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More meals, less amount: Healthier intake

 03/16/2015 - 17:35
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From each person’s cultural or family habits, to their rhythm of life, the factors contributing to the number of daily meals a person eats are many and quite varied. So are the studies carried out in the field. The latest of these indicates that people who eat more meals containing less amount of food throughout the day tend not only have a lower calorie intake, but also to eat healthier than those who eat large amounts of food in a smaller number of meals.

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Are French fries, chocolate or pizza really addictive?

 03/16/2015 - 17:33
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Who doesn’t know what it feels like to try to eat only on French fry, for example, and in an instant being aware that you have to have more? A very common behavior, at times labeled as “addictive”, that also infers to foods such as chocolate or pizza and that now could have a scientific explanation, as a recent study by the University of Michigan reveals.

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No es gripe todo lo que usted cree

 03/04/2015 - 17:39
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Puede que usted sea una de esas personas que todos los inviernos sufre de fiebre, dolor de cabeza o garganta y mocos, síntomas que, sin ninguna duda achaca a la gripe. Sin embargo, ha de saber que el origen de ese malestar no siempre es consecuencia de una gripe; al menos según revela un estudio del Imperial College London, el cual concluye que una persona adulta tan solo coge la gripe a lo largo de una década, una media de dos veces. 

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Measles are also a concern for Europe

 03/04/2015 - 12:13
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The US is not the only country that, in the wake of the outbreak unleashed in an amusement park in the state of California at the end of 2014, is leading a crusade against the measles: in the European continent this disease has also become a health problem that raises concerns.

This has been stated by the World Health Organization in a press release in which it urges governments as well as health officials and parents to collaborate in its efforts to eradicate the disease in the continent through vaccination, especially in those groups at an age of risk.

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Pennsylvania taxpayers join the fight against breast cancer

 03/04/2015 - 12:12
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The Pennsylvania Breast Cancer Coalition (PBCC) will award the funds obtained from donations made by taxpayers during their tax payments. In all, over three million were raised in their Refunds for Research campaign –an initiative enabling citizens of Pennsylvania to directly donate the money from tax refunds to this cause. 

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