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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  • Husband surprises wife with 500 roses after chemo treatment July 2, 2016
    OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — A dozen roses simply weren't enough for a Nebraska man who wanted "to do something special" for his wife to celebrate her last chemotherapy treatment. So, he raised money and surprised her with 500.
  • Mexico air lifts food into villages as teacher blockades spread July 1, 2016
    Mexico's air force flew tons of grain to the southern state of Oaxaca on Friday as protests by teachers opposed to education reform spread across the country and road blocks led to dwindling food supplies in some remote regions. Tension in the state intensified after eight people died last month in clashes between police and the protesting teachers, and […]
  • J&J's Janssen hit with $70 million verdict in Risperdal trial July 1, 2016
    A U.S. jury on Friday awarded $70 million to the family of a boy who developed breasts after taking Johnson & Johnson unit Janssen Pharmaceuticals' antipsychotic drug Risperdal. Andrew Yount, of Tennessee, developed gynecomastia at the age of five as a result of taking Risperdal, his lawyers say. Johnson & Johnson and Janssen are facing more tha […]
  • Democrats' draft platform calls for reviews of trade deals July 1, 2016
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Democratic Party's 2016 policy platform calls for reviews of trade deals, wider health coverage through public programs such as Medicare, and federal investigations of fossil fuel companies accused of misleading shareholders on climate change, according to a draft version released on Friday. The committee drafting the pla […]
  • Aetna launches Medicare Advantage asset sale: sources July 1, 2016
    Merging Aetna's and Humana's Medicare Advantage businesses would make the combined company the largest U.S. manager of the healthcare insurance for seniors and the disabled. Aetna has sent out pitchbooks to potential buyers and will begin collecting bids as soon as next week, the people said on Friday.
  • Girls less likely to get pregnant if a friend has a baby July 1, 2016
    By Linda Thrasybule (Reuters Health) - - Girls whose friends have experienced teen childbirth are less likely to get pregnant themselves, a new study suggests. In 2000-2001 - the fifth year after the start of the study - girls whose friends had given birth had about 25 fewer sexual intercourse encounters, on average, than girls whose friends had miscarried.
  • Uncertainty looms as Vermont becomes 1st state to label GMOs July 1, 2016
    MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) — Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders joined other Vermont leaders Friday to celebrate the state's newly implemented law requiring labels on genetically modified food and blast proposed federal legislation that could pre-empt the state requirement.
  • Many everyday common chemicals are endangering child brain development says new report July 1, 2016
    A new report published in the journal Environmental Health Perspectives is calling for more attention to be paid to the growing evidence that exposure to many everyday common chemicals are causing harm to children's brain development. Dozens of scientists, health practitioners and children's health advocates have expressed their concern in the pape […]
  • Guinea-Bissau confirms three cases of Zika virus, government says July 1, 2016
    Guinea-Bissau has confirmed its first three cases of the Zika virus in a group of islands off the mainland and has set up an emergency committee to stop further transmission of the disease, the government said on Friday. Experts have feared the tiny nation could become a gateway for Zika's spread to mainland West Africa, after an outbreak of the mosquit […]
  • Spain records first case of sexually transmitted Zika virus July 1, 2016
    Spain has recorded its first known case of the Zika virus being sexually transmitted, after a woman contracted it from her partner after he returned from a Latin American country, health authorities in Madrid said on Friday. The mosquito-borne Zika virus has been linked to thousands of cases of the microcephaly birth defect in countries such as Brazil, which […]

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