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Night Shift = Cancer Risk

Night Shift = Cancer Risk

A recent study from Canada (Anticancer Research, 2012:32) found that men who worked night shifts had increased incidence rates of cancers of the bladder, colon, lung, pancreas, and prostate, and non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. by Dr William Grant “Sunshine”... read more
Kidney Transplants

Kidney Transplants

Kidney transplantation is now a common procedure. End-stage renal disease is the reason for kidney transplantation. Causes of end-stage renal disease include untreated hypertension, infections, diabetes mellitus, and other rarer conditions. Diabetes accounts for one... read more
Wonderful Sunlight

Wonderful Sunlight

Sunlight Helps Kill Pain In a 2005 study , patients staying on the well-lit side of their hospital unit, thereby receiving about 46 percent greater sunlight exposure, experienced less perceived stress, took 22 percent less analgesic medication hourly, and incurred 21... read more
Vitamin D Deficiency and Overweight

Vitamin D Deficiency and Overweight

A new study published in the Journal of Nutrition indicates that the overweight can benefit from testing their vitamin D levels. Low levels of this vitamin are linked to heart disease, diabetes, and even some kinds of cancer. Researchers in Oslo, Norway measured... read more
Natural D3 Success Story

Natural D3 Success Story

Last week I had a blood test to check my Vitamin D level. I have been taking the Hippocrates Natural VitaminD3 capsules for ninety days, and for the first time the levels rose to a decent level. The doctor was delighted. I told her this must be because I have been... read more
Vitamin D and Immune Function

Vitamin D and Immune Function

A recent study by the University of Tampere in Finland has found that vitamin D helps to prevent respiratory infections. In the study, supplementing with vitamin D resulted in more than half the participants who took it staying healthy throughout the trial, compared... read more
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