With an estimated 4.6 million new cases of dementia each year worldwide, and an aging population, the prevalence of dementia is expected to increase in the coming years. (1)
The rise of drug-resistant bacteria that are extremely difficult to treat has emerged as a threat to public health.
The widespread use of powerful antibiotics in people and in livestock may have actually contributed to the growth of these superbugs.
by Dr. Leo Galland
Women with breast cancer are often treated with the drug tamoxifen, which blocks the effects of estrogen on breast cancer cells. Tamoxifen, however, only becomes effective after it is converted to an active metabolite in the liver.