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Could immunotherapy cure brain cancer?

A promising combination of immunotherapies delivers a one-two punch to brain cancer tumours with high cure rates in mice, scientific evidence published in Nature Communications says. Researchers at the Children’s…

 
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Health News: Not a Good Mix While green tea is often promoted for its health benefits, a recent study found that it is not good to mix with a high-iron…

 
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Join The Fight To Save Our Supplements

Right now the natural health product industry is going through a battle to remain upholding the same safe and effective quality that exists today. In order to maintain the current…

 
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Voice Your Opinion On Regulating NHP’s

Health Canada is still on verge of trying to regulate Natural Health Products in the same manner as drugs but what this means for consumers is that they need to…

 
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The Fight Against The American Dental Association Mercury Use In Fillings Continues

Dentists are still using amalgams for fillings that contain mercury, although they are alternatives, and many studies continue to support that this is large problem. Studies have proven that mercury…

 
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Yoga Might Not Be All The Exercise You Need

The general style of yoga, which incorporates most styles of yoga, is very popular method of exercise and meditation within North America. The practice of this yoga has been assessed…

 
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Fall and Winter Months Call For More Vitamin D

The UK is taking important steps to ensure residence are aware of how they can start taking care of their health in a very specific way, with vitamin D. The…

 
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Stem Cells Study Shows Possibly Prevention of Osteoporosis Cause By Autoimmune Drugs

A study reported in Stem Cells Translational Medicine, shared results that show great strides of process in which stem cells could one day be used to prevent a type of…

 
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Eye for a Banana Important pigments for eye health, carotenoids, are found at various levels in different banana varieties. Researchers are now trying to understand how exactly bananas make and…

 
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Jump Around

A recent study found that there is an association between common movements like jumping, running and walking at 18 months and stronger bones as an adolescent. The idea is that…

 
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A Glass a Day Keeps The Doctor Away

Having a glass of red wine is said to have a number of health benefits. Scientists have given red wine lovers another reason to celebrate by discovering another health benefit,…

 
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Got sleep apnea? Help may be around the corner

One in every five Canadian adults suffers from sleep apnea, a disorder defined by long pauses between breaths during sleep. However, many patients cannot tolerate the most effective therapy on…

 
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Could your skincare routine be giving you mercury poisoning?

The FDA is currently circulating a consumer update advising against the use of any beauty product formulated with mercury, which the organization does not allow in cosmetics. The update explains…

 
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Head outside to naturally boost vitamin D levels

With summer weather in full swing, now’s the best time to head outside and catch sun’s rays. And, according to the Vitamin D Society, summer is the best time for…

 
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Antibiotics can stop growth of new brain cells

Antibiotics strong enough to kill off gut bacteria can also stop the growth of new brain cells in the hippocampus—a section of the brain associated with memory, recent study shows….

 
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Food Recall Warning

Seoul Trading Corporation is recalling Choripdong brand frozen Seafood Mix Pancake from the marketplace because it may contain egg ,which is not declared on the label. If you have an…

 
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Risks related to certain preservatives in cosmetic, non-prescription and natural health products

Health Canada is informing consumers of potential risks related to the combination of methylisothiazolinone and methylchloroisothiazolinone (MI/MCI) used as a preservative in certain leave-on cosmetic, non-prescription and natural health products….

 
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Raising funds for Parkinson’s research

On Saturday, May 7, Harry McMurtry, who has Parkinson’s disease, started his 500-mile walk from New York City to his hometown, Toronto, to raise money for Parkinson’s research.   McMurtry…

 
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Lawsuit to force the federal government to stop overbilling of Quebecois patients

On May 2nd, a petition was filed with the Federal Court of Canada to force the Minister of Health to prevent the overbilling of medical patients through extra fees. The…

 
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Sun is good for you, study finds

Swedish women who avoid sunshine shorten their lifespan by the same amount as smoking, according to latest research published in the Journal of Internal Medicine. Like the Swedes, Canadians need…

 
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Mandarin MS Walk – Toronto

25 years of raising funds to end MS WHO: Over 18,000 participants will celebrate the power of coming together to change the lives of Canadians affected by MS at MS…

 
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Diabetes and Diet: Which way do I turn?

How to best prevent and manage this debilitating disease By Lisa Cantkier, Holistic Nutritionist You are probably aware that diabetes is a growing epidemic in the western world. In Canada…

 
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Chaga: Healing Ability, Hope or Just Hype?

Shedding some light on this natural ingredient By Lisa Cantkier, Nutritionist If you’re searching for ways to support your immune system naturally, then chaga might be for you. Chaga mushrooms…

 
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The 2016 Green Living Show

VivaMagOnline will be a part of the 2016 Green Living Show that will take place at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre on April 15-17. This will be the 10th annual…

 
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Is salmon you eat contaminated with medications?

According to new research, tissues of migratory chinook salmon and local staghorn sculpin caught in Puget Sound near Seattle, Washington, tested positive for cocaine, antidepressants, antiseptics and other medications.  …

 
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