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chronic diseases

Change Your Lifestyle To Avoid Chronic Diseases

February 12, 2012

According to Dr Dean Ornish, lifestyle changes can be a form of treatment that can reverse – not just help prevent – many of the most common and costly chronic diseases, including heart disease, prostate cancer and Type 2 diabetes.

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Beginning of The End For Big Pharma

March 9, 2011

At the end of November, Pfizer stands to lose a $10-billion-a-year revenue stream when the patent on its cholesterol lowering drug Lipitor expires and cheaper generics begin to cut into the company’s huge sales. If people only knew they were being brain washed about taking this and other drugs related to chronic diseases.

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Health Care Reform For Chronic Diseases

November 3, 2009

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), chronic diseases are responsible for 7 out of every 10 deaths in the United States — taking the lives of more than 1.7 million Americans every year. Chronic diseases are also the primary driver of health care costs, accounting for more than 75% of the more than $2 trillion dollars spent each year on health care in the United States. Here are 6 steps needed to reform the medical care system.

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Mercury Tooth Fillings Are Poisonous

October 24, 2009

Mercury dental fillings contribute 2 to 3 times as much mercury to the human body compared to all dietary and environmental sources together. Review the latest battles with the FDA.

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Unhealthy Eating Costing Good Health

September 30, 2009

A program called ‘Healthy People 2010’ has a goal to get at least 75% of Americans to eat the recommended two or more daily servings of fruit and to get at least 50 percent of Americans to consume three or more daily servings of vegetables.

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Zinc and Copper Imbalances

September 18, 2009

Other vitamins and nutrients may get more headlines, but the experts will tell you that as many as two billion people worldwide have diets deficient in zinc and/or copper.

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