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What are the Tinnitus Acupuncture Herbs?

Posted June 5, 2013

Tinnitus is a medical condition in which the patient hears a ringing or buzzing sound in the ears which results from a kind of an illusion. A variation of this condition may result in a certain humming sound, swooshing sound or a blowing sound in the ears.

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Researchers developing device that could improve sound resolution for deaf individuals who opt for cochlear implants

Posted April 5, 2013

The cochlear implant is widely considered to be the most successful neural prosthetic on the market. The implant, which helps deaf individuals perceive sound, translates auditory information into electrical signals that go directly to the brain, bypassing cells that don’t serve this function as they should because they are damaged.

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Red Wine And Red Grapes Help Protect Against Hearing Loss And Cognitive Decline

Posted February 24, 2013

Red wine and red grapes contain resveratrol, a substance which appears to protect against hearing loss and cognitive decline, researchers from the Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit, reported in Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery.

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Move over wine: Beer can be good for heart health too

Posted April 30, 2012

Meta-analysis shows beer has cardiovascular benefits like wine
Wine is known to be good for heart health, but for people who enjoy a cold glass of brewed hops, heres some good news: A new study shows beer can also be good for the heart.

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Study affirms ‘mediterranean diet’ improves heart health

Posted April 30, 2012

A team of Johns Hopkins researchers has uncovered further evidence of the benefits of a balanced diet that replaces white bread and pasta carbohydrates with unsaturated fat from avocados, olive oil and nuts foods typical of the so-called Mediterranean diet.

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Adding Colors to Plates Make Kids’ Diet More Nutritious

Posted April 30, 2012

Introducing more color to meals can make picky eating kids to consume more nutritionally diverse diets, according to a new study. The study by Cornell University finds that colorful food fare is more appealing to children than adults. Specifically, food plates with seven different items and six different colors are particularly appealing to children, while adults tend to prefer fewer colors only three items and three colors.

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MenaQ7

Posted April 30, 2012

Preliminary findings of a study conducted on MenaQ7

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Cocoa offers consistent benefits for heart health: Meta-analysis

Posted April 30, 2012

Consumption of cocoa and the compounds it contains offer significant and consistent benefits to blood flow and blood pressure, says a new meta-analysis of 42 studies.

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Probiotic Aids Heart Along with Digestion

Posted April 30, 2012

A probiotic juice that contains Institut Rosell’s proprietary Lactobacillus plantarum 299v (Lp299v) probiotic strain reduced myocardial infarct size in rats in a new study led by Dr. John Baker from the Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee (FASEB J. 2012 Jan 12). GoodBelly, a line of dairy-free probiotic juice drinks that contains Lp299v, decreased circulating leptin levels, reduced myocardial infarcts size and improved mechanical function, which are all necessary for proper heart health.

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Hamster study reveals cholesterol-lowering potential of lupin

Posted April 30, 2012

Whole lupin seed and lupin protein isolate could emerge as new players in the cardiovascular health ingredients market after demonstrating cholesterol-lowering effects in hamsters, according to a study from Brazil.

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