May 2003 - Page 2 of 6 - Health Sciences Institute - Official Site

Model T

If I reported to you on every article and study I come across that concerns one of the many health benefits of drinking tea, we could change the name of the e-Alert to the tea-Alert.

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Dealing with high pulse pressure

What you're talking about is called 'pulse pressure', or the differential between the high reading and the low one. Nothing guarantees that you'll have (or not have) a heart attack. Many heart attacks occur with low serum levels of cholesterol, for example, so don't head into ulcer state yet!

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Never too late

In response to yesterday's e-Alert about maintaining our cells' mitochondria powerhouses through regular exercise ("The Mighty Mite" 5/1/903), a colleague sent me information about a study that serves as an excellent follow up.

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Revealing the matrix

If your doctor has suggested that you get a pneumonia vaccination – especially if you’re in that group known as “seniors” – then I have important information you need to know before you make your decision.

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The mighty mite

“On a cellular level I’m really quite busy.” It’s funny, of course, because it’s true – even the most sedentary and lethargic person is teeming with activity on a cellular level.

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Which water is best for your health?

Water should be simple. Two hydrogen atoms, one oxygen – and that's it, you've got everything you need for one of the most basic elements on earth. But basic isn't always simple, and water is much more complex than H2O.

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Lowering the high bar

May is National High Blood Pressure Education Month, but it seems that the people who need the education most are the ones who are doing the “educating.”

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