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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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New Study Cites Dangers in Energy Drinks for Kids

New Study Cites Dangers in Energy Drinks for Kids
Energy drinks have become a staple of supermarket shelves in recent years, differentiating themselves from sports drinks by adding caffeine, vitamins and supplements. But a new review in ...
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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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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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TV Reporter who Garbled Speech Suffered Migraine, Not Stroke

TV Reporter who Garbled Speech Suffered Migraine, Not Stroke
Serene Branson, the Los Angeles TV reporter whose garbled speech during a live broadcast at the Grammys on Sunday led many to believe she had suffered a stroke, ...
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Painkillers Reduce Antidepressants’ Effect, Study Suggests

Painkillers Reduce Antidepressants’ Effect, Study Suggests
Painkillers such as aspirin and ibuprofen could decrease the effectiveness of certain antidepressant medications, a new study suggests. Mice given both an anti-inflammatory drug (also called an NSAID, ...
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Neurons Lost in Alzheimer’s Created Anew from Stem Cells

Neurons Lost in Alzheimer’s Created Anew from Stem Cells
Scientists have transformed a human embryonic stem cell into a type of neuron that is vital for retrieving memories, but dies during the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease, ...
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Hormone Found to Help Stop Brain Swelling

Hormone Found to Help Stop Brain Swelling
The hormone vasopressin — long known to be key to maintaining the body’s water balance — can also prevent brain cells from swelling, according to a new study. ...
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Depression Among Cancer Patients May Be Overestimated

Depression Among Cancer Patients May Be Overestimated
The rate of depression among cancer patients has been overestimated, a review of dozens of studies suggests. According to the review, nearly 1 in 6 people with cancer ...
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Should We Worry About Scarlet Fever in the US?

Should We Worry About Scarlet Fever in the US?
The deaths of two children in Hong Kong from scarlet fever do not pose an immediate threat to U.S. children, public health experts say. The bacteria are unlikely ...
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Do People Still Catch the Plague?

Do People Still Catch the Plague?
Question: Does the plague still exist? Answer: In the 1300s, the Black Death, as plague was called, killed about one-third of the people in Europe. A combination of ...
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