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Thermobiological Scores (January 2014)

In 1982 the FDA approved breast thermography as an adjunctive diagnostic breast cancer screening procedure. Breast cancer thermography has undergone extensive research since the late 1950’s – including more than 800 peer-reviewed studies, more than 300,000...

CoQ10 (December 2013)

Unfortunately, the body cannot produce all the vitamins we need. However, one nutrient it does make which is very important to our health, especially the health of our heart and blood vessels, is Coenzyme Q, also known as Ubiquinone or Ubiquinol. Levels of Coenzyme Q,...

Arsenic (November 2013)

It’s well established that carcinogens are linked to increased risk levels in several types of cancers, cause endocrine and immune system dysfunctions as well as a range of cognitive disorders (such as learning disabilities, memory problems and poor concentration). We...

Stealth Fiber (October 2013)

Have you noticed the labels of the white bread and the cereals on supermarket shelves that read “good source of fiber”? Now read the nutrition label – three grams. That’s the minimum amount that manufacturers need to pack into a product to have the words...

Eye Health (September 2013)

The eyes are organs that, although very complex, seem to be ignored until problems actually start to arise. When was the last time you worried about getting the proper nutrients needed to maintain healthy vision? Whether it’s for work or play, many people spend...

Antibiotics (August 2013)

Overuse of antibiotics can not only cause resistance but in the end can potentially do more harm than good. The rates of antibiotic prescription levels are disturbing. Center of Disease Control Researchers found that 833 antibiotic prescriptions were prescribed for...

Food Cravings (July 2013)

Whether it’s a late night trip to the refrigerator or a mid-day break room encounter, many people experience food cravings throughout the day. Is there a reason why we feel the need to consume more calories right before bedtime and why most of the time the cravings...

Rosacea (June 2013)

Do you know what disease currently affects more than 16 million Americans? Hints: Many Americans don’t even know they have it. It typically begins after the age of 30. It’s a chronic and progressive disorder primarily affecting the facial skin. Did you...

Acne (April 2013)

Prom season is right around the corner and teenagers will be faced with the added stress of achieving physical perfection. However for many, feeling beautiful or handsome in their formal attire will face one major obstacle… Acne. Skin blemishes affect the majority of...

3 Kidney Stones (March 2013)

Kidney stones are solid masses made from substances in the urine that form in the kidneys. Typically the crystallized masses are the result of undissolved minerals and acid salts in your urine. The lifetime incidence of kidney stones is nearly 13 percent in men and 7...
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