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The human body requires small amounts of iron and low levels of iron can lead to a microcytic anemia, fatigue, and impaired immune function. Iron deficiency anemia is still seen in some children and women of childbearing age. For many years the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has required...
 
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The regular consumption of tea has been repeatedly associated with a reduced risk of cardiovascular disease (CVD) and at least several types of cancer. A recent study in Japan followed over 12,000 people 65 to 84 for over 5 years. They found that the risk of dying from CVD...
 

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There is already convincing evidence that people who drink more tea suffer fewer heart attacks and strokes. Some of the phytochemicals found in tea might help prevent and/or slow the progression of at least several types of cancer. Epidemiological data have fairly consistently found that people who drink more tea are less likely to lose ... Tea for the Mind
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The health and nutrition news updates were far more optimistic than any of the financial news for 2009. Studies keep showing that lower body weight, more fruits and vegetables, less salt, less sugar, less fat and getting enough Vitamin D from the sun are important. Here is an overview of what we learned from this ... Best Nutrition Lessons from 2009
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  This year close to 40,000 Americans will be diagnosed with cancer of the kidney. About 13,000 Americans will die from kidney cancer. Both the incidence and death rate from kidney cancer are on the rise. In the past 20 years, the death rate from kidney cancer has nearly...