lunes, 26 de diciembre de 2016

Ivanhoe's First to Know for 12/26/2016


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Smart Living for this week:

Six Weight Loss Tricks

Finances for Special Needs


Doctor's In-depth Interview of the week


Quote of the week:

“We need a feminism that teaches a woman to say no - not just to the date rapist or overly insistent boyfriend but, when necessary, to the military or corporate hierarchy within which she finds herself. In short, we need a kind of feminism that aims not just to assimilate into the institutions that men have created over the centuries, but to infiltrate and subvert them” 

—Barbara Ehrenreich

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It’s the life-saving screening test that fifty somethings dread. A colonoscopy can detect polyps in the colon, but in less than one in every one-thousand cases, there is a serious side-effect

SIBO is the four letter word that very few people have heard of, but it could be the cause of some severe digestive issues.

What if a simple brain challenge and EEG could predict Alzheimer’s disease twenty years before symptoms show up?

It’s often called a mystery illness. But people who suffer with this experience real pain and extreme fatigue. Researchers are looking to help those tired of chronic fatigue syndrome. 

Brain surgeons are now using virtual reality to make operations infinitely more precise and less time-consuming.

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