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Sugary drinks could not only make people fat, but also hurt their memories.

 

Research presented at the 2014 Annual Meeting of the Society for the Study of Ingestive Behavior found that daily consumption of beverages sweetened with high-fructose corn syrup or sucrose can impair the ability to learn and remember Continue reading »

 

By Dr. Jeffrey Bland

 

We humans have always lived in a less than perfect environment.

 

One way or another, we are exposed to a range of toxic substances in the air, in our water and food, often in the materials that shelter us, from intestinal bacteria and cellular metabolism.

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Obesity has become an epidemic in the U.S.. Unlike popular belief that it is the monopoly of certain ethnic groups or those poorly educated, obesity is actually hitting all groups of Americans, said a new report.

 

All Americans have been getting fatter at about the same rate for the past 25 Continue reading »

 

Don’t be taken in by the fancy touting of e-cigarettes. They are not as harmless and innocent as they claim to be.

 

The disturbing results from a new CDC study are very revealing. It finds that young people who have used e-cigarettes are almost twice as likely to try conventional cigarettes.

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By Dr. Kelly Brogan

 

Vitamin B12 deficiency is closely linked to brain health. When a patient has overt serologic evidence of deficiency (in blood) and/or they respond to treatment, we must ask how they became deficient in the first place. Here are some considerations:

 

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By Dr. Terry Wahls, MD

 

When you were diagnosed with your autoimmune health problems, you might have been wise enough to ask your doctor about diet and what you could do yourself to reduce the symptoms and pain associated with your diagnosis.

 

Unfortunately, most physicians today would shrug off that question and tell you there is no evidence that diet makes any difference. Your physician probably told you that Continue reading »