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Headaches (November 2011)

Headaches are one of the most frequent health complaints with 76 percent of women and 57 percent of men saying they have a headache at least once a month (1). It comes as no surprise then that headaches cost the U.S. economy an estimated $17 billion a year in lost...

Depression (October 2011)

“Physical pain is a sign something ain’t right. Mental pain, in my opinion, is the exact same thing.” Robert Whitaker, Author of Anatomy of an Epidemic and Pulitzer Prize Nominee Mental and emotional problems can interfere with one’s life in...

Estrogen Influences on Breast Health (September 2011)

Estrogen is a hormone which is primarily responsible for female development of breasts, regulation of the menstrual cycle, and is essential for normal functioning of the female organs. Estrogen is produced by the ovaries during a woman’s childbearing years....

Shingles (August 2011)

A shingles prevention vaccine, Zostavax, was approved in May of 2006 by the FDA for adults 60 years of age and older. In March of 2011 the FDA approved the use of Zostavax for prevention of shingles for adults ages 50-59. What is the purpose of forcing this shingles...

Adrenal Glands (July 2011)

Working more than ever, multitasking to make ends meet, no sleep, and stressed out are common complaints a lot of people have on a daily basis. In a new survey by the American Psychological Association, nearly 75% of Americans say they are stressed to the max over...

Breast Screenings: Know Your Options (June 2011)

For every 2,000 women receiving a mammography reading throughout 10 years, only 1 will have her life prolonged. In addition, 10 healthy women will be overdiagnosed and will receive unnecessary treatment . With annual mammograms recommended for women over the age of...