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Age Management Medicine (AMM): Background, Description, and Definition

The growing population of people aging (thanks to the millions of baby boomers and Generation X’ers following them) have somewhat altered what we used to know as “the golden years”. These generations have no intention of slowing down once they reach the age of 65! Of course, the field of science and medicine has to […]

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Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement Therapy for Menopause, Menstrual(PMS) and Gynecological Issues and Infertility in Women

Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement Therapy (BHRT) is a therapeutic process wherein the body is supplemented with the exact replicas of deficient hormones that the body normally produces and uses. Because of its natural approach, there are very minimal side effects compared to other synthetic therapies or treatments.   The exact duplicates of the hormones in the […]

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Why You Should Make Broccoli a Mainstay in Your Diet

Broccoli has grown popular in recent years – and not in a good way. The media is partly to blame. After all, broccoli is shown over and over in movies as the “gross-looking” mini tree that parents put on their kids’ plates and children push to the side or off their plates! It has become […]

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Don’t Wait! Lose Weight Now!

How long have you been telling yourself that you’ll lose weight? Perhaps you have put it off during the holidays because, let’s admit it, all those delicious foods were really hard to resist. But it’s 2018 now. And if there’s ever a perfect time to work on achieving a healthier weight, it’s now! Especially since […]

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Is Smartphone Addiction Causing Depression?

Ever since smartphones have become a big part of our daily lives, scientists and healthcare providers have been concerned about excessive usage and the levels of electromagnetic frequencies or EMFs that our smartphones emit. We are constantly warned that the frequency vibrations from smartphones affect brainwaves, and in effect, the function of our emotional well-being. […]

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Benefits of Blueberries for Your Brain

Everybody knows that blueberries are excellent for our health. They are high in antioxidants that aid in protecting our bodies from age-related health risks and various diseases. In addition to that, this amazing fruit has grown popular because it’s one of the top brain foods that can greatly improve one’s memory and even boost cognitive […]

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Presence of Toxic Heavy Metals in Baby Food Products – Should You Be Alarmed?

How safe is the snack you are feeding your little one? A recent study showed that one-third of baby food products they have tested contained several harmful elements like arsenic, acrylamide, cadmium, and lead. Included in the research were 530 different baby food products including baby formulas, drinks, cereals, and other snacks. According to the […]

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Is Breast Cancer More Aggressive in Obese Women?

Did you know that obese women are at a higher risk for breast cancer? A recent study examined obese rats that suffer from breast cancer and the researchers found some important insights. For one, the tumour cells in the rats had especially sensitive androgen receptors than those found in leaner rats. This led those cells […]

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Simple Ways to Avoid Liver Disease

Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease or simply NAFLD is now a growing endemic in many countries. In the United States alone, more than 90 million Americans are now suffering from this disease. In the most severe cases, NAFLD can progress to health complications that can be life-threatening, including liver failure and cirrhosis. With the severity of […]

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