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Is Arsenic in Wine a Cause for Concern?

One of the oldest poisons known to humans is increasingly being found in high levels in wine. A new study of wines produced in the United States is the latest to show elevated levels of arsenic. This toxic heavy metal is linked to health risks even at low exposures. And … Read More

Is Alzheimer’s Hereditary?

There are two types of Alzheimer's disease—early-onset and late-onset. Both types have a genetic component. So is Alzheimer's hereditary? First, keep in mind that this is a very complex disease. Though your risk is higher if you have a family history of the disease, it does not mean you definitely … Read More

What Is PCOS? Defining Polycistic Ovary Syndrome

It’s an obvious question to women who may be experiencing symptoms: “What is PCOS?” The short answer: polycystic ovary syndrome, a complex hormonal disorder. Because PCOS symptoms can overlap with other diseases, a woman who’s experiencing them should seek medical advice from a gynecologist. A leading cause of infertility, PCOS … Read More

High Blood Pressure in Children a Growing Concern

When you hear the words, high blood pressure, you probably think it’s a problem that only affects adults. While this was the case just a generation earlier, sadly, this is no longer true. Today, high blood pressure in children is a growing concern. But what’s worse, they are also being hospitalized for it. … Read More

High Blood Pressure in Children a Growing Concern

When you hear the words, high blood pressure, you probably think it’s a problem that only affects adults. While this was the case just a generation earlier, sadly, this is no longer true. Today, high blood pressure in children is a growing concern. But what’s worse, they are also being hospitalized for it. … Read More

Low Vitamin D and Weight Gain

You’ve already heard about how the superstar nutrient vitamin D can help strengthen your bones as well as protect you from a host of cancers, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, depression and even more. Now you can add effective weight management to the growing list. Researchers found that women with low levels … Read More

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