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    1. Latino grandparents face challenges when raising children anew

      Latino grandparents face challenges when raising children anew
      Latino grandparents face challenges when raising children anewPasadena Star-NewsIt hasn't been easy for the family; they've faced evictions, near blindness induced by diabetes and two deaths in the past 14 months. Many of their struggles are common among families headed by a grandparent, researchers said. ...and more »
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    2. Debt fears on the increase for small businesses

      Debt fears on the increase for small businesses
      Atlantic Financial Management (press release)Debt fears on the increase for small businessesAtlantic Financial Management (press release)"It is our experience that many small business leaders leave the decision to call in professional assistance until too late and may have used HMRC as a line of credit by delaying PAYE and VAT payments, with adverse consequences. Looking at a holistic ...
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    3. Rethinking Saturated Fat?

      I understand that you're modifying your position on saturated fat and as a result, no longer recommend low-fat dairy foods. What prompted the change?

      You're correct that my thinking on saturated fat has evolved. One catalyst was a scientific analysis of 21 earlier studies, which showed "no significant evidence" that saturated fat in the diet is associated with an increased risk of coronary heart disease. The 21 studies analyzed included nearly 348,000 participants, most of whom were healthy when they were enrolled. They were followed for five to 23 years, during which 11,000 developed heart disease or had a stroke. Looking back at the dietary information collected from these thousands of participants, the investigators found no difference in the risk of coronary heart disease, stroke, or coronary vascular disease between those individuals with the lowest and highest intakes of saturated fat. This goes completely against the ...

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    4. FDA conducts armed sting on Amish farmer- for selling milk

      FDA conducts armed sting on Amish farmer- for selling milk
      Washington TimesFDA conducts armed sting on Amish farmer- for selling milkWashington TimesRaw milk has been consumed safely for thousands of years, and is mentioned in the Ayurveda (5000 year old health science) as a 'SuperFood'. It's important to note that real (grassfed, raw) milk has no inherent dangers, if obtained from healthy cows ...
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    5. Invasive Tests for Urinary Tract Cancer May Have Minimal Diagnostic Value, Kaiser Permanente Study Cautions

      Hematuria or blood in the urine may trigger a battery of tests for urinary tract cancer that are invasive and can unnecessarily expose patients to radiation, yet the procedures contribute little to the diagnosis, according to a study by Kaiser Permanente Southern California’s Department of Research & Evaluation published in the May issue of the Journal of Urology.
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