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The truth about your diet.

The truth about your diet.

By George E. Sadowski, MD Approximately 70 % of Americans are either overweight or obese. A large proportion of those who are obese are also diabetic.  Despite consuming more than the required calories, obese individuals suffer from many vitamin and micronutrient deficiencies. Many of these deficiencies are thought to contribute to disease. If persons who eat a standard American diet …

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The Lime

The Lime

By Ronna L. Clements, Natural Health & Wellness Innovator Limes are native to southeastern Asia and they have been cultivated for thousands of years. Historians started mentioning limes around the time of the Crusades, and in 1626, Sir Thomas Herbert spoke of finding oranges, lemons, and limes on the island of Mohelia, off Mozambique. Lime trees grew on the island …

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Trouble Falling Asleep? Up at Night? Sleep better without drugs.

Trouble Falling Asleep

New technology focused on brain health can help you fall asleep easier and get a good night’s rest. By Michael Cohen, Founder, Center for Brain Training If you struggle to fall asleep, have trouble staying asleep, and can’t remember the last good night’s rest you’ve had, you are not alone. Studies show that between 50 and 70 million Americans don’t …

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#selfie

selfie

By Brent Myers, Pastor of Community Life Every year, Oxford Dictionaries announces a “Word of the Year”. This is a word or expression that has attracted a great deal of interest throughout that year. This year’s word is: Selfie. A selfie is a photograph of yourself taken with a mobile phone or other handheld device, and uploaded to social media …

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WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT HEART HEALTHY EXERCISE

HEART HEALTHY EXERCISE

Heart disease and stroke are the #1 and #4 causes of death in America respectively. One can cut his/her risk of developing both of these conditions dramatically simply by exercising regularly. Your heart is a muscle, and the more you exercise it, the stronger it becomes, and the less likely you are to develop heart disease. Becoming more active doesn’t mean becoming a marathon runner overnight The American Heart …

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Tame that Ringing in your Ears and Rock On, Boomers

Ringing in your Ears and Rock On

Bob Dylan. The Rolling Stones. Led Zeppelin. Music helped define an entire generation of baby boomers. It expressed their fresh world view and energized them as they set the world in a new direction. But if you’re like many from this music-filled, life-embracing generation, then some of that old time rock and roll may still be ringing in your ears. …

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Mobilizing Your Health: Empowering Your World The Future of Your Health is in Your Hands

Mobilizing Your Health

“As personal tech continues to advance at lightening speeds, we can utilize personal tech and the applications it provides us with to enable a change in the health-care paradigm, one that evolves from treating illness to one that prevents illness while enabling personalized, individual health and human potential”. A highly evolved participatory and interactive integrated catalyst media center and events …

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Sorting out the Stem Cell Confusion

Sorting out the Stem Cell Confusion

By Dr. Dipnarine Maharaj M.D., MB, ChB, FRCP (Glasgow), FRCP (Edinburgh), FRCPath., FACP Open up a news site online and you are bound to see at least one story on stem cells.  Just today I saw that stem cells from teeth can be used to treat dementia, breast milk stem cells could heal disease, and plant stem cells are the …

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Treating Hair Loss During Menopause

Hair Loss During Menopause

By Dr. Alan J. Bauman So what can you do about hair loss during and following menopause? Hair restoration physicians may recommend pharmaceutical/medical treatments along with lifestyle changes to women experiencing menopause-related hair loss problems. • Medical Treatments: Medical treatments that will help mitigate hair loss include a specially compounded prescription minoxidil solution called Formula 82M, platelet-rich plasma injections (PRP, …

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Prostate Cancer and PSA Screening

Prostate Cancer and PSA Screening

Prostate cancer is the second most common cancer (after skin) among men in the United States. The American Cancer Society estimates that one in six will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in his lifetime, which amounts to approximately 240,890 new cases every year. Fortunately, the disease is very treatable if found early: It has a nearly 100% five-year survival rate …

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Are You at Risk for Developing Stomach Ulcers?

Developing Stomach Ulcers

By Daniel Lindenberg, MD, PA If you think stress, spicy foods, or alcohol causes the majority of stomach ulcers you would be among the majority of Americans…you would also be wrong. A small spiral shaped bacterium commonly found in the stomach H. pylori is responsible of 80% of stomach ulcers and 90% of ulcers in the upper end of the …

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Freezing FAT

Freezing FAT

By Daniela Dadurian, M.D. There are so many ways to lose weight and more so, so many diets out there to choose from. Yet so many people struggle with their shape and bulges that don’t seem to go away despite all the diet and exercise.  There are a lot of factors that contribute to a person not being able to …

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If You Think Medical Insurance Is Designed to Keep You Healthy, Better Think Again! If You Think Medical Insurance Is Designed to Keep You Healthy, Better Think Again! What It Really Does Is Provide for ‘Sick Care’

Sick Care

It is comforting to know that we have medical insurance when we get sick. It does not work well unless you get sick. We are fortunate that medical insurance today covers many screening procedures that allow earlier detection and a better chance to control a disease or even achieve a cure. Oddly, not many take advantage of these due to …

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The Apple – The Power of Restoring Youth

The Apple

By Ronna L. Clements, Natural Health& Wellness Innovator One of the very first things we learn is the alphabet and almost always, “A is for Apple.” The apple has been around for so long that it can be called the first fruit.  Hieroglyphic writings found in the pyramids and tombs of the ancient Egyptians indicate that they used the apple …

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Weight Loss Truth

Weight Loss Truth

By Dean Sloan, MD Weight loss.  It has become something of a national obsession lately, and for good reason:  two-thirds of American adults are overweight.  It seems just about everybody is either on a weight loss diet or is looking for one.  And that is where we are all making a big mistake.  The overweight state is a permanent condition, …

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One Another

One Another

By Brent Myers, Pastor of Community Life It doesn’t take much effort to hear of all the turmoil going on in our nation and around the world. It’s quite frightening at times to think about where this all might end up. But if we’re honest with one another, we really shouldn’t be surprised. Conflict between people has existed since Cain …

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“Small is Beautiful”

Small is Beautiful

A Wonderful book “Small is Beautiful” discussed the concept of Economics as if People Mattered.  While the decade of the 1960’s was known as a decade of massive civil unrest, war, human rights violation, the slaying of the Kennedy’s, Martin Luther King, the era of Peace, Love and Perceived Understanding, Woodstock, Vietnam and Nixon, we can go back fifty years …

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Trouble Falling Asleep? Up at Night? Sleep better without drugs.

New technology focused on brain health can help you fall asleep easier and get a good night’s rest. By Michael Cohen, Founder, Center for Brain Training If you struggle to fall asleep, have trouble staying asleep, and can’t remember the last good night’s rest you’ve had, you are not alone. Studies show that between 50 and 70 million Americans don’t …

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Hair Loss Awareness Month – Become “Hair Aware”

With new treatment options for Hair Loss Awareness Month By Dr. Alan J. Bauman August is National Hair Loss Awareness Month and it’s an important time for men and women to talk to their doctors about the newest tests and treatments available to help them enhance, maintain and restore their own living and growing hair. For more than a decade, …

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Choroidal Neovascular Membranes

Choroidal Neovascular Membranes

By Lauren R. Rosecan, M.D., Ph.D., F.A.C.S. Choroidal neovascular membranes (CNVM) are new blood vessels that grow beneath the retina and disrupt vision. These blood vessels grow in an area called the choroid, the area between the retina and the sclera (the white part of your eye). The choroid supplies oxygen and nutrients to the eye. CNVM occur when new …

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