March 2011 - Page 3 of 7 - Health Sciences Institute - Official Site

Once and for all, let's put to rest this ridiculous urban legend about cancer

Can you imagine anything more disheartening than to have cancer and be told that you brought it upon yourself due to your own personality traits?

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Protect your body from damage caused by high blood sugar

Benfotiamine is a form of vitamin B1, also known as thiamine–an important nutrient in maintaining kidney and heart function.

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This powerful antioxidant is your personal anti-aging "beauty guard"

You know as well as I do that those signs of aging sneak up on us. One day you look in the mirror and wonder when you got “this old.” There are wrinkles where you didn’t see any before. The skin under your eyes gets a little darker and feels (and looks) a little looser. For a minute, you don’t even recognize yourself.

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This vitamin makes your brain feel good, so go ahead--indulge

A new review of vitamin D research reveals two reasons why the vitamin is so important to brain health.

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CODE RED: Lupus patients BEWARE! New drug could be a death sentence

The FDA just approved a drug for lupus patients despite the fact that it could be deadly.

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You're not getting nearly enough vitamin D - find out how much you REALLY need

Years before the mainstream finally woke up and caught on about the importance of vitamin D, Dr. Wright was recommending very large doses of daily D supplements.

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WHEN you take your vitamin D may be just as important as how much you take

A new review of vitamin D research reveals two reasons why the vitamin is so important to brain health.

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