Millions of Americans Suffer Yearly From Sepsis, a Deadly Form of Inflammation

Warm memories come flooding back each time Doreen Bettencourt looks through her scrapbook. “All the pieces I can still capture, even though they’re gone I still have them in a book,” said Doreen. There were moments Doreen nearly lost when a routine surgery to have a cyst removed nearly killed her. “My whole body was […]

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Fasting at Night Lowers Risk of Breast Cancer and Diabetes

A night time snack might seem like a harmless treat, but a new study suggests it could raise the risk of breast cancer and diabetes. Researchers have discovered that fasting at night is crucial for good health and people who snack in the early hours are putting themselves at risk of disease. It is the […]

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Eating Specific Proteins, Carbs May Be More Effective

Be specific in choosing the types of proteins and carbohydrates you eat, because these little things might make a big difference in your weight loss or weight gain later on. A new study out of Tufts University claims that making even small changes to the types of meats or breads you eat may have a […]

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Rita Wilson Undergoes Double Mastectomy

Rita Wilson is sharing some difficult and very personal news: she was recently diagnosed with breast cancer and has undergone a double mastectomy and reconstructive surgery. In an exclusive statement to PEOPLE, the actress, 58, reveals the diagnosis and how she feels “blessed” to have the love and support of her husband, Tom Hanks, friends, […]

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Arthritis and Joint Pain – Inflammation Could Be At Work

As a culture, we’ve been conditioned to accept that joint pain and arthritis are natural signs of aging and are to be expected. Many women I talk with accept this and over time when their pain intensifies, they reach for ibuprofen or acetaminophen to help with pain. Many times I’ll see patients who will grow […]

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