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Can your cellphone be causing you to develop cancer of the brain?

Blog entry posted by The Health Buzz 6 days ago

There has been a lot of controversy as to the safety of cellular phones and the amount of radiofrequency radiation emitted from them. Nevertheless, the use of cellphones continue to rise.

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Can Resveratrol help blood glucose levels?

Blog entry posted by The Health Buzz 2 weeks ago

Resveratrol, is a polyphenol with anti-oxidant properties, and is mostly found in the skin of red grapes. It has many reported health benefits such as; preventing and promoting cell death (apoptosis) of cancer cells, reducing inflammation which helps combat heart disease, preventing biuldup of plaque associated with Alzheimer's disease, and preventing insulin resistance.

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Did you know that smoking one pack of cigarettes per day raises your risk for Prostate Cancer?

Blog entry posted by The Health Buzz 3 weeks ago

We all know that nicotine is very addictive and some people cannot quite quit the smoking habit. If you, or a loved one is looking for another reason to quit smoking, you may want to consider the results of this recent study. The study shows that there exists a link between the severity of prostate cancer and smoking.

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Did you know that even a little exercise may protect you from Colon polyps?

Blog entry posted by The Health Buzz 4 weeks ago

A  polyp is a growth found in a mucuous membrane that may become cancerous. The commom way to screen for colon cancer is to look for polyps in the colon using several testing techniques. The American Cancer Society posts on its website the 5 myths that are connected to Colon cancer which must be diffused. They are as follows;

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Did you know that type II Diabetes is related to low vitamin D levels?

Blog entry posted by The Health Buzz 5 weeks ago

A new study shows that a lack of Vitamin D (the sunshine vitamin) is linked to a higher incidence of type 2 Diabetes as well. Earlier studies support that vitamin D is important for nornmal bone mineral density, healthy arteries, immune health, cardiovascular health, elasticity of blood vessels, prevent cancer and maintain normal blood pressure. Ask your physician to check your vitamin D levels.

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NY Daily News: Central Harlem has highest death rate in NYC, 2 years in a row

Article posted by Publisher 13 weeks ago

 

"For the second year in a row, central harlem had the highest death rate of any community in the city, according to a newly released Health Department report."
 
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Life After Chemotherapy

Blog entry posted by nbruning 20 weeks ago

In an internet radio interview today, my host included a conversation between me and a woman who had also had chemotherapy, over 20 years ago.