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May 28, 2015
 
 
HEALTH HEADLINES
 
 
• Curb Anxiety with Curry
 
 
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Curcumin  
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Curb Anxiety with Curry
Consumption of curcumin may boost levels of docohexaenoic acid (DHA) in the brain.
 
 
Nanoparticles  
Inflammation
Nanoparticles Target Arterial Inflammation
Nanotherapeutic approach is shown to halt the growth of artery plaque cells, resulting in the fast reduction of the inflammation that may cause a heart attack.
 
 
Peanuts  
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Peanuts Prevail
Peanuts improve markers of vascular health, if consumed as part of a high–fat meal.
 
 
Mitochondria  
Cancer
Clue to Cancer in Cellular Powerhouses
As many as 30% of all cancers employ mitochondria, the powerhouses inside cells, to create an environment that is conducive to tumor growth.
 
 
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Longevity
Vigorously Vital
Vigorous physical activity is key to reduce the risk of premature death, among middle–aged and older men and women.
 
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Townsend Letter  
Enjoy the May 2015 issue of Townsend Letter, featuring:
  • The Antimicrobial Activity of Selected Silver Products. By R. Rowen, D. Harper, and R. Robison. Retracted. The testing of five commercial silver products had serious lab methodology flaws leading to the false conclusion of the superiority of one silver product.
  • α–Cyclodextrin and Metabolic Disorders. Stephen F. Olmstead, MD. This soluble fiber reduces fat absorption and LDL cholesterol while improving insulin sensitivity,
  • Anti–Aging Medicine. Ronald Klatz, MD, DO and Robert Goldman, MD, PhD, DO. An anti–aging approach for hypertension.
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