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6. Protein

The Nuts and Bolts of Protein
Protein is an integral part of the human body. Not only is it essential for forming muscles, bones, skin, and hair, but it also is a component of every cell in your body. It may help to think of protein as a structure made up

EN’s Guide to Artificial Sweeteners

The label says, “no sugar added,” “sugar-free,” or “diet.” So what makes the food or drink inside the package so sweet? Chances are it’s an artificial sweetener, a chemically processed sugar substitute. Also known as non-nutritive, non-caloric or high-intensity sweeteners, these synthetic sweeties are hundreds or even thousands of times

Alcohol: To Drink or Not to Drink

Holiday celebrations, happy hours, cocktail parties. It would be nice to think the alcoholic beverages ev-er-present at social events are good for us. The news media typically makes the most of new studies suggesting a link between a daily glass of wine and a healthier heart or other health benefits.

Should You Be Concerned About Flaxseed?

Despite the evidence which points to flax as being a powerful “superfood”, there does remain controversy over whether or not certain people should avoid them completely. Particularly, women who have a history of…

New Treatment Options for Lung Cancer Can Save, Extend Lives

Lung cancer is the second most common type of cancer and the top cause of cancer-related deaths in the U.S., according to the National Cancer Institute (NCI). However, recent advances in lung cancer treatment and an approval for annual screening of at-risk persons mean that patients with lung cancer have

Don’t Wait for Symptoms of Cervical Cancer to Appear

Don’t Wait for Symptoms of Cervical Cancer to Appear

For women who undergo screening and who are diagnosed early, cervical cancer is highly treatable. Waiting for symptoms of cervical cancer to appear, however, holds the potential for the cancer to progress to an advanced stage and become life threatening. Likewise, vaccinations for men and women to prevent human papillomavirus

Ask the Doctor: Secondhand Smoke; Hypoallergenic Products

Q. My sister has recently come to live with me, and she is a smoker. I’m concerned for my health, but she says the risks of secondhand smoking are exaggerated. Should I be worried?

A. Your concern is well-founded—nonsmokers who are exposed to secondhand smoke are inhaling many of the same

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