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Deborah Mitchell
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Professional free-lance writer covering health/wellness/nutrition issues
Professional free-lance writer covering health/wellness/nutrition issues

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Could vitamin D supplementation help children who have autism? 

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Which works best with dogs, praise or food? 

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Which two common food additives may be associated with colorectal cancer? 

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You may be familiar with curcumin as an effective natural remedy for digestive problems and inflammation, but there’s growing evidence that this active ingredient in the spice turmeric (Curcuma longa) can do much more. Several recent studies, including one appearing in the Journal of Affective Disorders, report that curcumin tackles depression.

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Bread and grains are dietary staples, yet many people stress out because they are concerned about gluten, calories, or glycemic index associated with these foods. What if cauliflower could be a new grain?

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Results of a new trial suggest that certain probiotics can improve mental health, metabolic function, and disability among individuals with multiple sclerosis. This study is just one of several that has explored the impact of beneficial bacteria on the symptoms and progression of multiple sclerosis.

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The love hormone oxytocin has been so named because it has been linked to social bonding, motherly love, and increased empathy, but now there’s evidence it has even farther-reaching effects. Researchers have shown that oxytocin can enhance the sense of spirituality in men

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The bond between dogs and their human companions is special, which is something many dog parents already know. Now a new study provides some evidence of this unique bond, at least when it comes to whether dogs prefer people praise or food.
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