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News Pulse: The Toxin In Your Jewelry

Oct 15, 2012
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[The Huffington Post]

Federal regulators failed to pursue recalls after they found cadmium-tainted jewelry on store shelves—despite their vow to do so, an Associated Press investigation shows. More than two years after the AP revealed that some Chinese factories were substituting cadmium for lead, the CPSC still hasn't determined the extent of the contamination. Rings, bracelets, and pendants containing cadmium and marketed for preteen girls were purchased over the last year. (What else is lurking in your jewelry? Check out The Rash In Your Jewelry Box.) 

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A Few Cherries A Day Can Keep THIS Away[Reuters]

Cherries may no longer be just for topping off ice-cream sundaes: A new study from Boston University School of Medicine finds that people with gout who ate cherries had a 35-75% lower risk of having an attack. See what you need to know about this type of arthritis—and how likely you are to get it—with Why Your Feet Hurt.   

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New research shows that exercisers can burn as many as 200 extra calories in as little as 2.5 minutes of concentrated effort a day with sprint interval training. The finding could make exercise more manageable for would-be fitness buffs by cramming intense efforts into as little as 25 minutes. Here's how to melt fat fast with three calorie-burning interval workouts. 

Bad Hair Day? Blame It On Your Medicine[Daily Mail]

If your hair's going thin on top, losing its color, or even becoming curly, your medication could be to blame. Drugs for blood pressure, acne, depression—even common painkillers—can lead to hair loss, according to researchers from the University of Melbourne. Check out the common meds that can mess with your hair.  

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