From the monthly archives:

April 2011

Cardio CVS complete is a formula of B vitamins, antioxidants, and polyphenols that are collected in one capsule to help support the health of the cardiovascular system (heart health as well as artery walls and blood circulation). One of the main functions of Cardio CVS complete is to help reduce homocysteine levels. High homocysteine levels […]

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The cause of depression is often overlooked in favor of medication, to the tune of 160 MILLION prescriptions for antidepressants yearly. Of those who are depressed, only about a third suffer from major depression, which is treatable with medication. The rest are more likely to suffer side effects than find help. Fortunately, there are a […]

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Although killing bacteria is easily accomplished by properly cooking meat, a drug resistant staph infection may be lurking on the beef, chicken, turkey and pork you bring home, making kitchen hygiene and food cooked rare a bit more of an issue. A recent study, conducted by the Translational Genomics Research Institute, found that nearly half of meat […]

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Low Blood Platelet Counts

April 26, 2011

Platelets are responsible for helping blood clot, as well as aiding in regulating other cellular processes. A healthy person can have a platelet count that exists within a wide range, where even an abnormal platelet count does not indicate problems or side-effects. However, a large number of diseases can cause low platelet counts, including a […]

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New research (reported in Scientific American) suggests that there is a strong link between our brains and the bacteria in our gut, which is supported by probiotics. It’s long been suspected that there’s a link between neurological disorders, autism in particular, and the bacteria in our gut. The most concrete link to autism is based […]

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