April 2006 - Page 2 of 6 - Health Sciences Institute - Official Site

Association between high omega-3 intake and lower murder rates

You might be due for a dietary change if you have an overpowering desire to murder someone. According to ongoing research from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and Oxford University, omega-3 fatty acids may help the brain suppress murderous impulses.

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Bio-identical hormone replacement therapy

We’re getting close. But we’re not out of the woods yet. The good news is that all women who took a moment to write the FDA to describe their personal experiences with bio-identical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT) have made a huge

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Why flaxseed is good medicine

In a thread titled “Why Flaxseed is Good Medicine,” an HSI member named Apasionato shares a quote from an unnamed source that offers three reasons in support of that “good medicine” claim:

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Are vitamin supplements effective?

For anyone who wants to believe that vitamins and other dietary supplements are ineffective and even dangerous, this is the article for them. The author cherry picks study results and comments from “experts” to create a perfect rationale for avoiding vitamin supplements.

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Ginkgo biloba helping fight cancer

A Georgetown University Medical Center researcher believes that one of the factors that causes a cancer to spread aggressively into tissue may be the way a person reacts to a cancer diagnosis. how an herbal extract may help prevent certain cancers from becoming dangerously invasive.

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Treating cancer with Intravenous Vitamin C (IVC)

There are two things most people do with their television sets: use them for viewing programs or use them for playing games. Your choice between the two just might make the difference between cognitive health and cognitive decline.

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Declining cognitive function

There are two things most people do with their television sets: use them for viewing programs or use them for playing games. Your choice between the two just might make the difference between cognitive health and cognitive decline.

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