September 2006 - Page 3 of 6 - Health Sciences Institute - Official Site

Pycnogenol - Natural Treatment for Diabetes?

The wonder drug of the 21st Century might not be a drug. In May 2002, William Campbell Douglass, II, M.D., told Daily Dose readers that Pycnogenol might compete with aspirin as the wonder drug of the 21st Century.

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CoQ10 and Heart Failure

CoQ10 research has shown that this super-antioxidant fuels cellular energy production and repairs free-radical damage to the heart muscle. But can CoQ10 be effective when the heart is in dire trouble?

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Out To Get You

Are tomatoes evil? They are according to tomatoesareevil.com; a web site dedicated to anyone who has a powerful fear of tomatoes. If you have arthritis, you just might think tomatoes are out to get you.

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Antioxidants and Rheumatoid Arthritis

In the e-Alert “Behavior Mod Squad” (10/2/03), I told you about a University of Manchester (UM) study that analyzed the association between RA and dietary vitamin C intake among 25,000 subjects over an eight-year period.

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Do You Brux Your Teeth?

That’s not a typo. “Brux” is a verb that means “grinding of teeth.” And if you brux habitually – or if you brux in your sleep – you have a condition known as bruxism, which may damage teeth while often prompting headaches and even jaw disorders.

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Soy - Too Good to be True?

What you don’t know CAN hurt you. And what most people don’t know about soy is that if it’s not properly processed, it’s a far cry from the “health food” item that many food manufacturers would have you believe.

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Nicotine Levels in Cigarettes

Are you trying to quit smoking? Or do you have a friend or family member who’s trying to quit? If so, I’ve got some good news and some bad news.

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