Magnolia Medical Center Blog

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  • 22
    Aug
    2014

    Has your coffee tasted different lately? Maybe it isn’t all coffee anymore. Shocking new information here!

    This is an important blog for those allergic to wheat, corn, barley, rice, or soybean products. Brazilian coffee makers are under pressure. Drought and fungal diseases have severely hurt their coffee production this year. In 2013 the country produced 55 million […]

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  • 22
    Aug
    2014

    Ramen noodles may be bad for women’s hearts, diabetes, & waistline?

    A new study has found that instant noodles may be bad for your heart…and more. Research has determined that diets high in Ramen noodles could lead to metabolic syndrome. Metabolic syndrome is associated with heart disease, diabetes, and abdominal obesity. […]

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  • 31
    Jul
    2014

    Ebola threat real: US airport officials on alert. 50-90% mortality rate, no vaccine, and no cure. The world’s most dangerous threat in recent times.

    The world health community is taking drastic steps to try and contain the ebola outbreak in Africa. Liberia’s assistant minister of health has already said the outbreak is “above the control of the national government” and is calling for immediate […]

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  • 24
    Jul
    2014

    For lower-back pain: dummy pill worked better than acetaminophen

    New study finds that acetaminophen (found in Tylenol, Excedrin, Anacin, Goodys, etc. as well as several prescription drugs) works no better than a dummy pill at reducing lower-back pain in some people, and does not help patients get better any […]

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  • 14
    Jul
    2014

    Kidney stones? Tennessee’s summer-time heat likely to blame.

    New research indicates that as temperatures climb to near 90 and above, the risk of kidney stones increases as well. The likely culprit: simple dehydration. A slight change in diet can be a big help in preventing kidney stones. Kidney […]

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  • 9
    Jul
    2014

    Spray on sunscreen may be unsafe for children!

    The FDA is investigating spray on sunscreen for children! The FDA has been investigating various spray on sunscreens for children recently, but now Consumer Reports has issued a warning against the sprays advising parents to avoid using them on children, […]

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  • 3
    Jul
    2014

    Murfreesboro area July 4th weekend Celebration list!

    July 3, 2014Independence Day Celebration Smyrna will celebrate the nation’s independence a day early, on July 3, 2014. Beginning at 5 pm, there will be events and activities for all ages. The night will culminate with fireworks […]

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  • 3
    Jul
    2014

    6 lots of injectable Coumadin recalled due to possible risk

    Bristol Myers is issuing a nationwide recall on six lots of the injectable version of the blood thinner Coumadin after particulate matter was found in some unreleased samples. Bristol Myers is saying this is a precautionary recall as there have […]

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  • 25
    Jun
    2014

    FDA Alert: over-the-counter acne medicines may cause rare but life-threatening allergic reactions

    The FDA has warned that if you use an over-the-counter face wash, lotion, or cream to treat pimples, be aware that these products may cause rare but life-threatening allergic reactions. They are suggesting you follow a product test detailed later […]

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  • 22
    Jun
    2014

    Boat Day Saturday June 28th! 

    Have you ever wanted to try kayaking? Join Murfreesboro Parks and Recreation for Boat Day with Stones River Watershed Association (SRWA) at the Manson Pike Trailhead on Saturday, June 28 from 9 a.m. until noon. Try out different types of canoes and kayaks […]

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