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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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Breast Implants May Make Cancer Harder to Find

Breast Implants May Make Cancer Harder to Find
Breast implants may make it more difficult to detect breast cancer at an early stage, a new analysis suggests. In the study of women with breast cancer, those ...
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Can a Vaccine Cure Obesity?

Can a Vaccine Cure Obesity?
Obese people may one day be able to get a vaccine to help them lose weight, a new study in mice suggests. The vaccine is designed to block ...
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Brain Scientists Discover a Tiny Traffic Cop

Brain Scientists Discover a Tiny Traffic Cop
Scientists have discovered a protein that helps direct traffic within brain cells. The discovery of the role filled by the protein, called MEC-17, could play a part in ...
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Can Herbs and Supplements Treat Hypertension?

Can Herbs and Supplements Treat Hypertension?
The aisles of a pharmacy are full of supplements and herbs claiming to lower blood pressure, but which ones really work? A pair of cardiologists combed the scientific ...
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Visualize Fruit: How an Action Plan Can Improve Your Diet

Visualize Fruit: How an Action Plan Can Improve Your Diet
To improve the way you eat, making an action plan and visualizing yourself carrying it out will help you reach your goals, according to a new study. People ...
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Is the 17 Day Diet Just Another Weight-Loss Gimmick?

Is the 17 Day Diet Just Another Weight-Loss Gimmick?
First it was the Atkins and South Beach diets, and then it was the Dukan Diet. But now, “The 17 Day Diet” (Free Press, 2011), created by California ...
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Genes Point to Risk for Silent Killer: Aortic Aneurysms

Genes Point to Risk for Silent Killer: Aortic Aneurysms
Scientists have identified genetic risk factors for suffering a thoracic aortic aneurysm — a condition in which the aorta, the largest blood vessel of the body that emerges ...
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The Best Apps for Your Health, Part 3: Fitness and Training Apps

The Best Apps for Your Health, Part 3: Fitness and Training Apps
Smart phone applications present opportunities for us to keep easier track of our health and fitness, in hopes of making it more likely that we’ll reach our goals. ...
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Top Medical News & Information Sites

Top Medical News & Information Sites
Navigating online health news, advice and tips can be somewhat confusing and misleading. The sheer amount of online information can also be intimidating. We’ve waded through more than ...
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Internet Use Linked to Teen Drinking

Internet Use Linked to Teen Drinking
Teens who drink alcohol spend more time using the computer for activities such as social networking than do those who don’t drink alcohol, according to a new study. ...
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