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  • Forget to Take Your Meds? Now Your Doctor Will Know

    I’m no conspiracy theorist, but…

    The FDA recently approved a pill that actually tracks whether or not a patient takes it. And it makes my skin crawl.!--more--

    Proteus Digital Health has invented a tracking device—the size of a grain of salt—that...

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  • The Tasty Secret to Burning Fat

    Just in time for egg nog season… New research shows cinnamon may burn fat.

    We already know cinnamon is good for you.. It can reduce blood sugar, cholesterol, and triglycerides.1 It outranks 25 other spices in antioxidant power. Plus, there’s st...

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  • Beat Holiday Stress With Adaptogens

    Have you ever gone through a spell like this? The hot water heater breaks. Your entire family comes down with a stomach flu. You forgot to pay your credit card bill—and now you face a hefty late fee.

    It happened to me recently. And at this time...

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  • Diet Secret of the World’s Healthiest Seniors

    If you believe mainstream medical “wisdom,” physical decline and frailty go hand-in-hand with aging. It’s an inevitability of getting older, right? Not exactly…

    In fact, new research may put this myth to bed for good.!--more--

    A study in the UK ...

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  • Heartburn Drugs Linked to Cancer

    Nexium is the fourth most-prescribed drug in the United States.1 And while it may help you with your heartburn, it comes with a serious risk…

    It might cause stomach cancer.!--more--

    A study out of Hong Kong reveals proton pump inhibitors (like...

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  • Safe and Natural Ways to Relieve Irritable Bowel Syndrome

    Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) can put your life on hold. The cramping, bloating, gas, and diarrhea seem to show up at the worst possible times. You may often find yourself cancelling plans so that you can stay home, close to the bathroom. And whe...

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  • New Research Links Magnesium to Dementia Risk

    Most of the time, you’re concerned if you’re not getting enough of a critical nutrient.

    But what if you’re getting too much?!--more--

    Researchers found people who had too little or too much magnesium in their blood were at a 30% greater risk of ...

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  • 3 Candy Alternatives That Boost Your Health

    If you love Halloween candy as much as I do, I hate to rain on your parade… But a new study shows a diet high in sugar can harm your liver—even if you’re otherwise healthy.

    The study followed 25 middle-aged men for three months. Half followed a h...

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  • Skipping Breakfast Is Bad For Your Heart

    We’ve all heard breakfast is the most important meal of the day. But a new study proves there’s more to that adage.

    The research followed more than 4,000 middle-aged people in Spain. Scientists separated them into three groups based on their brea...

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  • Research Confirms: High-Carb Diets Kill

    It surprises me that even with all the research about the benefits of a high-fat diet…many doctors still demonize fat—while ignoring the dangers of carbs.

    Well, this new study should catch their attention.!--more--

    Researchers at Canada’s McMast...

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