Digital Infrared Thermal Imaging (DITI) Used for Adjunctive Breast Disease Screening Can Enhance Early Detection

“Early detection saves lives” DITI’s role in breast cancer and other breast disorders is one of early detection and monitoring of abnormal physiology and the establishment of risk factors for the development or existence of cancer. When used adjunctively with other laboratory and outcome assessment tools, the best possible evaluation of breast health is made.   This fifteen-minute […]

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What Does It Mean If My Breasts Hurt?

This question has intrigued me now for over 10 years. In fact when I was in Boston, a nutrition colleague and I wrote a large grant to identify causes and treatments. We also wanted to see if there was an association between women who had tender breasts and those that got breast cancer. Unfortunately it […]

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Minnesota and Rhode Island enact breast density laws

This week, Gov. Lincoln Chafee signed Rhode Island’s breast density inform bill into law, and late last week, Gov. Mark Dayton did the same for Minnesota women.  Breast density laws require physicians to inform women if they have dense breasts along with the possible risks that can be present.  Minnesota becomes the sixteenth state with […]

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Thermography Can Detect Subtle Changes in Body

Lu Molberg of Palm Springs is a firm believer in alternative medicine. Through research and pursuing treatments that aligned with her beliefs, Molberg became an informed health care consumer. Taking control of her health has been empowering, she said.   “You do have to have trust in health care,” said Molberg, “but most of all […]

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3 Signs You’re Dehydrated

Ask any fitness expert to list a couple of common workout roadblocks, and dehydration will likely always make the cut. It’s a killer! You need water to exercise—you thrive on it—yet so many women spend their days dehydrated. So, what gives? It could be because, when it comes down to it, you may not even know exactly when you’re dehydrated. […]

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