April 2010 - Page 2 of 6 - Health Sciences Institute - Official Site

The air pollution in your home may be hurting your lungs

If you live in Los Angeles, Detroit, Cairo, or Delhi, air pollution is an unavoidable factor in your overall health picture.

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For colon cancer screening, going old school reduces cancer risk

Computed tomography (CT scanning) delivers 400 times the radiation exposure of a chest x-ray.

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Next year, skip the vaccine and take this supplement to avoid the flu

A study finds that vitamin D3 supplementation may reduce seasonal flu cases.

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A year in the life of a Happy Meal

Put a McDonald’s Happy Meal on a shelf. Come back one year later. It’s going to be disturbing, right?

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Fighting pollen with powder and winning

Nasaleze is an organic powered plant extract that’s sniffed into the nostrils where it creates a mucus-like gel that protects the nasal passages from pollen, dust, and mold spores.

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A secret to longevity is right under your nose

Smile and you’ll live longer.

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Meet the new cancer-fighting vitamin (no...it's not D, or C, or E, or B)

As reported in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, a study showed that a high dietary intake of K2 was significantly linked with reduced risk of cancer– particularly prostate and lung cancers.

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