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Exercise- Non-Medical Intervention for Alzheimer’s

“physical activity, exercise among people already diagnosed with the early stages of Alzheimer’s, moderate to high-intensity workouts may not only slow down the biological symptoms of Alzheimer’s—but

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Non-Conventional Lymphedema Therapies

Wearing surgical bandage, massage, exercise, and pumps form the core program for most patients with lymphedema-  Breast cancer is a serious type of cancer. More to the point, a common side effect from

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DCIS and Overtreatment Therapies- Reduce Risk or Not?

There is considerable disagreement about the treatment of DCIS.  Some believe that nearly everyone with DCIS, regardless of its characteristics, should be treated with either mastectomy or lumpectomy

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Effects of Abusing Anti-Anxiety Pills.

A diagnosis of cancer can cause anxiety. Cancer patients sometimes take anti-anxiety medication potentially leading to addiction.  Every human being may experience a state of mental exhaustion, stress

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Mild Cognitive Impairment, Alzheimer’s, Depression, etc- Therapies to Slow Decline

“…people with mild cognitive impairment such as Alzheimer’s and people with a clinical diagnosis of mental illness including depression and schizophrenia…” While the articles/studies

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Evidence-based, Non-conventional 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.”  I’ll let you in on a secret. I can’t

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Magnesium Levels and Dementia

“In a study of more than 9,500 men and women, the highest or lowest levels of magnesium appeared to increase the chances for dementia by as much as 30 percent” It’s easy for researchers

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I Don’t Buy It-“Algorithm Accurately Predicts Cognitive Decline in Parkinson’s Disease

Cognitive decline is one of the long-term outcomes of PD that has been largely unmanageable, and clinical trials are hampered by the highly varied rates of progression to cognitive clinical endpoints.

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Melanoma and Basel Cell Non-Toxic, Heart-healthy Therapy

Hyperthermia may be a promising treatment for basal cell carcinoma and melanoma, bypassing the antiapoptotic defenses concentrated in the intrinsic and extrinsic apoptosis pathways…” I am

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Probiotic to Help Irritable Bowel Syndrome and Depression

“This study shows that consumption of a specific probiotic can improve both gut symptoms and psychological issues in IBS…” The study linked and excerpted below is a small pilot study

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