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Effect of broccoli, soy on cancer cells explained Eating foods like broccoli and soy has been linked to lower cancer rates, and California researchers said on Sunday that they may have discovered the biological mechanism behind the Using cells in a ...
Apr 16 2007 3:29pm
Watch the soy intake if you have had or are at high risk for breast cancer though.  Soy wo ... more
Jan 23 2009 6:29pm
Cell Phone Warning It seems that no matter where you go, there's someone on their cell phone: in the car, the gym, the Laundromat; I've even heard of people answering their phone during sex! I can't think of any call th ...
Jul 08 2007 5:00pm
My story with MS an a bone marrow stem cells transplant On the road to a bone marrow stem cell transplant in 2006     I was Dx in 2000 at age 28 when I lost my eyesite in my left eye of course. Gained my eyesite back with steroids. ...
Mar 23 2009 2:59am
Well thank you for such kind words!  I know I was on the same floor that I did my transp ... more
Sep 08 2009 9:32am
Cell Salts On a hot day when I have been active outdoors, I take a little bit of cell salts. My daughter loves 'em because she can be completely depleted of these bio salts and just shine moments after intakin ...
Aug 28 2007 8:56am
I am a naturopathic physician and use Cell Salts all the time successfully on numer ... more
Feb 26 2009 3:59pm
The Gym Culture and Laziness Gyms can be great places to go. They can also be extremely artificial. Sometimes I wonder if all the hundreds of different machines are really only useful for a competitive bodybuilder. I also wonder ...
Apr 02 2007 10:19am
Cultural and Diversity Issues in Counselling a There are two fields that come to my mind where this pastoral element of caring for others is involved - that of a pastor of a congregation involved in all aspects (Christian Counseling) that some ...
Oct 08 2012 3:50am
Liposuction--Still Not the Best Way to Lose Weight In our quick-fix culture, it's not a huge surprise that the popularity of liposuction is rapidly on the rise. Over 323,600 patients underwent the surgery in 2005, according to the American Academy o ...
Jul 30 2007 3:28pm
Stanford Beats Cal in the Rivals for Life Blood Drive! STANFORD, Calif. ­ On Nov. 18, the Stanford Blood Center collected a record 234 units of blood­the most ever collected by the center at a single blood drive­during the annual “Rivals for Life” blood d ...
Nov 21 2008 10:30am
"Bell's Palsy of the Gut" and Other GI Manifestations of Lyme and Associated Diseases PRACTICAL GASTROENTEROLOGY April 2006 by Virginia T. Sherr, MD Bell's palsy signifies paralysis of facial muscles related to inflammation of the associated seventh Cr ...
Jul 08 2008 6:40pm
Caffeine + Exercise = Reduced Risk of Skin Cancer According to a new study, exercise and a regular coffee habit might be enough to ward off skin cancer. Researchers from the Laboratory for Cancer Research at the School of Pharmacy at Rutgers Univer ...
Aug 02 2007 12:00pm