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The more you take antibiotics, the more you kill off the diversity of your protective good bacteria, and a new study suggests that doing so will later increase your risk of developing pre-cancerous bowel polyps. The study didn’t look at how many polyps went on to become cancer, and correlation isn’t definitive causation. But numerous […]

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The weather is hot, then it’s cold, then warm, then clouds come and really let us have it. This cold and flu season has been hard to predict, and as counties continue to report that they’re experiencing all the hallmarks of a bad flu season that’s still growing, it’s not too late to do something […]

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You may not remember, but you probably first heard about Chromium-6 in 2000, when the movie Erin Brockovich came out; Chromium-6 is the cancer-causing water contaminant that she fought against in California. Chromium-6 is back in the headlines because a new report found that 200 million—that’s about two-thirds—of Americans have more Chromium-6 in their drinking […]

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If you’re on top of taking a daily multivitamin, then you probably are! According to a new research, there seems to be a clear benefit to taking Vitamin B3: lower cancer rates. People who had a history of skin cancer had fewer reappearances taking Vitamin B3 than people who were taking a placebo—overall, there was […]

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“I should eat this entire bag of candy today because I could get hit by a bus tomorrow.” Yes, life is short and to be enjoyed, but you could make it a little longer and a lot better by making even small improvements to your health. There are lot of studies connecting exercise to a […]

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