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Emerging Evidence that Epicatechin Improves Cognitive Function

Bioactive flavonoids include several subclasses, among them flavanols, a group of monomeric flavan-3-ols and their oligomeric or polymeric counterparts, procyanidins. Epicatechin and catechin are f […] 8 more words

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Homeopathy | 8 Ayurvedic Herbs for Vitality, Joy & Peace of Mind

Learn about eight different Ayurvedic herbs and their traditional uses for supporting the heart, brain, and more from Ayurvedic practitioner KP Khalsa.  […]

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NIHR newsletter

The latest newsletter from the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) has been published. The newsletter features the development of a strategy to involve teenage and young adult cancer patients in research, and recent research on a blood test to provide a quick diagnosis of pre-eclampsia, identifying patients who need knee replacment and the use of mobility body monitors. 48 more words

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NICE newsletter

The latest newsletter from the National Institute of Health and Care Excellence (NICE) includes details of podcasts on asthma control; news about guidelines on pregnancy termination and on lung cancer treatment, and of a new patient decision aid to help asthma patients choose an inhaler. 26 more words

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Nigel Shelby's Mother Speaks Out: He Was More Than A 'Kid That Was Bullied For Being Gay And Took His Own Life'

The country has been mourning the tragic passing of 15-year-old boy Nigel Shelby who took his own liofe after being bullied in school for being gay. 406 more words

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