Fiber Promotes Regular Elimination For Improved Colon Health

When you can’t properly empty your bowels, you could experience damage to every cell, gland and organ in your body. Even worse, without regular, daily elimination and colon cleansing, your bloodstream and lymph system may become overloaded with toxins, chemicals and rotting waste. If you continue to experience constipation, diarrhea, bloating, embarrassing gas, heartburn and

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Aspirin and Women’s Heart Health – Issue 14

Dear Health-Conscious Friend, Aspirin has long been used to dull throbbing headaches and other body pains. But millions of people also take an aspirin each day to help keep heart problems away. In this week’s Monday Edition of Health News Weekly™, I’ll share the study results that show aspirin therapy may be less effective for

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Keep Your Blood Pressure Under Control – Issue 12

Dear Health-Conscious Friend, If you’re one of the 65 million Americans struggling to keep your blood pressure under control, you might be all ears about the latest drug to receive the government’s stamp of approval. In this week’s Monday Edition of Health News Weekly™, I’ll tell you how this new blood pressure medication may differ

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KLRI Recommendations May Boost Muscle and Joint Health

A new report from Kronos Longevity Research Institute (KLRI), which suggests diet and exercise are better than testosterone therapy for older men, also includes exercise recommendations designed to promote joint and muscle health. Based on the review of available research, the scientists say natural approaches like physical activity and five or more servings of fruits

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Doctors “in bed” with the drug companies – Issue 09

Dear Health-Conscious Friend, Have you ever wondered why many doctors are quick with the pen when it comes to recommending prescription medicines? Well, I’m going to tell you a possible reason—and which doctors are most likely to be “in bed” with the drug companies… …and if you’re finding it hard to get a good night’s

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Manufacturer Halts Production of Blood Thinner – Issue 44

Dear Health-Conscious Friend, You’ve probably heard a lot of disturbing reports of food and drug recalls lately. In this week’s news we have yet another drug being pulled from the market amid reports of possible adverse reactions, and a big pharmaceutical company scrambling to contain liability. Unfortunately, the recall comes AFTER reports linking the drug

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Common Anemia Drugs May Increase Death Risk – Issue 06

Dear Health-Conscious Friend, Welcome back to The Monday Edition of Health News Weekly™! In case you haven’t heard about the Food and Drug Administration’s “black box” medication warnings, read on to find out which drugs are getting them… …plus, you’ll find out how “diet” snacks can actually cause you to pack on extra pounds—and how

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Uncover The Surprising Cause of Belly Flab, Low Sex Drive and Prostate Problems!

Men, listen up… you’ve probably never heard of estrogen dominance and your doctor would probably misdiagnose your symptoms. But this could be the reason you suffer from… Memory loss and “senior moments” Depression and mood swings Sleepless nights Unwanted weight gain?especially belly fat Muscles turning into flab Low sex drive and erectile dysfunction (ED) Enlarged

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High Blood Pressure: The Silent Killer

A report from the Institute of Medicine indicates the true statistics that show high blood pressure, or hypertension, is a growing epidemic that is often neglected by the American public. The study shows that 73 million people suffer from high blood pressure with another 59 million people already suffering from pre-hypertension. The main reason is

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Examination Of 55-Year-Old ‘Good Cholesterol’ Study Contains Valuable Data

A box of 55-year-old computer punch cards has yielded a wealth of scientific data on high-density lipoprotein (HDL), commonly known as “good” cholesterol. Created by scientist John Gofman, Ph.D., at the United States Department of Energy’s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory between 1954 and 1956, the cards detail the HDL levels of nearly 2,000 of the

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