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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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Common Cold Virus May Unlock Key to Fighting Cancer

Common Cold Virus May Unlock Key to Fighting Cancer
The adenovirus — the virus responsible for the common cold — is a master at tricking cells into sidestepping their natural suicide program when they are infected. Now, ...
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US Trend: Longer Lives But Fewer Healthy Years

US Trend: Longer Lives But Fewer Healthy Years
Although our life expectancy has doubled over the past 50 years, we now spend fewer years in good health, a new study suggests. A 20-year-old today will live ...
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Teenage Brains Particularly Vulnerable to Concussions

Teenage Brains Particularly Vulnerable to Concussions
Teens may be more vulnerable to the effects of concussions than either adults or younger children, a new study says. In the study, teens had larger impairments on ...
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Brain Microbleeds Provide Clue for Alzheimer’s Disease Origins

Brain Microbleeds Provide Clue for Alzheimer’s Disease Origins
Brain microbleeds, stemming from tiny, ruptured blood vessels, might help explain how blood vessel damage and amyloid plaque buildup work together to cause Alzheimer’s disease, a new review ...
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ADHD Drug May Help Wake People Up After Surgery

ADHD Drug May Help Wake People Up After Surgery
The drug Ritalin, prescribed to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), may help patients wake up after they’ve been placed under general anesthesia, a new study in animals ...
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Gloomy Outlook Works Against Medication’s Effects

Gloomy Outlook Works Against Medication’s Effects
Just as a placebo can fool the mind and bring about real positive effects on the body, expecting that a drug will not work, or that you’re not ...
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Haunt Cuisine: 8 Safety Tips for Trick-or-Treaters with Allergies

Haunt Cuisine: 8 Safety Tips for Trick-or-Treaters with Allergies
Intro Costumes and candy make Halloween fun, but for kids with food and other allergies, they can pose hidden dangers. Here are some tips from the American Academy ...
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Weight Lifting Helps Breast Cancer Survivors Avoid Dreaded Malady

Weight Lifting Helps Breast Cancer Survivors Avoid Dreaded Malady
Contrary to decades of doctors’ advice, a new study has found that a weight lifting may not put women at risk for developing lymphedema after breast cancer surgery. ...
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The Healthy Geezer: Is Pain a Necessary Part of Aging?

The Healthy Geezer: Is Pain a Necessary Part of Aging?
Question: Is pain a necessary part of aging? Answer: It is very difficult to avoid physical pain as you get older. However, as many people age, they complain ...
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Shining a Light on the Pros and Cons of Laser Hair Removal

Shining a Light on the Pros and Cons of Laser Hair Removal
In a culture where hair on the head is the only kind that’s prized, laser hair removal has joined a bevy of other cosmetic procedures in popularity. Despite ...
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