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Brain Training – Make You Smarter?

  NN News     2 May 2013   Explanation: How Brain Training Can Make You Significantly Smarter As many people hit middle age, they often start to notice that their memory and mental clarity are not what they used to be.  We suddenly can't remember where we put the keys just a moment ago, or an old acquaintance's name, or the name of an old band we used to love.  As the brain fades, we eup ...

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Signs of Low Testosterone and How to Address It

NN News: Valerie Johnston- Signs of Low Testosterone and How to Address It Testosterone is the lifeblood of man. So, when most guys hear the phrase “low testosterone,” they start to quiver just a bit. While many men like to boast their manliness, low testosterone is actually a condition that affects more than 13 million American men. It can have a variety of consequences—yes, in the bedroom, but also in oth ...

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You Have Cancer! Yes U Do – Here’s how to Prevent it

  5 warning signs outlined by Dr Brownstein, a US trained board certified doctor who leads a Holistic Center of Medicine in Michigan, and 7 good ways to prevent it by improving your immune system is some of the best FREE information I've seen.  This type of information, to date, I've only seen in books that cost $20 or more or required going to a course.  Watch Dr Brownstein's presentation for FREE at ...

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DON’T EAT ME CANCER – New Stanford Study Finds CD-47

Property of No Negative News (www.nnnews.org) A new study published by the Stanford University School of Medicine showed that HUMAN tumors transplanted into lab mice shrank or DISAPPEARED altogether when scientists treated the animals with a single antibody. Why is this important?  Because CD-47 is on NORMAL tissues, but also on CANCER tissues.  Stanford showed that, at least in the laboratory, cancer can A ...

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FREE Pancakes to Help Sick Kids

Tuesday 5 February 2013 is National Pancake Day. International House of Pancakes (IHOP) is giving away ONE short stack of pancakes (in hopes of patrons giving a donations to the Children's Miracle Network). David Shaw, Executive Chef of IHOP, said that money raised in the community stays in the local community. Chef Shaw also stated “We hope that people come out and enjoy a stack and be generous.” You can g ...

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Flu Season Tips

As you probably heard, the 2013 flu season is being considered an epidemic. Here are some suggestions from the CDC (Center for Disease Control) to reduce the effect of the flu on your family: 1. Take the Flu Vaccine (Editor's note - some hospitals such as Bay Care in Tampa, FL require employees to wear a mask if they do not get the flu vaccine) 2. Take everyday preventative actions to stop the spread of ger ...

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There is ALWAYS Hope if you are still here!!! And MORE Hope after you Depart

  Delete Delete     This thought came to me as I was working in the "back 40" (aka yard) with my ever-present Sharpie at hand (thanks “Tricky” Steve Morley for the tip!) I inked it on my backyard planter made from recycled parts. Most people have had thoughts of suicide and/or near death experiences and ALL of us are still here today because God willed it & YOU had the will to overcome th ...

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The Beginning of the End of Aids

Health Commentary: Happy New Year from the staff at No Negative News! We know it's not quite the New Year YET, but what better way to prime the New Year pump than to let you know that a “Beginning of the End of Aids” appears to be upon us. After 30 years and 30 million deaths, “the beginning of the end of AIDS” may be on the horizon, due [to] amazing scientific breakthroughs, according to a new scientific p ...

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The Beginning of the End of AIDS?

      30 August 2012 - No Negative News- In a 23 August 2012 publication the New England Journal of Medicine boldly claims that we may have a "Beginning of the End" of AIDS (HIV/Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome).  What GREAT news!  Definitely NOT Negative News Friend. The NEJM writes, "We are at a moment of extraordinary optimism in the response to the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). A ...

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Eat Smart for a Healthier Brain

NNNews.org   Delete This article is shared from WebMD.com   By Carol Sorgen Reviewed by Louise Chang, MD Eat Smart for a Healthier Brain Add these 'superfoods' to your daily diet, and you will increase your odds of maintaining a healthy brain for the rest of your life.  There's no denying that as we age chronologically, our body ages right along with us. But research is showing that you can increa ...

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