From the monthly archives:

July 2010

Prostate Cancer causes 1 in 3 of all cancer-related deaths in men. Although it is rare for a man under 40 to get prostate cancer, it’s never too soon to start watching your body and taking preventative measures to reduce your odds of getting prostate cancer when you’re in the high risk age range (40 […]

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Why Should I Take A MultiVitamin? Although you may be doing your best to eat a wide variety of fruits and vegetables, complex carbohydrates, and lean proteins, you’re probably not getting every recommended and beneficial nutrient on a daily basis. Multivitamins are designed to fill the gaps. Most daily multivitamins are filled with the most […]

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If you’ve been perusing Dr. Wong and Liu’s article about silver nanoparticles (Silver nanparticles-the real “silver bullet” in clinical medicine?) you may have read that one of the biological properties of silver nanoparticles is that they can “attack the respiratory chain in bacterial mitochondria [which] lead[s] to cell death”. This is one of the mechanisms […]

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Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) can be a painful, life long condition if not properly cared for, but can be difficult to recognize. It’s important to know whether you’re showing ulcerative colitis symptoms, or crohns disease symptoms, the two biggest forms of inflammatory bowel disease. Generally, ulcerative colitis symptoms and crohns disease symptoms are treated the […]

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Inflammatory bowel disease is usually first diagnosed at a young age, although it may by symptomless for years prior to diagnoses. Unfortunately, inflammatory bowel disease is one of those conditions that can be difficult to diagnose, requiring extensive testing and samples for confirmation and to rule out other diseases with similar symptoms or diseases that […]

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