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Posted By Worker Bee On February 21, 2007 @ 7:57 pm In Health,Hype,Prevention,Women's Health,Worker Bees' Weekly Bites | Comments Disabled
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Sick of peanut butter already? No worries – there’s plenty of clickativity coming out of the health world today.
MS and Hormones
Scientists have discovered that a pregnancy hormone  helps repair myelin, the fatty tissue that protects nervous system cells. This has important implications for MS, which strikes far more women than men. We’ll bring you the updates as research continues, Apples.
We Sure Know How to Spend
Health care spending is projected to double  in the next decade. For an American earning 60,000 dollars a year, that means – on average – 12,000 bucks. Yikes! And you thought your premium was high now…
Spendy areas? Diabetes and cardio concerns like high cholesterol and heart disease are top among the health problems fueling growing costs. Suddenly, prevention looks awfully appealing.
Jean Scheijen  photo
It Was Only a Matter of Time
If you’ve ever sent yourself an email just to have a message to check, um…you’re not alone?
Evidently, email addiction is such a prevalent problem  these days, there’s now a 12-step program. For the love of tofu, people, stop working so much!
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