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Articles That Discuss chronic disease

Multiple Myeloma Patients can Manage Depression w/ Non-Toxic Therapy

“Depression was found in 40 percent of the (multiple myeloma) patients, and 3 out of 4 of those patients were never diagnosed or treated for it, researchers found…” It shouldn’t

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Green Tea Extract and Alzheimer’s Prevention

“We all know that currently there is no cure for Alzheimer’s once symptoms emerge, so our best hope is early intervention…” Green tea extract is a wonder drug. I take it for heart

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Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis, N-Acetylcysteine and Your Quality of Life

N-Acetylcysteine was found to have a significant effect only on decreases in percentage of predicted vital capacity and 6 minutes walking test distance for Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis  I read the article

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3 Ways of Coping with Chronic Pain

Chronic pain can make one feel isolated. It is important to consider joining support groups with others who understand pain, coping techniques, and have experienced a variety of treatments to help better

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Whole-Body Hyperthermia aka Sauna for Heart Disease

“…sauna may be one of the most important health habits to have to prevent and reverse the #1 killer in the Western world (heart disease)… I have written about the anti-cancer benefits

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Medicinal Marijuana- Can marijuana help with cancer or thyroid problems?

If you’ve ever smoked a joint or eaten a pot-laced brownie, you’re hardly alone: More than 1 in 3 people in America have tried marijuana at one point in their lives. Even though it has been a while

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Osteoporosis- Whole-body Vibration, Exercise Therapy

“Osteoporosis is not an inevitable part of aging: it is preventable. So, it is vital that all of us, of all ages, start taking care of our bones now before it is too late” … Conclusions The

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High Risk for Depression- Should you Take Antidepressants as a Preventative?

…although antidepressants are usually well tolerated, these medications can come with side effects ranging from headaches to diarrhea to life-threatening reactions.” Depression is a poorly

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Therapies to Prevent/Treat Depression

“All in all, in this very large group, the researchers figured exercise may have prevented 12% of the cases of depression (dep) from happening.”  Evidence-based but non-toxic therapies to

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4 Tips on How You Can Keep Disease at Bay

Either you know someone or have personally experienced an illness or disease at one point in your life. Thinking back on it, the situation is something that you never want to experience again. Of course,

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Chemo, Radiation, Anti-Aging – Inflammation= Inflammaging

“Following a nutrient-dense diet, exercising regularly, and avoiding smoking and excessive alcohol intake are the best ways to support healthy aging and slow the effects of aging on your body.” Aging,

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Anti-Aging- Inflammation, Cognitive Function

Chronic systemic inflammation becomes increasingly associated with risk of death, loss of cognitive function and increasing dependency The term “anti-aging” has become sort of huckster-ish

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