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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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Alzheimer’s Often Misdiagnosed Until Later On

Alzheimer’s Often Misdiagnosed Until Later On
Of the people who develop Alzheimer’s disease before the age of 60 but do not yet display any memory problems, more than half may be misdiagnosed with other ...
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In Trauma Patients, Steroids May Reduce Pneumonia Risk

In Trauma Patients, Steroids May Reduce Pneumonia Risk
Providing severe trauma patients with doses of steroids may reduce their risk of developing pneumonia in the hospital, a new study says. Patients that received low doses of ...
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Will USDA’s New ‘Plate’ Icon Make a Difference in American Diets?

Will USDA’s New ‘Plate’ Icon Make a Difference in American Diets?
The U.S.  Department of Agriculture unveiled a new icon today designed to assist Americans in their daily food choices. Called MyPlate, the icon represents a plate of food ...
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Can Changing Your Diet Decrease Your Risk of Alzheimer’s?

Can Changing Your Diet Decrease Your Risk of Alzheimer’s?
A healthy diet isn’t just good for your body — it’s good for your brain and may help to ward off Alzheimer’s disease, a new study suggests. But ...
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Preventive Measures Against Alzheimer’s Still Uncertain, Report Finds

Preventive Measures Against Alzheimer’s Still Uncertain, Report Finds
Many factors have been suggested to reduce the risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease, from consuming certain foods in our diet to increasing the amount of exercise we get, ...
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Exercise During Pregnancy Benefits Baby’s Heart

Exercise During Pregnancy Benefits Baby’s Heart
Exercise during pregnancy benefits not just the mother’s heart, but her baby’s heart as well, a new study finds. The results show regular exercise during pregnancy lowers the ...
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Hypertension Death Rate Drops, But Fatalities Still High

Hypertension Death Rate Drops, But Fatalities Still High
Even though death rates for people with high blood pressure have decreased since the 1970s, they are still higher than those of people without the condition, according to ...
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More Years of Schooling Have Healthful Effect on Blood Pressure

More Years of Schooling Have Healthful Effect on Blood Pressure
People who’ve completed more levels of education have lower blood pressure than their less-educated counterparts, and the effect is especially strong in women, according to a new study. ...
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Heavy Beer Drinkers Increase Their Gastric Cancer Risk

Heavy Beer Drinkers Increase Their Gastric Cancer Risk
Heavy beer drinkers have an increased risk of gastric cancer, especially if they possess a certain gene variant, a new study suggests. People who drink two to three ...
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Weight Gain: How Food Actually Puts on Pounds

Weight Gain: How Food Actually Puts on Pounds
There seems to be no end to the variety of diets for losing weight. The Mediterranean diet, the Atkins diet and the South Beach diet are just a ...
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