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.

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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
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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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  • 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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  • California AG sues Johnson & Johnson over marketing for pelvic mesh May 24, 2016
    NEW YORK (Reuters) - California's attorney general filed a lawsuit on Tuesday accusing Johnson & Johnson of failing to warn doctors and patients about the severity and frequency of complications associated with its pelvic mesh devices. The lawsuit is seeking monetary penalties and injunctive relief from J&J, which sold the devices to treat stres […]
  • Parents who lose a baby to SIDS want more information May 24, 2016
    By Kathryn Doyle (Reuters Health) - When parents have lost a baby to sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS), doctors may fear that discussing the risk factors will distress them or cause them to blame themselves. When the cause of an infant’s death is unclear after a detailed investigation, it’s classified as SIDS. Although the exact cause of SIDS isn’t known, […]
  • Sharing the Joy and Knowledge With Educators May 24, 2016
    This was a good week.I had introduced a group of about 25 parent educators to the world of mindfulness, and this was our last session. Over six weekly meetings I covered the basics... but only barely. These teachers were busy, let me tell you! It was their school that had volunteered them to meet with me at the end of a long workday, and, while...
  • Dancer Refuses To Let Lupus Stop Her Gift May 24, 2016
    Imagine moving across the country with no family and no friends in sight. Imagine suddenly having to navigate a new world with no crutch to hold onto. What do you do? Do you sink or do you swim? Tonneta Drummond chose to swim.A budding accountant by trade and liturgical dancer by passion Tonneta Drummond was your average healthy young woman....
  • Drop in deaths in Mediterranean is hopeful sign, migration body says May 24, 2016
    By Stephanie Nebehay GENEVA (Reuters) - Fewer migrants are dying as they try to cross the Mediterranean to Europe, which may reflect better management of refugee flows and swifter rescue operations, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) said on Tuesday. The death toll included 13 in May, none of them on the eastern Mediterranean route between Tu […]
  • Monsanto rejects Bayer bid, but open to more talks May 24, 2016
    Monsanto Co , the world's largest seed company, turned down Bayer AG's $62 billion acquisition bid as "incomplete and financially inadequate" on Tuesday, but said it was open to engage further in negotiations. Monsanto's decision, first reported earlier on Tuesday by Reuters, puts pressure on Bayer to decide whether to raise its bid, […]
  • Sleep training needn’t be stressful for babies May 24, 2016
    Both sleep-training programs were linked to better sleep for babies, but parent education wasn’t, researchers report in Pediatrics. “Parents often have a misconception of a baby’s sleep patterns and they think that babies will sleep through the night much earlier in life than they are ready to physiologically,” Goodstein, who wasn’t involved in the study, ad […]
  • Call for gastric surgery to be standard diabetes treatment May 24, 2016
    By Kate Kelland LONDON (Reuters) - People with diabetes should be offered gastric surgery as a standard treatment option which could help control it for years without medication, the world's leading diabetes groups said. A joint statement from a 45-strong group said on Tuesday that bariatric, or metabolic, surgery could have a significant benefit for hu […]
  • Use obesity surgery more often for diabetes, guidelines urge May 24, 2016
    WASHINGTON (AP) — International diabetes organizations are calling for weight-loss surgery to become a more routine treatment option for diabetes, even for some patients who are only mildly obese.
  • Anthem CEO expects U.S. regulatory decision in July May 24, 2016
    By Caroline Humer NEW YORK (Reuters) - Anthem Inc Chief Executive Officer Joseph Swedish said on Tuesday the health insurer was pushing for approval from antitrust regulators reviewing its $51 billion acquisition of Cigna Corp and expects to hear a decision in July. Anthem's bid for Cigna followed closely after Aetna Inc's proposed $34 billion purc […]

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