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The potential dangers of herbal remedies ... Ask your doctor before you decide to try an herbal supplement.

Weight loss drug rejected ... Rimonabant achieves weight loss but has enough side effects that FDA advisers have rejected it.


Living longer with low-cal diets ... Cutting calories and reducing body temperature may reverse the signs of aging.

Faith-based preventive nutrition ... The debate on vitamins. It never ends. But the better goals are the long term ones.

Calcium, Vitamin D and PMS ... A large and long-term study of female nurses finds that calcium and vitamin d may act as a preventative against pms.

Weight loss drug may be marketed in U.S. and Europe ... Rimonabant may be useful for weight loss and reducing heart disease risk factors.

Living longer without starving ... Calorie restriction may help you to live longer, but when it comes to achieving longevity some calories count more than others.

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