Liquid Vitamin D: Vitamin D Deficiency and SIDS

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Quoted from the Huntington Post: As researchers and parenting groups continue to measure the effectiveness of recent guidelines aimed at reducing the risk of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS), a team of researchers in England are honing in on another possible risk factor — vitamin D deficiency. Pediatric pathologists Irene Scheimberg, from the Royal London […]

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Why Professional Line Products Are Best: Vitamin Supplements: Be Very Careful wrote: The Author of this article is an attorney. And he presents various points as to why we should not use vitamin supplements. Here is some of what he says: Most of us take, or at some time in our life have taken, vitamin supplements. We see and hear the health claims of many […]

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Potassium: Important nutrient to prevent cancer


by Louis Cruz Cancer is the primary cause of death in the United States after heart disorders. More than 553.888 people died of cancer in 2004. Cancer remains one of the most  terrible diseases and therefore difficult to treat by conventional medicine as well as natural (no matter the claims that many make).The cancer cell […]

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What Causes Heart Failure

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The heart beats about 100,000 times per day. 5 liters of blood pumped per minute and about 2,000 gallons of blood per day. The heart is a muscular organ that works constantly! But despite the hard work, it has moments of rest. The heart rests when it is filling with blood (diastole) just before the […]

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Sleep Apnea – Can It Be Masking Other Diseases

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Sleep apnea is a condition where the person who has it  stops breathing for a few seconds while sleeping. This condition affects 4% of men and 2% of women. And about 18 million people living in the United States suffer from this condition. What many people do not know is that sleep apnea may be the […]

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