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Daily consumption of ginger may reduce the risk of many chronic conditions, including high blood
pressure and coronary heart disease, says a new paper from Chinese researchers.



Soy isoflavones in foods or supplements, and some herbal remedies may help reduce menopause symptoms like hot flashes and vaginal dryness, according to a review of 62 studies.



Cranberry capsules lowered the risk of UTIs by 50 percent. In the cranberry treatment group, 19 percent of patients developed a UTI, compared with 38 percent of the placebo group.
However, the researchers point out that since a cranberry capsule provides the equivalent of 8 ounces of cranberry juice, a patient would need a lot of pure cranberry to prevent an infection.

You could be one of the millions of people deficient in the essential mineral, iron. Iron helps make red blood cells which carry oxygen throughout the body. Almost half of girls and almost one in four women have low iron intakes. A study found exercise enthusiasts were found to be at risk of anemia.

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Can Coffee or Tea Extend Survival With Diabetes?
A diagnosis of diabetes comes with a long list of "don'ts." But new research suggests that coffee and tea probably shouldn't be off-limits because each may help prevent an early death.
Early Onset of Pregnancy Complication May Raise Heart Risks
Women who develop pre-eclampsia earlier in pregnancy may be at increased risk for heart problems soon after giving birth, a new study finds.
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Does your skin need help?
Does your skin need a little help? First of all think about taking a high quality multi-vitamin/mineral formula each day…vitamins A,C,and E are essential to healthy skin but B complexes and amino acids are also critical. In the winter months in climates where indoor heating is a must our skin can take a big hit of dehydration. So, drink plenty of mineral rich waters and teas and keep your skin moisturized with natural products that prevent moisture loss. But be sure that your moisturizers are non-pore-clogging. Fatty acids, or essential fatty acids are important to protect the skin against the effects of aging so eat foods rich in natural oils. If your body does not process oils well you might want to add a fat digesting enzyme such as Lipase to your routine. Plant enzymes are wonderful helpers to keep your body functioning more appropriately. Collagen too is important so include vitamin C rich foods along with your protein drinks and protein rich foods. ... more

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