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  • MAGNESIUM BENEFITS ASTHMATICS

    Almost everyone receives much less magnesium in their diets than people have in the past. This has lead to deterioration in the condition of asthmatics. Nevertheless, this problem has not been well investigated.
  • MAGNESIUM MAY PREVENT CANCER

    The less magnesium you get, the larger is the risk of colon cancer - plus asthma and imbalances in the muscle- and nerve function. Diuretic pills and empty calories is the major cause of magnesium deficiency.
  • MALE INFERTILITY COULD BE JOB-RELATED

    Doctors will usually only find clear causes of male infertility in 20% of the cases. A small Chinese study links the inability of some men to have children with their occupation.
  • MANLINESS AND WOMEN’S SMELL

    Testosterone is the male sex hormone responsible for many male characteristics, including the male sex drive. But many factors can affect this drive.
  • MAXIMAL FERTILITY

    Many women have a hard time becoming pregnant. There are many possible reasons for this, but here are some general rules of thumb which have helped many.
  • MERCURY AND AMALGAM

    That mercury is an intense poison has been known since Greek antiquity and possibly even earlier. Recently, however, much debate has confused the issue.
  • MORE GOOD YEARS

    Even though researchers mutually disagree on how old we may become, it is still worth making sure that the time that we do have on this earth is as good as possible. This could give us more good years.
  • MOST ACCIDENTS HAPPEN IN THE KITCHEN.

    There is often much focus on the hygiene in hospitals - in particular the kitchens. However, it might be a good idea to take a look at our domestic kitchens as well.
  • MULTIVITAMINS ARE EFFECTIVE AGAINST AIDS

    A study of more than 1000 HIV-infected, pregnant, African women has shown that a daily multivitamin supplement not only causes fewer symptoms and thereby improves the quality of life. It also reduces the risk of developing AIDS.
  • MUSCLES PRODUCE HORMONE-LIKE SUBSTANCES

    Researchers at Copenhagen University have discovered that our muscles have other functions than just producing pulling power, as we thought earlier.