Hope for Acute Myeloid Leukemia: Facts and Options

Article at-a-glance: AML is the most common type of acute leukemia in adults. Despite advances in the scientific understanding of this cancer, survival has not markedly increased over the last 3 decades. Understanding AML, its risk factors, treatment options and...

Osteoporosis: A Global Health Crisis

  Article at-a-glance: By 2050 the globally there will be up to 21.3 million hip fractures each year. Globally, 80-90% of patients with osteporotic fractures go untreated. Family members and medical professionals bear the burden of short-term and long-term care,...

Osteoporosis Supplements: What Really Works

  Article at-a-glance: People spend $10 billion a year on bone health supplements. But only a fraction of ingredients have ever been shown to acutally reduce fractures. Learn which ingredients actually work to grow stronger bones.   By Dr. John Neustadt Every year...

Protect Your Mitochondria, Protect Your Health

Article at-a-glance: Mitochondria produce energy, and are vital for health and longevity. Mitochondrial damage is implicated in aging, heart disease, dementia, chronic fatigue syndrome, diabetes and many more. Common medications damage mitochondria, including drugs...


Best Iron Food Sources

Iron deficiency is the underlying cause of more than half of all cases of anemia. Since iron is used for more than 100 biochemical processes in the body, it's not surprising that not having enough iron can cause more than a dozen symptoms. While taking an iron dietary...

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More Bad News for Acid-Blocking Medications

  Every day, millions and millions of people take acid blocking medications to treat the symptoms of acid reflux, for duodenal ulcers and as an important part of a treatment strategy to kill the H. pylori infection. The US FDA approved these medications, which include...

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Beat the Flu with This Holistic Approach

  Fall is upon us, and so is the beginning of the long flu season. The flu is caused by the influenza virus that can cause fever, muscle aches, sore throat and a dry cough. Although the flu usually lasts only three to five days, in more severe cases it can lead to...

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5 Simple Ways to Work Exercise into Your Life

  Everyone seems to know that they should exercise. That exercise is good for them. When you’re in shape you not only feel and look better, but you reduce your risk for diabetes, cardiovascular disease, cancer and dying before your time. And if you have chronic...

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Is Your Gut Causing Osteoporosis?

Healthy bone is constantly being recycled. In a process called bone remodeling, old bone is broken down and new bone created. But for this to work well you need the right nutrients. A steady supply of protein, vitamins, minerals and healthy fats are required for our...

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4 Steps to Create the Holidays You Really Want

We love the Holidays in our house. Romi and I love spending time with each other and the kids, our families and friends, and celebrating end of year successes our business partners. We love the holiday music, the cooler weather and playing games with the kids in front...

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