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A New Vitamin D Deficiency Test That Can be Done at Home

Monday, April 14, 2008
By Virginia Hopkins (see all articles by this author) (NaturalNews) Thanks to sun avoidance and indoor lifestyles, Americans are vitamin D deficient. One of the worst things Americans have done to their health is avoid sun exposure. Most of us work inside then sit in our cars, and when we’re outside we slather ourselves with sun block and wear wide-brim hats and long sleeves.… continue reading

The Vitamin D Connection

Wednesday, April 9, 2008
– – An adequate amount of Vitamin D is known to improve bone density, but the impact goes much further than bone strength; Vitamin D deficiency can impact nearly all of the body’s functions. This topic will be investigated at the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists (AACE) 17th Annual Meeting & Clinical Congress, on Thursday, May 15, 2008, at the Walt Disney World Dolphin Resort in Orlando.… continue reading

Shiny lip balms, glosses linked to skin cancer risk

Wednesday, April 9, 2008
By admin – Email This Post Washington – Cant get enough of the daily dose of sunscreen, shiny lip balm, and gloss to protect your skin and add that dash of shine to your face? Well, then heres a new flash for you these so-called beauty enhancing products can actually increase your chances of developing a skin cancer.… continue reading

Scientists Fear Many Are Underexposed to Vitamin D

Tuesday, April 8, 2008
Dr. Robert Heaney, professor of internal medicine at St. Louis University School of Medicine, says 40 percent of his patients get too little vitamin D. He fears the condition could result in health problems as people age. That corresponds with the 40 percent of Americans and more than 500 million worldwide who get too little vitamin D to stay healthy, according to the World Health Organization.… continue reading

The facts on cancer

Monday, April 7, 2008
Cancer is not a new word; in fact it is a word that people hear very often. At least one in four Canadians develop cancer during their lifetime. The most common cancers include lung cancer, breast cancer, prostate and skin cancer.… continue reading

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