August 2014


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Gluten Allergy Linked to Earlier Menopause

Study finds estrogen levels are generally lower in women with celiac disease. Women with untreated celiac disease may hit menopause earlier, and have a higher risk of some pregnancy complications, than women without the disease, suggests a small study.

To read the full article Gluten Allergy Linked to Earlier Menopause, click here.
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Older Women With Breast Cancer Probably Won't Die From It: Study


Heart disease more likely cause of death, researchers find.

Older women with breast cancer are more likely to die from cardiovascular disease and other causes than from their cancer, a new study finds.

To read the full article Older Women With Breast Cancer Probably Won't Die From It: Study, click here.
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The discovery that many people with life problem or occasional bad moods would willingly dose themselves with antidepressants sailed the drug industry through the 2000s.

To read the full article Selling Depression, click here.
iud138x170.jpgIUDs Officially Recommended for Healthy Women, Teens

New guidelines say research shows this form of birth control is safe and effective

A female contraceptive device whose reported side effects kept it off the frontline of birth control for years has been formally endorsed for all healthy adult women and adolescents by the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists.

To read the full article IUDs Officially Recommended for Healthy Women, Teens, click here.
farrah-ryanstress115x170.jpgFarrah Fawcett cancer tied to stress? Maybe, says Ryan O'Neal

Did psychological stress cause the cancer that killed Farrah Fawcett? Ryan O'Neal thinks it's a possibility.

To read the full article Farrah Fawcett cancer tied to stress?, click here.

OsteoporosisSpineDecay-1a120x170.jpgOsteoporosis is a serious medical problem that affects a significant number of both women and men. Both woman and men can develop osteoporosis, and therefore both must take positive actions to first prevent and then, if and when osteoporosis does occur, to reverse it.  One of the main problems in doing this is finding the exact right information to help them personally.

There are 6 articles in theis series. In order to read the entire series of articles we suggest that you start with the first article in this series, About Osteoprosis, click here.

legcramp.jpgSince there is no single accepted standard medical treatment for nocturnal leg cramps a holistic approach may be of value for you.

If you have recurrent leg cramps it might well help to do some or all of the following:

To read the full article Leg Cramps: A Holistic Remedies and Self Care Approach, click here.

legcramping-1.jpgLeg cramps are an involuntary contraction of one or more muscles in one or both legs. They may range from only being slightly uncomfortable to extremely painful.

To read the full artricle A Medical-Holistic Approach To Leg Cramps, click here.

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Article by Noata Hashimoto, D.C.

From snake oil to mainstream, the vitamin-mineral and herbal supplement industry is here to stay. For most lay people it can be difficult to determine what exactly you need and from which source when there are thousands of companies to choose from.

To read the full article Vitamin Industry Fraud , click here.
fitnesstraining.jpgArticle by Dennis Mason, B.F.A., C.P.T.

It never ceases to amaze me how many people want to get into better shape, but always seem to find reasons why they cannot. “Oh, I work all the time,” is probably the all-time number one reason given.

To read the full article Make Your Health Priority One, click here.
swimmersear-1b170x192.jpgSwimmer's Ear Responsible for Nearly a Half Billion in Health Care Costs
CDC works to educate public about preventing this common ailment


Swimmer's ear leads to about 2.4 million doctor visits each year and is responsible for nearly $500 million dollars in annual health care costs, according to estimates released by CDC on Thursday.

To read the full article Swimmer's Ear Responsible for Nearly a Half Billion, click here.
prayer-160x170.jpgMost of us have been taught that prayer can help us get what we most desire. New studies are now suggesting that it can also help us solve certain medical problems. One of the problems is high blood pressure and it seems that prayer may be a great help in controlling blood pressure and even lowering it when its high. The following video tells us more about this.

To watch Praying for Health, click here.

10waysbp130x170.jpgPeople with high blood pressure (hypertension) often need several medications. But lifestyle changes can ratchet it down too, and maybe even eliminate the need for drugs.

To read the full article 10 Natural Ways to Lower Blood Pressure, click here.