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Our Blood’s Balancing Acts

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Dr. Marcial-Vega has studied ‘before and ‘after effects of various treatments on the blood for years in thousands of patients. He also devised a revolutionary system to study ‘live’ blood, using a microscope and video camera to record the results. Blood that is too Acidic This is the blood pof one of his patients before […]

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Breast Cancer – Drinking Alcohol Increases Breast Cancer Risk

Breast Cancer – One of the largest individual studies of the effects of alcohol on the risk of breast cancer shows that it makes no difference whether a woman drinks wine, beer or spirits (liquor). It is the alcohol itself (ethyl alcohol) and the quantity consumed that increases breast cancer risk. Breast Cancer – In […]

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Alcohol Health Benefits – Alcohol Good For Your Health: Scientist Are Not Sure?

Alcohol Health Benefits –  By now, it is a familiar litany. Study after study suggests that alcohol in moderation may promote heart health and even ward off diabetes and dementia. The evidence is so plentiful that some experts consider moderate drinking — about one drink a day for women, about two for men — a […]

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Vitamin B12 Neutralizes MSG

Health News By Cory Quirino, Philippine Daily Inquirer SCIENTIFIC knowledge is out there but is not being translated into clinical settings, according to Bill Faloon, editor of Life Extension Magazine based in the United States. Medicine today is challenged to focus on prevention rather than just cure, teach patients to be more cooperative with their […]

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Prostate Cancer : Little did We Know It is The Most Common Non-Skin Cancer amongst men

By Irwan Lee Prostate cancer is the most commonly diagnosed non-skin cancer, has overtaken lung cancer as the leading cancer affecting all men and followed by colorectal cancer. Statistically, 80 percent of prostate cancers occur in men over the age of 65 . Although this cancer can also occur in younger individuals, it is very […]

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Breast Cancer is Not The No.1 Killer of Women as Women feared most!

By Irwan Lee Despite of being feared most, breast cancer is not the biggest killer of Women. For decades heart disease and heart attacks have been viewed as a man’s illness. Most women mistakenly perceive breast cancer as the most fear diseases, their biggest enemy and the no.1 killer of women. They concern themselves and […]

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Happiness and contentment: Looking for the Keys to Contentment?

When we cannot find contentment in ourselves, it is useless to seek it elsewhere.” ~ Francois de la Rochefoucauld Happiness and contentment may sound like the same thing, but there’s a difference. Happiness can be fleeting and elusive, but contentment is the deep and lasting feeling of comfort that comes with feeling that you’re OK […]

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Fatigue: How to Win the Fight Against It?

In other Health Watch articles, we’ve talked about the many energizing benefits of restful sleep . But even if you are getting plenty of sleep and are not feeling drowsy, you may still be suffering from fatigue. There’s a difference – in general, drowsiness is feeling the need to sleep, whereas fatigue is a lack […]

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Cancer: A Foe With Many Faces

By Alice Park Cancer is not one disease but dozens. all with different therapies and prognoses. Still, scientists are finding common roots that may link them all, which could lead to more powerful treatments. Solid Cancers Skin   62,480 new melanoma cases in the U.S. expected in 2008; 91% five-year survival rate; 8,420 deaths. DiagnosisThe […]

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Winning athletes: Finding the Competitive Edge

Winning athletes will tell you that nothing beats the exhilaration of competition, and that’s just as true for weekend golfers as it is for elite Olympians. Even a workout in the gym is an athletic contest: after all, you can only make gains by bettering your own personal best. We’re all looking for a competitive […]

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