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Coffee (High Test) May Reduce Suicide Risk in Men and Women

Date Posted September 22nd, 2013
Coffee (High Test) May Reduce Suicide Risk in Men and Women
More Good News About Coffee According to a recently published study out of the Harvard School of Public Health, people who drink 2-4 cups of joe per day are significantly less likely to kill themselves than those drink no coffee, less than 2 cups per day, and those who drink de-caffeinated coffee. [...]
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Depression and Testosterone

Date Posted September 16th, 2013
Depression and Testosterone
Depression and Low Testosterone Is it Depression or Is it Low Testosterone? You know you’ve lost your edge. Maybe you are just getting old. Or perhaps your wife and your primary care clinician are right: you are depressed. On the other hand, maybe, just maybe, you are one of the 25 million A [...]
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Can Exercise Make Adrenal Fatigue Worse?

Date Posted September 10th, 2013
Can Exercise Make Adrenal Fatigue Worse?
Exercise can be essential for reducing stress and improving adrenal function. The right kind of exercise can balance your cortisol levels and promote healing. Exercise can help: Balance your blood sugar Increase your energy Stimulate your immune system Balance your hormones Improve constip [...]
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The Four Faces of Adrenal Burnout

Date Posted August 27th, 2013
The Four Faces of Adrenal Burnout
Read this great article by Dr. Dave about the four phases of adrenal fatigue and check out the product bundles. [...]
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GABA Boost GABA Supplement NEW LARGER SIZE by IP Formulas

Date Posted August 20th, 2013
GABA Boost NEW LARGER SIZE, MORE ECONOMICAL. GABA BOOST is a fast-acting all-natural nutraceutical product that quickly reduces tension, anxiousness & stress while uplifting mood. Increases GABA levels three different ways! GABA Boost contains Phenyl-GABA which is the only form of the neurotr [...]
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How Fish Oil Can Lower Your Risk Of Hip Fracture

Date Posted August 15th, 2013
How Fish Oil Can Lower Your Risk Of Hip Fracture
Fish Oils Associated With Reduction In Hip Fracture Risk The March, 2013 issue of the Journal of Bone and Mineral Research published the results of a study conducted by researchers at Ohio State University which found a protective effect in postmenopausal women for elevated blood levels of omega-3 [...]
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"What are the best natural agents for treating my depression?"

Date Posted August 13th, 2013
One of the most common questions I hear - “What are the best natural agents for treating my depression?” – was covered recently on a Dr. Oz broadcast. That broadcast inspired me to stress several points and make a few additional comments. During my lectures on diagnosing and treat [...]
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New Article From Dr. Dave: An Epidemic Of Stress. Learn How Stress Affects You And What To Do About It

Date Posted July 29th, 2013
New Article From Dr. Dave: An Epidemic Of Stress. Learn How  Stress Affects You And What To Do About It
Stress, and your capacity to cope with it, is the most important influence on your overall health and pursuit of happiness. What happens when modern stressors – deadlines, computers, law suits, time pressure, white-collar desk jobs, the hustle and bustle of contemporary society, and so on an [...]
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How The Practice Of Functional Medicine Is Different And Why We Need It.

Date Posted July 25th, 2013
How The Practice Of Functional Medicine Is Different And Why We Need It.
For those of you who are new to Functional Medicine, here's a great article from the Institute For Functional Medicine that explains how it's different from more traditional medicine and why we need it as an alternative source of treatment. How is Functional Medicine Different? Function [...]
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Student At Sarasota's New College spends summer working on how cells' biological clocks affect how the body burns fat.

Date Posted July 19th, 2013
Student At Sarasota's New College spends summer working on how cells' biological clocks affect how the body burns fat.
Most college students are hitting the beach, working at summer jobs and hanging out with their friends but Sarasota's WWSB reports that New College student David Bacsik is at Northwestern University's medical school, tinkering with the genes in muscle cells in hopes of decoding one of th [...]
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