August 2007 - Health Sciences Institute - Official Site

Covering the Bases

In addition to prevention, vitamin D may also be an essential element in the treatment of MS – especially when other nutrients are present.

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Hey diddle diddle

According to the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations, nearly five and a half million metric tons of camel milk is consumed every year.

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You've Got To Ac-cen-tu-ate the Positive

According to Brigham and Women's Hospital, vitamin C and other antioxidant vitamins provide no protection from cardiovascular events. But, if you ignore the BWH research team's take on their own study, and instead focus on their results, there's actually some very good news here for women at risk of cardiovascular disease.

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Making a Difference

An HSI member shares his wife's positive experience with the cancer-fighting rainforest botanical, graviola.

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Lowdown & Pick-Me-Up

Dr. Stephen H. Boyle of Duke University Medical Center recently led a study that may have uncovered the biological mechanism that links certain volatile emotional states with an increased risk of heart disease.

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It's a little sad, but not really a shocker.

Does a McDonalds logo make food taste better? Some kids think so, according to a recent study.

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Breaking Through…Again and Again

Both thiamine and garlic may be protecting your heart and kidneys from damage associated with diabetes, types 1 and 2.

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