Serena Williams still feels knee pain but ready for Miami Open – MiamiHerald.com

The biggest tennis stars don’t come out until Thursday and Friday, but the fans who attended the Miami Open on Wednesday went home with plenty to talk about. She is coached by Martina Hingis’ mother and last year became the youngest U.S. Open quarterfinalist since Hingis. In between was the return of two-time Key Biscayne …

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Skin Care Regimen For A Combination Skin

by classic_film Skin Care Regimen for a Combination Skin People with combination skin hardly realise their skin type. It is hard to identify a combination skin in comparison to a dry skin or an oily skin. A combination skin can be defined as one that possesses the characteristics of both oily and dry skin. A …

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kary andrews — onhealthylife.com

by UNICEF Ethiopia Various health supplements are beneficial to those people who suffer from high cholesterol level, obesity, and heart disease. It has the ability to reduce these diseases into a significant normal level suited for the body’s functions. It is not actually enough to consume natural and healthy foods to supply all the functions …

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Having Loved And Lost, One Man Takes On Medical Malpractice In India

Dr. Kunal Saha (far right) and Anuradha were married in Calcutta, India in 1985. She died 11 years later after being prescribed a dangerous dose of a steroid. Courtesy of Kunal Sahahide caption itoggle caption Courtesy of Kunal Saha People sometimes ask Dr. Kunal Saha if he is married. His wife, Anuradha, died on May …

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Prostate cancer patient gives back to MD Anderson – Palm Beach Daily News

About nine years ago, after being treated in New York for a few years for prostate cancer, William B. Finneran asked two friends to suggest a doctor who could render a second opinion. His prostate-specific antigen numbers were high, and doctors in New York suggested surgery to remove his prostate, he said. The friends with …

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Alcohol’s Effects On Adolescent’s Brain

by Blue Mountains Local Studies Teenage is a time of transition, physically, socially, and emotionally. The adolescent brain is within transition also. Although essential structural and functional alterations happen in the brain from childhood to adulthood, during adolescence such changes are tremendous. During adolescence, the brain undergoes a major remodeling relating the formation of recent …

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VolitionRx, ImmuneHealth Collaborate on Prostate Cancer Study – GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – VolitionRx today announced a collaboration with ImmuneHealth on a pilot study to asses the feasibility of VolitionRx’s technology for detecting prostate cancer.  In the study, which was initiated today, ImmuneHealth, a Belgian contract research organization, will use VolitionRx’s NuQ assays to analyze 120 blood samples from patients across four Belgian hospitals. …

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Burn Fat Even While Resting

by Eric.Parker   Great! That surely seems to be a wonderful weight loss plan. I can be a couch potato and burn fat. I’m sure there’s a catch somewhere. I have dieted long enough to know that the more I sit around, the less weight I loose. So what is the gimmick?   Its not …

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6 Remedies For Acne Scar Removal THat Can Help Clear Your Skin Up

by Lou Grimes ~ One popular remedy for acne scar removal which many people find effective is to apply a mixture of cucumber and tomato juice to your face. Tomatoes are known for their antioxidant qualities, and can help prevent the skin being damaged at the cellular levels. It also helps strengthen the immune system …

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Christie Brinkley on Skin Care and the Secret to Staying Young – Elle (blog)

Christie Brinkley was the ultimate ’80s beach babe supermodel—that blond Aqua Net-infused hair, three-time Sports Illustrated cover-worthy body, and a smile that would put any current model’s duck face to shame. And today, at 61 and with a career spanning more than four decades (and after all those years in the sun), the California poster girl looks just as gorgeous as …

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