Canned Soup linked with BPA spike in Urine

AFP (Agence France-Presse) PEOPLE who ate canned soup for five days straight saw their urinary levels of the chemical bisphenol A (BPA) spike 1200 % compared to those who ate fresh soup, US researchers found. “We’ve known for a while that drinking beverages that have been
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Regulate Junk Food Marketing, Consumers say

SOUTH Australia’s Health Minister John Hill says phone surveys show most consumers want the government to regulate the way junk food is marketed to children. Fifteen years ago, one-tenth of four-year-old girls and boys in South Australia were overweight or obese, but that figure
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Sperm damage possible via Wi-Fi

Catherine Hanrahan Radiation from the laptop connected to Wi-Fi was three times higher than without Wi-Fi, and at least seven times higher than control conditions. USING a laptop connected to the internet via Wi-Fi could be decreasing men’s fertility by affecting their sperm quality,
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How can exercise prevent osteoporosis?

Muscle pulling on bone builds bone, so weight-bearing exercise builds denser, stronger bones. The more bone mass you build before age of 30, the better off you will be during the later years. Menopause, which usually happens around age 51, dramatically speeds up bone loss. Even during
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New Unique Comprehensive Health Assessment Program

New Unique Comprehensive Health Assessment Program We are offering a wholistic plan for health to people through the centre. This involves the pooling of perspective, tests and experience to patients from a GP , Acupuncturist and Naturopath initially. This can range from a basic annua
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