Hair and Nail Signs of Health
Apr06

Hair and Nail Signs of Health

What your body is telling you: Hair and nail signs to watch out for in your daily wellness routine. Nails Your nail bed appearance includes from your cuticles to the tips of your nails.  White spots on the nail typically indicate a nutritional deficiency.  This can be trace minerals, low calcium intake.  The condition known as “leukonychia” is a hotly debated topic.  Some say white spots are simply signs of damage to the matrix or...

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Codfish: The New Restorative
Jan10

Codfish: The New Restorative

Utilizing codfish harvested from the North Atlantic Ocean in a groundbreaking manner, innovative company Kerecis is an emerging leader in the global medical industry. “One gram of this is worth more than a gram of gold,” says Guðmundur Fertram Sigurjónsson, co-founder and CEO of Kerecis. Between his fingers he is holding a small, tough and colorless strip of fish skin. “A completely sustainable material, this is a byproduct of the...

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The Big “C”
Aug18

The Big “C”

Cancer is a leading cause of death in the United States.  Mingyang Song, M.D., Sc.D., of Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School and the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Boston, and Edward Giovannucci, M.D., Sc.D., of the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and Harvard Medical School, Boston, analyzed data from two study groups of white individuals to examine the associations between a “healthy...

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The Promise of Genomics
Dec26

The Promise of Genomics

DNA collection kits and screening services will not only change how we prevent health decline but also how we prescribe and program preventative care.  One company, Pathway Genomics, one of the company’s to watch within the Fortune 500 list is taking this positive growth a step further in its One-for-One program.  For every breast cancer test purchased, the company will donate a test to a woman in need.  Read full...

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Creating Joy!
Apr21

Creating Joy!

Rise with the sun.  Getting around 8 hours of sleep creates optimal mental, emotional and physical health. Even more important says the American Academy of Sleep Medicine suggests that you get out in daylight as much as possible to increase your body’s levels of vitamin D.  Early morning exercise in the outdoors increases the body’s production of autoimmune fighting resistance including infectious diseases and many types of cancer....

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