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Out with the bad, in with the good. With all the research piling up about bacteria’s impact on our health throughout the body, it’s a good motto. A new study adds more about how bacteria is impacting our health: a bad bacteria from your mouth, Fusobacterium nucleatum, can make colon cancer grow faster. Clean out […]


Omega-3 for Healthy Aging

November 6, 2018

Healthy aging—getting old with a sound mind and without chronic illness—should be an important goal for everyone, especially as modern technology is helping more people to live longer. One key nutrient for this endeavor may be Omega-3 fatty acids. Studies have attributed strong benefits all throughout the body from Omega-3 fatty acids, and getting those […]

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Although it wasn’t what they were looking for, the findings aren’t surprising: stress and bacteria types can cause tumors in the colon. Researchers were looking to see how bacteria in the intestines might contribute to (or outright cause) inflammation. Instead they discovered that stress-activated genes plus the right sort of bacteria can cause colon cancer, […]

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Health studies aren’t fact. So many factors can sway them, including other lifestyle choices, environmental factors, and family history. But when study after study performed in different countries comes to the same conclusion… we should probablylisten, and take action. Another study has found that Vitamin D level is tied to breast cancer risk, especially as […]

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You don’t have to be outside very long to be at risk of sunburn, and it doesn’t matter too much where you live, what your skin color is, or even what time of year it is. Sunburns have long-term health consequences, and can happen to anyone, anywhere, so be sure to know how to prevent […]

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