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September 25, 2012


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I really like following this blog, and have been learning a lot from the ongoing Governor's Health Bowl (actually can't wait to read the next one!). So, when I read about this recent clinical study, I figured I would share this with you guys. Apparently, researchers have identified a molecule which has a significant impact on inflammation. This research could lead to new ways of preventing the development of certain diseases like rheumatoid arthritis. You check out the story here: http://www.squidoo.com/new-molecule-identified-for-inflammation


Hey, I just wanted to say thanks for providing the great post. Protecting against injury and disease should be a number one priority no matter what. I think that is the reasoning behind this new obesity predictor that is being made available for parents. Apparently, it will be able to calculate the risk that a child will one day be obese. I think that researchers hope to help prevent more cases of diabetes and other conditions associated with obesity by identifying issues at an earlier stage. However, you can read the full post at: http://www.clinicaltrialsgps.com/news/free-obesity-predictor-for-children/

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