Health&Fitness Talk

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Keep Prostate Cancer At Bay
Prostate cancer is the leading cause of cancer deaths in men and the older men get the higher the chance of getting this disease. Prostate cancer develops slowly is mostly unheard of in men under the age of 50. A healthy diet and annual checkups can keep you on... Read more
Why Commercial Soap Is Bad For You And What To Use Instead
Normal commercial soaps boast that they are good for you but with all the artificial colors and fragrances can you really rely on these to keep you clean and healthy?  Antimicrobial soaps contain mostly water and surfactants that create the foam that you get when you lather up and... Read more
Facts On Cancer

Facts On Cancer

Medical July 18, 2012

Cancer starts when cells in the body begin to grow uncontrolably.  the human body is made up of trillions of living cells and these cells divide quicker to allow a child to grow and when a person is completely grown they only devide to replace wornout or dead cells... Read more
Artificial Sweetener Disease Anyone?

Artificial Sweetener Disease (ASD) is sweeping across America, like an evil plague affecting hundreds of thousands of consumers, and Western medicine calls it anything but what it really should be, so that doctors can prescribe expensive pharmaceuticals and set up “check up” appointments for the following weeks.

The symptoms can be recurring unbearable depression, migraines,headaches, anxiety, muscle pain, arthritis flare ups, buzzing or ringing in the ears, Crohn’s…

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Causes and Treatment of Breast Cancer
Breast cancer is a type of uncontrolled growth of abnormal cells that can develop in one of several areas of the breast, including the ducts that carry milk to the nipple, the small sacs that produce milk (lobules) and the nonglandular tissue. Breast Cancer is estimated that 192,200 women... Read more
Causes and Treatment of Breast Cancer
Breast cancer is a type of uncontrolled growth of abnormal cells that can develop in one of several areas of the breast, including the ducts that carry milk to the nipple, the small sacs that produce milk (lobules) and the nonglandular tissue. Breast Cancer is estimated that 192,200 women... Read more
What’s in that bottled water your drinking?
  What’s best to drink after a good and hard work out, water right? Well the type of water that you are drinking may not be good for you if it’s bottled.  For decades the bottled water industry has promoted an image of purity, health and just plain good... Read more
The cancer risks in carpets

A new study released by the U.S. Geological Survey has unveiled that there is an “extremely high concentration of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons or PAH in your carpet at home which is tracked in by the souls of your shoes…

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