March 2013 - Page 2 of 6 - Health Sciences Institute - Official Site

A blood test to diagnose fibromyalgia is a breakthrough. But there's a catch...

A blood test to diagnose fibromyalgia is a breakthrough. But there’s a catch. It’s expensive and health insurance may not cover it. So step one is to find a doctor knowledgeable about fibromyalgia.

Read more...

The one cancer test that could save your life...if only you knew about it

It is a real, highly successful cancer test. Not only can it detect cancer years before clinical symptoms show up, it can even tell you what kind of cancer it is.

Read more...

Revolutionary formula kills cancer cells with precision targeting

Earlier in this Members Alert, you learned about a special protein that could help detect cancer years before we ever thought possible. But that special protein, called ENOX2, doesn’t just give us a way to find cancer…It gives us a direct path to target and kill cancer cells.

Read more...

Lose more than a pound a week just by drinking tea

Please log in with your username and password using the form below. Enter your username and password below Username Password Forgot Your Password? Not yet a Member? Click here to learn more…

Read more...

Complete permanent seasonal allergy relief with no scratch tests, no shots, and no side effects

King Bio came up with the regional approach to seasonal allergies, the only approach that actually makes sense. What’s more, it really works, wherever you live.

Read more...

If this health danger has found its way into your home, you should get rid of it as soon as possible

Mercury and UV rays exposure make CFL light bulbs a potential environmental and public health disaster. LED bulbs are a much better choice. There’s no mercury hazard, and they last just as long.

Read more...

This might qualify as the silliest episode of nanny-state government ever

The New York City ban on large soda cups was struck down by a judge just before it went into effect. This might qualify as the silliest episode of nanny-state government ever.

Read more...