From the monthly archives:

June 2014

Americans can party hard, especially on the 4th of July, when brats, burgers, fireworks, and a hot summer sun practically beg for a beer. But you might feel some concern for your liver the next day—especially if you overindulge! So here’s how to navigate an alcohol-heavy holiday: -If you like drinking, it’s best to do […]

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There’s a growing body evidence: people who think they can’t get skin cancer tend to actually be at a greater risk! African Americans, for instance, tend to think that their darker skin is enough protection—so they skip sunscreen and yearly mole checks. In reality? They’re more likely to die of skin cancer. They may get […]

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Multivitamins are great, and are an important safety net that ensures you get all the nutrition you need. But they aren’t the only supplement you could benefit from. Colloidal supplements are pure, nano sized particles suspended in water. Smaller particle size (and higher concentrations) means more surface area (more effective) and particles can more easily […]

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Avoid Falls & Injury

June 25, 2014

As we age, falls become one of the biggest risks we face. 1 out of 3 people over the age of 65 fall each year—and only half are able to return to an independent life. And most falls are preventable! One of the first steps of fall preventions is knowing the cause—and while you should […]

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Doctors are seeing a shocking amount of cases of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, and a corresponding increase in liver transplants. The reason? Obesity. Those extra pounds are quickly turning livers into a huge health issue—fatty liver disease (besides affecting how livers function, and in severe cases leading to failure and transplant) is strongly associated with […]

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