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Long-term multivitamin-mineral use tied to women’s heart health Researchers from the National Institutes of Health are taking a serious look at Multiple Vitamins with Minerals and protection for older women. A new analysis of deaths from heart dMore info...
Vitamin K2 improves bone health in older women The vitamin supplement MK-7 also known as reduces bone loss and improves bone impact strength in postmenopausal women. 244 postmenopausal women were enrolled in the study. They were randomly giMore info...
More evidence that Resveratrol improves the health of people with metabolic syndrome Researchers at the University of Guadalajara performed a state of the art, gold-standard study (randomized, controlled, double-blinded, placebo- controlledMore info...
Brain Healthby: Dr. Noreen Lalani, N.D.Learning how to prevent or minimize the effects of debilitating brain health diseases such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s is one of the mostsignificant healMore info...
Natural Options for Joint Health Written by Scientific Director and Pharmacist, Jerry Hickey Osteoarthritis, the most common form of arthritis, is inflammation in the joints mainly due to a breakdown of cartilage. Osteoarthritis frequently occurs inMore info...
Cranberry juice rich in antioxidant proanthocyanidins is effective at boosting the health of blood vessels, thereby supporting previous research displaying the cardiovascular health benefits of such compounds. While the poMore info...
.....The rates of both obesity and esophageal cancer have been increasing and new research says they are connected. Australian scientists compared almost 800 esophageal cancer patients to 1,500 cancer free adults. Esophageal cancer was up to 6 timesMore info...
About 70% of the patients who have undergone chemotherapy (drug treatment) to treat their cancer suffer with mental side effects that hurt their memory and attention span; this severe brain fog is often referred to as “chemo-More info...
» Cancer deaths to hit 17 million by the year 2030 double the current number according to Peter Boyle, director for the International Agency for research on Cancer. The doubling is due to aging of the world population, and an increased rate of alcohoMore info...
Selenium, a mineral, may protect us from liver cancer The risk of developing liver cancer is significantly higher for people who have low levels of selenium in their blood according to a new study published in the American Journal of Clinical NutritiMore info...