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Ask Beatty – 02.13.17

Most people want to be in love and share their life with someone who they truly love who loves them.
And yet the challenges to finding healthy and sustaining love, despite all the online dating sites, seem to be more difficult than ever.

Beatty and her guest today Lous Barth, author of Courage to Sparkle, life coach and motivational speaker talk about the many things that people can DO ( and not do) to attract love into their lives.

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The Gary Null Show – 01.11.17

Today on the Gary Null show, Gary opens up the program with the latest in health and healing, Gary covers the important topics of how eating a banana a day can completely change your diet. Are you having on going knee pain? Well Gary can give you ways to reduce that. To wrap up the health segment Gary makes sure to talk about the new fatty liver disease. In the second half of today’s program Gary goes into the commentary by Chris Hedges covering the political state of the United States of America.

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Anuradha Sengupta – They Lost Their Jungles to Plantations, But These Indigenous Women Grew Them Back

It is early morning in Dhepagudi, a sleepy hamlet nestled in the green hills of Odisha, India. Admai Kumruka is sifting millet in a traditional sieve made of bamboo strips. Children mill around, playing on a mud and sand mound. A few huts down, Rello Dindika is sorting through harvested corn. A group of women are chopping fresh pumpkin leaves …

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Franziska Spritzler – What Is Fatty Liver Disease?

Fatty liver disease is becoming increasingly common in many parts of the world, affecting about 25 percent of people globally (1). It is linked to obesity, type 2 diabetes and other disorders characterized by insulin resistance. What’s more, if fatty liver isn’t addressed, it may progress to more serious liver disease and other health problems. Read more

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Higher levels of omega-6 fatty acids may lower death rates in older men

Omega-3 fatty acids are touted for their potential health benefits, and rightfully so, but a new study suggests men may want to get enough omega-6 fatty acids, too. Research published online Aug. 17, 2016, by JAMA Cardiology found that high levels of omega-6s in the subcutaneous adipose tissue—the layer of fat just beneath the skin—correlated with lower death rates among …

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Early childhood antibiotics may change gut microbes and lead to adolescent prediabetes

Young children who take antibiotics may disrupt their gut’s microbial ecosystem and be more likely to develop prediabetes in adolescence, new research from Greece reports. The study results will be presented in a poster Sunday, April 3, at ENDO 2016, the annual meeting of the Endocrine Society, in Boston. “Increased consumption of antibiotics up to the age of 3 seems …