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What the FDA Says About Cancer Risk and Breast Augmentation

What the FDA Says About Cancer Risk and Breast Augmentation

Published on May 14, 2019 by

Recently there has been a lot of attention directed at a recent FDA notice regarding cancer risk and breast augmentation.[1]All of this attention is not directed at your typical common breast cancer that most women dread. It is directed at another type of cancer that is extremely rare, called ALCL (Anaplastic Large Cell Lymphoma), which

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Vitamin D: Why do You Need High Serum Levels?

Published on February 28, 2019 by

Do you know what your Vitamin D level is? It’s important for your health. Many studies have shown significant health benefits to your body if you have a higher level of Vitamin D. We recommend you maintain a serum level of greater than 50 ng/ml of Vitamin D3 in your blood. Heart disease, Alzheimer’s disease,

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Know Your Risk: Hereditary Cancer Risk

Published on September 20, 2015 by

I’m sure you’ve heard in the news about Angelina Jolie and other superstars who did something about their cancer risk. Don’t be alarmed by this media hype. You have more than a 95% chance you don’t need the hereditary cancer screens that she did which prompted her to have her surgeries (removal of her breasts).

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Vitamin D: Health Improving Hormone

Published on March 22, 2015 by

Vitamin D can improve your health in multiple ways. Multiple studies have confirmed that if you can get your blood level of vitamin D in the higher range, you can benefit through a decreased risk of many cancers, less heart disease, less bone problems, and less chance of developing brain deterioration. A recent study found

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Turmeric Curcumin for a Healthier Body

Published on October 13, 2014 by

One of the best supplements that you can take is curcumin. Curcumin comes from the turmeric plant root that looks similar to ginger root and a wild carrot. The root has a brownish-reddish outer layer that when peeled away reveals an orange looking inner area from which curcumin is extracted. Curcumin, whose active ingredients are

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Importance of Vitamin C

Published on January 10, 2014 by

Vitamin C is a water soluble vitamin and an essential nutrient for humans. Vitamin C is a cofactor of many enzymatic reactions (act as an electron donor ), helps in overall growth and repair of tissues and a good antioxidant. It is also known as antiascorbic factor. Since it is a water soluble vitamin (the

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Intake of increased vitamin D may reduce Alzheimer’s risk

Published on May 30, 2012 by

Vitamin D is a unique vitamin which can be ingested as well as synthesized by human body.  Vitamin D is available in diets and can also be produced by human skin in presence of sun light. People exposed to sunlight regularly do not need any supplement. In places where people do not get enough sunlight

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HOW YOU CAN PREVENT COLON CANCER

Published on February 24, 2009 by

We have all heard the statement that regular screenings can help you avoid cancer. But is this really true or are the doctors just trying to drum up more business? The fact is, regular screening does reduce your risk of developing many kinds of cancer and the savings in cost to get the screening is

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