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Tooth Repair Using Alzheimer’s Drug

The discovery of a new method has been found for stimulating the renewal of living stem cells in tooth pulp that uses an Alzheimer’s drug. The team of researchers at King’s College London has made this discovery. An infection, the inner, soft pulp of a tooth can become exposed and infected following a trauma or

Benefits of Daily Aspirin

A study led by Cardiff University concludes that stomach bleeds that are caused by aspirin are considerably less serious than the spontaneous bleeds that can occur in people not taking aspirin. The finding that was published in the journal Public Library of Science, with the extensive study of literature, reveals that while the regular use

Breast Cancer Screening

Breast cancer screening should definitely not be stopped at a specific age, as there is no sufficient evidence to suggest screening should be stopped. The study was co-authored by Dr. Cindy Lee, assistant professor in residence at the University of California-San Francisco, and team. They presented their findings at the Radiological Society of North America

10 Breast Cancer Myths You Need To Stop Believing

If you’ve ever been concerned about your risk for breast cancer or simply wanted some information, you might have noticed the sheer number of valid, not-so-valid, and sometimes downright questionable claims about it online. It’s time these myths were put to rest, starting with: Myth 1: Men do not get breast cancer Although breast cancer

Pygeum: Plant-Based Extract for Prostate Health

Prunus africana, or African plum, was formerly classified as Pygeum africanum— a name under which it is still often known. In the Western world, an extract of Prunus africana bark is most popularly used for benign prostate hyperplasia (BPH, or prostate enlargement). Traditional uses include treatment of fever, malaria, wounds, stomach upset, kidney disease, and

Colorectal Cancer

Finding colorectal cancer early can be highly curable. This occurs when abnormal cells grow in the lining of the large intestine (colon), or the rectum. This can occur in both men and women and has the 2nd highest rate of cancer deaths in the U.S. Polyp growths occur on the inside of your intestines, but

Vaccine BS

A couple of years ago, Andrew Baker of Food Freedom news wrote an article entitled, The Vaccine Hoax is Over. Documents from UK Reveal 30 years of Cover-up. Yet, two or so years later vaccines are still pushed like crazy. Anyway, in his article, it was pointed out that under the Freedom of Information Act

In Praise of Veggies

In Praise of Veggies – Vegetables Are So Good Because… …BECAUSE THEY’RE NUTRIENT RICH AND NUTRIENT DENSE Vegetables are a great source of nutrients such as folate (folic acid helps your body create red blood cells), potassium (which is good for your blood pressure), vitamin A (which is good for your eyes and skin, and

People Die From Chemotherapy – Not Cancer!

When a patient diagnosed with cancer refuses chemotherapy treatment, they live 12 ½ years longer on average than those who undergo chemo. This is revealed by Dr. Hardin B. Jones, a Berkeley doctor and former professor of medical physics and physiology at the University of California, who says that according to recent statistics, approximately 1

The Importance Of Proper Communication With Your Healthcare Team

Trust and communication are the cornerstones of your relationship with your healthcare team, which can include your primary doctor, as well as nurses, pharmacists, and other health professionals. Since the very reason you are meeting with your provider has to do with your health, it is normal to feel quite anxious and stressed. The following