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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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Don’t Surrender to Spring Allergies

Many options exist to fight allergies and allergic reactions, says Dr. Paul Stallone. by Dr. Paul Stallone This time of year will produce people walking around with red eyes, sneezing attacks and pressure headaches. In Arizona, with the citrus trees blooming, allergies can be downright awful. Allergies will affect everyone differently, with many people not

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The Rampant Virus That is Off Our Radar

HPV is the most sexually transmitted disease in the U.S., says Dr. Paul Stallone. by Dr. Paul Stallone The Human Papillomavirus (HPV) is more common than people think. Some estimate that up to 75 percent of the reproductive-age population have been exposed to the virus at some point, making it the most sexually transmitted disease

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Women with Breast Cancer are more Likely to have High Blood Levels of Pesticides – London Owen Dyer

Women with breast cancer are more likely to show high serum concentrations of organochlorine pesticides, such as DDT, which are known oestrogenic compounds, a study has found ( Occupational and Environmental Medicine 2003;60:348-51). The researchers, at the Sart Tilman Hospital in Liège , Belgium , tested 159 women who had had positive diagnoses of breast

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The Cause and Prevention of Cancer – Saul Pressman

We now understand the chemical mechanisms of respiration and fermentation at the cellular level. And due to the work of Dr. Otto Warburg, since 1926 we have known that when a cell is deprived of oxygen, down to about 40% of normal, its respiration is irreversibly damaged. This damage causes the cell to begin to ferment sugar anaerobically producing carbon monoxide and lactic acid, and only 1/6 of the energy of normal cellular aerobic oxidation. The cell loses its governor on growth and begins to grow wildly – – what we call cancer….

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Cancer Research

By Dr. H. Gonzalez N.D., Ph.D. Msc.D., N.C., C.R.A. Editor and publisher. Dr. H. Gonzalez began Cancer research in 1978 when his wife died with CANCER. On March 28, 1996, Doctor Gonzalez Ph.D., was invited by the American Cancer Society to give a lecture on “Unorthodox Cancer Treatments” at Flager Hospital in the Psychiatric Center,

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Researchers seek to solve mystery of natural HIV control

In search of new vaccine strategies, study will examine genetics, immune systems of those able to suppress viral replication An international, multi-institutional research consortium is seeking to discover how a few HIV-infected individuals are naturally able to suppress replication of the virus. The Elite Controller Collaborative Study (http://www.mgh.harvard.edu/aids/hiv_elite_controllers.asp), the first large-scale haplotype-mapping study in people

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