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Researchers Propose New Treatment to Prevent Kidney Stones

Researchers have found evidence that a natural fruit extract is capable of dissolving calcium oxalate crystals, the most common component of human kidney stones. This finding could lead to the first advance in the treatment of calcium oxalate stones in 30 years. 689 more words

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What is Garcinia Cambogia?
Garcinia Cambogia is a small, pumpkin-like fruit grown in parts of India and Asia. The extract derived from the fruit rind contains hydroxycitric acid (HCA), which is thought to work as an appetite suppressant and fat burner. 106 more words

What happens to house building if there is a slump in house prices?

It is this it is at this time of year that that many housing associations publish their results for the past year. The housing press is full of the size of their surpluses. 264 more words


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How to approach teaching someone about life with your condition

If we as patients can start thinking of ourselves as teachers, we can impact others in areas of health promotion. 159 more words


2016 Sarah Cannon Days of Service Recap

Sarah Cannon volunteers at the Martha O’Bryan Center on June 22, 2016.

Sarah Cannon volunteers assembling and moving furniture at the Martha O’Bryan Center on June 22, 2016. 476 more words

"Hands On Nashville"

Emily Hall & Heritage Craft Association: preserving tradition

Great to see Emily Hall featured in the Heritage Crafts Association Newspaper along with several of my photographs showing Emily working in her studio.

‘Founded seven years ago by a small group of makers and those interested in craft, the Heritage Craft Association (HCA) is the only national organisation that safeguards and promotes traditional craft skills in the UK.

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Co-Regulation is dead, long live Co-Regulation

We need a new approach to co-regulation, the Government isn’t interested and increasingly nor is the regulator. More’s the point, as greater freedoms are given to Housing Associations, neither are they (for the most part). 668 more words

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