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More Oxygen Equals Less Cancer

Ozone is gaining in popularity as more studies show it may inhibit cancer from growing, says Dr. Paul Stallone. by Dr. Paul Stallone For decades, it’s been shown that cancer cells do not thrive in an aerobic (oxygen-rich) environment. It was a German biochemist that discovered cancer cells survive without oxygen. This means that unlike

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Inflaming Foods Are to be Avoided

Food sensitivities can be the culprit in unexplained health issues, says Dr. Paul Stallone. by Dr. Paul Stallone Certain foods have a reputation for their negative effect on our health. Soda, fried foods and chips are known offenders that can contribute to obesity and heart disease. While these foods should be avoided, they are not

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Exploring Prolotherapy for Joint Pain Relief

Prolotherapy/Prolozone works to create a healing environment within and around the joint, says Dr. Paul Stallone. by Dr. Paul Stallone When pain becomes too much to bear, people reach out to their physician for help, which usually consists of narcotic pain relievers, cortisone injections or joint replacement therapy. One of the biggest problems with these

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Don’t Assume All Problems Come from Yeast

Understanding the underlying issue of a yeast infection is paramount for effective treatment, says Dr. Paul Stallone. by Dr. Paul Stallone Most women assume anything abnormal in their vagina is a yeast infection; however, vaginal infections have multiple causes. While symptoms may be similar, the actual cause could be from fungus or bacteria. In fact,

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Good Night

Everyone experiences poor sleep occasionally, but insomnia is tied to a true medical condition that should be addressed, says Dr. Paul Stallone. by Dr. Paul Stallone Everyone experiences the occasional night of poor sleep, and pinpointing the culprit is relatively easy; too much caffeine, a hectic day or a change in your daily routine. This

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Stopping the Clock on Men’s Aging Hormone Production

Dr. Paul Stallone reveals the symptoms and natural treatments for the male version of menopause. by Dr. Paul Stallone The male version of menopause, called andropause, typically begins around 40 to 55 years of age, but has been reported in men as young as 35. Like all male hormonal imbalances, there are symptoms men may

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Using Diet to Prevent Skin Cancer

Consuming certain vegetables and citrus can decrease the risk of melanoma, says Dr. Paul Stallone by Dr. Paul Stallone Just as food gives us life, it can also take it away. Diabetes, cancer, joint pain, obesity, heart disease and allergies can be encouraged by eating the wrong foods. A better diet can be customized for

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We Don’t Have to Ignore the Pain

Dr. Paul Stallone highlights alternative therapies that can help all types of pain. by Dr. Paul Stallone Pain management is not limited to narcotics or over-the-counter pain relievers and pain pills are a short-term answer to a long-term problem. Ignoring pain may seem like an option, but chronic pain can lead to behavioral changes like

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Testosterone Therapy Can Balance Hormone Levels

Dr. Paul Stallone discusses some important considerations. by Dr. Paul Stallone Men have been undergoing testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) for decades. Many have had great success, while others have struggled with the treatment. This depends on many factors which vary from lifestyle to the quality of testosterone. One reason the treatment may not have worked

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Understanding the Flu Makes Treatment Easier

Over the counter medications may delay recovery, says Dr. Paul Stallone. by Dr. Paul Stallone Getting influenza, or the flu, is one thing, but treating it is another. Most people will reach for over-the-counter medications that just treat the symptoms, but these products can actually delay recovery because they permit us to feel normal for

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