Monthly Archives: March 2017
Having worked in publishing, reporting from the cutting edge of the clinical science industry, I know as well as anyone that there is a time delay between cancer research discoveries, and their dissemination and communication to clinicians. Then there is a further delay while rigorous testing and double-blind placebo studies are carried out and repeated. Finally, sometimes years later, the information makes it to the people who need it the most – the patients.
But what if there was information out there, right now, that could help people who are suffering from cancer?
NUTRACEUTICALS – FOOD AS MEDICINE… Read the rest
Via washingtonpost – Linda Searing
THE QUESTION Hair loss in men shares some risk factors with prostate cancer. Both are more common with aging and when there’s a family history of the condition. Also, a hormone that’s a derivative of testosterone plays a role in both. Might there be a further connection between baldness and prostate cancer?
THIS STUDY analyzed data on 39,070 men, most in their 70s, who had no history of cancer (except perhaps non-melanoma skin cancer) at the start of the study. Read full article
Hair Loss Natural Solution
TEHRAN (FNA)- Researchers have identified the immune cells responsible for destroying hair follicles in people with alopecia areata, a common autoimmune disease that causes hair loss, and have tested an FDA-approved drug that eliminated these immune cells and restored hair growth in a small number of patients.
Researchers at Columbia University Medical Center (CUMC) have identified the immune cells responsible for destroying hair follicles in people with alopecia areata, a common autoimmune disease that causes hair loss, and have tested an FDA-approved drug that eliminated these immune cells and restored hair growth in a small number of patients.… Read the rest
From fat to fit: Extraordinary transformation of woman who battled obesity and bulimia – then beat both by becoming a bodybuilder
- Hannah Hindmarsh, 26, reached 15st 7lb by gorging on fast food in 2008
- Her eating disorder escalated and she was rushed to hospital
- Now regular workouts are a key part of her recovery
Via dailymail.co.uk- LUISA METCALFE FOR MAILONLINE
A woman who battled an eating disorder reveals how she won her battle to get slim ‘the healthy way.’
Hannah Hindmarsh, 26, from Bishops Waltham, Southampton, shed six and a half stone and developed bulimia following the breakdown of her relationship.
But she finally began to eat healthily again after her dangerously restrictive diet caused her to collapse with an anxiety … Read the rest
Forget what you’ve read till date about carbohydrates, you can eat them and still manage to skinny down. Here’s how
Whole wheat bread
You don’t have to bid adieu to sandwiches anymore. Whole wheat bread is high in complex carbohydrates, low in saturated fat, is a source of protein, and also a storehouse of nutrients and fibre, which helps you lose as well as maintain your weight.
SAVE THE EARTH PLANET!
Barley helps fight hunger by raising your blood sugar level slowly. It is extremely low in calories and acts … Read the rest
Via Health magazine
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by Holly Dawsey
From Health magazine
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“Whether you’re looking for skyscraper volume or … Read the rest
Via sciencedaily.com- University of Birmingham
Researchers from the University of Birmingham have shown that drinking 500ml of water at half an hour before eating main meals may help obese adults to lose weight. They believe that the simple intervention could be hugely beneficial, and be easily promoted by healthcare professionals and through public health campaigns.
Obese adult participants were recruited from general practices and monitored over a 12 week period.
Each of the participants, all adults with obesity, were given a weight management consultation, where they were advised on how to adapt their lifestyle and improve their diet and levels … Read the rest
About one in seven men has a combination of genes—one new and one first discovered in 2001—that increases his risk of male pattern baldness sevenfold, compared to men without the combination.
It’s a scientific finding that won’t grow hair on your head. But it could lead to better testing for a susceptibility to male pattern baldness, a problem that vexes about 40 million men in the United States.
Two independent research teams made the discovery, and both teams published the information Sunday in the journal Nature Genetics. Read the full story…
Hair Loss Natural Solution.. SHOW ME… Read the rest
By PC. Luis Quiroz Ravines
In these times are very popular on the Internet the famous “reviews” or criticism or comments about certain subject or product. It is a form of marketing that is indirectly promoting the sale of a product through a comment about the product and get a commission or payment if a sale is achieved. There is an economic interest in these comments, but there are also reviews only for information purposes. For people who suffer from hair loss and have interest in Nioxin, these reviews are important.
Source University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston
Researchers from The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston have discovered, for the first time in humans, that the widely reviled energy storing white fat can be turned into an energy burning brown fat that uses up excess calories. These findings will be published in the August 4th edition of Cell Metabolism.
Given today’s global obesity and metabolic syndrome epidemic, the ability to burn calories without altering physical activity levels would be of great therapeutic value. Increasing energy expenditure by the browning of white fat holds much promise … Read the rest