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Supplements/Vitamins/Botanicals: November 2011 Archives

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Vitamins Decrease Lung Cancer Risk by 50%

  by Robert G. Smith, PhD   (OMNS, Nov 18, 2011) A recent study [1] of the effect of B vitamins on a large group of participants reported an inverse relationship between blood serum levels of vitamin B6, methionine, and folate and the risk of lung cancer. High serum levels of vitamin B6, methionine and folate were associated with a 50% or greater reduction in lung cancer risk. This exciting finding has not been...

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Low Vitamin D Common in Spine Surgery Patients; Deficiency May Hinder Recovery

ScienceDaily (Nov. 3, 2011) -- A new study indicates that many patients undergoing spine surgery have low levels of vitamin D, which may delay their recovery. In a study of 313 patients undergoing spinal fusion surgery, orthopaedic surgeons at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis found that more than half had inadequate levels of vitamin D, including one-fourth who were more severely deficient. The researchers report their findings at the 26th Annual...

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Treating Depression

From the CAM/ ReportCAM options for treating depression About 20 million Americans suffer from clinical depression. Low levels of serotonin, a neurotransmitter, are thought to contribute to depression. Depression is also associated with diseases like diabetes, heart disease, chronic pain, hormonal imbalance, hypoglycemia, stress, impaired thyroid function, environmental toxins, and unhealthy lifestyles. There are eight criteria for depression according to the DSM. Five of them, if they persist for two weeks or longer, strongly suggest...

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