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A new study, conducted found that higher levels of a specific form of vitamin D corresponded with a reduce cancer risk.
Are you ready for spring? Perhaps now is the time to revisit your New Year resolutions and recommit to them, if you’ve let them slip away from your daily activities.
I learned in medical school that the average heart attacked occurred among people over the age of 55. I’ve been very surprised to upon learning that they now occur in people in their twenties!
As the incidence of diabetes continues to rise, and the health care industry attempts to turn the tide, a new study has found that this diet helped obese women lose weight and lower their future risk for developing diabetes and heart disease.
Research studies continue to dispel the myth that our genes control our risk of developing chronic disease, and the true significance lifestyle plays. A diet rich in vitamin C could cut risk progression by a third, of the leading cause of blindness, according to a study being published online.