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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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Abused Girls Show Much Higher Heart Disease Risk

Abused Girls Show Much Higher Heart Disease Risk
Girls who were severely abused as children have higher risks for heart attacks, heart disease and stroke as adults, a new study says. Women who experienced repeated episodes ...
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Keep Cigarettes ‘Out of Sight’ in Stores, NYC Mayor Says

Keep Cigarettes ‘Out of Sight’ in Stores, NYC Mayor Says
Cigarettes and other tobacco products may vanish from view in retail stores in New York City if health officials in the city have their way. A bill unveiled ...
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Virtual Weight Loss: Online Meetings Yield Healthy Results

Virtual Weight Loss: Online Meetings Yield Healthy Results
Online weight-loss support programs have been gaining in popularity, and a new study suggests that for some, they work better than their real-world counterparts in building a person’s ...
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Food Additives Could Be Hazardous to Health

Food Additives Could Be Hazardous to Health
One of the first habits I try to get clients to kick is their addiction to processed foods. Sure, these foods can be convenient, but they are almost ...
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10 New Ways to Eat Well

10 New Ways to Eat Well
Some supplements may be worth their weight For two nutrients, mounting evidence has shown that taking supplements may be beneficial: vitamin D and omega-3 fatty acids. For example, ...
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Hepatitis C Drug Interferon Linked to Depression in Patients

Hepatitis C Drug Interferon Linked to Depression in Patients
Hepatitis is associated with a high rate of depression. A common drug used to treat hepatitis, interferon, can also cause depression. A new review of studies on the ...
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Dental X-Rays Linked to Increased Brain Tumor Risk

Dental X-Rays Linked to Increased Brain Tumor Risk
People who’ve had frequent dental X-rays may have an increased risk of developing meningioma, a type of brain tumor, new research suggests. People in the study with meningioma ...
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Diabetes Drug May Someday Repair Alzheimer’s Damage

Diabetes Drug May Someday Repair Alzheimer’s Damage
The diabetes drug metformin may spur the growth of new brain cells, which could have benefits for Alzheimer’s patients, a new Canadian study on mice suggests. The study ...
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Older Women with Heart Condition Have Higher Stroke Risk than Men

Older Women with Heart Condition Have Higher Stroke Risk than Men
Older women with irregular heart rhythms may be at a slightly higher risk for suffering a stroke, compared with men, according to a new study from Sweden. Researchers surveyed ...
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Older Brains Work Harder to Multitask

Older Brains Work Harder to Multitask
As humans age, their brains may need to work harder to multitask, new research from Japan suggests. In the study, older people’s brains showed more activity in the ...
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