18 Oct 2014
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Does Physical Activity Show Signs of a Tomato Effect? - Yahoo News
Once again, the answer to this question is yes. Most American adults know that physical activity is good for them and that they should be physically active. In fact, 94 percent of adults will answer yes when asked whether physical activity is good for their health. So the answer to the question "does participation in physical activity show signs of a tomato effect?" seems to be a qualified yes, because we have answered yes the following three issues: 1.
University of Illinois tests dog arthritis fixes - Washington Times
(AP) - The University of Illinois is looking for dozens of arthritic dogs to help test a dietary supplement for their aching joints. The (Champaign) News-Gazette reports (http://bit.ly/1ph9WlW ) the universitys College of Veterinary Medicine is studying whether the supplement used by human patients can also improve dogs quality of life. Its looking to test the supplement on 60 pups of http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/10/prweb11222047.htm mixed sizes, ages and breeds. The supplements name isnt being disclosed because of a confidentiality agreement with the sponsoring company. University rehabilitation practitioner Kim Knap says more than half the dogs in her department suffer from arthritis.