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Banned supplement remains a concern in weight-loss products

(HealthDay)—Weight-loss and energy supplements sold in the United States may contain potentially harmful and inaccurately labeled levels of the banned stimulant higenamine, a new study finds. Higenamine is on the World Anti-Doping Agency's list of substances prohibited in sports, though it is legal for use in supplements in the United States, Canada and Europe. "We're urging competitive and amateur athletes, as well as general consumers, to think twice before consuming a product that contains higenamine," said study co-author John Travis. "Beyond the doping risk for athletes, some of these products contain extremely high doses of a stimulant with unknown safety...


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New Delhi: A recent study by HealthXP, one of India's leading online supplement store for buying genuine health and nutrition supplements puts Delhi on top in terms of number of health and fitness conscious individuals. The capital of India which garnered a 10.48 per cent share of the total number of shipments is followed by Bengaluru at 4.24 per cent of the total shipments and commercial capital Mumbai at 2.51 percent respectively. The finding has been concluded after a stringent city wise analysis of the number of orders placed for health supplements. It also reveals the growing awareness regarding a...
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Social media linked to negative body image

Washington DC: Constantly swiping through photos on Facebook or Instagram can result in negative perception of the physical self, finds a study. It is no secret that social media can blur the lines on what's real and what's fantasy, but new research shows how young women interact with images online can affect how they feel about their own bodies. The findings of the York University study appear in the journal Body Image. The study is focused on young women, aged 18 to 27 years old, who liked or commented on photos of people they deemed to be more attractive than...
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Transcendental meditation helps conflict veterans with PTSD, says study

Paris: Transcendental meditation -- the practice of effortless thinking -- may be as effective at treating PTSD in conflict veterans as traditional therapy, US researchers said Friday, in findings that could help tens of thousands deal with their trauma. Post traumatic stress disorder, a debilitating condition that can lead to psychosis, bipolar disorder or suicidal and homicidal thoughts, affects an estimated 14 per cent of US veterans who serve in Iraq or Afghanistan. The most common treatment for PTSD is a process known as prolonged exposure psychotherapy, which forces sufferers to re-experience traumatic events by confronting their memories of the...

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Jennie-O recalls 91,000 pounds of raw turkey amid salmonella outbreak

NEW YORK — Jennie-O Turkey is recalling more than 91,000 pounds of raw turkey in an ongoing salmonella outbreak. The recall is the first tied to an outbreak the U.S. Department of Agriculture says is widespread and likely affects a number of different producers in the industry. So far this year, the outbreak has resulted in one death and 164 reported illnesses in 35 states. About half of those sickened had to be hospitalized.Regulators did not say how many of those people were exposed to products sold by Jennie-O, a subsidiary of food industry giant Hormel. They say additional products...
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Healing through colours

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Low birth weight linked to diabetes

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