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Drinking Tea Alters Women's Genes


Tea consumption in women leads to epigenetic changes in genes that interact with cancer and estrogen metabolism

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THC is a Double-Edged Sword for Stress

THC is a Double-Edged Sword for Stress


Researchers report that low doses of THC do reduce stress, but slightly higher doses - enough to produce a mild "high" - actually increased anxiety.

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Seasonal Flu Infection May Increase Risk of Parkinson

Seasonal Flu Infection May Increase Risk of Parkinson's


Recent study has provided further evidence supporting the idea that environmental factors, incluidng influenza may be involved in Parkinson's disease.

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Brain Cells Limit Fat Burning During Dieting

Second Generation AI Possible After New Discovery About the Human Brain


Researchers have discovered that individual neurons are capable of learning sequences.

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Cooked Vs. Raw

Cooked Vs. Raw - How to Slow and Reverse the Aging Process


Preparing foods in a manner that maintains the nutrients can help aid the aging process.

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Enjoy the May 2017 issue of the Townsend Letter


Stop Fixing the Adaptive Response: Why Cardiovascular Disease Should Be Named Chronic Scurvy by Daniel Cobb, OMD


Nutritional deficiencies that lead to chronic scurvy are more important in the development of atherosclerosis than plaque.

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Impact of TACT on Conventional Cardiovascular Therapy Extreme Risk by L. Terry Chappell, MD


Thanks to the Trial to Access Chelation Therapy (TACT), ACC/AHA evidence for chelation therapy in cardiovascular disease is now rate IIb, on par with other accepted treatments.

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Beyond Cholesterolby Chris D. Meletis, ND, and Kimberly Wilkes


Emphasis on cholesterol as the main risk factor for cardiovascular disease ignores other important contributors like mitochondrial dysfunction and low nitric oxide.

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