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Zinc Deficiency & Cancer Growth: What’s Your Risk?

Zinc is a mineral required by the body to support immune function and assist in various cellular activities. It also supports more than 300 enzymatic functions. Unfortunately, most of the world is deficient in zinc. Zinc is essential for the development of healthy hormone and immune molecules as well as human growth. This foundational antioxidant

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Discover The Weird Symptoms Of Silent Heart Attacks

Not all heart attacks cause chest pain and drenching sweats: Some may be silent heart attacks, causing little or no symptoms, new research from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) suggests. The researchers recruited over 1,800 people 45 and older who were free of heart disease, and then scanned their hearts 10 years later. They

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Bitter Melon Extract Kills Breast Cancer

Bitter melon (Momordica charantia) is a vegetable that is common in kitchens all over Asia and is also used for medicinal purposes in China, India, Central America and elsewhere around the world. It has been gaining popularity in the West as well, largely because of its benefits for diabetes. In recent years, studies have shown that bitter melon

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Thermograms: Safer, More Accurate than Mammograms

Mammograms today are considered the standard tool to detect breast cancer.  Women are normally encouraged to get mammogram testing every one or two years as they enter later adulthood, as a measure to detect breast cancer as early as possible. But mammogram testing is not harmless.  In fact, mammograms are considered by some in the

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Why Mammograms Are Vastly Oversold & Mammography Risks

Early detection through mammography is the annual clarion call of pink-ribboned Breast Cancer Awareness campaigns. October 21 is National Mammography Day — a day during which women are barraged with reminders that getting a mammogram could save their life. However, little effort has been made to educate women about the crucial differences between non-malignant lesions

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Largest, Longest Study on Mammography Again Finds No Benefit

An annual mammogram is the conventional go-to “prevention” strategy for breast cancer. But researchers increasingly agree that mammography is ineffective at best and harmful at worst. Unfortunately, breast cancer is big business, and mammography is one of its primary profit centers. This is why the industry is fighting tooth and nail to keep it, even

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The Secret Ingredient for Health is Happiness

A happy childhood leads to a healthy adult life. This is what scientists found when they examined the effects of childhood adversities to DNA. They found that the tiny protective caps of our chromosomes, which are called telomeres, shorten prematurely when kids consistently experience traumatic events. Scientists have found that long telomeres are associated with

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