Mammography has been the "gold standard" for detection of breast cancer, and with fears of breast cancer taking the forefront in many women’s minds today, the medical industry continues to push the use of mammography for prevention and early detection of this deadly disease. But we need to take a closer look at this concept.
“They developed breast cancer at less than half the rate of the group with the typical diet,” that was the remarkable finding of a recent study conducted by a research team from Marshall University in West Virginia and published in the journal Nutrition and Cancer.
Are your skin cells crying for help? In this article you'll find practical tips and suggestions that will help you achieve radiant skin by creating health from the inside out.
Mammography seeks to diagnose breast cancer earlier, with the hope that more timely initiation of treatment will lead to better outcomes. All this makes sense, but there are facts about mammography which do not make it the ‘no-brainer’ many doctors and researchers would have us believe it to be.
Let’s face it there’s never been a shortage of Old Wives’ Tales and outrageous remedies for any number of ailments. But are there really natural remedies for common complaints that actually work?
The so-called “change of life” carries serious health challenges for women. Changing hormone levels can lead to everything from hot flashes to emotional swings. Many women also experience a loss of bone density, leaving them stooped and frail.
Are you suffering from seemingly unrelated health problems and your doctor isn't able to explain what may be causing them?
Dr. Alexander Schauss discusses the amino acid L-Arginine… commonly referred to as “the miracle molecule”… and its many roles in the body from an aid in sexual functioning for both men and women to its being a key player in cognitive function and memory.
“Kegel” exercises are a super-simple, yet highly effective, way to strengthen the floor of your pelvis. They can help ward off or relieve incontinence issues, plus they can have a bonus side effect in the bedroom...making lovemaking more pleasurable for you and your partner.
Would you give your newborn a drug that hasn't been studied in infants?
Of course you wouldn't -- and you certainly wouldn't expose a fetus to that kind of risk, either.