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Inflammatory Bowel Disease and Crohn’s Higher Among City Folks Compared To Farmers – Babies Exposed And Hygiene

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Inflammatory Bowel Disease and Crohn’s Higher Among City Folks Compared To Farmers – Babies Exposed And Hygiene

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(Best Syndication) German researchers say that babies who are in regular contact with farm animals are less likely to develop inflammatory bowel disease compared to other kids. It is possible that kids who are in proximity to farm animals develop a better immunity.

Katja Radon, MSc, has come up with a "hygiene hypothesis" for the reason. When kids are exposed to certain things they develop a stronger immunity to those microbes. The microbes are more plentiful in barns than in homes without farm animals, Radon says. This may explain why studies have found that allergies are rarer among people who had regular contact with farm animals early in life.

Radon works in Munich, Germany, as the head of the unit for occupational and environmental epidemiology & NetTeaching at Ludwig-Maximilians-University. The research was conducted via questionnaire.

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Coffee Consumption Linked To Reduce Risk For Liver Cancer – Cause and Effect Not Yet Certain

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Coffee Consumption Linked To Reduce Risk For Liver Cancer – Cause and Effect Not Yet Certain

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(Best Syndication) Researchers say that coffee drinkers are less likely to have liver cancer, the third leading cause of cancer death in the world after lung and stomach cancers. There is a 41 percent risk reduction of hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) among coffee drinkers compared to those who never drank coffee.

The study led by Francesca Bravi of the Istituto di Ricerche Farmacologiche Mario Negri in Milan, Italy, used a meta-analysis of published studies to build their findings. They poured over various published studies conducted in Europe and Asia and evaluated their results as a whole.

The researchers report that "Moreover, the apparent favorable effect of coffee drinking was found both in studies from southern Europe, where coffee is widely consumed, and from Japan, where coffee consumption is less frequent, and in subjects with chronic liver diseases."

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Over The Counter Hemroids Treatment

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Over The Counter Hemroids Treatment

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At present several over the counter options for treating hemroids are available. Though these treatments may or may not cure hemroids, symptoms can be eased. For instance, if you experience anal itching symptoms, you can choose from a variety of over the counter products available.

The number and types of over the counter hemroids treatments are equivalent to number of active ingredients. However, you can’t claim one treatment to be better than the other. You can pick any, as per your preference, from the following:

• Cream
• Foam
• Ointment
• Suppository
• Pad
• Gel

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Candida Overgrowth Syndrome

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Candida Overgrowth Syndrome

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Many women (and men) suffering from yeast infections resort to the remedies found in a drug store: creams, suppositories, and other "medical" remedies. The problem with these is that they tend to help for only a short period of time and then the yeast comes back with a vengeance. In my experience, there are other, more effective ways to combat this evil menace.

A number of medications are available for skin yeast infection in the form of tablets, capsules, creams, and suppositories etc. A popular family of anti-yeast drugs called Azole drugs (ending in the suffix azole) is effective against yeast causing infection of skin. These drugs act by blocking the manufacture of a compound ergosterol, lacking which the yeast cell dies soon. Since ergosterol is not a component of human cells, the drug is not harmful to human cells.

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Dietary Fiber and Magnesium intake shown to lower Risk for Developing Type 2 Diabetes

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Dietary Fiber and Magnesium intake shown to lower Risk for Developing Type 2 Diabetes

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[Best Syndication] A study showed that if a person ate a high fiber diet regularly from grains and cereals along with magnesium, they showed a lower risk for developing type 2 diabetes. The study was first reported in the May 14th issue of Archives of Internal Medicine.

Type 2 diabetes is been on record breaking numbers. In 2000, there were 171 million cases worldwide that have been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. Because of the ongoing obesity epidemic, projections for the 2030 estimate that there will be 370 million people suffering this condition in the world.

Dietary fiber has a number of proven health benefits, and the researchers believe that people won’t develop type 2 diabetes, because they are absorbing more nutrients and also reducing blood sugar spikes after a meal.

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