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Jun, 29
2012

What's Going On? May 3-7

msmith Reuters published a study that said a couple cups of coffee may help heart patients. This is wonderful news for us coffee fiends; a study consisting of 374 patients who had a previously had a heart attack found those with normal blood pressure drinking one or two coffees a day were 88 percent less likely than non-coffee drinkers to develop a condition in which the heart fails to pump effectively.

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Jun, 29
2012

B-Vitamins

Michael Smith Blog - Know The Cause It has been a while since I've updated the old blog. I do apologize to our dear readers; we've been busy at Mediatrition with people in and out of the office, and I've been splitting time between the studio and the office to help pick up some of the slack. I even helped package books the other day! That was my job when I first began working for Doug at the tender age of 16! 

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Jun, 29
2012

What's Going On May 31 - June 4

msmith It is time for the latest installment of What's Going On, where we bring you some of the latest, and often strangest, news in the medical and health world. I apologize for the absence! 


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Jun, 29
2012

What's Going On June 7-11

msmith The AP reports  that more oil than was previously estimated may be gushing into the Gulf of Mexico. This is the latest in a long string of bad news coming from the Gulf. I grew up going to the Gulf Coast. We would spend summers camping out on Malachite Beach, body surfing and fishing in the bay. 

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Jun, 29
2012

What's Going On June 14-18

Michael Smith Blog - Know The Cause Health Day reports that having a high level of Vitamin D in your blood does not prevent cancer. What is interesting about this article is the title, which reads "Hopes Dashed that Vitamin D Reduces Cancer." Really? One study is going to negate a world of other studies? How melodramatic. 

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