman (Reuters Health) - Advances in genetic testing may eventually allow for more tailored care for people with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD), researchers say. "Ultimately, what we want to do is subcategorize different forms of autism so we can give specific kinds of treatments," said study author Stephen Scherer, of the Hospital […]
  • Arkansas attorney general asks governor to set execution dates September 1, 2015
    Arkansas' 10-year hiatus in capital punishment moved nearer to its end on Tuesday when state Attorney General Leslie Rutledge formally asked Governor Asa Hutchinson to set execution dates for eight inmates who have exhausted their appeals. It is far past time that the sentences be carried out and justice served," Rutledge said in a statement. […]
  • More blacks getting kidney transplants now September 1, 2015
    By Kathryn Doyle (Reuters Health) - More minority patients have been getting kidney transplants since 2003, when medical criteria for allocating transplantable kidneys from deceased donors were loosened, according to a new study. Before doctors realized that the criteria could be safely changed, the organ donor and the recipient had to be matched on a certai […]
  • Novartis, Amgen join forces to fight Alzheimer's and migraine September 1, 2015
    By Ben Hirschler LONDON (Reuters) - Novartis and Amgen are joining forces in the hunt for an Alzheimer's treatment, in the latest sign that drugmakers believe an effective therapy for the memory-robbing disease may be within reach. The two companies also plan to collaborate in developing new medicines for migraine. Swiss-based Novartis said on Tuesday t […]
  • Alexion gets EU approval for drug acquired in Synageva deal September 1, 2015
    By Bill Berkrot NEW YORK (Reuters) - Ten weeks after closing its $8.4 billion purchase of Synageva BioPharma Corp, Alexion Pharmaceuticals Inc on Tuesday announced European approval for the key drug acquired through the deal, an enzyme-replacement therapy for an ultra-rare, life threatening disease. The treatments are awaiting U.S. approval decisions after r […]
  • Cause of Mysterious, Fatal Brain Disease Linked to Mad Cow Disease-Like Proteins September 1, 2015
    The disease is fatal for patients after a swift neurological decline.
  • Avoid Guilt and Burnout With These 2 Questions September 1, 2015
    When her son asked "Hey, could you take the kids for the weekend?" my patient said "no" -- and then spent a week feeling guilty about it. "What do you think? Was I just being selfish?" Hmm, let's see: Full-time job? Check. Full-time husband? Check. Elderly parents and in-laws in need of care? Double check. Volunteer respons […]

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  • Israel Reportedly Kills Top Commander September 1, 2015
    Israel Reportedly Kills Top Commander AFP / Getty ImagesOn Tuesday, Israel suggested it would resume the controversial practice of assassinations. A day later, its military carried one out.Rare kill they made on WednesdayMore NewsNanny Indicted in Slaying of Two ChildrenUnintended Tax Hike Could Affect 28 MillionNew Turn in Waffle House Sex Scandal
  • General's Emails More Than 'Flirtatious' September 1, 2015
    General's Emails More Than 'Flirtatious'APGen. John Allen, the top US commander in Afghanistan, exchanged countless emails with a woman at the heart of the Petraeus scandal.Source reveals explicit messagesMore NewsPlane Crashes Into Mississippi HomeWashington Post Editor Steps DownHusband Finds Teacher in Act With Boy
  • Soap Star Says Goodbye After 25 Years September 1, 2015
    Soap Star Says Goodbye After 25 YearsCBSSusan Flannery left 'The Bold and the Beautiful' after two and a half decades -- and she's not the only star with a very long TV tenure.Actress who spent 41 years on her showMore to See'X Factor' Singer Says Sexuality Was a RiskActress Opened Up About Bipolar DisorderStreisand's Son Sings […]
  • Secession Petition Gains Momentum September 1, 2015
    Secession Petition Gains Momentum Sylvester75117Texas secessionists have reached an astonishing milestone that qualifies for a White House response.Development that could alter unionMore News Obama Makes Immigration Promise Ex-Congressman Gets Offer Despite Loss Woman in Scandal Ran Shady Charity
  • Escort Thought Her Life Was in Danger September 1, 2015
    Escort Thought Her Life Was in DangerWhat's the cardinal rule for sex workers? Never turn your back on a client. She broke it once -- and she'll never forget what happened.Bizarre fantasy a man wanted her to act outCaught Our Attention Janitor Had a Secret Double Life of CrimeWhy an 80-Year-Old Is Mad at HootersCareer Advice From a Terminally Ill E […]
  • How You Can Tell He Was Lying September 1, 2015
    How You Can Tell He Was LyingTEDWhen President Clinton denied having 'sexual relations with that woman,' he did two things that made clear he wasn't telling the truth. Watch: His dead giveaways at 7:40 markMore From TEDWeekendsThe True Cost of Deceptive PoliticsThis Is How We're All LiarsDoctor Confesses to Horrible Mistakes
  • Type of Battery That's Best to Buy September 1, 2015
    Type of Battery That's Best to BuyAlamyWhile there are tons of batteries on the market, one particular type gives you the most when it comes to cost and performance. Plus, what to look for on the labelMore Ways to SaveTrick to Get Rid of Mice for GoodWhat to Use Instead of Paper TowelsWhy Not to Leave Computer on Sleep
  • Recognize This Bored-Looking Royal? September 1, 2015
    Recognize This Bored-Looking Royal?Getty ImagesHe's grown up in the spotlight and been the subject of a scandal -- but it doesn't appear he always enjoyed his royal duties.Royal who enjoyed hiking and windsurfingMore Style StoriesActress Wore Crop Top on Talk ShowSocialite Showed Too Much in DressRihanna Showed Off in Bright Jacket
  • Hope Solo Assaulted by Her Fiance? September 1, 2015
    Hope Solo Assaulted by Her Fiance?APA judge determined there was not sufficient evidence to hold the ex-NFL player, but cops say they're not done with him yet.Why he was arrested day before weddingWide World of SportsRed Sox Looking to Make TradeBears Star Doubtful for Sunday's GameNBA Star Out Three Months After Surgery
  • Obama Buckles Down on Election Vow September 1, 2015
    Obama Buckles Down on Election VowAPThe president promised to follow through on a crucial campaign pledge – and he’s going to enter high-stakes negotiations to do it. ‘I am not going to budge’ More News Cause of Pizza Price Hike ContestedFrance Takes Bold Foreign Policy Step Governor Responds to Secession Petition

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  • What CNBC Won't Tell You September 1, 2015
    In May 2009, during an appearance on CNBC, I suggested that the network could do a major service to investors by abandoning its slogan "In Cramer we Trust" and substituting "In Bogle we Trust." Cramer then stormed onto the set and engaged in a bug-eyed rant. He first misrepresented -- and then trashed -- Bogle's buy-and-hold index ad […]
    Dan Solin
  • Lies and the Hills We Climb to Escape Them: A Conversation with Author Sonja Yoerg September 1, 2015
    Sonja Yoerg's fiction is not stranger to the concept that people lie and keep secrets to protect themselves and those they love. In her debut novel, House Broken, she explored an entire family system punctuated more by what they didn't say than what they did. She returns to this theme in her amazing new novel, The Middle of Somewhere, which follows […]
    Brandi Megan Granett
  • Royalty Capital: A New Solution to an Old Problem September 1, 2015
    As a student at Harvard Business School, I wrote a paper questioning a basic idea: are debt and equity the best forms of capital for entrepreneurs? The answer, I concluded, was "not always." In doing so, I promoted an alternative: royalty capital. Over the last year, I've served in my personal capacity as a judge or a mentor to a number of bus […]
    Raja Bobbili
  • Iceland Citizens Respond With Open Arms After Government Welcomes Just 50 Syrian Refugees September 1, 2015
    Syria is currently the biggest source of refugees in the world. Nearly four million people have been forced to flee from their homes, driven away by the dual threat of war and terrorism. Many neighboring countries have opened up borders to help feed and house the influx of those in need. Almost two million are currently in Turkey, one million are in Lebanon […]
    Nick Visser
  • Wrapping Up One Hundred Days in Europe September 1, 2015
    My summer trip is finished. I'm flying home. And to wrap up my Hundred Days of Europe blog, I threw a bunch of final images against the wall, and these are the ones that stuck. In Europe, brides are given wild "Hen Parties" before their wedding day. You see them throughout northern Europe. They provide a fun challenge for my "selfie" […]
    Rick Steves
  • Red Rock Nation: An Unforgettable Adventure In Sedona September 1, 2015
    I never knew the Southwest could be so fun -- and I very happily live right in sunny Phoenix. But I'm on a travel high, back to report on my findings and adventures following a recent trip to stunning Sedona. We even ended up setting off a day early, so three days became four (always nice to add another vacation day to the agenda). As soon as the specta […]
    Michael Lazar
  • 3 Reasons Why You Shouldn't Just Utilize Bloggers Around the Holidays September 1, 2015
    Every year, the countdown to holiday shopping seems to come earlier and earlier. In July, Amazon's Prime Day, while not a hit with consumers, kicked off Black Friday-style price cuts on thousands of items. Walmart responded with roll-back prices on thousands of their own products. These mid-year flash sales are just one of the many ways retailers are tr […]
    Amy Callahan
  • The US Just Made Its Largest Investment In Renewable Energy Yet September 1, 2015
    Climate News Network: Solar power takes giant strides as prices fall The U.S. government just made its largest renewable energy purchase to date. The U.S. Navy has invested an undisclosed amount in the Mesquite solar farm in sun-rich Arizona, allowing for an expansion of the facility that is anticipated to make it the world’s largest solar farm.  As the Clim […]
    Joseph Erbentraut
  • Hungry for Equitable and Quality Schools September 1, 2015
    It's been more than two weeks since 12 Chicago mothers, grandmothers and other community leaders launched a hunger strike to keep their neighborhood school open in Bronzeville, a historic African American community located in the South Side of the city. Due to significant health concerns--hunger strikes, or voluntarily not eating in protest--are demonst […]
    Cristina Pacione-Zayas
  • This Mom Nursed Her Baby on the Bathroom Floor September 1, 2015
    Last week, I found myself at the center of a milk storm of media madness, after the article I wrote about the mom who breastfeeds her friend's son went well and truly viral. And through the storm, there came a recurring statement that was fired out without reserve: "I support breastfeeding... but only behind closed doors. Nobody needs to see it. […]
    Mama Bean
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