Latest Health News – November 2014

November 5, 2014 by  
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Dairy Reduces Longevity and Bone Health

People with high intake of cow’s milk might die younger than other people, according to a study published in the British Medical Journal.

And women who drink three or more glasses a day appear to suffer more fractures than low consumers, according to the Swedish researchers.

There is no increased chance of death among people who drink one glass per day or those that eat yoghurt.

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Diabetes Drug: Latest Research Shows Metformin May Decrease Levels of Thyroid- Stimulating Hormone (TSH)


This is what every chocolate lover wants to hear: ‘Cocoa May Be Superior to Medications in Improving Cognition in Older Adults’

Please note: In my opinion the small size of this study was not large enough to draw valid conclusions.


The Tragic Effects From a Drug That Was Given To Tens of Thousands of Australians Without Their Knowledge!


Have a Great Month!


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