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Zinc

Tis the season of the summer cold and one nutrient to keep in mind, whether you are trying to prevent or trying to decrease the time of a cold is zinc. Zinc is stored in muscle, spleen, bone marrow and liver. Both the red blood cells and the white blood cells also have high concentrations […]

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Autism

As many as 1.5 million American children and adults are believed to have some form of Autism, the developmental disability that results from a neurological disorder affecting social interaction and communication skill. According to the CDC, Autism affects 1 in 250 births and that number is climbing everyday. Autism usually appears during the first three […]

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Women’s Health: Menopause

There are many stages in a woman’s hormonal life, all leading up to menopause and although it is thought of as a deficiency disease by some, menopause is a normal transition in every woman’s life. This natural life cycle may mark the end of childbearing years, but it marks the beginning of self-discovery. During this […]

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Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Fibromyalgia

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) is a severe and sometimes debilitating syndrome with many symptoms, including recurrent fatigue, sore throats, low-grade fever, lymph node swelling, headache, muscle and joint pain, intestinal discomfort, emotional distress, and loss of concentration. When the syndrome was first being discussed, many infectious agents were thought to be at hand. One in […]

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