Make Smoothies That Satisfy Hunger
Make Smoothies That Satisfy Hunger

Are You A Smoothie Criminal?

Educational Several factors determine whether your smoothies are satisfying and healthy. Cut through the misinformation and learn what science reveals.
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Chronic Pain Complicated By Gastritis
Chronic Pain Complicated By Gastritis

Chronic Pain Complicated By Gastritis

Patient-Friendly To rule out severe gastritis complications, it is best to consult a physician when home remedies are ineffective.
How to Shed Massive Weight
How to Shed Massive Weight

Where Lost Weight Goes

Educational Science does not support the notion of remark­able weight loss by typical waste elimina­tion. Compare current methods to treat morbid obesity.
One Portion Size For All?
One Portion Size For All?

Should Everyone Eat Same Portion Size?

Educational Differences in meal frequency, food type, plate clearing or compensation at subsequent meals, may explain increasing obesity.
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Vitamin D Deficiency and Sources
Vitamin D Deficiency and Sources

Do You Have Enough Vitamin D?

Patient-Friendly What seems like a simple question baffles a billion people with low vitamin D and doctors who treat them.
Why Fish Oil is Dangerous
Why Fish Oil is Dangerous

Why Fish Oil is Dangerous

Nutritional Food Many fish oil products are rancid before consumers get them home. Weigh risks and benefits of fish oil supplements.
Why Diets Don’t Work
Why Diets Don’t Work

Why Diets Don’t Work

Patient-Friendly One problem with fad diets is the imbalance of nutrition. I’m losing more than a pound per week without dieting. Find out how.
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How Do You Ignore Pancreatic Cancer Symptoms?
How Do You Ignore Pancreatic Cancer Symptoms?

Why Pancreatic Cancer Symptoms Are Easy To Miss

Patient-Friendly Pancreatic adenocarcinoma cancer has a one-year relative survival rate of 20 percent. Pancreatic neuro­endo­crine five-year survival rate is about 60 percent.
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Sick of No Lunula
Sick of No Lunula

Sick of No Lunula

Educational When a doctor looks at your hands, he may see more than what you care to admit. That seemingly insignificant white crescent shape on your fingernails has an important function....
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You Might Not Worry About Colorectal Polyps
You Might Not Worry About Colorectal Polyps

You Might Not Worry About Colorectal Polyps

Patient-Friendly Ninety percent of colorectal polyps occur after age 50. Nearly all colon cancers develop from polyps, but polyps grow slowly. Some are more prone to be cancerous than others.

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