May 2010

Post image for Severe diabetes means higher cancer risk

A person could have a higher risk of developing a cancer if ever hospitalized for type 2 diabetes, according to a new study in the May 17, 2010 issue of Oncologist.
The study showed that people who were hospitalized for type 2 diabetes were at much higher risk for pancreatic and liver cancers.
The risk was still […]

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Post image for Common diabetes drug linked to vitamin deficiency

By Kate Kelland
(Reuters) – Patients treated over long periods with metformin, a common drug for diabetes, are at risk of developing vitamin B12 deficiency which is also likely to get worse over time, according to a study published on Friday.
Dutch scientists who carried out the study said the findings suggest that regular checking of vitamin […]

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Post image for Omega-3 fatty acids help prevent all-cause mortality and cardovascular events

A new trial suggests that supplements of n-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFA) may reduce risk of all-cause mortality and cardiovascular events, such as heart attacks.
The trial, published in the April 10, 2010 issue of European Journal of Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation showed that supplementation with eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) was associated with […]

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Post image for Vitamin D boosts sports performance

The Chicago Blackhawks are the first vitamin D team in modern professional sports history.
According to my sources, the Chicago Blackhawk team physicians began diagnosing and treating vitamin D deficiency in all Blackhawk players about 18 months ago. Apparently, most players are on 5,000 IU per day.
After many losing seasons, last year the Blackhawks came out […]

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Post image for Spices cuts cancer risk from grilled burgers

(HealthDay News) –Researchers report that adding certain spices to your burgers before tossing them on the grill this summer will not only add to the flavor of the meat, but they can also cut the risk of cancer long associated with the cooking of beef.
Scientists at Kansas State University (KSU) found that three spices in […]

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Dr. Joe Prendergast discuss the power of L-Arginine and how he overcame cardiovascular issues, reversed arteriosclerosis. ProArgi9 plus was ratified by Standford Cardiovascular Research and by all his patients resulting in 17 years without problems with strokes, heart attacks and diabetes.
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Post image for Nitric Oxide Explained by Dr. Louis Ignarro – Nobel Prize Winner

Nobel prize winner Dr. Louis Ignarro explains the amazing benefits of Nitric Oxide that ProArgi-9+ encourages the production of:
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Post image for Vitamin combo may delay aging: Mouse study

A cocktail of vitamins, minerals and herbals may delay the major aspects of the ageing process and extend lifespan by 10 per cent, according to a mouse study from Canada.
Mice fed a supplement containing 30 dietary ingredients did not experience a 50 per cent loss in daily movement like other non-supplemented animals, according to findings […]

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Post image for Pesticide May Contribute to ADHD, But More Research Needed

By Andrea Canning and Jennifer Pereira
(ABCNews) A study published today in the Journal of Pediatrics says that one type of pesticide commonly used on fruits and vegetables may be contributing to Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, or ADHD.

Researchers took urine from over 1,000 participants ages 8 to 15 and analyzed it for pesticides. 119 of the children […]

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