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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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YouTube May Help Elderly Dementia Patients

YouTube May Help Elderly Dementia Patients
The video sharing website YouTube could help treat elderly patients’ dementia,  a new study finds. The results show YouTube can be used as a tool to conduct so-called ...
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Brain Functioning Decline Higher in Southern ‘Stroke Belt’

Brain Functioning Decline Higher in Southern ‘Stroke Belt’
People who live in the “Stroke Belt” — a group of eight southeastern states where stroke is 50 percent more prevalent than in other U.S. states — also ...
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8 Tips for Healthy Aging

8 Tips for Healthy Aging
U.S. residents are generally living longer these days, but more and more of them are developing chronic diseases, such as diabetes and heart disease, that will shorten their ...
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Alzheimer’s Vs. Normal Aging: How to Tell the Difference

Alzheimer’s Vs. Normal Aging: How to Tell the Difference
Everyone’s memory gets worse with age, so how can you tell the difference between normal aging and signs of Alzheimer’s disease? There definitely is a distinction between the ...
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Soy Compounds May Cut Risk of Some Breast Cancers

Soy Compounds May Cut Risk of Some Breast Cancers
PHILADELPHIA — Compounds found in soy, called isoflavones, can decrease the risk of developing certain types of breast cancer, a new study suggests. The finding is in line ...
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Estrogen May Curb Breast Cancer As Well As Promote It

Estrogen May Curb Breast Cancer As Well As Promote It
Estrogen is known to promote the growth of breast cancer cells, but a new study suggests this hormone also may reduce the number of stem cells that initiate ...
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Flu Season Worse Than Usual

Flu Season Worse Than Usual
If you thought flu season seemed particularly bad this year, you’d be right. Monthly reports of the flu have exceeded those of last season for the last five ...
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Most Young Flu Victims Had Not Been Vaccinated, Fatality Report Says

Most Young Flu Victims Had Not Been Vaccinated, Fatality Report Says
Of the 115 U.S. children known to have died of the flu between September 2010 and August 2011, half had no known medical condition that put them at ...
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Indoor Tanners Use Beds Despite Boosting Skin Cancer Risk

Indoor Tanners Use Beds Despite Boosting Skin Cancer Risk
Many teens and young adults who tan indoors do so despite knowing the health risks of the practice, according to a new survey. The results show 86 percent ...
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Gene Therapy May Ease Tremors in Parkinson’s Patients

Gene Therapy May Ease Tremors in Parkinson’s Patients
Inserting a particular gene into the brains of patients with Parkinson’s disease could reduce symptoms of the disease, including tremors, and also improve patients’ ability to move, according ...
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