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How does Eating Paleo Help with Fibromyalgia?

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November 30, 2012

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Fibromyalgia, News, Paleo Diet

How does Eating Paleo Help with Fibromyalgia?
Due to the lack of objective diagnostic tests available for fibromyalgia, this is a chronic condition which often remains vastly misunderstood. People who have fibromyalgia can suffer from a wide range of symptoms, and often, they may live large portions of their lives without realizing what the root cause is.… Read More
 

Do You Know What COPD Is? Troubling Results from the Latest Nationwide Survey

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November 29, 2012

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Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, News

Do You Know What COPD Is? Troubling Results from the Latest Nationwide Survey
According to a recent nationwide survey, public awareness of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) has dropped to its previous level recorded in 2008. Over the last few years, health officials had been rather pleased to see rising levels in public awareness of COPD, but the results of this survey show… Read More
 

Have Canadian Scientists Discovered the Cause of High Cholesterol?

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November 27, 2012

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High Cholesterol, News

A team of scientists in Canada have discovered that a protein called resistin actually causes high levels of LDL (“bad”) cholesterol which elevates a person’s risk of developing heart disease. This particular protein gets secreted by the fat tissues in the body. These astonishing findings were first presented at the… Read More
 

Why Lupus Patients Should consider taking Vitamin D Supplements

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November 19, 2012

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Lupus, News

Why Lupus Patients Should consider taking Vitamin D Supplements
According to a new clinical study that was published in Arthritis Research and Therapy, there is evidence to suggest that vitamin D supplementation could act as an immunomodulatory agent for systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE). As you may remember from our previous post titled “Get in the Loop – Raising Awareness… Read More
 

A New Discovery May Lead to New Treatment for Diabetes

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November 17, 2012

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Diabetes, News

A New Discovery May Lead to New Treatment for Diabetes
While still controversial, stem cells may provide the key to treating people with type 1 diabetes. Researchers have identified stem cells in the adult pancreas that can be manipulated into cells which will produce insulin. This incredible new finding could mean that one day in the near future, people who… Read More
 

Why People with Lupus Should Try the Paleo Diet

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November 15, 2012

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Lupus, News, Paleo Diet

Why People with Lupus Should Try the Paleo Diet
The Paleolithic diet is one that helped the cavemen thrive in a time when food was not so easily obtained. The current paleo diet focuses on foods that are naturally available, fresh, and free of any added preservatives. With the main bulk of this diet coming from vegetables and meats,… Read More
 

High Cholesterol Myths: What’s Real and What Isn’t!

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November 12, 2012

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High Cholesterol, News

High Cholesterol Myths: What’s Real and What Isn’t!
The waxy substance that we all know as “cholesterol” can be found linked up with the lipids floating through our bloodstream. Our bodies use this cholesterol for many things, like producing brand new healthy cells. Since research has shown that our bodies are capable of producing their own cholesterol, many… Read More
 

Diabetes Awareness Month has Kicked Off!

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November 7, 2012

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Diabetes, News

Diabetes Awareness Month has Kicked Off!
Every November, organizations and communities come together in support of Diabetes Awareness Month. With the number of people who have been diagnosed with diabetes in the United States, raising further awareness for both type 1 and type 2 diabetes has never been more important. National diabetes organizations are working together… Read More
 

10 Ways to Reduce the Side Effects from Methotrexate

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November 4, 2012

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Arthritis, Methotrexate, News, Rheumatoid Arthritis

10 Ways to Reduce the Side Effects from Methotrexate
Now, if you remember from our previous post, What’s the 411 on Methotrexate, this medication was originally developed in the 1950’s as a treatment for cancer patients. Currently, it is often prescribed as an effective form of treatment for rheumatoid arthritis and other autoimmune diseases. While methotrexate has been proven… Read More
 

U.S. Sees Improvement in Cholesterol Levels

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October 31, 2012

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High Cholesterol, News

U.S. Sees Improvement in Cholesterol Levels
Now, in two of our last posts, we discussed common causes of high cholesterol and 10 good cholesterol lowering foods. Well, it seems that the general population has been doing better with their cholesterol levels, because a recent study showed that the average levels of total cholesterol have been moving… Read More
 
 
 

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