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Butter or Byproducts?

By Kim Roberto For the past few decades, the public has been warned to avoid butter and instead use margarine. Most arguments center around saturated fat, cholesterol and their negative effects on the heart. Butter however, has been around for hundreds of years, long before the rise in heart disease. Have we given butter a bad […]

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The Dark Side of Breast Cancer Awareness Month – Part II

Are X-Ray Mammography Screenings Finding Cancers That Are Not There? By Sayer Ji of Greenmedinfo Early detection through x-ray mammography has been the clarion call of Breast Cancer Awareness campaigns for a quarter of a century now. However, very little progress has been made in making the public aware about the crucial differences between non-malignant lesions/tumors and […]

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Spinal Adjustments Appear To Influence Interleukin-2 -regulated Biological Responses

Interleukin 2-regulated, vitro antibody production following a single spinal adjustment treatment in normal subjects.  Interleukin is a vital chemical in the body responsible for strength of immunity. BACKGROUND: Our recent investigations have demonstrated that cell cultures from subjects, who received a single spinal manipulative treatment in the upper thoracic spine, show increased capacity for the production […]

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Immune System

by Dr. B.J. Hardick The immune system is the body’s defense system designed to fight off bacterial infections, viral infections, the flu, cancer or anything else that may try to harm you. Most of the time, the body’s immune system wins, but unfortunately that’s not always the case. Medical interventions, particularly antibiotics, originally designed to save […]

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Spinal Cord Injury Leads To Poor Immunity

Natural Killer (NK) cells develop inside of your bone marrow.  NK cells are a major part of your immune system.  Like it sounds – they’re your body’s internal army and stationed there to “kill” anything that puts your body at risk of infection and illness. Recent studies have shown that there is a significant reduction […]

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The Looming Obesity Crisis

By Dr. Christie Ducote The Lancet, a prestigious British medical journal, published a shocking report this week concluding that over half of Americans will be clinically obese by the year 2030.  The Center of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) defines obesity as a person having a BMI, or body mass index, of 30 or higher.  A […]

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The Truth About High Blood Pressure

by Dr. B.J. Hardick One in four American adults suffers from high blood pressure and nearly one third don’t even know they have it. High blood pressure is a leading contributor to Heart Disease which will unfortunately cause the death of 50% of Americans. DID YOU KNOW –  that over 5 million U.S. children take […]

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Saving Your Brain From Age

By Dr. Shannon Pearce Exercise is not only good for your waistline but it is also good for your brain.  The University of Colorado Boulder recently discovered that even a minimal amount of exercise can help to protect against brain damage and memory loss .  Microglial cells are the immune defense cells of the brain, these […]

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