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What Is Osteoporosis?

What Is Osteoporosis?

It’s a question that should concern all women: “What is osteoporosis?” Yet it also should concern men, who may not be aware they also could be at risk for the disease.
What Is Osteoporosis? It Starts With an Imbalance
You may not realize that your bones—like all your body tissues—are metabolically active,

Is Lack of Magnesium Robbing You of Brainpower?

Magnesium is essential to brain health, yet as we grow older our ability to absorb the mineral wanes, making us more vulnerable to cognitive decline. In many individuals, this reduced absorption is exacerbated by insufficient intake of dietary sources of the mineral, such as green leafy vegetables, whole grains, nuts,

C-Diff Symptoms and Treatments

C-diff symptoms can be severe, even life-threatening. Individuals who have had a hospital stay or taken an antibiotic treatment course (or both) are at the highest risk of infection. But adding a few natural remedies for C-diff make the conventional treatments more effective.

Are You Deficient in Vitamin D? Get Tested to Find Out

The Recommended Dietary Allowance (RDA) for vitamin D, the “sunshine” vitamin, has always been cloudy. Currently, the RDA is 800 IU (international units) per day for adults age 70 and older and 600 IU for anyone younger.

Many women have trouble getting the current RDA amounts. “An estimated 40 to 75

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