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November 2003 Archives



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Disease Information Center



Our website has extensive information on a number of diseases, including: Allergies Alzheimer's Arthritis Autism Chronic fatigue Diagetes Fibromyalgia Hepatitis C High blood pressure Osteoporosis Overweight Polycystic ovary syndrome Poor memory or concentration Rheumatoid arthritis. Learn more about these disorders by going to our Natural Solutions for any Health Problem web page....

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Vitamin D Guidelines May Be Too Low for Women



Recommendations for daily vitamin D intake may be too low to prevent deficiencies in some women, according to a recent study. The study found that during the winter, many women in Canada had insufficient blood levels of vitamin D despite consuming in their milk or dietary supplements more than 200 international units (IU) daily, the recommended intake for adults younger than 50 years of age. Vitamin D, which helps the body to absorb calcium,...

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Vitamin D May Cut Women's Heart Disease Death Risk



Women who take vitamin D supplements lower their risk of death from heart disease by one-third, a team of researchers from the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) told attendees of an American Heart Association meeting last year. Low levels of vitamin D in the blood have previously been correlated with higher risk of heart disease and heart attacks. The researchers set out to determine if taking vitamin D supplements decreases this risk. The...

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Ten Warning Signs for Alzheimer's Disease



Although Alzheimer's disease is "incurable", there are therapies available to slow it down, if the disorder can be identified in its early stages. Here are 10 warning signs to help you to identify Alzheimer's disease in a loved one before the disease noticeably progresses to the advanced stages. Memory loss Difficulty performing familiar task (even familiar ones) Problems with language (i.e. trouble finding the right word, even simple ones) Disorientation to time and place...

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Gingko Biloba Helps Memory Loss



A new UCLA study presented at a Society for Neuroscience conference last week found that gingko biloba improves memory among people suffering from age-related memory impairment. Researchers at the UCLA Neuropsychiatric Institute found significant improvement in verbal recall among a group of people with age-associated memory impairment who took the herb gingko biloba for six months, as compared to a group that received a placebo. Positron-emission tomography revealed that subjects taking gingko biloba had...

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