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Vitamin D Deficiency Linked to Strokes, Heart Disease

WASHINGTON (AFP) – Insufficient intake of vitamin D, long known to play a key role in bone health, may significantly increase a person's risk of stroke, heart disease and even death, a US study said Monday. Examining 27,686 Utah patients aged 50 or older with no history of cardiovascular disease,

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Delicious Meat Alternatives

It’s easy to get plenty of satisfying protein in your meals while still eating low on the food chain. While you don’t have to go full-time vegetarian, many people are surprised to learn that simply cutting back on meat consumption is one of the most significant ways to help the

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Improve Sports Performance With Co-Q

A double-blind, placebo-controlled study, in the Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition (2008; 5(1): 8) looked at CoQ10 supplementation and athletic performance. The participants of the study were 22 trained athletes and 19 untrained subjects. An hour before a series of exercise tests they were randomly given either

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Your best health insurance

A balanced program of hormone replacement therapy might be the best health insurance you can buy! It is possible to stop much of the undesirable aspects, symptoms and diseases associated with aging. Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement Therapy (BHRT) is a science which has shown to improve the quality of your life.

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Dementia – Diet, Exercise and Supplements Can Help

Dementia is a growing problem, according to the “Delphi Consensus Study”, appearing in the Lancet (2005; 366(9503): 2112-7). There is a new case of dementia every seven seconds, and the authors predict that the number of cases of dementia will double in developed countries between 2001 and 2040. Currently there

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Health Concerns about Dairy Products

Many Americans, including some vegetarians, still consume substantial amounts of dairy products—and government policies still promote them—despite scientific evidence that questions their health benefits and indicates their potential health risks. Osteoporosis Milk’s main selling point is calcium, and milk-drinking is touted for building strong bones in children and preventing osteoporosis

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Knee And Hip Replacements Increase Heart Attack Risk Briefly

REUTERS By Kathryn Doyle August 31, 2015 (Reuters Health) - Operations to replace a knee or a hip appear to increase heart attack risk in the short term and the risk of blood clots in the long term, according to a new study. The heart attack risk falls again over

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Come See Dr. Fields Lecture in Las Vegas on Saturday, December 12, 2015

Regenerative Orthopedics: Non-Surgical Repair With Stem Regeneration/PRP/Prolotherapy Dr. Fields lectured at A4M 23rd Annual World Congress in Las Vegas on Saturday, December 12 at 3:30pm Abstract Surgery can always be done but never un-done. Learn about the techniques of Regenerative Orthopedics (Stem Regeneration/PRP/Prolotherapy) which offers patients the chance to avoid

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Needles, Not Knives, To Treat Sports Injuries And Degeneration

BY HEALTH EXPERTS, SEPTEMBER 15, 2015 By Nancy Deville Needles, Not Knives, to Treat Sports Injuries and Degeneration, nancy deville, the three tomatoes My first pair of running shoes were men’s shoes because they didn’t make them for women in 1974. That’s how many years I’ve been pounding away at

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A wonderful ending to an almost disastrous event

Stem Cell Prolotherapy Regenerating one’s joints and spine is not in the future: it is happening today!… Schedule Your Appointment Today!

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