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Mark Schweizer

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Mark is 44 years old and passionate nourishing advisor as well as expert in the range health, Fitness and medicine. His area of expertise includes the testing and evaluation of dietary supplements. With great care he publishes his self-tested experience reports, with which he would like to provide for a better clearing-up.

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Depression: Causes, Symptoms and Treatments

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Despite the fact that 17 million adult Americans experience depression in any given year, the condition is still misunderstood and stigmatized, preventing many from seeking treatment. Far from ...
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10 Pro’s und Con’s zur Verringerung Ihres Krebsrisikos

10 Pro’s und Con’s zur Verringerung Ihres Krebsrisikos
Jüngste Forschungsergebnisse über die Genetik von Krebs können den Eindruck erwecken, dass die Krankheit für manche Menschen vorbestimmt ist, was aber nicht unbedingt stimmt. Nach Angaben der American ...
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Autistic Brain Excels at Recognizing Patterns

Autistic Brain Excels at Recognizing Patterns
Brain regions associated with recognizing patterns tend to light up more in autistic people than the general population, perhaps explaining why those with autism often excel at visual ...
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Swine Flu May Cause Baldness

Swine Flu May Cause Baldness
Here’s a reason to get your flu shot that you probably haven’t considered: infection with swine flu may trigger baldness in a small number of people. A new ...
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Dogs’ Contagious Cancer Cells May Survive By Theft

Dogs’ Contagious Cancer Cells May Survive By Theft
An unusual type of tumor in dogs is contagious — it can be passed from animal to animal, usually during mating. Now a study shows how this sexually ...
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Are You Sitting Down? If You’re a College Senior, Probably

Are You Sitting Down? If You’re a College Senior, Probably
Forget the freshman 15. Weight gain during the first year of college may be the least of it — the likelihood of packing on pounds increases as students ...
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New Test May Screen Donated Blood for Fatal Disease-Causing Proteins

New Test May Screen Donated Blood for Fatal Disease-Causing Proteins
A new blood test can diagnose cases of variant Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease, a rare, fatal brain disease caused by proteins known as prions, according to U.K. researchers. Prions also ...
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Exercise Can’t Undo the Damage of Too Much Screen Time

Exercise Can’t Undo the Damage of Too Much Screen Time
Spending more than four hours a day sitting in front of a television or computer more than doubles your risk of dying from or being hospitalized for heart ...
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Melanoma Drug Shrinks Tumors, Study Finds

Melanoma Drug Shrinks Tumors, Study Finds
A new drug aimed at treating advanced melanoma has been found to shrink tumors in 80 percent of patients in an early trial, according to research done at ...
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Co-Conspirator Cells Contribute to Skin Cancer

Co-Conspirator Cells Contribute to Skin Cancer
Skin cancer is caused when cells grow out of control. But a new study finds there are previously unnoticed cells that help the cancer cells. The discovery of ...
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